If you are planning on some business trip, here is the list of 10 best hotel chains for business travelers.
I know that some people would say that hotels are meant for no one specifically. The only things that are important when picking the right hotel are good hygiene, service, and reviews.
If you are one of the people who are capable of saying something like this, imagine the next situation: your family, counting two toddlers, are planning a trip. Instead of looking for a hotel that suits childrens’ needs the most, you are booking the one that you like the most or the one that you stayed in when you were single and younger. You arrived there, you know almost every corner of the hotel because they had to change at least decoration, and you find out that you have been replaced with nothing more than the younger version of you and his/her friends. Those children really know how to party, right?
So, the day passes by as it does. You were taking a walk with your family, had a nice dinner, so, it is time for shower and bed. A shower is done, but those kids are really partying and don’t plan on stopping. If you complain, you need to know that this hotel is for younger generations and that your crying children and you yelling all the time is frustrating for them as well. You see, this is one of those situations where there is no compromise. Someone has to move one and that’s probably going to be you. After all, you are the one bringing children in a hotel where the most parties are happening.
It is the same with business travelers. They aren’t here for vacation but for work. They need peace and quiet so that they can concentrate on some new contract and a meeting the next day and to sleep so that they could wake up fresh and ready for actions. The majority of business travelers usually require room service because who really has time to eat? Remember, he is not on some vacation. He is here so that he could earn for that vacation. But here is the problem: he is not alone in the hotel. And, unless he is willing to book all rooms so that no one can enter while he stays in a hotel, he has two choices: either to occasionally enjoy too many voices or to move to some hotel that is designed specifically for business travelers. And how to find that hotel? Well, Insider Monkey did. To see their results, click on 10 best hotel chains for business travelers.