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Room Service

When selecting a hotel, one where you'll need to get work done as conveniently and efficiently as in your own office, consider the following criteria:

1. Cost, value and location

2. Voice mail availability

3. Two-line speaker phone

4. In-room fax machine/printer/copier

5. Convenient outlets and dataports

6. Good lighting

7. Adequate desk space

8. Ergonomic chair

9. 24-hour room service

10. Electronic locks/in-room safe

11. In-room coffee maker, iron and ironing board

source: Alphanet Hospitality Systems Inc.

Contact Sources

AirTran, (800) AIR-TRAN, http://www.airtran.com

AlphaNet Hospitality Systems Inc., (201) 327-4700, mark.holzberg@alphanet.net

Delta Air Lines, http://www.delta-air.com

InsideFlyer magazine, (800) 333-5937, http://www.webflyer.com

Inter-Continental Hotels, (800) 327-0200, http://www.interconti.com

TWA, (800) 221-2000, http://www.twa.com

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This article was originally published in the February 1998 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Flying Higher.

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