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With its convenient position between the M3 and the M5, extensive rail links and served by no fewer than four regional airports at Bristol, Bournemouth, Southampton and Exeter, Dorset is an easily accessible county. As a result, it is becoming increasingly popular as a destination in which to hold business meetings and conferences, attracting businessmen from across the globe. Whether you're looking for accommodation close to one of the county's many conference venues or a hotel that has business facilities on-site, there are plenty of Dorset business hotels to choose from, from simple stopovers to cutting-edge, contemporary establishments.
Many businessmen find themselves staying in Dorset, just for a night or two, as part of a busy schedule. While comfortable accommodation is always important, many business hotels in Dorset offer further amenities as standard, such as a work desk and high-speed internet access. If you're simply looking for somewhere to put your head down or get on with a few emails, there are plenty of budget, business hotels, such as the Suncliff Hotel in Bournemouth and the Holiday Inn Express in Poole. These are unpretentious hotels that offer all you need for a comfortable stay.
However, sometimes the need arises to find a business hotel with all the required facilities on-site. Many business hotels, such as the George Albert Hotel in Poole and the Best Western Plus The Connaught Hotel in Bournemouth offer everything you could need for a meeting, conference or training day. In addition to meeting rooms you'll find other facilities available to hire such as projectors, audio and visual aids and screens. Some hotels will even cater for your event, so you can keep the team together even through lunch.
While there are bigger business hotels that can accommodate larger groups, there are some excellent conference venues in Dorset for those really big events. The Bournemouth International Centre is a prime example, offering huge capacity, alongside everything you could need to make your conference run smoothly. There are plenty of hotels nearby, such as the Durley Dean Hotel and the Village Hotel Bournemouth, making access to the venue even easier.
Dorset is a spectacular backdrop against which to do business and the growing number of business hotels should appeal to all tastes and all budgets.