5 Hotels for Business Travelers on Extended Trips

Editors' pick: Originally published Jan. 18


Hotels are improving their amenities for business travelers, especially for road warriors who are seeking efficiency, easy access and comfortable work areas for extended trips.

One of the top priorities for people traveling on an extended trip is the quality of the work space, such as having enough outlets and a desk thatis large enough to hold their computer, phone and paperwork, said April Masini, a New York-based relationship and etiquette expert and author.

"The work space in a hotel room is always key for me," she said. "There has to good lighting and enough of it. I also like it when there's a comfortable lounging area that I can use for reading or entertaining."

On longer trips, Masini seeks accommodations thatfeel more like home and less like an institution.

"A mini fridge that's stocked with my favorite foods and beverages is a plus," she said.

The location, room size and amenities are always the top three priorities for long-term business travelers, said Andy Abramson, CEO of Comunicano, a Del Mar, Calif.-based marketing communications company, who travels an average of 200 days a year. Newer hotels are a favorite, because they tend to have more modern amenities than conventional full-service hotels.

"Proximity to full service and fast casual restaurants and being nearby to pharmacies, supermarkets and convenience stores are important, as there isn't always a 24-hour restaurant on the premises," he said. "They tend to have more of a breakfast and dinner hour set up and that doesn't always correspond to when I'll be hungry or on property."

Being close to a dry cleaner and a laundry is a bonus, since not all hotels offer those services seven days as week, Abramson said.

One bedroom suites are preferable over studios, so "you're not trapped in your bedroom," he said.

"Being able to walk into the kitchen, open the refrigerator and grab some bottled water or juice is also a big plus, as you can stock up and keep working without having to take a break or pay for over priced room service," Abramson said.

Since business travelers spend a large amount of their time working, really fast, reliable WiFi comes first along with good cell phone reception, he said.

"The last two amenities are a flat screen TV with open HDMI ports," Abramson said. "This way I can connect my Google Chromecast to it and use my iPad or iPhone and stream what I want to watch versus the limited channels most hotels have."

The perk that is paramount to Abramson is being able to check out later to accommodate for meetings or a different schedule.

"It's an amenity I have from Intercontinental as a Royal Ambassador and I do stay in some as long as week at a time and being able to show up whenever is great when you have a red eye arrival," he said. "A late check out is well worth the price of the rooms - they allow me until 4 p.m. without question,and I've stayed as late as 8 p.m. without the extra night being charged."

Here are five hotels thatare popular among business travelers who are on extended trips:

Located in Manhattan's Hudson Square and NoMad, these two boutique hotels opened in 2016 and tout their small modular rooms as efficient. While the average size of each Arlo Hotel room is only 150-square feet, travelers can still ask for a queen or king-sized bed thathave two USB outlets in the headboard and still have room to store their luggage and work at their flip-down desk thatcontains another USB outlet.

The hotel encourages travelers to work at its communal tables, which are located everywhere on the premises. At the Arlo Hudson Square, the open spaces have Wifi available atits rooftop bar, library, courtyard, living room setting, and indoor bar. The option to use its check-in kiosks and app make it easy for road warriors arriving at unconventional times. The empty refrigerators also allow road warriors to stock it with their own breakfast items or snacks.

"Both Arlo properties were created with the business traveler in mind," said Jenny Robinson, director of business travel of Arlo Hotels. "The 'pantry' gives guests a choice of one-of-a-kind items that they can enjoy in their room without paying the industry-standard three time mark-up of a traditional mini bar."

With locations in New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and London, the AKA hotels meld a luxury condo with a boutique hotel feeling and offer studios, one and two bedroom options. With high end furnishings, the rooms have large, full-size kitchens, long desks and the option to do laundry.

"AKA caters to the working needs of business travelers and feature complimentary conference rooms, business centers, work stations outfitted with computers, printers, and monitors, high-speed Wi-Fi, same-day valet dry cleaning and laundering services and an on-site laundry room," said Jenna Arin, managing director of AKA Wall Street. "Rather than room service, AKA provides travelers with fully equipped kitchens - making it convenient to prepare meals throughout your stay."

