Nearly a third of corporate travel buyers increased their use of serviced apartments in 2018, according to a survey by the Business Travel Show.
This is a big leap from the 20 per cent who turned to serviced apartments more often in 2017. In addition, it was the only accommodation category to see an increase in use over the last 12 months, according to the survey of 134 travel buyers.
In the twenty-first century of corporate business, many businesspersons are shifting their focus towards establishing such a housing facility for accommodation, which gives people a sense of tranquility. Keeping in view this perspective, a number of corporate housing schemes are being constructed in the US. Especially in Missouri, where several successful corporate apartments have been jam-packed by tourists and visitors who are willing to get not only basic but high-quality accommodation facilities for a temporary period. In the suburban areas of Missouri as well as within the cities, at least 25 percent of investors have started constructing the corporate apartments in 2016, with furnished rooms and high-class setting, as evident in the case of St. Louis vicinity.
“Traveling for business or pleasure?” is increasingly a question of the past. At least that’s the case with the much-courted millennial travel demographic, who are driving the trend of mixing the two, giving rise to the inevitable (if slightly cringe-y) portmanteau of “bleisure.”