Select Apartments Clients Fear Major Business Disruption During Olympics

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Select Apartments, short stay apartment specialists to the corporate market, surveyed clients about the likely impact of the Olympics. 56.7% of respondents felt that the Olympics will be disruptive and make it difficult to travel to work. 63.6% of respondents said that hotel and apartment rates were extortionate. http://www.selectapartments.co.uk

63.6% of respondents said that that the rates being charged by hotels and apartments in London during the Olympics were either extortionate or profiteering

56.7% of respondents felt that the Olympics will be disruptive and make it difficult to travel to work. 43.5% of people expected that the huge influx of visitors will lead to a major increase in the burden on the transport and road network, with a further 50.7% considering it to be highly disruptive.

63.6% of respondents said that they felt that the rates being charged by hotels and apartments in London during the Olympics were either extortionate or profiteering. Surprisingly, 68.1% of people said that their company had no plans to book hotels or apartments for Key personnel. Overall, 42.2% of people who responded felt that the Olympics will be extremely beneficial to London and the UK Economy.

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Select Apartments, a leading provider of short term apartments to the corporate sector, was started in 1998 by Simon Morrison. The aim was to provide a dedicated and independent service that offers clients tailor made solutions for their corporate housing. Over the last 14 years, the business has grown from being an operation that was originally run from home into a company with experienced professionals. It is trusted by major international companies to handle their assignees and project work, but still offers the same personal service.

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