With 19 locations, the AC Hotels Marriott have a boutique atmosphere and are appealing to business travelers because of free Wifi, rooms thatcontain several USB outlets at the bed and desk and restaurant kallpods, which are electronic devices that have Bluetooth technology and allow guests to alert the servers when they are ready to be approached. Road warriors can thus conduct business meetings in the lounge without being interrupted by servers. When they want to order food and drinks, they can utilize the kallpods.

"The AC Hotel Chicago Downtown rooms have hardwood floors, luggage benches, allow you to access your personal Netflix account on the in-room television and complimentary bottled water in the mini fridges in each room," said Chris Zarek, general manager of AC Hotel Chicago Downtown. "We have high-speed internet because guests expect that."

Sutton Court Hotel Residences is a boutique style, extended-stay hotel located in Midtown Manhattan. The rooms are 600 square feet and the newly remodeled apartments feature large round tables in the apartment and double as a work station and/or a dining table and are "ideal for business travelers looking for a home away from home," said Katiria Astorga, assistant general manager.

Business travelers also have a direct landline, a fully equipped kitchen and DirectTV with HBO.

"Our apartments are more than a room with a view," she said.

Located globally and in 19 states, the Hotel Indigos are owned by the InterContinental Hotels Group. The Hotel Indigo Lower East Side in Manhattan offers complimentary Wi-Fi, a 14th floor sky lobby with spacious work stations and a marketplace where local snacks are sold.

"What makes Hotel Indigo Lower East Side different is the focus on being inclusive and welcoming to both guests and non-guests," said Tania Getzova, general manager. "The 14th floor workspace is open to locals to use as their workspace and they continue to use our space as a creative atmosphere to get work done and network with other likeminded individuals."

