For business travellers, conducting work abroad can be exhausting. With meetings to attend and tight transport arrangements, business travellers want their accommodation to be comfortable and convenient. The very best even offer onsite event facilities. To ease the task of finding the right accommodation for a business trip, Business Destinations counts some of the best business hotels in the world.
Hilton Vilamoura As Cascatas Golf Resort & Spa
Tucked away in the Algarve region of Portugal, but just 25 minutes from Faro International Airport, the Hilton Vilamoura As Cascatas Golf Resort & Spa boasts spectacular views over four hectares of gardens, as well as numerous luxurious rooms. Guests who stay at the hotel can enjoy a wide range of activities, such as horse riding, water sports and golf, the latter of which the Hilton Vilamoura is renowned for. The hotel is also home to the 7 Seven Spa, which features 12 treatment rooms.
The Vilamoura has a floor dedicated to business facilities, featuring eight meeting rooms, a ballroom and business centre to accommodate every corporate traveller’s need. All meeting rooms are fitted with audiovisual equipment, plus a meetings coordinator is on hand to provide support at the resort and offsite.
Companies with more than 80 people are welcome to rent the entire venue and enjoy benefits like a fully flexible schedule and the in-house event manager
Surrounded by the Alps, Austria’s Hotel Moselebauer offers its guests 85 rooms and is located only 45 minutes from Klagenfurt Airport. The hotel’s adventure world, equipped with all-terrain vehicles, climbing parks, archery and bungee running, as well as 3,000 sq m spa area and 11 congress rooms, make the incentive and team building destination one of the best in the Alps. The hotel is only a moment away from the best skiing slopes in Carinthia and an eight-minute helicopter flight (or 35 minutes by bus) from the Red Bull Ring.
Companies with more than 80 people are welcome to rent the entire venue and enjoy benefits like a fully flexible schedule and the in-house event manager, who can provide assistance throughout the event. The nearby Waldluck’n Chalet offers 20 beds for intimate seminars or 100 seats for a rustic Austrian dining experience.
Hotel Van Oranje
Based in Noordwijk, in the west of the Netherlands, Hotel Van Oranje provides beautiful views over the Dutch coastline. One of its most impressive rooms is the Superior Deluxe Sea View, which allows guests to look across the North Sea.
With free Wi-Fi available across the hotel and 50 conference and meeting rooms that can host up to 2,500 guests, the hotel is well equipped to handle any manner of business event. And when the working day is over, guests can make use of the luxurious wellness centre’s sauna and massage therapists.
Sheraton Oran Hotel
Algeria’s five-star luxury hotel, the Sheraton Oran, has become a hotspot for corporate meetings. It boasts 321 large rooms, three restaurants, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and fitness facilities. There are also seven event rooms creating 2,414 sq m of meeting space, as well as a bar to network in between work commitments.
A range of tech services, such as videoconferencing and projector equipment, mean events can be tailored to each guest’s needs. The hotel is close to the city centre of Oran and 10 minutes from Algeria’s international airport.
Cliff House Maine
Located on the rocky coast of southern Maine in the US, Cliff House offers incredible ocean and coastal views. It has 226 guest rooms and suites, including premiere suites, a cottage and venues for all types of event. The hotel is easy to access from Boston and has more than 25,000 sq ft of event space and 11 meeting rooms.
The venue is suited to small executive gatherings or meetings for up to 300 people. A host of team building activities are available onsite, such as scavenger hunts and boat building, or offsite excursions can be organised by the hotel.