There’s nothing like being able to try before you buy.
If you’re spending money to visit a place then what better way to get a feel for it, or to have a taste of whether it will suit your needs, then to get a sneak preview.
That’s exactly why Clarendon Serviced Apartments has launched virtual tours as it allows you to have a look around your serviced apartment before making a booking.
It works by clicking on the Virtual Tour icon next to the apartment you’re browsing on our website. Using the arrow keys it will open a door from your browser directly into the apartment. You can explore what the bedrooms looks like, how big the bathroom is, whether there’s enough space for you to sleep, rest and live during your visit to London. If you have an iPad or a laptop it adds a new dimension before you choose the perfect place to stay. Wherever you’re coming from on your visit, whether the UK, Europe or further afield it makes it easier for you to try before you buy.
Why is a virtual tour important? Well budgets aren’t what they were and we understand that people want to have as much information available to them as possible before they decide where to stay on the business trip or visit to the capital. More people are choosing serviced apartments because they are cheaper and more flexible than hotels. If budgets for work trips have been reduced then a serviced apartment in London offers the chance to have a central location, enough space to relax and prepare your own meals while also having a comfy, stylish and luxurious place to stay.
Price isn’t the only factor when you’re making a decision on where to stay. Location is also a factor and when you look through Clarendon’s list of apartments you can search either by location or on a map to find the one most convenient to you.
The Virtual tour is the icing on the cake. The look and feel is obviously going to be important to you and being able to have a nose around the apartment before you book will make it easier to get what you need. It means there’s no disappointments when you arrive, that you know exactly where you’ll be staying and whether it has all the facilities designed to make life as simple as possible.