Here is a list of the best hotels for business travelers, you can reference :
Crowne Plaza Hotels – attracts business travelers by offering the services of an in-house meeting director to help plan business meetings, as well as a company loyalty rewards program. One feature of the program is a “Travel Arranger,” which helps travel managers book multiple reservations while keeping track of each traveler’s preferences for accommodations.
Embassy Suites – is an upscale hotel that cares about business travelers. Rooms start at around $150 a night; it’s worth trying to get a corporate rate. Luxehotels.com, a Web site for independently owned luxury hotels, offers business traveler packages that include upgrades, free Internet access, and continental breakfast. The leading hotels of The world, also an association of member hotels, guarantees rates in U.S. dollars. It has its own loyalty program at lhw.com.
The Four Seasons – has famed luxury accommodations with standard rates around $395 per night. The hotel’s business services include meeting rooms with wireless Internet and up-to-date audiovisual presentation equipment.
Sofitel – is the luxury chain owned by Accor (also the owner of Novotel). A one-night stay at the Hotel Sofitel Chicago, which recently received an eco-friendly award by the Audubon International, will cost around $300.
Shangri-La – is a chain of luxury hotels with locations in Asia, Australia, and the United Arab Emirates. A one-night stay in Beijing will cost you around $200. Executive suites at the hotel include not only sleeping accommodations but also space to hold meetings.
Peninusla Hotels – has three domestic locations (New York, Chicago, and Beverly Hills) and five locations in Asia (Hong Kong, Tokyo, Beijing, Bangkok, and Manila). Guestrooms are equipped for utility with high-speed Internet, wireless, two-line telephones, and for luxury with marble bathrooms and oversized executive desks. The business facilities include private and semi-private offices and secretarial services.