Business people are very important clients for hotels as they generally choose the most expensive rooms to make sure that they have all the comfort they need to get ready for a business meeting or a conference. If you’re a businessman or woman looking for an accommodation for your next meeting then here are some tips that should help you choose the best accommodation for your business trips.


According to a new study by Travel Leaders, the top five selections were: Location – near business meeting (82.8%), Rewards program – frequent guest points (54.4%), Free Wi Fi (31.4%), Location – near airport (17.7%), and Free breakfast (13.2%).


 Business amenities

Make sure your hotel has a full choice of professional business services, such as: Internet, printer, fax and copying machine and phone service.


 conference/Meeting Rooms

The best business hotels boast several top-notch conference rooms which are available for their clients’ use. Depending on if you will need meeting your or not, make sure you book your room ahead of schedule. These rooms are usually furnished with tables and chairs and either wired for Ethernet service or have Wi-Fi access.


 Excellent Customer Service

Check-in and Check-out should be seamless. Staff should be well trained and efficient as this reduces the stress factor associated with long flights and a packed business schedule. Make sure to look at online reviews to see other people experiences with this particular hotel.


 Hotel Breakfast

Eating breakfast at the hotel is convenient, but can be costly. Obviously take advantage if it’s free of charge.     


 Ask for Upgrades

You never know what you can get by simply asking for a free upgrade. This is true especially if you are a larger group, as they could be vying for your repeat business and eager to create a regular customer out of you.


 Fitness Centre

The top business hotel will have a state-of-the-art gym. This facility can be quite useful as it will help the business person to de-stress and stay fit.



A good tip for choosing a hotel is to make sure that you look into whether the hotel has sufficient parking for its guests, and plan your trip accordingly. If there is no space to park, you might want to look into local public transport or alternative methods of getting to the hotel.



Location is key and the best hotels are usually located close to or in the major business districts. They are strategically located close to transportation centers, restaurants and entertainment complexes.  It’s a good idea to stay at hotels which are within walking distance of shops and restaurants. That way you’ll save money on cab fare and have much more flexibility at mealtimes.


 Loyalty Programs and Frequent Flier Miles

If you travel a lot or if you’re a member of a frequent flier program, it may be worth your while to join a hotel loyalty program. Not only can you earn points toward a future hotel stay, but you may also be able to accumulate airline miles if your hotel is partnered with your frequent flier program.



Lastly, compare you research with the criteria you formed earlier. Look if the accommodation you chose matches or at least covers most of the things you want. Afterward, Book it!


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Myriam Balerio is the founder and writer of PA Privé. After kick starting her career as a PA and finding success as an assistant, Myriam later trained in digital and online marketing and has since combined the two disciplines in creating PA Privé, the platform through which she provides sage advice for those in the assistant profession and a network for like-mined PAs and EAs to connect. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Myriam has lived in London for over 10 years and currently lives in London with her husband and French bulldog.


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