For frequent business travelers, a hotel is more than just a place to sleep during a trip. It’s often the place to conduct business, stay in shape and replenish after a long day of marathon meetings. While a hotel will never replace your home, we found a few that try to come fairly close in terms of comfort and amenities.
Condé Nast Traveler created a list of the 30 best business hotels in the United States. It includes hotels on the East Coast, West Coast and big cities in between. On our next trip to Dallas, we plan on checking out the Hotel Zaza. It looks like the perfect, elegant getaway after a day of meetings.
Travel + Leisure surveyed readers to assemble its list of the world’s best business travel hotels. The Mandarin Oriental looks like a great choice for anyone traveling to Hong Kong. Guests can combat jetlag before a big presentation in any of the hotel’s three Chinese herbal steam rooms.
For business travelers on a budget, USAToday readers and travel review site, 10Best, ranked the Best Budget Hotel Brands in the U.S. The Red Roof Inn came in the number one spot for its comfortable mattresses, upgraded towels and large flat screen televisions.  
Business Insider and worked together to find the best hotels in the U.S. for less than $200 a night. At $199 per night, the Hotel Monaco in Chicago won us over. It offers premium toiletries and cozy bathrobes – as well as a complimentary goldfish roommate upon request. No need to be without a pet on your business trip! The same chain offers complimentary yoga kits to its guests in Portland.
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