21 Life Hacks Every Business Traveler Needs To Know

Below is an infographic which looks at ‘21 life hacks every business traveler needs to know‘ and, to put it simply, it’s an invaluable resource for any entrepreneur. Everyone has to travel at some point when running a startup and, in most instances, anything which can help to reduce associated stresses and make the trip enjoyable should be greatly welcomed. For more, click here.

 

Would You Pay an Hourly Rate to Stay at This Airport Terminal Hotel?

If you’ve ever been stuck at an airport for a layover and wished you had a comfortable way to nap or unwind before your next flight, Yotel may have the solution.

Yotel, a luxury hotel chain, will soon open a new location at Terminal 2E in Paris’s Chatrles de Gaulle airport with modern amenities such as self-check in and check out stations. The Paris location is expected to open on July 1. The airport Yotel is intended for travelers with early flights or layovers, Buying Business Travel reports. Customers can rent a room for the night, but they also have the option of booking a room by the hour.

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Would You Pay an Hourly Rate to Stay at This Airport Terminal Hotel?

San Francisco again ranked most expensive US city for business travel

San Francisco has once again been ranked most expensive US city for business travel. But the big surprise in an annual study of hotel, rental car and dining prices is the ladder-climbing by Detroit.

The latest report by the trade publication Business Travel News, which measures prices paid by corporate travelers visiting the country’s 100 biggest cities, found that the fastest increase in hotel rates — 22.5 percent from 2014 to 2015 — was reported in Detroit, a sign perhaps that the Motor City is bouncing back from its 2013 bankruptcy.

Detroit’s average nightly hotel rate of $198 is still a bargain compared with San Francisco, the city with the highest corporate hotel rate of $370 a night.

Detroit’s average nightly hotel rate of $198 is still a bargain compared with San Francisco, the city with the highest corporate hotel rate of $370 a night.

When hotel and car rental rates and dining costs are added, San Francisco leads the country with business travelers paying a daily average of $547.

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