Top Ten Hotels for the Business Traveller outside London
by Alex Blyth (January 2013)
In recent years budget hotel chains have been keen to talk up their attractiveness to business travellers. However, anyone who has tried to prepare for an important meeting with a night on a small bed in an airless room listening to stag and hen parties maraud up and down the corridor might be keen to disagree. Sure, these hotels are clean, they have all the facilities you need, and they are priced to please your finance director, but if you want to wake up feeling at the top of your game and ready to do business you need more than basic and cheap. You need the finest. It might cost more, but once you’ve travelled at that way surely you owe it to yourself to be on top form for the meeting. Business travellers who are prepared to dispense with the false economies and who are looking for the finest options, should consider these, the top ten hotels for business travellers in Britain.
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Langshott Lane, Langshott, Horley
Staying at the 15th Century Langshott Manor Hotel you could be forgiven for forgetting that you are just five minutes away from Gatwick Airport. Tucked away at the end of a country lane, the hotel is surrounded by an ancient moat, has roaring log fires, and could not feel further away from the hustle and bustle of the international airport just three miles a short taxi ride away.
Windsor Road, Egham
International travellers flying from Heathrow need not settle for a soulless airport hotel. Just a ten minute taxi ride away, they can be at the Runnymede-on-Thames, sipping a cool drink on a terrace overlooking the River Thames.
The Sugar House, Narrow Lewins Mead, Bristol
Situated in the restored Sugar House, Bristol’s Hotel du Vin is near to the popular waterfront area and close to the city centre. It offers has forty bedrooms, including several stunning double-height loft suites. It even has a library where you can prepare for your meeting.
Havannah Street, Cardiff
Every one of the 142 rooms at St David’s has a balcony overlooking Cardiff Bay. Heading downstairs for a drink and a bite to eat in the Tides Terrace you can continue taking in the stunning view across the water, before enjoying a spa treatment, and then heading out to your meeting feeling energised and invigorated.
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