There’s more to life than working, but unfortunately money makes the world go around. When business and travel collides make life easier by staying at a hotel that specialises in corporate travel. For more information on corporate travel in Australia, contact your personal travel manager.
Sheraton on the Park Hotel – Sydney
Located 15 minutes away from Kingsford Smith Airport, The Sheraton is a top destination for business conferences.
The Sheraton boasts 18 meeting rooms and a capacity for nearly 1000 guests. Most conference rooms overlook the park and smaller meetings can be hosted in the luxury suites on the top floor, with panoramic views of Sydney. The hotel has a spa with five treatment rooms and an impressive menu of massages, including hot stone and deep tissue.
Hilton – Darwin
You know where you are with a Hilton Hotel, and the Hilton Darwin is no exception. The hotel offers a range of executive suites that benefit from exclusive access to the business lounge. The small meeting room has breathtaking sea views and high speed Wi-Fi, providing an idyllic location for casual business meeting.
Pullman – Brisbane
The Pullman Brisbane King George Square has the city’s largest hotel conference facilities, boasting room for more than 1,000 guests. Three of the rooms are boardrooms and all rooms can be laid out to suit their purpose, from a conference to a classroom. The Pullman is also just 15 km away from Brisbane Airport.
The hotel’s executive lounge provides a tranquil retreat with all the resources of an office, including wireless Internet and a fax machine. The hotel’s impressive leisure facilities include a heated rooftop pool and fitness centre.
Westin – Melbourne
The Westin Melbourne provides CEO-quality accommodation without the executive price tag. With access to the Westin wellness center and the option of several conference spaces, the Westin is an ideal corporate venue, less than 30 minutes from Tullamarine Airport.
The Westin prides itself on sustainability, offering ‘green meetings’ that minimise carbon emissions. By closely aligning themselves with companies dedicated to a green future, The Westin’s conference rooms have become popular with ethically conscious businesses.
The Stamford Plaza – Adelaide
The Stamford Plaza markets itself as a conference centre, with an array of meeting rooms. The largest can accommodate 130 guests and be converted into a theatre, complete with audio/visual aids. The hotel also offers a ‘business saver’ package that includes shirt pressing and unlimited broadband access.
Situated in the centre of Adelaide, The Stamford Plaza is only15 minutes from Adelaide Airport.
Novotel – Canberra
The Novotel Canberra, located in the heart of the CBD, is one of the capital’s premier conference centres. The hotel underwent a multi million-dollar refurbishment in 2009, including the addition of seven function rooms. The largest meeting room benefits from three-stage lighting, the latest audiovisual equipment and onsite technical support.
Henry Jones Art Hotel – Hobart
The Henry Jones Art Hotel is situated on Hobart’s idyllic waterfront and many suites offer stunning harbor views. The hotel cum art gallery hosts 300 pieces of artwork in their ever changing exhibition, with contemporary pieces adorning each of their 56 rooms.
The Henry Jones Art Hotel boasts a choice of eateries and even a fully equipped gym, furthermore Hobart airport is less than twenty minutes drive away.
Duxton Hotel – Perth
When in Perth on business, the Duxton is the place to stay. Only 17 km away from the airport, the Duxton offers both luxury and convenience.
The lavishly decorated hotel has two floors dedicated to corporate functions with state-of-art audiovisual technology. The most exclusive conference space in the timber paneled ballroom with flat screen TVs and natural lighting.
Everyone deserves a bit of rest and relaxation, especially after a long day of meetings, and what better way than by using the hotels extensive leisure facilities that include a gym, swimming pool and spa.
Find out more from your local, personal travel manager. Visit http://www.travelmanagers.com.au/ptm-search/