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Bleisure Travel 2017: How Business Travelers Are Using The Latest Travel Trend

March 23rd, 2017 /

One of my go-to airplane small-talk questions—“How was your trip”—has recently made me feel a serious amount of travel FOMO. Over the past year or so, I’ve heard more exciting stories of leisure, adventure, and relaxation while on the road than ever. One recent seat partner was coming home from four days in my home […]

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Traveling Executives Share How To Cure Jet Lag When Coming Home From Business Trips

March 21st, 2017 /

I’m no stranger to jet lag. After traveling on business for much of my career, I’m well-versed in the tired feeling that hits you at 4pm, the inability to fall asleep every night, and the general fatigue that comes with being a road warrior. Jet lag is the absolute worst thing about business travel as […]

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How Business Travelers Can Save Time With The Global Distribution System (GDS)

March 17th, 2017 /

My favorite travel agent is a gruff, middle-aged man who works in a small office down the street. He’s owned the agency for twenty-five years and knows just about everything there is to know about the travel industry. He’s the first person I turn to when I need help planning and booking a vacation or […]

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Traveling To Nevada For Work? A Guide To The Best Business Hotels In Las Vegas

March 15th, 2017 /

Out of 150,000 hotel rooms in Las Vegas, I landed one with a marvelous sunset view overlooking the glitz and glamour of the Strip—and in one of the city’s finest 5-star resorts, no less. Of all the places to take a business trip, Vegas might just be my favorite. Not only have some of my […]

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The Future of Women in Corporate America: How Business Culture Is Going to Change

March 9th, 2017 /

Support for women’s rights in the United States has been astounding this year. From the Women’s March in January to A Day Without A Woman—an event that happened earlier this week on International Women’s Day—this 50.8% of the US population is making quite the statement. However, policy is not the only aspect of society that […]

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The Benefits Of Airline Alliances: How Business Travelers Can Get The Most Out Of The System

March 6th, 2017 /

Even as a frequent flier, I learn new industry terms every day. I normally don’t pay attention to the fact that my cross-country flight may have multiple flight numbers, but after “code sharing” cropped up in business class, I gave my ticket a second look. The three major airline alliances exist to make global travel […]

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Why You Need A Hotel Travel Agent: Inside The Mind Of A Personal Reservationist

March 3rd, 2017 /

To give you an inside look into the benefits of booking your hotel stays with JetLux, we’ve invited one of our personal reservationists to share her experience. Mandy’s primary task as part of our team is to connect with each client and provide the best hotel rooms for their needs. On the other side of […]

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How to Find the Best Hotels in NYC When You’re Traveling on Business

March 2nd, 2017 /

When you first enter New York City as a business traveler, it may feel as though you’ve entered a whole different world. Somehow, currency doesn’t buy as much as it did in Jersey. Between the Upper East Side and Soho, you’ve got an almost unlimited choice of hotels on every single block. How on earth […]

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Traveling Alone? Safety Tips for Women Business Travelers

February 24th, 2017 /

If you’re a woman who’s frequently on the road for business, a few precautionary safety tips can provide extra peace of mind during solo trips.

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How to Combine Credit Cards for the Best Business Travel Experience

February 23rd, 2017 /

When I travel, I try to maximize my points by striking a balance between the right credit card combinations. Here’s a look at one recent business trip.

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Is Business Travel Bad for Your Health? The Risks of Alcohol, Depression, and Relationship Stress

February 18th, 2017 /

Business travel doesn’t have to be synonymous with “health hazard,” but if you’re making a career of it, I’d suggest keeping an eye out for a few warning signs.

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Airbnb Versus the Hotel Industry: A Business Traveler’s Comparison

February 16th, 2017 /

Should business travelers be jumping on board the Airbnb train? Here’s why I’ll continue to support the hotel industry for the foreseeable future.

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Credit Card Theft 2017: How to Prevent Fraud When You’re a Frequent Traveler

February 11th, 2017 /

Preventing fraud when you regularly travel across the country for business isn’t easy. These are the measures I take to avoid credit card theft.

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What Should Frequent Flyers Do to Kill Time During a Flight Delay or Cancellation at JFK?

February 10th, 2017 /

JFK flight delays can be maddening if you’re traveling for work. A little mindfulness (and few good restaurant options) can help the time pass smoothly.

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As Private Jet Companies Expand Service in the USA, Business Travelers Wonder, “Is It Worth It?”

February 4th, 2017 /

What business traveler wouldn’t love a private flight? Chartered jet services offer luxury and can be surprisingly affordable–but have a few drawbacks.

