Best Hotels for Business Travel

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People who travel for business have a lot of options for where they want to stay, but not every hotel—or chain—is the same. The hotels that cater to business travelers are, obviously, the ones you’ll want to go with. Some of them are quite fancy, but many of them are well-priced and well-suited for the average traveler.

  1. Hyatt Hotels. The Hyatts, located all over the U.S., offers free Wi-Fi in all rooms and public spaces, says The Week. While many hotels, especially those geared towards business guests, offer an annoyingly expensive tiered system of internet, the Hyatt’s universal and universally-free Wi-Fi is a great perk.
  2. Ritz-Carlton. Though these hotels can be pricy, they top nearly every list out there about hotels for business. The hotel chain’s new app allows people to order things from the pool, mobile room service, and pretty much any other request a guest might need. Additionally, business travelers can also earn and redeem Marriott Hotel points through the Ritz-Carlton locations.
  3. Hotels in the IHG Rewards Club. This program caters to travelers who visit large cities like New York often, but the club offers literal thousands of places to stay, ensuring you’ll find one that suits your needs. Places like Holiday Inns and Crowne Plazas are covered, and the program offers a great rewards point system that you can redeem online for a wide range of treats.
  4. Andaz Wall Street. Named on CNN Money’s list of best boutique hotels for business travel, this ritzy hotel offers 10,000 square feet of comfortable meeting space. Planning services are personalized to your business needs, and the hotel even offers a communal kitchen area with a chef. Wi-Fi is also complimentary.

The possibilities are endless, but these hotels are always sure to take care of their business guests in all the ways they can.

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About DevonJ140
I am currently an Accounting Director living in New York City. I love reading and learning more about business, finance, tech, and current events.

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