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These are considered to be high-end table materials, but it's unusual to find an entire table made of one of these materials. Instead, the material is usually incorporated into a design with wood or glass.Did you know?If a table leaf is damaged or you need a spare, check with the manufacturer. Often, extras can be ordered online.Inexpensive: Smaller dining tables with limited seating are going to be more affordable than large, ornate dining tables. These tend to cost between $80 and $200 and are perfect for a young professional couple that does not sit down at the table for meals very often.Mid-range: A moderate table that provides seating for a family of four costs from $200 to $500. This table may need to be replaced in five to 10 years, but it will withstand a plethora of messes during that time.Expensive: A larger table (which may also serve as a decorative piece) will cost more than $500. This is the type of table that may be passed on for generations - an heirloom or keepsake in the making. Thousands of dinners will be eaten on its surface by dozens of family members.• Measure the dimensions of your dining room. The traditional rule of thumb is that the table should take up one-third to one-fourth of the room.• Keep spare leaves for your dining table within easy reach. They can be added and taken off quickly, allowing you to be ready for a number of impromptu guests.• To prevent scraping a hardwood or tile floor, put pads on the bottom of the table and chair legs.Q. Does every dining table come with a set of chairs?A. No. When shopping, pay attention to the specs of the item. If it's a dining set, it most likely includes chairs. If it's labeled as a dining table, it most likely does not include chairs. You can always check the specific details, which should list the products included in the package.Q. Should the wood of my dining table match the wood of my other furniture?A. Yes and no. The wood of your dining table need not match the rest of the furniture in the house, but it should match the furniture in the room in which it resides. If you are not able to match it exactly, at least try to match dark wood with dark wood and light with light.Q. If I have two dining rooms, should I buy two of the same tables?A. Not if you do not want to. If you would like to keep up a look of symmetry and consistency, go ahead and purchase two ... but do not feel like that's your only option. The two dining rooms may have different purposes and may thus require different styles of furniture.what happens to all the props and furniture the sets when the tv shows end their run on television?i know on that 70's show the cast got to keep certain things that they wanted
Forever Events Launches New Amazing Event Planning Services Other Article From Art & Entertainment
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Modern Dining Tables for Asian Party Hosting
If you are the type of person who loves to be the house where the action is at, it may be time to take a closer look at what you have in your dining room. The dining room is now often the center of the entertaining space in a home with one of the more current trends being Asian inspired dinners.For the most part these types of Asian inspired dinners take place in modern homes, as that is the type of décor that best suits the theme. So, if you already have modern décor, your modern dining tables will suit just fine. If not, you may want to make a couple adjustments and decorate to make it feel a little more like an Asian bistro or give a similar feel.There are a couple of different ways these dinners can go:Sit Down Dinner - First you can use your modern dining tables as you usually would and have everyone take a seat around them as dinner is served. This allows time for people to really enjoy each portion of the meal as well as getting to know those that are sitting nearest to them.Social Buffet - The next option is for a social buffet. In this case you turn your modern dining tables into buffet stations with a number of items on each of them. You will also have small plates, serving items and utensils so people can try a little of everything.What and How to Serve No matter which style of dinner you are serving, there are a couple of details that you want to keep in mind.First, unless you really know the crowd you are serving to, you may want to limit the really out there food items. Asian themed meals can go from one extreme to the next. While you may have acquired a taste for sea slugs and jellyfish over the year, not all of your guests may have as gutsy of taste buds. If you are going to serve very exotic fare try to make sure that those are side dishes or items that people can opt out of and make the main meal a little more mainstream.When it comes to table settings or even the buffet settings, you want to remember, you are working within a theme here, don't mess it up with normal utensils and plates. You may want to purchase a number of rectangular sushi plates to use as your buffet plates. You can find these made out of porcelain, bamboo and other materials. These have the right look for the theme.Another thing you should have is chopsticks. This is part of the culture and style of this food, don't lose out. But if you are serving an upscale dinner do you really want to use those wood, splintering chopsticks? Instead, why not really add to your modern décor style by adding a little art to the serving ware. There are many artist chopsticks on the market. Some of them are made for a couple of uses, but if you want ones that will last the test of time you can even find titanium chopsticks that are beautifully decorated and will be around for years to come.
