London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 14, 2009 -- SilverDoor has revealed that, with temperatures soaring in London and the South East this summer, there has been an increased demand from customers for serviced apartments with some form of outdoor space, be it a balcony, a terrace or a communal garden.
"In Central London where the temperature has been known to soar as high as 33 Celsius, the advantage of outside space is very important," said Marnie Delaney-Parker, Head of PR and Marketing at SilverDoor. "No one wants to be inside when the British weather is as wonderful as it has been recently and a terrace or a balcony is perfect and makes a serviced apartment seem a much better option than a hotel room with no outside space."
Key areas for Silverdoor which have seen increased attention are the towns of Newbury and Croydon. Serviced apartments in Newbury have always been a popular choice and the Library Apartments building features a communal roof garden as well as a comfortable lounge area with a dining table and chairs for entertaining or working at, along with high specification AV equipment and television with Sky satellite channels. The Maresfield Apartment, which is a serviced apartment in Croydon, has also received a great deal of increased interest. Located within a residential area only ten minutes walk from East Croydon mainline station, the apartment features one double bedroom, a separate bathroom and an open plan kitchen/lounge area that leads onto a patio and communal lawns.
While the recent heat wave, which has seen night-time temperatures remaining above 18 Celsius in some areas leading the Met Office to raise its heat wave alert, has been bad news for many people across the country as they try to sleep, it has provided a welcome boon for Silverdoor.
For further information, please contact: Marnie Delaney-Parker Head of PR and Marketing SilverDoor 3 Dukes Gate London W4 5DX 07903 900 785 http://www.silverdoor.co.uk