From the business perspective that
inherently develops within any entrepreneur or business person who goes about
their daily exploits, pretty much everything you come into contact with has you
exploring the various enterprising dynamics surrounding it or those which are
directly involved with it. So, if I’m heading into London for some business
that’s only going to require of me to be in town during office hours, exploring
the various day-use hotels on Day
Break Hotels becomes about more than just finding a place to base myself.
My mind cannot help but entertain related
topics such as what kind of people actually book hotel rooms which are
typically occupied from around 9a.m. to 5p.m. This is out of pure interest as
well as in consideration of any peripheral business opportunities that may
arise. There are many other time-allocation options, of course, such as
checking in at 5p.m. and then checking out at midnight.
Entrepreneurs, businesspersons or even some
employees under deployment typically use day-use hotels and I guess I’ve
already explained the main reasoning for this. Additionally though, some
travellers who simply need to get some quality sleep before jumping on their
connecting flight also make up a big percentage of the clientele.
Entrepreneurs and Freelancers
I know of some digital freelancers and
online entrepreneurs, consultants, etc, who draw great value out of working
from a different location every single workday, with day-use hotels making for
a perfect alternative to hiring a formal office space. Digital influencers who
like recording videos particularly delight in being able to do so from all
manner of different hotel venues, including the business facilities some of
these day-use hotels have on offer.
Make of this what you will, but you know it
happens and it only makes sense if you think about it from a practicality point
of view. From lovers who live in multi-generational households to people just
seeking a rendezvous point, daytime lovers contribute significantly to the
day-use hotels market.
people who are in town for a bit of day-time
tourist fun might use day-use hotels to freshen up, catch up on a little
bit of sleep, or just to store some of their luggage so that they can be free
to explore and enjoy the city.