Las Vegas's Business Travel Hotel Hot Spots
Best Hi-Tech Hotel: Aria Resort & Casino, Las Vegas
Tired of spotty Wi-Fi and outdated lobby workstations? These days, more hotels are redefining business travel with high-tech amenities. At the forefront is the Aria in the new Las Vegas City Center. Walk into your room at the Aria, and the shades automatically rise as the lights brighten. Rooms feature bedside touchscreens for controlling the shades, lighting, temperature, TV, and an electronic do-not-disturb sign. Resortwide Wi-Fi access costs $15 a day, which means you can spend your downtime computing by one of the property's three pools.
Cost: $149 a night and up.
Location: 3730 Las Vegas Boulevard
Best Alternative to the Hotel Treadmill: Westin Hotels Guided Running Tours
Many runners will tell you that one of the best things about the sport is the fact that it's free. Thankfully, someone at Westin Hotels seems to agree; the company's hotels in 30 cities employ a "running concierge" who leads guests on three-mile runs three mornings a week, free of charge. Now there's no excuse not to break free from the hotel treadmill.
Location: 160 East Flamingo Road
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