Table Scraps
Hey there, time traveller!This article was published 13/8/2015 (1429 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.Tap is short for taproom - in other words, a pub - and there's no mistaking the St. James Tap for anything but. Yes, the space in front is designated as the dining area, and yes (unlike the practice in some others), children are allowed there, but there's nothing that differentiates that space from the rest of this long (300-plus seats) dark cavern - certainly not the mixture of high bar tables with stools and standard dining tables and chairs. Of course there are television sets throughout - mercifully silent in the dining area, when we were there (but I wouldn't expect serenity on game nights).Pubs seem to be a growth industry, and I chose the Tap mainly because (unlike many others) it isn't a chain or franchise operation. I don't know that it would have made much difference since, with a few exceptions, mediocre was as good as it got.The two best exceptions were pub classics, and I'd go back any time for the bangers and mash. Not, come to think of it, that the bratwurst used is British, but it was better than most traditional bangers I can remember: two plump, juicy sausages, bursting with flavour, perched on decent mashed potatoes, with an inoffensive gravy and a tangle of crunchy fried potato shreds ($17).The other, of course, is fish and chips - in this case the very un-English pickerel. There was more batter than fish, but it was crisp and puffy, the fish within was moist and sweet, and the thickish fries and creamy coleslaw were also good. Somebody forgot to include the promised "pea purée," which, unless you're a fan of that incomprehensible British favourite, mushy peas, is probably just as well ($16).The Cabbage Patch was a nice starter of roasted brussels sprouts with strips of bacon, the occasional smidgen of whipped gorgonzola and a few unpleasantly soft pistachios ($8). Two skewers of grilled shrimp, with a cilantro aioli, were good quality, but raised qualms about consistency, since one shrimp was cold and partially raw ($9).But those were the heights, and my qualms were justified by further experiences. Blazing Calamari were over-breaded squid (strips, mostly) and jalapeno slices, with no blaze and no other flavour. With them was a chipotle aioli that tasted sour (a characteristic of some other sauces).There's not much point to a Caprese salad unless the ingredients are top quality - and you'd expect to pay for it. Our Cultured Caprese was a suitably pricey $12, but what it bought were tasteless tomatoes and chunks of unpleasantly dry, rubbery bocconcini, graced only by some good green olives and a few basil leaves.The burger in the bacon cheeseburger was juiceless and without much flavour. The bacon was also dry and sliced miraculously thin, the Bothwell's horseradish and smoked cheddars were no more than an almost translucent glaze, the "sweet caramelized onions" were undetectable and the side of horseradish sauce also tasted sour ($12 with fries, soup or salad).Everything that came with the strip-loin sandwich was good - the fries, the mushroom gravy, the soft-cooked egg on top - everything, that is, but the steak itself, which was tender only in parts and flavourless throughout ($16).The Platter of Bones covers a lot of tasting territory, but it was a $25 disgrace. The wings were very tiny, unseasoned and missing their honey dill sauce. The bits of meat clinging to the ribs tasted dehydrated, with no flavour of barbecue, or much else, for that matter. The single big beef rib was so scorched we had to scrape away much of the black surface. On the side was a container of thin, raw-tasting barbecue sauce, which (I'm guessing) must originally have been intended for basting.The list of beers is fairly lengthy (with 40 on tap), and the cocktails are moderately priced. Although there were few other diners, we waited a long time for the food - a problem in the kitchen is my guess, since the pleasant, attentive and thoroughly knowledgeable service was otherwise faultless.
Renaissance Wedding Theme Ideas
Renaissance Style WeddingHave you always wanted to have a Renaissance Style wedding? The Renaissance Theme can be challenging but also really fun. You will find the creative side of you comes out once you start planning this style of wedding.There are so many things you can do to make your wedding feel like an authentic Renaissance Wedding.Due to the huge interest in the Renaissance era, you will find a lot of places where you can acquire the things you will need for this theme. There are many internet sites that supply costumes, jewelry, decorations, music and even menu ideas. You will also find that this particular theme will be a little easier on the budget, than a traditional wedding. Especially when it comes to the attire.Renaissance Wedding VenueFinding a venue that will have the right feel for your Renaissance theme is going to be the number one priority.An outdoor setting is ideal for your Renaissance Wedding. But if you are forced to have an indoor venue, you can still spruce it up with decorations to make it feel authentic.Finding an outdoor Venue is not really as hard as you might think. Maybe there is a park near you that supplies just the right atmosphere for this type of wedding. Contact