At Staying Cool we believe that the benefits of a serviced apartment can outweigh a standard hotel room.
We know we are slightly biased, so we thought we would prove it…
Booking a serviced apartment doesn't only compare well to the price of a hotel room, it offers so much more:
Plenty of space to work, if you need to - each of our apartments has a large table and chairs if you do have to work into the evening. There's even enough space to hold a small meeting with colleagues.
Fast and free Wi-Fi - great for logging on to your emails or catching up on your favourite TV show.
A fully fitted kitchen - we tried to think of everything, so you'll find everything you have at home and more. A great way to save on the expenses budget and enjoy the amazing views.
A washing machine and a dryer - meaning you can take your laundry home clean again or leave it with us and we'll make sure it is back in your apartment for your next arrival.
Same day dry cleaning service - no more expensive hotel laundry bills.
Fresh, locally sourced coffee, milk and oranges as well as a selection of fair trade teas and hot chocolate - we say no to UHT milk capsules! You can pour fresh, chilled milk over your complimentary Dorset cereals.
You're not a guest, you're part of the family, and we want to get to know you! So if you tell us you don't like raisins, we'll make sure your cereal doesn't have them in.
Truly independent stays - you'll only see us if you want to!
Still not convinced? Put us to the test and we think you will love it just as much as we do.
As an extra incentive we'll reduce the cost of your first stay by 10%, just enter the code CONVERTME and the rate will automatically reduce.
"Only one thing could possibly top the stylish design-led interiors at Staying Cool, and that’s the views..." Elle online
"The New York Times recently named our second city as one of the hottest destinations for 2012...Its favourite place to stay? Staying Cool's apartments atop the Rotunda..." The Sunday Times
"Self catering couldn't be more groovy." The Telegraph's Stella magazine