Making The Most Of Your Business Travels

Posted on: 3 August 2015

For every dollar a company invests in business travel, they are likely to receive around $9.80 in revenue from it according to a study conducted by Oxford Economics. Traveling for business can be completely different than traveling on vacation. When you are traveling for business purposes, there is probably a stricter schedule you are going to heed to during your travels. Chances are you having meetings with clients and suppliers. This is the priority of your trip and must be the main focus while you are on the go, but it doesn't mean you have to skimp on your accommodations. By choosing your hotel based on your needs and wants, you can turn your business travels into a much more pleasurable experience.  

Choose a Hotel with Amenities

If you are part of the decision-making process in choosing a hotel during your business trip, make sure you look into a hotel that is going to provide some amenities for you. A gym, pool, spa, and more can all make your stay at a hotel much better. Some hotels also offer laundry services. This is a great way to keep your wardrobe looking great when it has been folded and shuffled around in your baggage. 

Sign up for the Loyalty Program

A lot of major hotel chains will offer a loyalty program you can sign up for. This allows you to earn points for every night you stay at the hotel. If you travel a lot, make sure to stay at the same hotel chain if possible so you can accumulate more points. Then, when you are able to take a vacation, you will be able to use these points for your personal travels as well. This will help you save money on your vacations. 

Check out Local Attractions

While your primary focus will be on the customer or supplier you are going to see, you will likely have some downtime as well. Before you go on your trip check out the local attractions such as dining, shopping, and tourist areas that may be of interest to you. If you are a foodie, then you can check some of the local hot spot dining areas to get a chance at trying some new foods. There are several sites available that offer reviews for specific places in the area. Take advantage of these so you can choose some of the more popular attractions with good reviews. 

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