What a Bed and Breakfast Will Always Have That A Hotel Won’t

Woman working in a hotel roomIf you’re booking a trip or planning a short break, finding a place to stay can be hard. It usually comes down to two places: a hotel or a bed and breakfast (also known as a B&B).

Hotels come in many sizes and forms while B&Bs are almost always relatively smaller. Choosing depends on your preferences, but if you’re booking for yourself or with a partner only and you’re looking for your money’s worth in service, memorability, and cost-effectiveness, here’s why a B&B will certainly be your choice:

Better Service

Even the best B&Bs can’t offer you a champagne bubble bath like other high-end hotels, but they can provide an intimate setting without you worrying about the extra costs piling up. Large hotel chains have protocols for nearly everything, but B&B staff are much more personal with their guests.

More Memorable

If you’ve been in a hotel room, it’s quite certain that that room is no different from the one next to it. Your room is part of the experience of the area, whether it’s shopping in London or having a short break in Bath for the weekend, and B&Bs have that character hotels have failed to reproduce.

Cost-Efficient

You wouldn’t touch those hotel fridges stocked with drinks that are double the price or watch films at an extra cost. Amenities like WiFi, parking, drinks, and breakfast itself are just some of the examples of amenities that may cost a lot in hotels but are usually free in B&Bs.

Choosing a hotel or B&B will depend on your preferences, but if you want a place to stay that will get you your money’s worth, choosing a B&B will make your next trip a memorable vacation.