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in association with WHAT’S THE DELAY?


Corporates reported a number of barriers to growing the use of serviced apartments


Shortage of apartments in required locations Inconsistent quality of apartments


Inconsistent levels of guest services and amenities Lack of recognised brands in the sector Booking process takes too long


Assignees don’t like serviced apartments


SOURCE: GLOBAL SERVICED APARTMENTS INDUSTRY REPORT 2018, THE APARTMENT SERVICE


>3% 3%


>2.5% >2.5% >2.5% >2%


17-29%


serviced apartment savings compared to


traditional hotels reported by corporates


SOURCE: GLOBAL SERVICED


APARTMENTS INDUSTRY REPORT 2018, THE APARTMENT SERVICE


NEW TRENDS KEY:


2016/17 2018/19


SOURCE: GLOBAL SERVICED APARTMENTS INDUSTRY REPORT 2018, THE APARTMENT SERVICE


49% ON THE UP


said they used more serviced apartments


43%


Direct on apartment website


2%


travel agent 13%


Via online


Self-booking tool 29%


19%


A survey of 134 travel buyers shows corporate use of serviced apartments grew in 2018


29% 35% 4% 32%


maintained usage levels


them less used


don’t use serviced


apartments at all


Corporates are booking serviced apartments in different ways


LONGER AWAY


A survey of


1,000 business travellers in the


UK found one-third prefer furnished


apartments for stays of longer than


30 days because:


43% 42% 36% 24%


central city location


quality of properties


cost-efficient it’s more size 21%


proximity to green spaces


SOURCE: HOMELIKE buyingbusinesstravel.com 2019 JULY/AUGUST 31


SOURCE: THE BUSINESS TRAVEL SHOW AND THE ASSOCIATION OF SERVICED APARTMENT PROVIDERS


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