the city and see if they allow weddings. Some cities have old castles that can be rented for a wedding. Where I live there is a historic castle that specializes in weddings.Many cities have Renaissance Festivals in the summer months. We have one about an hour away that runs all summer long, and they do weddings. They supply a separate area for your guests as well as entertainment and a Renaissance era feast. If you check online, you may find a Renaissance Festival in your area that hosts weddings. This would be the perfect setting for your Renaissance Themed Wedding.Renaissance Brides Attire A great thing about a Renaissance wedding, is that the Bride can wear whatever color she likes. The tradition of wearing white is fairly recent and was not actually a traditional color during the Renaissance. Darker colors were more popular, such as deep purple, dark green and Red which was worn to invoke fertility. You are certainly welcome to wear White if you desire, but you are not limited to it.Of course for a Renaissance wedding you will probably want to be the Queen. But there are several other costumes that have the Renaissance era theme:QueenMaidenTavern WenchYou will also find that you can buy an appropriate Renaissance Dress for much less than you will pay for an actual Wedding Gown.Headpiece Choices:Renaissance VeilFlower RingTiaraMaiden CircletLace Ribbon HeadbandHead ChainHead NecklaceRenaissance Hair PinsRenaissance Groom Attire The groom should be dressed like a Medieval Knight or a King, depending on the Brides theme. A white or off white, blousy shirt with some kind of vest that matches or compliments the color of the Brides dress.The pants can be fitted or poufy, depending on your preference. A leather belt and knee high leather boots to match will complete the outfit. If you are going to be King, you will probably want a nice coat or cape, which you can find easily if you search the internet for renaissance costumes.Grooms Accessories: Sword (for Knight)Cloth Knights Hood (for Knight)Knights Helmet (for Knight)Shield (for Knight)Shin Guards (for Knight)Cape (King or Knight)Kings Crown (for King)Scepter (for King)You may have to put your own outfit together for your groom. The costumes are sometimes not very well made, but you can find pieces that are good quality and put it together yourself.Renaissance Bridesmaids AttireThere are lot of ways you can go with your bridesmaids depending on how the Bride and Groom decide to dress.If your going for King and Queen, then you will want your Bridesmaids dressed like a Lady in Waiting.If your going for Knight and Maiden, then you might go with a Maiden costume for your Bridesmaids.You could even go with a Robinhood and Maid Marion theme. Your Bridesmaids could dress as Tavern Wenches.The bouquets the Bridesmaids will carry should be very simple. Again depending on which theme the Bride has chosen. If the Bride has chosen the King and Queen theme, then the bouquets could be a bit more elaborate. But if she is going with any of the others, I think I would have small simple bouquets. Maybe even just a few daisies tied together with some ribbon.Make Your Own Invitations Use parchment paper. You can also find cardstock with a parchment look. You can even make your own parchment with off white paper by burning the edges.You should use a font that looks like Calligraphy, such as Old English.The wording on your invitations should be the Renaissance style. It will give your guests a preview of what to expect at your wedding. You could include a picture of the Bride and Groom wearing Renaissance costumes, printed on the front of your parchment. Your invitation should also mention the attire you expect your guests to wear.Invitation Example:Lady Jane Smith & Sir John DoeRequest the honor of thy presence at theirRoyal Wedding. On the 21st day of AprilIn the year of our Lord, Two thousand and FourteenReception Note Example:Merriment and Feasting will commence at(give place and time)Flower Girl AttireWouldn't your flower girl look adorable dressed like a little Renaissance Fairy Princess, wings and all. Carrying her little basket full of rose petals down the isle, dropping them as she goes. This is such a cute, unique idea for a wedding ceremony. She will feel like a real fairy and think of the fun she will have.Your flower girl would also look adorable dressed in a maiden outfit. It just depends on your taste, either way you go would be cute and enjoyable.She will win over the crowd before you ever get started. A Fairy costume will be much cheaper to buy than a fancy Flower girl dress, that she will never wear again. With this outfit she will wear it for many months to come, when she plays dress-up. What a great gift for her to keep and remember your wedding every time she wears itRenaissance Wedding DécorThe décor for your reception will look fabulous when you incorporate your renaissance theme into it. There are so many fun ideas for this theme, your imagination can run wild.Your Renaissance Wedding Cake The wedding cake is one of the most important parts of your wedding planning.Most bakeries can provide you with pretty much anything you can come up with. Do your research and if you have pictures, take plenty of pictures with you when you visit the bakery.If you aren't sure exactly what your want, discuss it with them. They are experts and can probably help you come up with just the right design for your perfect Medieval wedding cake.Do a search online, you will find many unique and beautiful ideas for a renaissance