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Hotel Reviews

Find business-friendly hotels and accommodations all around the world.

Business Meetings at the Wailea Marriott - Maui star
A business friendly hotel with conference facilities and an excellent business center

Business Meetings in Hawaii - JW Marriott Ko’Olina star
Consider Hawaii as a business meeting destination to increase morale and allow employees to include family while infusing your workforce with the aloha spirit.

European Charm at Sofitel, NYC star
Enjoy spacious-for-New-York accommodations in the heart of the city within walking distance of Times Square.

Hellerup Park Hotel – Copenhagen star
Right outside the hustle and bustle of Denmark’s capital, Hellerup Park Hotel is an ‘off the beaten path’ choice for business travel accommodations.

Hotel Review – Hyatt Regency Jersey City star
With a great view of Lady Liberty, this is a reasonable alternative to staying in Manhattan.

Hotel Review: Le Parker Meridien NYC star
Standing proudly between 6th and 7th Avenues and two blocks from Central Park, this hotel is business travel friendly with an enviable location and secrets lurking in the lobby.

Ink 48 – A New Hotel in Hell’s Kitchen star
Off the beaten path and away from uptown, midtown and downtown, Ink 48 shows promise for the business traveler whose more interested in staying in an old Manhattan neighborhood.

Is Danger Lurking in Your Mailbox? star
Whether you travel for pleasure or business, your mailbox may be sending signals that you are away from home. Read these safety tips for how to protect your belongings (and save time!).

Meetings at The Francis Marion Hotel, Charleston star
Your next business trip to Charleston, South Carolina could be filled with southern historical comfort and charm, even on a leaner budget.

Michelangelo Hotel - New York City star
A classy hotel with sizeable rooms, friendly staff, a spectacular concierge, and location, location, location. A favorite hotel in New York City with a warm comforting ghost in the bar.

Review: Affinia Dumont – New York City star
A boutique Murray Hill hotel close to the bridges and tunnels of the East Side makes this a great find for those with tight commuting schedules to JFK or La Guardia.

Review: Hotel Britannique – Paris star
The Hotel Britannique offers business travelers the perfect location for enjoying Paris with the convenience of direct routes to La Defense, the business and commercial center of the city.

Review: Hotel Giraffe New York City star
Often ranked at the top of business travelers' search engines, Hotel Giraffe lives up to its reputation as a business-friendly hotel, with benefits.

Review: Hotel Granduca Houston star
Located in the Galleria vicinity of Houston, the Hotel Granduca is a hidden gem for business travelers that resembles an Italian castle, with rooms that seem like luxury small apartments.

Review: Hotel Palomar Philadelphia star
Another Kimpton hotel with a great location, good business center and modern rooms with a funky twist.

Review: Iroquois Hotel New York City star
Nestled in between many different places to stay, this hotel is a quaint alternative to the chains with service that is on par with a five-star hotel. Recommendation: Reserve a suite.

Review: La Casa Del Camino Hotel – Laguna Beach star
A charming beachfront hotel and perfect location for business meetings in Southern California.

Review: Nine Zero Hotel Boston star
Nine Zero is a comfortable business hotel with the city’s best steakhouse and a convenient location. Take this opportunity to sleep across the street from Paul Revere and Sam Adams…well, their graves anyway.

Review: Roger Williams Hotel New York City star
A kitschy Murray Hill Hotel that comes in under other price points for a quick overnight in Manhattan.

Review: The Franklin Hotel – New York star
Upper East Side European charm in this small boutique hotel.

Review: Warwick Hotel New York City star
Classic New York elegance meets business travelers’ needs, and with a great location.

San Carlos Hotel - New York City star
Living on the road in chain hotels is nicely predictable, but a small boutique hotel is always a great find.

Sofitel - A Philadelphia Hotel Review star
The Sofitel Philadelphia – An Excellent Choice for Business Travel.

St. Gregory Hotel - Washington, D.C. star
An alternative to the chain hotel scene, the St. Gregory offers a boutique setting with business amenities and a great location in our nation’s capital.

The Hotel Monaco - Washington D.C. star
A terrific hotel for a business stay, especially if you have time for some side trips in our nation’s capital.

The Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay star
Without losing the convenience of easy commuting, the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay is a business traveler's hotel that delivers a classic Floridian atmosphere, even to a local.

The Heldrich Hotel - New Brunswick, NJ star
The hotel built for the business traveler in Middlesex County New Jersey.

The Hilton - Newark Penn Station star
If convenience is your only concern, the Hilton Newark Penn Station is an acceptable choice. Otherwise, consider alternative options.

The Madison Hotel’s Unstated Features star
Sometimes it is not what a hotel lists on their website or brochure that makes the stay special; it is the feelings experienced. Read what silent features attracted me to the Madison Hotel in Washington D.C.

The Westin Times Square, NYC star
The Westin serves as the old faithful fall-back for business travel accommodations in New York City, and those heavenly beds truly are heavenly.

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