Plan an Informative And Enjoyable Business Meeting

Posted on: 17 July 2017

If you own a computer software company and will be hosting an annual business meeting at a local hotel to provide employees with information about new products that will be offered in the future and upcoming changes associated with work responsibilities, the following tips will assist with preparing an event that is informative and enjoyable. Make Reservations for Guests And Prepare Information Packets If any of your employees work remotely and need to travel a long distance to attend the meeting, make reservations for them at the hotel where the meeting will be held. [Read More]

Tips For Saving Money On Your Lodging Accommodations When On Vacation

Posted on: 28 June 2017

If you have decided that now is the time to start planning your upcoming vacation, after deciding on the location, you will want to start thinking about the lodging accommodations that you need to reserve. After all, it is not as though waiting until you and your family, or friends, arrive to your destination to try to find a place to stay is the best idea. Too many things could go wrong, and you will most likely spend too much money. [Read More]

Three Ways To Make Your Next Beach Vacation As Child-Friendly As Possible

Posted on: 28 June 2017

When taking a beach vacation with your children, small details can make the trip as enjoyable as possible for parents and children alike. Check out a few ways you can make sure your trip is kid-friendly. 1. Book a Room with a View (and Preferably a Balcony) When vacationing with kids, you may need to spend more time in your room than you normally would. Small children need naps, and kids of all ages usually require more nighttime sleep than adults. [Read More]

Traveling With A Disability: Ensure That Your Hotel Can Provide These Accessible Features

Posted on: 28 June 2017

When you're traveling and you have mobility challenges, you want to book lodging at a hotel that will best suit your needs. Although you can expect hotels to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, some properties go above the beyond the minimum requirements to provide lodging that is highly comfortable for those in wheelchairs, who use walkers, or otherwise have difficulty getting around. Before you choose your hotel, don't hesitate to perform some online research and call some hotels to see how they address the following criteria. [Read More]