Popular Business Hotels in Business Cities for Corporate Meetings and Events Stays for International Travel

Many event and meeting planners search travel booking engines to compare proposed hotel rates on corporate events are a good deal. So do the business travelers who attend business meetings and events in cities around the world. And this is an excellent time to find savings at business hotels. For those seeking quality business hotels […]

Many event and meeting planners search travel booking engines to compare proposed hotel rates on corporate events are a good deal. So do the business travelers who attend business meetings and events in cities around the world. And this is an excellent time to find savings at business hotels.

For those seeking quality business hotels in business cities, we’ve selected business hotels that meet our criteria for your consideration. Of course, these only represent a sample of the best hotel rates available in our booking engine of more than 75,000 hotels and more than 50,000 specially negotiated discount rates through the Save Rate hotel program. If you’re looking for a hotel stay in any of these cities:

  • Barcelona, Spain – Majestic
  • Cancun, Mexico – Moon Palace Golf & Resort
  • Berlin, Germany – Grand Hotel Esplanade Berlin
  • Chicago, IL, USA – Hyatt Regency Chicago
  • Las Vegas, NV, USA – Bellagio
  • (Lisbon Region) Estoril, Portugal – Palacio Estoril Hotel
  • London, UK – Royal Horseguards
  • Madrid, Spain – Gran Melia Fenix

I stayed at the Royal Horseguards this summer. The guest rooms are generous in size, the service is excellent, and the location is convenient within central London along the River Thames within Westminster. The Royal Horseguards is a French-style chateau hotel with contemporary amenities and traditional British hospitality. Its meeting space is held in the adjacent One Whitehall Place, and is perhaps some of the most unique space in London.

This video clip from a fundraiser at the hotel after its reopening will give you a good sense of the property, and demonstrates an event at the hotel.

Originally Published September 9, 2009

Rob is editor of Business Travel Destinations. He was voted among the top 10 business travel bloggers by USA TODAY 10Best. Rob reviews international destinations for meetings and events — where business travelers go, the hotels where they stay and their lifestyle preferences on the road. He spent more than a decade planning hundreds of corporate events throughout the U.S. for a Fortune 50 company, including meetings, conferences, seminars, executive retreats and other special events. Rob was previously the event planning guide for About.com (owned by The New York Times Company) from 2007 – 2011. His articles have appeared in business travel publications and travel sites internationally.