Wednesday, January 09, 2019
(Family Features)–When most people plan a trip, the focus is on the purpose of the journey, whether it’s a work-related jaunt or a vacation with loved ones. Researching and organizing travel for an upcoming trip is important, but so is finding the perfect place to make your journey easier, more productive and successful.
Proximity will almost always be a factor in selecting the right hotel, but the travel experts at Hyatt Place recommend paying special attention to a few essential details that can make an impact on your overall travel and hotel experience.
It’s often the little things that make the biggest impact when you’re traveling far from home. Keep the core purpose of your trip in mind as you explore hotel accommodations, and look for those that are most thoughtfully designed around your needs. Seek out hotel options that can make it easier for guests to blur the lines between business and leisure travel with dedicated spaces to work, sleep and play and features like comfy sectional sofas, separate sleeping and living areas, and contemporary bathrooms.
Waking well rested after a long night is a start, but an exceptional breakfast experience can make your day even better. Look for hotels with included breakfasts or superior culinary options.
Whether you want to relax with your morning paper or mix and mingle following a day’s work, it can be liberating to know you have options outside your hotel room. No matter the time of day, public areas, like a spacious lobby and lounge, 24-hour fitness center or indoor or outdoor pool, can provide a chance to enjoy new scenery.
Many hotels offer the basics, but look for a place where amenities are purposeful, making your trip as productive and seamless as possible. From free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and guest rooms to a business center with remote printing and freshly prepared food offerings available throughout the day, guests’ travel and dining needs are covered.
Source: Family Features, hyattplace.com
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