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New Hotel Technology Trends: What Business Travelers Are Trying Out in 2017

February 2nd, 2017 /

I’m excited about what this year will bring for hotel technology trends. Here’s a look at which new gadgets and services chains are experimenting with.

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Master Your Flexible Rewards Credit Card to Access Business Travel “Sweet Spots”

January 28th, 2017 /

A flexible rewards credit card gives you plenty of options. But for frequent travelers, the trick is figuring out which of those options are a good deal.

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How Business Travel is Likely to Change in 2017: Trends to Watch for When Flying

January 26th, 2017 /

2017 does offer a few new annoyances for frequent business travelers, but on the whole, flying is likely to be (slightly) less of a hassle. Here’s why.

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Does a “Best” OTA Loyalty Program for Business Travelers Really Exist?

January 21st, 2017 /

If you’ve ever clicked through booking websites as you wait at the airport, you’ll know many claim to offer the best OTA loyalty program. But is there one?

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Why Are Airline Ancillary Charges Increasingly Common? What Business Travelers Should Know

January 18th, 2017 /

I still dream of days when flying meant free checked bags and in-flight meals. But airline ancillary charges are here to stay–and here’s why.

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How Business Travelers Can Get Their Best Night’s Sleep in a Hotel Room–Ever

January 13th, 2017 /

If you share my insomniac tendencies, sleeping in new hotel rooms night after night can be rough. Here’s the routine I follow to ensure I’m well-rested.

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Was Airport Satisfaction Really That High in 2016? A Business Traveler’s Perspective

January 12th, 2017 /

Airport satisfaction for 2016 was surprisingly high. But the priorities of frequent business travelers often differ from the general public. Here’s my take.

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The Best Hotel Rewards Credit Cards for Business Travel in 2017

January 7th, 2017 /

No one needs more clutter in their wallet. If you’re looking for the best hotel rewards credit card, I’d suggest holding out for an option you’ll truly use.

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Major Airline News for 2017: How “the Big Four” Will Vie for Your Business

January 5th, 2017 /

Changes made by the Big Four aren’t always that exciting for business travelers, but pay attention to a few pieces of major airline news for 2017.

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Business Travel Apps You Need for 2017

December 30th, 2016 /

Start 2017 on the right foot by making your business trips as convenient as possible–with the help of a few good apps. Here’s what’s worth downloading.

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Wine Enthusiast? Business Traveler? How to Transport Fragile Bottles When Flying

December 28th, 2016 /

Flying with wine doesn’t have to mean a ruined suit and a stained carry-on. Through trial and error, I’ve discovered some fairly foolproof techniques.

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What Small Business Travelers Need to Know About Hotel Rate Parity

December 22nd, 2016 /

Hotel rate parity is the reason it’s so hard to find consistent discounts when you book. But there are still ways frequent business travelers can save.

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Flying Home for Christmas? Tips for Business Travelers on Snagging Last-Minute Flights

December 20th, 2016 /

If business travel has called you away from your loved ones, flying home for Christmas is still a possibility. You just need to be strategic about how you book.

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Tipping Advice for International Business Travelers Visiting the USA

December 17th, 2016 /

If you’re traveling to the USA on business, tipping customs can be an unnecessary source of stress. Here’s my advice on who, why, and how much to tip.

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Is TSA Precheck Worth It? Pros and Cons for Frequent Business Travelers

December 15th, 2016 /

If you fly frequently, you might wonder about TSA Precheck. Is the hassle of signing up worth the shortened wait in the security line? It depends.

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My Holiday Wishlist: Luxury Gift Ideas for Business Travelers

December 10th, 2016 /

Gift ideas for frequent business travelers can be hard: what do you get someone who’s never home? Here are the portable luxuries that make my own life on the road easier.

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What Frequent Business Travelers Should Understand about Airline Fare Codes

December 8th, 2016 /

Airline fare codes are complex, but if you fly frequently for business, a working knowledge of them can help you save money and earn miles faster.

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How Expert Business Travelers Maximize Per Diem to Travel in Style

December 2nd, 2016 /

Traveling well on a per diem is less about cutting costs than it is about spending strategically. Here are the expenses I prioritize while on the road.

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After-Work Entertainment to Put the Holiday Spirit in Los Angeles Business Travelers

November 28th, 2016 /

The holiday season is officially here. If business travel in Los Angeles doesn’t leave you feeling festive, try a few of these entertainment options in your leisure hours.

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How to Overcome Loneliness and Stay Connected to Your Loved Ones when Traveling for Business

November 25th, 2016 /

Business travel loneliness is an all-too-common experience for many of us. Creative ways of staying in touch with family and friends can help lessen the sting.

