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Condos vs Condo Hotels

Discussion in 'North America Real Estate' started by nitingarghere, Feb 11, 2009.

  1. nitingarghere

    nitingarghere New Member

    As far as the services are concerned, Philadelphia condominiums have the fact that the building and garden maintenance is performed by a team of cleaners, in exchange for a monthly fee. Condo hotels offer even more services. With Philadelphia condominiums, you are responsible for cleaning your interior, but condo hotels have paid staff which takes care of everything. You will not have to do as much as lift a finger.

    Philadelphia condominiums are nothing new. Basically, you buy Philadelphia condominiums and do not have to worry about the building and garden being maintained. Additionally, there are benefits such as swimming pools, gyms or tennis courts. Condo hotels have pretty much the same concepts, with the main difference being that they have most of the features found in luxurious hotels. Of course, you have benefits such as swimming pools, tennis courts and gyms as well, and, aside from these, you can also find establishments such as restaurants or bars within the building. While Philadelphia condominiums are mostly sold without furniture, with condo hotels, your condo is furnished right from the start. An interior designer has taken care of all aspects as far as the ay the interior looks, and in most cases, the furniture and appliances are all high-end. The cost of the furniture and appliances is included in the price of condo hotels.
  2. americandream

    americandream New Member

    what's the difference between condos and condo hotels?

    True, the conveniences in a condo hotel are far greater than what you would typically breakthrough in a condominium.

    In terms of furnishings and services, condo hotels are much more convenient if money is not a problem. However, when it comes to location, since condo hotels are comparatively new type of investment, there are just a handful of locales acrossed the country.
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