Many people like travelling – whether on holiday, visiting relatives/ friends, or for work, travelling must be fun and stress-free. One should make this time away from home more enjoyable by planning ahead and considering accommodations, luggage, transportation, time management and recreation… all ahead.
Start off by choosing a business hotel carefully. In Malta there are plenty of hotels that cater for such a niche. Your business hotel should have the necessary amenities to work with and if possible other leisure and comfort facilities that will make your business trip easy. A hotel must offer internet service and possibly WIFI access in your room with a solid bandwidth. A good amount of outlets where you can plug in your laptop, phone charger, and other useful gadgets should be around in the room as well.
Remember to check for electricity and plug-in power strips of the location you are heading to. Of course good lighting within the room is a must, while a desk and a comfortable chair will make your life painless and simple. Further out from you room, one must ensure that lobby services and business centers are present within the hotel – conference rooms and halls are a must for your meetings in Malta.
More than just the friendly service and the available amenities, a business hotel must have good food, be centrally located, surrounded with transport connections, and nice views where you can easily go out for a jog or for a walk early mornings before breakfast.
Once you choose the right business hotel (which won’t hurt your budget much), get your luggage done – buy travel toiletries which won’t take much space and which will serve for how long you’ll be away. Don’t overdo it with clothes; take along with you a variety of shirts and ties, or blouses and cardigans if females, all matching with your favourite suite.
Once you’re on your business trip, you need not worry about such minor things anymore. Keep focused on your work. If there is any free time available, then just enjoy some walk around the seafront at Sliema or any other coast in Malta.