When you’re working out the budget for a family vacation, there are certain items you can’t leave off your list. Food is one of those items, a necessary expense when you are planning an extended stay away from home.If you plan to stay at a place that does not offer room service, you will have to factor in the cost of eating out, a costly exercise that increases in proportion to the number of people involved.
By choosing an extended stay hotel, however, you will cut your food costs, leaving more money for entertainment during your holiday break.
An extended stay lodging makes it possible for you to prepare and cook your own food by providing you with a fully-equipped kitchen. This means you can save on the cost of eating out every day, eat the type of food you like and still enjoy the occasional splurge when you feel like having a meal at a restaurant. A kitchen in an extended stay hotel is equipped with appliances for cooking as well as space in which to eat and enjoy a family meal, all helping to provide you with a vacation you can afford. As an extended stay also results, inevitably, in the need for doing laundry, you will appreciate the fact that an extended stay hotel offers on-site laundry facilities so that you don’t have to go looking for laundries outside the hotel.