Best Business Hotels in the World
Business HotelThe hotel was named World's Best Business Hotel for 2013 by Travel Leisure.
55 floors: 205 metres (673 ft)
Business HotelThe hotel's second floor business center features two separate meeting rooms to accommodate up to three and seven executives respectively. It's open 24 hours a day and it can provide translation and secretarial services, personal computers and printers.
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Business HotelMeeting/banquet facilities and a business center are available.
Business HotelThere are 5 meeting rooms available; business amenities also include a 24-hour business center.
Business HotelIf you plan a meeting, you will find special rooms available for hire; business amenities also include a business center.
Business HotelA 24-hour business center with secretarial services, translation services and computers is available at the hotel.
Business HotelThe hotel offers 416 sq. mt. of meeting space, 13 meeting rooms and a business center.
Business HotelBusiness services and amenities include 24-hour business services, audiovisual equipment, computers, complimentary high speed internet, private working stations, translation and interpretation services and secretarial services.
InfoJust 5 minutes on foot from a metro station, this luxury, high-rise hotel overlooks the gardens and lakes of Tokyo Imperial Palace.
Business HotelExecutive Business Center and services.
InfoA dramatically reborn 15th-century convent with a mere 118 rooms and suites, the intimate Four Seasons is steps from Milan's couture houses and financial district on the exclusive Via Gesù between Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga.
In one of Italy’s most fashionable shopping districts, find a 15th-century convent transformed into an urban sanctuary of luxury and comfort. A dramatically reborn convent with a mere 118 rooms and suites, this hotel is steps from Milan's couture houses and financial district on the exclusive Via Gesù between Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga. Historians soon unravelled the story of an old convent that had been converted to a private residence in the late 1700s, when many of the features of the ancient church and cloister were hidden. Before long, frescos and stuccos emerged – many dating to Medieval times – and today they are part of the distinct décor that characterises the Hotel, including the spectacular soaring ceilings of its most favoured guest rooms.