How To Feel Festive in Your Serviced Apartment

Staying away from home during the festive period can feel, let’s be honest, a bit dispiriting. As the evenings get darker and the nights get colder, it’s important to bring a bit of cheer to your everyday. Are you a Christmas lover who doesn’t enjoy being away over the Christmas period? We’ve got you!

Staying in one of our serviced apartments can make you feel more at home, but here’s how to keep the Christmas spirit alive and feel festive in your serviced apartment:

Deck the Halls 

Don’t worry, you don’t have to go overboard on the decorations! A bit of sparkling garland, a miniature tree on the table, or paper snowflakes in the window add charm without much work. Adding a few festive touches here and there can get you into the holiday spirit.

A festive smelling candle is always a great place to start!

Cook Your Favourite Comfort Foods

One of the many great things about our serviced apartments is that they come with a fully equipped kitchen! Meaning there is nothing stopping you from cooking your favourite comfort foods or baking nostalgic holiday treats in the kitchen to make you feel more festive. 

Not great in the kitchen? There are plenty shops nearby our apartments for store bought mulled wine and mince pies!

Play Festive Music & Films

Make a list of your top Christmas songs and films. Make yourself at home and settle down with a cosy holiday film. Or whack on the Mariah Carey and sing your heart out – whatever floats your boat!

Spread Christmas Cheer

Get in touch with your loved ones. There is nothing like a festive facetime catch up with friends and family to lift your spirits during this time of year.

Though you may be spending this time away, infusing your serviced apartment with little touches of seasonal decor, scents, sounds and flavours lets you carry the holiday spirit wherever your travels take you.

Also, why not get involved in the festivities in the area you’re visiting? Check out our blog post all about how to get festive this December in Bristol.

Published: Monday 11th December by Phoebe Clutton