style wedding cake. Table CenterpieceFor a centerpiece you can find many rod iron, renaissance looking candle holders. Check your local craft store of Hobby Lobby. I purchased the ones pictured above at Hobby Lobby when they were half price and they were very reasonable. You can also purchase battery operated candles, so there is no fire danger. I added the lighted grapes, but this centerpiece would also look good with Ivy draped around the candle holders.A rod iron bird cage would also make a great centerpiece for your dining tables.A glass pedestal bowl with floating candles would make a beautiful centerpiece for this theme. You can put battery operated candles in the bottom of these bowls. They sell waterproof ones for this purpose. We made these for my daughters wedding. I used pink candles submerged in a glass pedestal bowl filled with water and glass beads. We then floated pink flower candles in them, which were actually lit.TablewareInside or out, the Table décor will be the most impressive part of your reception. If you search various party supply stores you will find some great choices for your theme. I have listed a few here to get you started.Your tables will be very impressive with the royal blue table cloths, medieval themed plates with matching napkins and jeweled goblets. You could always just purchase plain blue or red plates also.Wall DécorAn outside venue would be a great choice for this style of wedding, but if your reception ends up being indoors, you will still have many options for décor.You can hang ivy in various places on the walls and even incorporate it into your table décor.I found these battery operated torches that would look really cool hanging on the walls also, maybe hang the ivy around the same area as the torches.Favors and Gift TableYou can use the same royal blue table cloths for the gift and favor table, that you are using for the banquet tables. Or you can go with Red, Hunter Green or even White, if that is what you prefer.An appropriately framed photo of the Bride and Groom dressed in their Renaissance outfits would look great on the gift table. You could use an antique or rod iron frame, easily found online or at Hobby Lobby. On either side of the picture I would put some nice rod iron candle holders with battery operated candles.I think a rod iron Bird Cage or a box shaped like a treasure chest, would make a great box for gift cards from your guests. Just make sure the cards will fit in the opening. For my daughters wedding I found a cool box at Hobby Lobby that had a rounded top like a treasure chest. She wasn't having a renaissance wedding, and it was white satin, but could easily have been transformed into a treasure chest. We cut a nice big slit in the top and it worked great for the many gift cards they received.The favor table would look really amazing lined with the awesome little castle favor boxes, I found on Amazon. You can also find rhinestone jewels or fake gold coins, that could be scattered around the favor boxes as an additional favor. The jewels come in pretty much any color you could want. You could scatter smaller jewel confetti among the rhinestones for a bit more bling.Entertainment & Reception MusicFor fun you could have someone dress up like a Court Jester, a Beggar or a Juggler.You will probably have a DJ, so you will want to be sure they have the type of music that you want played at your reception. If your going to play renaissance era music, it might be hard to find a DJ that has that type of music. You will want to let them know well in advance what type of music you expect so that they will have time to acquire enough of it for you.Just because your wedding theme is renaissance era, does not mean you can't have modern music played at the reception. Most weddings I've seen with this theme, use the renaissance music for the ceremony, but when it comes to the reception, they use modern day music so everyone can dance. You might throw in a couple of renaissance songs here and there, just to keep the mood going.You will also want to be sure your DJ has the proper attire for you wedding theme. You might have to provide them with a renaissance costume.It would be ideal if you could find a group of Minstrels for hire. They could stroll through your reception while dinner is being served. I know there are some out there for hire, but depending on where you live, they might not be too abundant. Maybe you know someone who plays an instrument that would be willing to dress like a Minstrel and help you out. But you will probably just be limited to your DJ, who can play a nice renaissance tune during dinner.Renaissance Era MusicThe music from the renaissance era is really beautiful.
More Than a Shrine for the Reds
