Residential brand Stay has announced the launch of its new corporate subscription programme, marking the first scheme of its kind in the serviced apartment sector.
The new model is designed to accommodate the “new generation of business travellers”, according to the group, and was launched in response to the change in demands of corporate travel needs.
The ‘All You Can STAY’ scheme was formed for companies who want to optimise their employee travel costs, fix rates and secure a flexible term and guaranteed inventory across a minimum 12 month period.
Clients can reportedly benefit from high quality accommodation in Stay Camden’s apartments, which are said to “combine the comfort of a home, the luxuries of a boutique hotel, and the convenience of one’s working and digital needs”.
Stay Camden, located in Hawley Wharf, London, features 169 residences that offer long term travellers a “home-away-from-home”.
The serviced apartments are split between one, two and three beds, each with living rooms and fully-fitted kitchens areas, with spaces designed to “optimise sleep, productivity, and play”.
Following its latest launch, Stay said that business travellers, travel buyers and managers will appreciate the “generous” features and benefits of the corporate subscription service, without the “hassle of a traditional rental model”.
It adds that it eliminates the need for utility bills and housekeeping, while clients will also have access to flexible office space Labs across eight locations in London.
Added benefits include a tailored welcome grocery pack from Melrose and Morgan; pre-loaded Oyster cards or UBER credit; virtual concierge and gym access.
Sam Ghosh, vice president of Operations for Stay comments: “We’re incredibly excited to announce our new travel programme for our corporate guests.
“The current global shift in work culture – from office to home to anywhere – is a trend well covered in the media. We at Stay want to respond to this new reality by creating this exciting new subscription-based business model – a first for the serviced apartment sector.”