Luxury Extended Stay Hotels

Extended stay hotels are going upscale. Nice.

If you have a longer term consulting engagement, are opening up division in another city, or just want to impress your new hire moving from another city – try a luxury extended-stay hotel.

These new extended-stay hotels are more like luxury condos, not cramped hotel rooms or the stale Residence Inns. They’re nice, and that means you’ll actually feel comfortable putting food in the fridge and cooking from the kitchen.

Make yourself at home at these luxury extended-stay hotels:

AKA Hotels:
AKA Hotels are more like that awesome luxury condo you wished you had.

AKA Hotels are big, much bigger than a standard hotel room. Just because it feels like a condo doesn’t mean the hotel amenities are left out: complimentary wireless internet; local telephone calls; business center services; fitness center and concierge services as an integral part of the AKA hotels. Try the free La Colombe coffee and tea. The concierge at AKA will even arrange in-room wine tastings or cooking classes from great chefs.

AKA has studios, spacious one and two bedroom furnished apartments and luxury penthouse suites with full kitchens. All are move-in ready. The penthouses come with wood-burning outdoor fireplaces, mid-century inspired furniture, and wet bars.

AKA extended stay hotels are in: New York City, Washington, D.C., and  Philadelphia.

Element by Starwood:

Element hotels promotes balance through flowing, multi-purpose public and private spaces. Influenced by nature, the smart, environmentally-friendly design maximizes space and enables you to use each area in multiple ways.  Here’s how Element explains its philosophy:

We believe it’s important for you to achieve a sense of balance – particularly while traveling for extended periods. By stimulating the senses and soothing the spirit, element helps you relax and refresh, so you can get back to your best self.

So if you’re looking for something green and comfortable for your extended stay, try an Element Hotel in Baltimore, Denver, Boston, Las Vegas, Houston.

Have you stayed in a luxury extended stay hotel you liked?  If so, leave a comment and tell us about it.

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