Friday 17th May 2019
If you are currently planning a trip to Leeds and you need to pick a hotel, don’t just pick any boring hotel. Instead, why not stop in Leeds in style?
A boutique hotel is the perfect place to stay regardless of how long you are going to be stopping in Leeds. After all, who wouldn’t want the luxury, personality and vibe of such a hotel?
In this article, we are pulling together all our reasons as to why you should stop in a boutique hotel for your Leeds visit.
Usually, one of the defining characteristics of a boutique hotel is that it’s small. By small, boutique hotels typically contain less than 100 rooms.
Since a boutique hotel typically has fewer rooms than most hotels, you can enjoy a greater sense of privacy. There won’t be so many people loitering around the place, perhaps making you feel more at home.
We’ve all stopped in uber-busy hotels before. We are sure that everyone would agree, it isn’t the most enjoyable of situations! When you stop in a boutique hotel, you truly enjoy a private, luxury experience.
Have you ever stopped in a hotel that seemed to be simply… devoid of personality? It isn’t irregular to come across hotels lacking in personality. In fact, it is the majority of hotels that are missing the personality that most people would enjoy!
On the other hand, a boutique hotel often creates a unique experience jam-packed with personality. Usually, a boutique hotel is one of a kind; not part of a larger chain. This typically means that they are startlingly unique – in a brilliant way!
If you tend to shy away from the boringness of your average hotel, stop in a boutique hotel for your time in Leeds. You are certain to love it.
Although this cannot be said for every boutique hotel in the UK, most boutique hotel rooms will have larger floor space than your average hotel room.
Larger floor space can often mean you have a separate area for living, such as a small living room with everything from a sofa to a DVD player that you would usually find in a living room.
When you are craving more than a basic hotel room with very little room, a boutique hotel is an ideal option.
While hotel services are appreciated by most guests, it is very impersonal. To hotel staff in most hotels, you are just another guest. However, this typically is not the case in a boutique hotel.
Since there are normally fewer people in a boutique hotel than any other, you will usually enjoy a more personal service. Depending on how long you are staying, you will notice that staff begin to recognise you and remember your name.
Beyond how the staff react towards you, you will often find the services in boutique hotels to feel significantly more luxurious. For example, you will likely enjoy a long list of luxury amenities in a boutique hotel.