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Credit Cards with the Best Flight Rewards Programs for Frequent Business Travelers

November 24th, 2016 /

If you’re a business owner who’s frequently on the road, determining the best travel credit card for your circumstances will help you earn more perks.

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Using Video Conferencing to Improve Company Morale While Traveling for Business

November 18th, 2016 /

While travel is often key to growing your small business, keeping up with your own company from afar is challenging. Video conferencing can bridge the gap.

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Treat Yourself Better: Avoiding Business Travel Burnout Through a Self-Care Routine

November 17th, 2016 /

Business travel burnout is a hazard of the trade for many CEOs and small business owners, but I’ve found the right self-care routine makes a world of difference.

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Where Frequent Business Travelers Can Find the Most Unique Hotel Perks

November 15th, 2016 /

As a business traveler, you’re probably tired of fruit baskets and bottled water. But more unique hotel perks await at these luxury properties.

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How to Grow Your Small Business Through Strategic Travel Decisions

November 12th, 2016 /

Business travel can help grow your small business, but you’ve got to be choosy about which situations merit a trip. Here’s the litmus test I use as a CEO.

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Is Business Class Worth It? How to Get New Clients by Talking to Strangers on the Plane

November 4th, 2016 /

The true value of business class isn’t the extra leg-room. You should use your flight as an opportunity to make connections with new clients and partners.

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Is Virgin America Still the Best Airline for Business Travel?

November 3rd, 2016 /

Virgin America’s perks extend far beyond mood lighting. But will the company still be best airline for business travel after an Alaska Airlines buyout?

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Staying in Shape on the Road: Hotel Room Workouts for the Business Traveler

October 28th, 2016 /

A hotel room workout lets you keep up with your fitness goals even when your business trip turns unexpectedly hectic. Here are my simple, go-to exercises.

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Finding a Quiet Spot for Remote Conference Calls While Traveling

October 27th, 2016 /

Remote conference calls and travel don’t always mix well. If you’ve ever scrambled to find a quiet spot for an impromptu meeting, try one of these go-to methods.

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How Road Warriors Can Work Out at the Gym for Cheap While Traveling

October 21st, 2016 /

Business travel can sometimes put a kink in your workout schedule, but if you’re creative, there are plenty of cheap options for staying fit on the road.

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A Small Business Owner’s Guide to Understanding Hotel Booking Fees

October 20th, 2016 /

Hotel booking fees can seem incomprehensible at times. If you’re a small business owner who travels frequently, here’s what to know.

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Where to Host a Last-Minute Business Meeting in Chicago

October 14th, 2016 /

Sometimes, when traveling, you just need a spot to host a last-minute meeting. And if you’re in Chicago, I’ve got a few suggestions for where to look.

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Dog-Friendly Luxury Hotels for Combining Business and Personal Travel

October 13th, 2016 /

Cooper, our company dog, is sometimes my travel buddy. Bringing him along is a great excuse to stay at these dog-friendly luxury hotels across the country.

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Packing for a Business Trip: A List for Traveling Professionals

October 12th, 2016 /

The right list (and a few packing tips), make preparing for frequent business trips much less of a hassle. Here’s what I’d suggest.

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How Frequent Travelers Can Get Cheap Seat Upgrades on Airlines

October 7th, 2016 /

Over the years, I’ve found that everything from your credit card to how you word your request can make a difference in the quest for an airline seat upgrade.

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How to Get Last Minute Theater Tickets in NYC

October 1st, 2016 /

With enough creativity (and enough enthusiasm for The Lion King), there’s almost always a way for frequent travelers to find Broadway tickets on short notice.

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Beating Business Travel Stress and Finding Tranquility at O’Hare Airport

September 26th, 2016 /

I’ve wasted many days of my life in airports, but I’ve at least learned to avoid business travel stress at O’Hare thanks to a few out-of-the-way amenities.

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The Business Traveler’s Guide to Power Outlets When Flying

September 21st, 2016 /

As business travelers, we’re slaves to the power outlet. But there are a few hidden tricks to keeping your devices charged when you’re at the airport.

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My Best Hotel Upgrade Story: Every Business Traveler’s Secret Wish Come True

September 15th, 2016 /

It’s the wee hours of Tuesday morning. My flight has been delayed. And my room got canceled. If you’re a seasoned business traveler, you know this story.

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The Business Traveler’s Hotel Wish List: The Perks and Amenities We Really Want

September 7th, 2016 /

If you’re a frequent business traveler, you might have a “hotel wish list:” those little extras that make your stay enjoyable. Here’s what we’d like to see.

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Welcome to our new look

November 4th, 2015 /

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website! JetLux Hotels has partnered with Pixel Me Pink to create a new online presence.

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