Business travellers pick out Asia's top hotels

Famous names like Madarin Oriental, Ritz-Carlton and Shangri-La continue to dominate in FinanceAsia's business travel poll - but new challengers are emerging.

Where do Asia's business elite like to rest their heads after a hard day of deal-making FinanceAsia's put that question to its readers in its annual business travel poll.

The poll showed that travellers continued to value the traditional, international luxury names. But readers are also open to something new.

In the coveted best new hotel category it is the Four Seasons in Seoul that comes out on top. Located in a 25-storey mixed-use building with 317 rooms about 90 minutes from Incheon International Airport, the five-star hotel features motorised coverings that allow guests to instantly choose between complete darkness, veiled natural light or crystal-clear...

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