Waking up to a beautiful view of the Sydney Opera House or even the amazing white-sand beaches of northern Australia is the only way to go! When traveling for business for in Australia, you should stay in a hotel that provides all the amenities you’ll need. In Australia, whichever your preference for location is, there’s a hotel down under ready to pamper you. Although there are many things to consider, you want to most of all have a hotel that can support business needs such as a great place to meet clients or contacts while still providing you with many of the comforts you need.
Although many would not see Australia as a business hub (as they would maybe London or Tokyo) there are so many amazing things going on in Australia right now, you shouldn’t count it out just yet. Plus the hotels are simply beautiful and often located near great restaurants. Here are just a few of the hotel’s clients have told us they love staying in.
Traveling for Business in Australia
The Langham Hotel, Melbourne, Australia
An alternative to the busy Central Business District hotels, the beautiful English-style at the Langham is a great choice. Opened in 205, it’s located at the Southbank near the Royal Botanic Gardens. It’s close to restaurants, entertainment and has a gracious staff that’s eager to support you during your trip. It also has an amazing Wellness Spa offering amenities that’s not to be missed! If you want to feel as if you’re staying the lap of luxury, then this is the hotel for you!
Park Hyatt, Melbourne, Australia
This well-rounded 20-story hotel near Fitzroy Gardens downtown stands out for its Art Deco–style interiors and a top-notch spa. It’s got breathtaking views and boasts great restaurants to meet clients. This hotel has a more modern flair and makes a statement at night (as you can see from the image). Guests say the staff is friendly and very attentive. We’ve also heard there are some wonderful places to eat.
InterContinental, Sydney, Australia
Just south of Sydney Harbour, the InterContinental hotel is adjacent to the Royal Botanic Gardens and only a 10-minute walk from the Opera House. It’s so close to all the sights and sounds of Australia that it makes booking a stay here for business really easy. Enjoy great amenities too! People have told us that the hotel has a classic charm, plenty of spaces to meet clients and a staff that’s well versed in business travelers. This means you’ll be able to be well taken care of when it comes to long stays or short stay overs for business.
Which hotel would you like to visit? Have you stayed in any of these hotels? We’d love to hear your top picks for business stays in Australia.