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6 Tips to Choosing a Hotel for Solo Business Trips

1 July, 2020
solo business trips

Are you one of those people who are frequently in and out of hotels for solo business trips? There are nearly 405 million business trips taken annually in the United States each year. This means there are tons of people traveling for business, so hotels need to find the best ways to accommodate them.

There are quite a few things you should look into when looking to book your hotel when you're traveling, especially if you need to get work done.

So whether you frequently need to book a hotel room or even if it's your first time planning to stay in a hotel for a business trip, then you might be looking for some tips on how to choose the best accommodations for your solo business trip.

Keep reading for our guide on the six best tips for choosing a hotel for solo business trips.

1. Read the Reviews

When trying to book your business stay, you need to make sure that you read the reviews of hotels you're thinking about staying at. Reading the reviews is the best place to start when narrowing down your hotel choices.

Most websites like TripAdvisor will have a rating system such as stars, which can help point you in the right direction. Find hotels with the most stars so you can start there.

When looking through the reviews, make sure that you don't just focus on the positives. Negative reviews will help to show you if there is a common theme wrong with the hotel or if the review is guest specific.

2. Functional for Work

When you're traveling for your job, one thing that is essential is needing space for work. You might want to work from your hotel room, or you might want to find a quiet spot in the lobby to get some work done.

Regardless of where you get work done, you need to make sure that the hotel you choose has functional space for you to work. Look at photographs of the rooms you could be staying in to see what the desk space is like. You could also call the hotel and ask what the lobby is like to work in.

Some hotels will even offer a business center which offers many amenities to business travelers. You might be able to print documents for free, use their computer, or just have a nice quiet place to work.

3. Check Wi-Fi Speed

Besides having a functional workspace, you're going to want to make sure that you're also able to get work done on the hotel's Wi-Fi. If you travel a lot for business already, then you probably know that some hotel's Wi-Fi can either be hit or miss when it comes to speed.

There are actually ways that you can go about comparing Wi-Fi in hotels before you've even booked a room. All you need to do is run a quick hotel Wi-Fi speed test, and you can see how fast the speed is before making your decision on what hotel you'll be staying at during your business trip.

That way, you can get all of your work done during your business trip and have super-fast internet to do it. Especially if you need to make a last-minute slide show on a mac! Check out this link for tips on how to get one done for your next presentation: https://setapp.com/how-to/make-slideshows-on-mac.

4. Look for an All in One Hotel

When you're traveling for business, you might not have a lot of time on your hands to go out to eat or get coffee in the morning. This is why you should look for hotels that have it all! Usually, luxury hotel accommodations are the way to go because they will have an onsite coffee shop, restaurant, meeting space, and even a spa if you have time to relax.

On the other hand, you might even want to check to see if your hotel offers room service before booking. On busy days you might feel exhausted and just want someone to bring food right to your door.

Before booking your hotel, make sure to check and see what amenities are offered to you. Onsite restaurants and room service will definitely help to make your business trip run smoothly.

5. Check Out the Surrounding Area

If you do have some downtime during your business travel, then you might want to check out the area surrounding your hotel. It would be smart to do some research on the restaurants in the area before you book the hotel to see what your options are.

Read the reviews and see where the good places in town are. Traveling for business gives you the luxury of getting to try new things, so don't stick to going to chain restaurants all the time.

When booking your hotel, you should also do some research on the surrounding area so that you can feel safe. Just because a hotel is close to your meeting space doesn't mean that it is in an area with lots of people.

6. Look Into Their Other Amenities

Lastly, when looking into which hotel you want to book for your solo business trip, you're going to want to see what other amenities they have to offer you. If you like to work out, then check out their fitness area. Do they offer a gym so that you can keep up on your fitness routine while traveling?

Another amenity that many travelers enjoy is taking a dip in the pool or hot tub after a long day. Make sure to look into the hotel you want to stay at and see if they have the amenities that you enjoy before booking your solo business trip stay.

Planning Solo Business Trips

When planning your solo business trips, you need to make sure to look out for these tips each time you book your hotel. Finding the best accommodations doesn't have to be difficult as long as you take the time to find exactly what you're looking for.

If you're a traveler who appreciated the finer things in life, then our blog has you covered. Keep scrolling our page to see all of the best luxurious accommodations and delicious restaurants all around the world.

 
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