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This article is brought to you by Far East Hospitality.
There are three types of business travellers. Which group does yours fall under? Understand your road warriors’ preferences in order to make the best accommodation decisions for them.
“Booking an accommodation for a business traveller is simple,” said no one ever.
Today, this stressful task can fall into the hands of anyone – a human resource practitioner, a personal secretary, or an administrative staff.
A key challenge involves picking a serviced residence that suits business travellers’ varying psychographics and preferences.
Fret not! Here are three types of business travellers and the types of serviced residences suited to their needs.
Health-conscious business travellers believe in wellness-on-the-go. They seek experiences that will allow them to take care of themselves both mentally and physically.
Some serviced residences have introduced new offerings that cater to these individuals. One example is Far East Hospitality’s Oasia Residence, Singapore. Its suite of wellness offerings includes an outdoor aqua gym where guests can enjoy a therapeutic full-body workout.
Urban explorers are a category of business travellers who love to soak in the sights and sounds of vibrant precincts.
Far East Hospitality’s Village brand of serviced residences located at Clarke Quay, Hougang, Robertson Quay, and West Coast caters to just that. At each of these serviced residences, guests can sign up for a precinct walking tour. Led by a guest executive, the guided tour brings guests around the neighbourhood to eat, play, and explore like a local.
Then, there are the traditional business travellers who seek the conventional choice. They want their accommodation to be easily accessible to the city, food, and entertainment places.
Far East Hospitality’s portfolio of serviced residences that serve these travellers include Far East Plaza Residences, Orchard Parksuites, Orchard Scotts Residences, and Regency House. These properties are situated in or along Orchard Road which allows the business traveller to conveniently explore a wide variety of retail, dining, and entertainment options.
To select the most suitable serviced residence, one must understand the different types of business travellers. That way, one can book an accommodation that will meet the business travellers’ expectations and needs.
For more information on Far East Hospitality’s collection of serviced residences, please visit www.StayFarEast.com/Serviced-Residences.
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