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Where to Begin with a Long-Term Hotel Stay

One of our goals here at ALE Solutions is to help policyholders and adjusters make the best of what is often an unexpected situation – e.g. emergency housing after a disaster. When displaced from your home for more than a few days, long-term hotels are ideal.

In our experience, the average length of a post-disaster hotel stay is two weeks. If you or your family are in or ever happen to be in such a situation, we hope we can make the displacement a bit more comfortable. ALE understands how hard it is to be without the comforts of home.

Know the Amenities of a Long-Term Hotel

You may have seen our earlier post providing a summary of ALE Hotel Solutions. Part of the details necessary to attain the best housing is relevant to the specific amenities you need. ALE helps determine and secure all necessary amenities for you, so you can check into the right accommodations as soon as possible.

Do you need handicap accessibility features in your room? How many beds will you require? Do you need a pet-friendly hotel? Is there an area around the hotel where you can comfortably walk your dog? Do you require a refrigerator or full kitchen for special dietary needs?  Do you have a newborn? Is there going to be room for the pack n play? Do you need adjoining rooms?

Where to begin with a Long-Term Hotel stay.

Even after you check in, ALE can arrange whatever you need with the front desk. Call ALE, and we will work to ensure you have a  seamless stay. We use our connections and skilled approach to doing everything we can to meet your exact needs.

For more information about post-disaster recovery and temporary housing solutions, please contact us. Stay tuned for more long-term hotel tips here on Discover ALE!

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One response to “Where to Begin with a Long-Term Hotel Stay”

  1. Bradford Snelson says:

    I loved your tip to know in advance whether your long-term hotel has things like handicap accessibility, as well as how many beds it has. If you’re planning on staying somewhere for more than a few days it would definitely be convenient to be sure that it would meet your needs. I feel like the internet would be a great tool to help you stay on top of this.

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