CNNMoney.com recently put together a list of the best business hotels.
1.Twelve Centennial Park, Atlanta
Rates: From $189
Highlights: Full business amenities in an all-suite boutique hotel on Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta. Reserve the executive boardroom for power meetings.
2.Thompson Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Rates: From $299
Highlights: Travelers to L.A. have long complained that the Westside has gotten a bit staid (most of the new hotel action in recent years has centered on Santa Monica and the Sunset Strip). That’s changing with the December 2007 opening of Thompson Beverly Hills, sister to SoHo’s 60 Thompson. The former Best Western is now a strikingly hip study in modernism, after a major redo by Dodd Mitchell Design.
Interiors feature mirrors and dramatic lighting; king platform beds have headboards with mood lights and linens by Sferra. While solace seekers might be put off by the Thompson’s sometimes raucous vibe, nightlife lovers have everything they need: sushi at an outpost of New York’s BONDST and the bi-level rooftop bar, pool, and fitness center, which opens in June.
3. InterContinental, Boston
Rates: From $466
Highlights: Spectacular city and harbor views, plus biz-friendly perks like an onsite tech concierge for laptop meltdowns.
4.The Liberty Hotel, Boston
Rates: From $295
Highlights: It’s no mystery how this hotel got its name: The building began life in 1851 as the Charles Street Jail. A thorough renovation (the last of the prisoners left in 1990) has mixed a few historical details, such as vestiges of jail cells in the lobby, with luxurious amenities befitting the Liberty’s location in Beacon Hill. Travelers can take advantage of the 24-hour fitness center, free overnight shoeshine, VoIP phones with touchscreen hotel services, and a special “solitary dining” room-service menu, where you can mix and match items to customize a meal.
Don’t miss: The cheekily named Clink restaurant.
5.Trump International, Chicago
Rates: From $525
Highlights: Tech-savvy concierges, plus a 23,000-square-foot wellness center, healthy room service, and a pool overlooking the Chicago River.
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