Stunning Stays for Women Travelling Solo
Considering that 30% of women who travel for business say that facilities are the most important factor when making a decision about where to stay*, we've put together a list of five fabulous getaways with features especially designed with the women seeking a little luxury and pampering. So no matter if travelling for business or leisure, these stunning stays each offer something extra to ensure a welcoming and unforgettable stay.
The Hamilton Hotel offers an exclusive Women’s Floor designed to fulfill the needs of women travelling for business. With exclusive elevator key access and personalized concierge services, women can enjoy a luxe stay in the centre of D.C.
Dukes Hotel, London, UK
With a stellar location off Piccadilly, in the heart of Mayfair, DUKES has been fabulously renovated and is excellently located for Regent Street, Green Park, theatres, and exquisite shops. The hotel’s Duchess Rooms will make every woman feel like royalty thanks to a selection of dedicated services especially designed for women travelling alone, whether for business or leisure.
Georgian Court Hotel, BW Premier Collection, Vancouver, Canada
Located in the heart of Vancouver, this boutique hotel is doing its best to provide everything a woman travelling solo might require for a wonderful stay. The hotel’s ladies floor provides extra amenities to guarantee a comfortable stay, including yoga mats available upon request.
Generator Hostel Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
Women travelling solo can also feel special and get pampered, even if they're on a budget. Only a short walk from the fashionable Passeig de Gracia Avenue, this modern hostel features beautiful women-only dormitories with special amenties to make every traveller feel stylish.
Lotte Hotel Seoul, Seoul, South Korea
Offering a floor exclusively for women and rooms with special touches, the Lotte Hotel Seoul is a luxurious hotel with 10 drinking and dining options. Women travelling alone can relax at the Ladies’ Lounge before selecting their perfect pillow from the 15 different types available on the menu to guarantee a good night's sleep.
*According to data collected by Booking.com with 12,781 respondents across 13 markets in September 2016. Respondents had to be 18 years of age or older, had to have travelled at least once in 2016 and had to be planning at least one trip for 2017. All respondents had to consider themselves part of their travel decision-making process.