Long Term and Corporate Stays At Beacon Pointe

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Each quiet season at Beacon Pointe, we host long term and corporate guests. We’ve had people stay here waiting for houses to be built, undergoing treatment for cancer, and working on short-term company projects. That’s because Beacon Pointe is the perfect middle ground—more comfortable than an extended stay hotel and more flexible than a long-term lease.

In the off-season, we have enough availability that we can lower rates. For stays of a month or longer in a one-bedroom condo, we charge $2500 a month (all inclusive, no tax or service fee). The condos have a living room (with fireplace and full lake view balcony or patio), a dining room, and a full sized kitchen with all furnishings, appliances and dishware. This includes heat, electricity, water, and Wifi, along with access to a washer and dryer. It also gets you heated underground parking, use of the fitness center (which has a treadmill, elliptical, weight machine, and a bike), our pool, spa, and sauna. We’ll clean your unit for you twice a month, and everything is connected indoors so you never have to step out into the snow.

If you don’t need to stay continuously at the property, we offer corporate rates too. These are perfect for people who come on a recurring schedule. Right now, for example, we’re hosting a few engineers for three or four days a week. They’re working on an airport project and will be staying with us midweek through December, flying back for the weekends. They get free breakfast every day (this is not included with continuous stays) and the rooms are cleaned and ready every single week. Those rates start at $85 a night for studio units.

There are several advantages to staying at Beacon Pointe. You don’t have to commit to a year or six months like you do with a conventional rental situation. If you don’t know how long you need to stay or don’t want to worry about furnishings, this is the place for you. Furthermore, it’s a turnkey situation. Rather than calling utility companies to get Wifi, electric, and other utilities arranged, you can just show up with a suitcase and groceries and put your feet up. When you take into account the costs of utility hookups and furnishings, and the value of your own time, it may be less expensive to stay here than somewhere else.

Don’t forget, you’re at a luxury resort. From the mattresses to the furnishings to the appliances, everything is high-end. And then there’s the unparalleled view of the lake.

“I work a lot of hours,” one of the engineers staying with us recently said. “When I’m not working, I want to sit on my balcony and look at a lake. I don’t want to sit and look at a parking lot.”

We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Check out http://www.beaconpointeduluth.com/long-term-business-travel/ for more information.