How to Make the Most of Living in an Extended Stay Studio Apartment

If you have decided to travel for an extended period of time, or you are going on a long business trip, you may not want to go for the traditional hotel room for your ‘home away from home’ experience, but rather you wish to look into extended stay studio apartments that have the feel of a hotel room but with additions that can make it feel homey.

There are many reasons why people might choose to look at a Roost Extended Stay In Furnished Apartments rather than a hotel room, so today will go into the why as well as what you can do with your time there to make it a memorable and comfortable one.

Space and privacy

To start with, extended stay apartments often provide more space and privacy than a hotel room. They also tend to be less expensive and can offer more amenities than a hotel.

People are able to make it a type of ‘home’ for themselves without feeling cramped or confined to one room. With the various amenities on offer, they do not feel like they have to wait, which may suit you if you want to deal with it yourself.

Community

Staying in an extended stay studio apartment can provide a sense of community and belonging that is often missing from hotels. People can get to know one another, more on that later, as there are shared facilities that are open for people to interact with each other.

What you can do there

If you are considering an extended stay in a studio apartment, there are a few things you can do to make the most of your experience, so you do not feel couped up or isolated when away from home.

Make it ‘your’ space

First, take advantage of the extra space by giving your room a personal touch. Bring along items that will make your stay more comfortable, such as an airer, or portable heater. You can also use the extra space to store food and other essentials, so you do not have to live out of a suitcase.

Bringing along some family photos or little trinkets from your home can help you create a familiar space that you enjoy being in. This is especially true if you are planning on being away from home for a long time. You can miss the day-to-day, so bringing along items that remind you of home can be incredibly important.

Amenities

Second, take advantage of the amenities that extended stay studio apartments often offer. Many studios come with full kitchens, laundry facilities, and even gyms.

If your studio does not have all of these things, there may be nearby facilities that you can use. Be sure to ask about these things when you are looking for a studio so you can make the most of your stay.

If it is essential that you have these amenities on-site, then find a company that offers that. This may be crucial for people who are away on business as they may not have enough time in the day to go somewhere else to do their laundry and get food, so they need to have it on their doorstep. If this sounds like you, then you have to look for something on-site or within reach.

Be sociable

Finally, try to get to know your fellow extended stayers by being sociable. Studio apartments are often home to people from all over the world, and you can learn a lot from them.

Ask them about their hometowns, their cultures, and their favorite things about living in a studio apartment. You may even make some lasting friendships during your stay.

It can be a fun experience if you let it. It may seem daunting at first but biting the bullet and speaking to people can be a great adventure and you do not know who you will meet.

Conclusion

Living in an extended stay studio apartment can be a great thing to do if you take advantage of all it has to offer. With a little planning, you can make the most of your stay and create lasting memories.

Krissy Georgiadis
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Written by Krissy Georgiadis

Law graduate and wanderlust sufferer. I like rum and beaches.