[photopress:Days_Inn_Business_Center.jpg,full,alignright]Days Inn Business Place brand is at it sounds. A hotel designed for the business traveler.Harry Tan, president and CEO of Days Inn China, said, ‘The Days Inn Business Place is designed with the business traveler in mind and is ready come in to the Chinese market.’
So each room has an oversized spacious work area and chair, high intensity lighting, desk lamp, easy to reach data port and electrical outlets, a full size ironing board and iron, a coffee maker, an in room snack pack and beverage for every night of their stay. Free local calls, free broadband internet connection and Wi-Fi broadband internet connection in public areas and chargers for mobile phone available at the Front Desk. (The illustration is of the Days Inn Business Place in Denver, Colorado which the writer stayed at last year. The one’s in China will probably be a bit more flash. Less in the American Traditional style.)
The Business Center has fax machines (bit dated now but they are still being used. And, useless bit of trivia, they date from 1853. And, not, that is not a mistake.)
Days Inn China entered the Chinese market in 2004 and this adds to its range of brands. Days Inn China has already signed three Days Inn Business Places: Days Inn Business Place Diderenhe Yinchuan, Days Inn Business Place Yinfeng Beijing and Days Inn Business Place Shenyang.
Harry Tan says, ‘Days Inn China will continue to develop more Days Inn Business Place in Beijing, Tianjin, Guangzhou and other cities as well.’ It is a remarkably good idea. The sort of place that any perpetually perambulating business person could work from.