Best Bleisure hotels have been announced

Best Bleisure hotels have been announced

We have turned into a generation of ‘Bleisure’ travellers, who combine work trips with play by adding leisure time to business jaunts.

Hotels.com has revealed its stand-out collection of five of the ‘Best for Business’* hotels that will appeal to today’s ‘Bleisure’ travellers. All these hotels are winners in the prestigious Hotels.com Loved by Guests Awards 2016.

Exclusive rooftops, personal secretaries throughout your stay, 24 hour restaurants, and complimentary day rooms to use between flights, are just some of the many features today’s business travellers can enjoy at the top business hotels around the globe, according to accommodation expert Hotels.com.

The guests are the judges in this annual awards program. Pulled from almost 20 million genuine and trusted reviews from guests who have actually checked-in, the Loved by Guests awards recognises those hotels who have achieved the best average guest review rating.

Here’s the pick of the bunch that will allow you to work hard and play hard:

 

Best for business because … the hotel has every business need covered!

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Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, Sydney

Review Rating: 4.6 out of 5 on Hotels.com

Stay in the heart of Sydney’s business precinct at the stunning Four Seasons Hotel Sydney. The five star hotel offers a number of complimentary services and amenities to suit all any business need including an internet kiosk with free printing, complimentary wireless internet, and multi-line telephones with voicemail. Upgrade to a room with access to the hotel’s Executive Club and enjoy access to private meeting spaces, high-speed internet, and complimentary garment pressing to keep your business attire crisp!

Rooms from $255 AUD per room per night.   


Best for business because…. you can land in 4-star business comfort

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Novotel Auckland Airport 

Review Rating: 4.6 out of 5 on Hotels.com
For the busy business traveller who is always on-the-go, a stay at Novotel Auckland Airport is nothing short of convenient. The business savvy hotel has absolutely everything for the transient business traveller including a number of boardrooms and conference and event spaces, day-use rooms available from 6am to 6pm to unwind between flights, and 24-hour drinks and dining at the hotel’s The Square Restaurant to keep the hunger at bay. At the end of a busy day, retreat to your contemporary room and relax in style.
Rooms from $247 AUD per room per night.

  

Best for business because … you can mix busy business with buzzing cocktails
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New World Beijing Hotel, Beijing, China

Review Rating: 4.6 out of 5 on Hotels.com

After a long exhausting day, you can unwind at the rooftop bar YIN on 12, Beijing’s hottest must-go social hub. While you’re enjoying panoramic views of Beijing, sipping that hard earned cocktail, kick back and take in the exceptional vibe of its oriental ambience.
Rooms from $171 AUD per room per night.

 

 Best for business because … work feels more like a luxury leisure retreat
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The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan, Jakarta, Indonesia

Review Rating: 4.6 out of 5 on Hotels.com

You’re opening the door to pure luxury when you step inside this elegant hotel in Jakara’s business district. With its modern amenities this hotel offers a business trip experience unlike any other. For when you’re in work mode, the menu of business services is impressive, there is even an option to have your own personal secretary throughout your stay. When it’s time to play, both restaurants are superb, there is a spa and you can indulge in some karaoke!

Rooms from $223 AUD per room per night.

 

Best for business because… luxury and relaxation is all around you


JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong

Review Rating: 4.6 out of 5 on Hotels.com

Treat yourself after a hard day at work with a visit to the hotel’s Health Club and enjoy massage treatments, complimentary Pilates classes and a relaxing session in the sauna. Venture outside to enjoy a refreshing dip in the hotel’s heated pool, which is surrounded by lush greenery, and offers scenic mountain views. Easily impress your client’s with a fancy evening out at one of the hotel’s eight on-site restaurants, bars and lounges, each with their own distinct personalities.

Rooms from $413 AUD per room per night.

 

All business and award-winning hotels can be booked online via Hotels.com. 

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