Hanoi, one of the two biggest business hubs in Vietnam, is never less travellers coming to as a business destination. With the increasing trend of global integration, business travel has become a significant part of business success. Unlike years before, business trip was all about the long flight trip followed by a series of meetings, presentations or contract signing ceremony. Today, business trip is becoming a true travel experience for those who enjoy it.
According to recent survey of Virgin Atlantic, today’s business traveler has managed to bring themselves into the hybrid experience of work and leisure, trying to eliminate the borderline between personal and business needs. “Our research shows that there is a new mindset in today’s business traveler. They’re not just a business person on their way to a meeting, but an individual thinking about making the most of every opportunity they find themselves in,” said Chris Rossi, senior vice president, North America, Virgin Atlantic.
Over the course of 2016, there has been a shift in business traveller’s demand. The fact that others do the entire business schedule for a traveller is far fall behind. Today, businesses need to undertake a fundamental review of their travel program, moving from traditional control mechanisms used in managing business travel today to one fit-for-purpose in the new environment. Indeed, they want to manage their own schedule to optimize the time for both business and leisure. Thus, they prefer the hotel’s location where it fits the most.
Consequently, the matter of where to stay becomes the most considerable than ever. Market need is transforming from quiet zone, even far from city’s center, to more crowded areas with easy access to city’s attractions and better chance to experience the local food culture. Business travelers coming to Hanoi now prefer to stay in streets lying in the center of Hanoi capital. From there, they can walk around to see, eat and enjoy the night life of the city in the evening when long working hours have left. At Hanoi old quarter, travellers can easily try any street food while walking, which has become the quintessence of Hanoi’s beauty for years. Another plus point for staying at city center is that at those streets, the traffic jam is hardly to be seen thanks to the smart structure of road system built a long time ago under the French colonial period.
Consisting of 6 hotels locating in 6 different streets in Hanoi old quarter, Elegance, La Siesta and Elite are three brand names under Elegance Hospitality Group. It is worth to mention the hotels’ locations as one big plus point to any travellers, no matter business or leisure one. Get off the frustration from being stuck in the middle of your way, forget the long road to city’s attractions, business travellers find it most convenient while staying in these hotel with efficient sound-proof system to ensure the tranquility, full package of leisure service to optimize their trip and easy access to any meeting point within the city.
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