Well well well...as if each and every one of us couldn't have single-handedly crafted this article ourselves. That said...it's kind of nice to know if my opinion is WAY OFF as compared to everyone else. I'm a Marriott gal, personally, and occasionally can be considered a Starwood whore if The W is even tangentially involved.
Anyway - check out what everyone else apparently thinks:
From the current issue of Consulting Magazine...
"Let’s face it: There may be no profession better suited to determine the best places to stay. Where business is, consultants will travel accordingly. And travel. And travel. For decades, you and your fellow consultants have found new ways to redefine the term “road warrior.” As a profession, you are battle tested, and you have the scars to prove it. Not that you’re complaining. Lots of travel means lots of business, and so far, 2007 is no exception. The profession continues to bounce back in a big way from the doldrums of just a few years ago, and as such you must take to the road to meet client demands – even if it means packing all your mouthwash and toothpaste in quantities of three ounces or less..."
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