4 Amazing Business Hotels Around the World

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Business trips can be understandably exhausting over time, but it doesn’t always have to be tedious and boring. Sometimes checking in to the right hotel might change that. Though, of course, opinions may vary from person to person.

Based on our research and personal experience, we’ve put together a list of 4 amazing business hotels around the world.


1. The Ritz-Carlton (Dubai, UAE)

Located right in the heart of Dubai’s financial centre, the Ritz-Carlton surely is extravagant with its 3-metre aluminium shark in the lobby’s waterfall and its Eden-esque gardens that leads to a private beach.

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This hotel includes amenities like 6 swimming pools, tennis courts, a 24-hour gym, full service day spa, a private club lounge and many more.

You can enjoy a luxurious buffet breakfast offering everything you can think of – from za’atar croissants, to chicken liver with pomegranate molasses.

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In the suites, there are 47-inch televisions, premium Asprey amenities and standalone tubs, BO sound systems, and iPhone 5 and 6 compatible docking stations.

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According to a review from CNN,

“Staff go the extra mile to wow you. During my last stay, seeing my toothpaste was running low, housekeeping replaced it with a new tube and left a note to let me know.”

Double rooms are priced at £198 during low seasons, and from £930 during high seasons. Breakfast is usually included and of course free Wi-Fi for Rewards Members to enjoy (free registration on hotel website).


2. Palace Hotel Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan)

The Palace Hotel Tokyo boasts a modern 5-star hotel design that mixes Eastern and Western design, with an extravagant entrance lobby and a collection of artworks.

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This hotel includes top-class facilities like the Evian-branded spa which offers a variety of signature treatments and Japanese-style hot and cold baths.

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Let’s not forget its pretty outdoor roof terrace Club Lounge that gives you a magnificent view on top of the delicious food and lovely booze.

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It also has an entire floor of no less than 8 restaurants with high-end quality, ranging from classic French restaurants to modern Japanese restaurants.

The rooms at Palace Hotel also have private balconies which is a pretty unusual feature for downtown Tokyo.

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Of course we can’t exclude the brilliant housekeeping service too! They will make sure that you get your sakura bath salts, folded pyjamas and they will also clean your shoes without your requests!

This hotel is priced from £335 per night, which is pretty reasonable considering the 5-star service, amenities and its location.


3. Trident, Nariman Point (Mumbai, India)

Located just 2km from Gateway of India and 1.6km from Rajabai Tower, Trident, Nariman Point certainly makes it more convenient for you to sightsee. It has some of Mumbai’s largest conference facilities, with 10,000 square feet of space and 9 meeting venues.

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Their extensive facilities include a full-service spa, a fitness centre, an outdoor pool, free valet parking service, 24 hours airport shuttle, and WiFi in public areas.

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All Trident, Nariman Point’s rooms are soundproofed, and come with LCD TVs, free WiFi, laptop-compatible safes, phones, minibars, premium bedding and deep soaking tubs in their bathrooms.

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The security at this hotel is extremely tight, so be prepared to go through a thorough security search. With such tight security, you don’t have to worry about safety here. The vibe at this hotel is corporate and not as much authentic Indian touches as some may hope for. The rooms here are priced from £150 per night.


4. Brooklands Hotel, Surrey (England, UK)

Located just 10 minutes by car from Weybridge railway station, Brooklands Hotel in Surrey, England boasts its modernist glass hotel with contemporary racing-themed design built on the Soloman Straight of Brooklands banked racing circuit.

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Right next door is Mercedes Benz World, which offers on and off-road driving experiences. Meanwhile Brooklands Motor Museum which houses early racing cars and bikes is just 5 minutes on foot.

It has an outdoor 12-seater hot tub of which you can enjoy panaromic track views.

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Their facilities include a Winemakers massage, a sauna, steam room, a lounge, and a meditation room with warm water-beds.

Another main attraction would be their huge chrome propellers in the trendy 1907 bar, which is certainly one of a kind. It signifies Brooklands’ importance as an aerodrome.

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Brooklands Hotel’s rooms include king size beds that come with crisp Egyptian cotton sheets, powerful walk-in rain showers, a 42-inch TV, free WiFi and an iPod docking station. Some rooms also come with balcony, of which you can enjoy some extra outdoor space.

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The 1907 restaurant also offers British-inspired menu – from succulent scallops to lamb cutlets with mint ragu. Their dishes are certainly promising with a wide range of wine and cocktails. Rooms at Brooklands Hotel, Surrey, like their double deluxe rooms are priced from £149, including breakfast.

If you’re ever drained from frequently traveling for business, these hotels are perfect for you. Be sure to also check out our global data roaming solution – Flexiroam X when you travel to save more costs. You will be able to stay connected in more than 120 countries with this innovative technology.

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