We've picked the top hotels for business travelers in America's most important cities for the suit-and-tie set. Sealing the deal was never so easy as at these premier establishments:
Though the Benjamin is marketed primarily to business travelers, its spa and fitness center, central location, tasteful luxury, outstanding restaurant, and richly comfortable rooms combine to make it a solid choice for well-heeled visitors of all kinds.The sleep theme is a hightlight, and will help ensure business travelers get a good night's sleep; its features include a sleep concierge, pillow menu, and available amenities such as white noise machines, satin sleep masks, "sleep snacks," and and a dream dictionary.
Business Perks: The Benjamin is marketed primarily to business travelers, with a central location, tasteful luxury, and richly comfortable rooms. All rooms have kitchenettes, the fitness center is solid, and there's a bar that's popular with a post-work business crowd. Custom menus are designed for meetings by Geoffrey Zakarian, whose restaurant — The National — in located within the hotel, and a meeting consultant is on-site to assist with all planning.