FAQ About Corporate Housing
History of Corporate Housing?
Corporate housing was introduced in the mid-1900s when individuals had either a temporary job or extended business trip and were between being uncomfortable in a long hotel stay or committing to buying real estate or a lease longer than needed. Both were not very appealing. The solution was immediately available short-term living spaces with furnishings.
What are the benefits of corporate housing over a hotel?
Each housing unit can offer more space and privacy than a hotel room. Every unit comes with a minimum one-bedroom, one bathroom, kitchen and living area. Additional space for an office or extra bedroom is also available.
What's included in furnished corporate lodging?
Corporate housing that is furnished typically includes a queen sized bed, dresser, night stand and lighting in the bedroom. The living room has a sofa, television, DVD player, and tasteful decor. Kitchens come equipped with microwave, stovetop and oven, coffee maker, toaster oven, cooking utensils and supplies and table settings. The dining room has a table that will comfortably seat four people. Most units offer a washer and dryer as well. The resident will have access to Wi-Fi, cable, and much more.
What other amenities are available?
When a client books their short-term lodging need through Corporate Suites (CS), they will have access to the additional amenities offered at that property. That may include housekeeping services, laundry valet, workout centers, business centers, and outdoor cooking areas. Many units are pet-friendly as well.
When a business executive is in need of short-term living accommodations, they should consult with CS to find the right place to call home.