George Lim is a die-hard fan of English Premier League club Liverpool. This is obvious as an extension of his D'Tavern Pub & Restaurant is decorated with framed Liverpool Football Club (LFC) club jerseys, posters and memorabilia. The 54-year-old pub owner said most of the LFC merchandise was bought in England on his holiday trips. "I have been to Anfield (the LFC stadium) a few times since the 70s," said Lim, who has been a LFC fan for more than 30 years. He said the pub had been operating since February 1983, with the extension added to the premises four years ago. There are more than 10 framed LFC jerseys and shirts, some of which were autographed by former players such as Michael Owen and Robbie Fowler, on the walls of the extension of the pub. There are also LFC jerseys signed by members of the present Champions League-winning squad such as Steven Gerrard, Jerzy Dudek, Sami Hyypia, Jamie Carragher and John Arne Riise. Banners and wallpapers printed with the title of the LFC song You'll Never Walk Alone adorned the walls and ceiling. On the walls are also posters of the trophy-winning LFC teams from the 70s and 80s. Even the toilet door is painted in the red colour of LFC. There are also football memorabilia such as a replica of the World Cup as well as LFC collectibles such as lighters, mugs, key chains and watches stored inside glass-encased cabinets. The extension of the pub also has two pool tables and several wall-mounted televisions. Besides the dedicated "shrine" to LFC, the pub is also known for its Western cuisine. Among its specialities is US Rib-Eye Steak (charbroiled medium) that was served with lettuce, sweet corn, carrot, cucumber, sliced pineapple and mashed potatoes. The steak, which Lim said was air-flown from the United States on a regular basis, was juicy and succulent. Meanwhile, the French Onion Soup that was served with cheese crouton, was another enjoyable dish. The pub also has other specialities like Roasted Lamb Shank as well as seafood dishes including Grilled Tiger Prawns, Baked Ikan Kurau (threadfin), US Live Oysters and Lobster Morney baked with cheese. Lim said the dishes were pork-free. Besides beer, a variety of Australian, New Zealand, French and Italian wines as well as hard liquors are available. The main area of the pub has a restaurant-styled setting with a small stage overlooking dining tables and chairs. Here, there is a stylish retro ambience with framed posters of musicians such as the Beatles, Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson as well as contemporary American paintings hung on the walls. The pub, with a seating capacity for 120 people, has a cosy and relaxed atmosphere. During our visit on a Friday night, patrons of the pub and restaurant comprised families, groups of friends and young couples on dates who preferred the privacy afforded by corner tables. "During the day, the place caters to the lunch crowd comprising mostly office workers and businessmen," said Lim. D'TAVERN PUB & RESTAURANT is located at 9, 11 and 15, Jalan Depoh, Port Klang, Selangor. Business Hours: Mon-Sat (11am-1am); Sunday (from 4pm onwards). Mon-Sat, lunch (11.30am-2.30pm); dinner (6.30pm-10.30pm). Sun- day (dinner only). Tel: 03-3168 8580.
Linen Rentals in Denver Impress Your Guests with Perfect Dining
Don't you have enough time to organize next event? Upsetting about related arrangements like table, chairs, and other required linen rentals to plan your event? No need to worry then, because you can get professional assistance from various channels. There are many party rental companies available these days to help you by fulfilling your all party needs. If you are worried about table linen rentals in Denver, then stop doing that. You just need to look out for a reputed company to get your event requirements fulfilled with ease and comfort. Many people are getting confused with the concept of using table linens. Well, it has now become a must to have accessory for your events. Linens and perfectly managed dining arrangements provide your guests a warm welcome. This way, they will feel graced and respected throughout your party. No matter, what type of event you are planning for? Be it a birthday party, wedding ceremony, business conference, city events, casino events, church celebrations or anything else, make sure that you have perfectly ironed and colorful linens for all your tables. This is necessary to provide a charismatic expression on all the guests present there. It is important for you to find a good rental company that can easily satisfy all your needs. Getting what you want is quite a challenging task especially if you are an amateur in the same domain. Regardless of the size of your event, party rental companies have a lot to do with your arrangements. They provide a complete range of exclusive accessories, such as linen rentals in Denver and many more to make your event a great success. Such companies can make arrangements for all, be it a private party or any social event. There are so many aspects that one should consider while organizing their party, such as decoration, catering, menu and so on. Out of all, the foremost thing that gives an everlasting impression is the decoration of your desired venue. It is something that helps in getting the attention of audience towards your event. Decoration is the very first thing that your guests will experience when they arrive at the event. Thus, it is necessary that you make use of breathtaking linens that allow you to get the maximum attention. The table linens are available in a wide variety of colors and textures that can spice up your event. Buying the same is not an optimal solution. You can easily get them via a party rental company. There are so many companies offering table linen rentals in Denver. Make sure that you look out for the most trusted services to enjoy lots of benefits. Using attractive and creative linen rentals are considered a great way to impress your guests' mood at their respective dining tables. The matter of fact is table linens truly act as a basis for perfect dining essentials. So what are you looking for? Start surfing for such rental companies to get the best offers at discounted prices. Get ready to avail the best deals for your upcoming events.
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