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From motels, hotels, serviced apartments and short term rental agreements, there are many options available to the business traveller. The best option depends on the needs of the individual and a number of other factors, such as price, length of the stay, and the facilities.
Often located along major highways and traffic corridors, motels are a popular option for business travellers using their own vehicle. Motels can be the best—and sometimes only—option for those travelling for business to remote or regional town centres where other options may be limited. Product reps and travelling sales associates are a common example of business travellers who may use hotels for a short stay.
The reality is however are motels can be used by many who travel for work, and often a preferred option for short stay business travellers footing the bill for their own accommodation.
For corporate business travellers who are not paying for their own accommodation, hotels are one of the most common options for short stays. Large companies often negotiate travel contracts with hotels when several of their employees stay regularly at any given time in certain city. Services including dry cleaning, printing and office administration services are also provided at hotels making them attractive to the needs of business travellers.
Serviced apartments offer accommodation to the same standard as hotels often in city or inner city locations, but compared to a hotel room, are designed to function as a home away from home. Because of separate dining, living, kitchen, laundry and bedroom areas, there is plenty of room for the business traveller to work from the apartment as well as more self contained living for the traveller to be comfortable and self sufficient while they are away. Their nightly rates are also more affordable than a hotel due to fewer overheads and staff costs.
Short Stay Corporate Lease Agreements
For business travellers relocating on a semi-permanent basis, taking out a short term corporate lease in an apartment complex or private home may be an attractive option. Similar to serviced apartments, corporate lease agreements are suitable for those travelling for work but are staying put in the same place for at least a month and require more space than a single room. They are popular for workers relocating temporarily for a new contract.
Learn more about your options by consulting local expert resources like Executive Living.Share