The world’s Best Hotels for Business Travel

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Traditional offices and chained-to-desk positions are no longer as commonplace as they used to be. Workspaces are popping up left and right, catering to the growing population of remote workers (Fast Company called remote work “the new normal”). Coffee shops are doubling as temporary offices. And hotels are developing well-planned business centers for business travelers.

All around the world, hotels are designing spaces that cater to business people whose positions are transient. Whether you’re looking for the perfect hotel in Tokyo to host an entire company, or simply an ultra comfortable room with limo service like Limo Find to independently handle some business in New York City, there’s an unique option out there for you.

The key is to choose hotels that are known for catering to business travelers. Some hotels focus on tourists; others on long-term guests. By understanding which hotels operate with your lifestyle in mind, you’re putting yourself in a much better position to enjoy your stay and get some work done. Here are some of the world’s best hotels for business travel:

Concorde Hotel, New York

When it comes to New York, business travelers are everywhere. And business hotels are a dime a dozen. But in a city inundated with hotels, it can be difficult to choose the right one. The boutique Concorde Hotel in New York City is ideal for business travelers seeking to combine luxury comfort with efficiency. For travelers not just looking for a room—but a temporary home—Concorde is ideal.

Suites and penthouses are designed with the business traveler in mind: luxurious, high-end comfortable furniture spans throughout the layout, making it easy to get a good night’s rest after a long flight. The hotel is also centrally located, making it a simple access point for reaching meetings throughout the city. With a complete business center at your disposal, combined with printing and mail services and fast WiFi, there’s nothing you won’t be able to get done here.

Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego

Standing tall in the heart of Downtown San Diego is the Manchester Grand Hyatt equipped with 100,000 square feet of indoor meeting space. This makes it the perfect space to do everything from independent work to gathering entire teams or using the hotel as a base to host a work retreat. There’s also plenty of event space, as well as easy access to a championship golf course and nearby beaches.

The Peninsula Hong Kong

Tokyo is one of the biggest cities in the world for business, and the Peninsula in Hong Kong lives up to the challenge. In a study conducted by Fortune Magazine Travel + Leisure, Peninsula was ranked one of the best hotels for business travelers. A bedside panel makes it easy for travelers to control everything from the television to the thermostat to the lighting to concierge requests—all with the touch of a few buttons. Gyms and business centers are available 24/7. Guests are even transported from the airport to the hotel in a Rolls Royce or BMW that’s equipped with WiFI.

Hilton Anatole, Dallas

There are many things a business traveler needs, and the Hilton Anatole in Downtown Dallas, Texas ticks several boxes. The hotel boasts three executive floors, over 50,000 square feet of event and meeting space, and an on-site FedEx center. It’s also located in a prime area (near multiple main attraction), and several boardrooms offer skyline views. No matter what you need to get done, Hilton Anatole make it’s easy to do business.

Orchard Hotel, Singapore

The Orchard Hotel in Singapore offers packages dedicated exclusively to business travelers. For example, the Executive Club Deal considers the meeting-to-meeting lifestyle of the average business travel. It comes with limo rental services, shoe shining services, complimentary laundry, and evening cocktails.

Its 13 function rooms have a team award-winning chefs and event planners who can help coordinate your events and ensure they’re running as smoothly as possible. What’s best is that rooms here run as low as $150 per night.

Waldorf Astoria, Chicago

The Waldorf Astoria in Chicago was rated the best hotel in the United States by Conde Nast Traveler. The rooms have terraces, soaking tubs, and marble floors. In the Balsan Private Dining Room, an entire team of business travelers can be treated to a private meal during a meeting break. All Waldorf properties are equipped with unique boardrooms. The Chicago location boardroom, called the Hemingway Salon, is decorated to represent 1920s Paris with high ceilings, natural light, and elegant fittings. There are eight meeting rooms and a formal ballroom, and private dining room for groups as well.

About Carson Derrow

My name is Carson Derrow I'm an entrepreneur, professional blogger, and marketer from Arkansas. I've been writing for startups and small businesses since 2012. I share the latest business news, tools, resources, and marketing tips to help startups and small businesses to grow their business.

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