There are still challenges for international travel.
Finding a good hotel is not one of them.
The best hotels for business travelers in Europe were ranked by CNBC Travel and Statista.
CNBC and Statista are releasing rankings of hotels in the Middle East today. The Asia-Pacific was ranked in September.
We analyzed more than 10,000 four- and five-star hotels to come up with a list of corporate travelers' trust levels. A three-step process was used to do this.
Click here to learn more about our research methodology.
The full list of European winners in PDF format, complete with final scores, can be found here.
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Rome's Villa Spalletti Trivelli received the highest scores for customer reviews of any European financial center. Travelers rave about the canal-side location, but they say it is the small points that make it one of Amsterdam's finest hotels.
The owner-run Louisa's Place was named after Queen Louise of Prussia and is located in a city with plenty of competition. The boutique hotel in West Berlin was built around 1900.
The location on the prestigious Avenue Louise makes it a favorite with business travelers. Travelers can take an online tour of the hotel and peer into its restaurants and ballrooms from the hallway.
The larger units in the garden and the newer ones in the tower have 180 degree views of the city. The hotel has many of the comforts of a house in it's facilities. It's easy to commute to the city from the nearby metro and train stations.
The Merrion hotel in Dublin tied for the second highest overall score in Europe with a score of 3.88. There are 142 rooms and suites in the Georgian mansions. Two bars, a spa and six meeting spaces are included in the package.
The opera house is located on Opera Square, which is also known as the Opernplatz. In addition to its central location, the hotel wins over business travelers for the small touches that make for seamless stays: complimentary car valets, 24 hour room service, and stylish rooms with Bose sound systems.
The Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues is one of the most luxurious hotels in the city. Business travelers can take meetings to the next level with private tours of the nearby Patek Philippe Museum or helicopter tours over Mont Blanc, with all the details arranged by the hotel.
The Langham London is located in the United Kingdom. There are twoMichelin starred restaurants in the West End, one of which was named the best four times in a row. Travelers who book executive rooms or higher get access to The Langham Club, which has perks such as private check-ins, all-day dining, and private meeting spaces.
It is rare for a small hotel to outrank a large one. Travelers describe the hotel as pure luxury due to its sleek interior and live music. The hotel was opened in 1886.
The hotel's website leads off with bleisure. Morning yoga on the terrace, aperitives after work and dinner at the restaurant Morelli are all part of the blend of business and relaxation.
The Thief Hotel is named after it's seedy past as a hub of criminal activity. It's an upscale neighborhood known for art and architecture. The hotel has art and designer furniture.
The Hotel de la Ville is located next to the Spanish Steps and is owned by a hotelier family. Business travelers love its rooftop bar and central courtyard, but it's the concierge that gives the hotel the edge in Italy's capital city
The official residence of France's president is just steps away from Le Bristol Paris. The hotel has threeMichelin starred restaurants and is the epitome of Parisian elegance.
The stylish Grand Hotel Stockholm secured the top score for its amenities and facilities, not only in Sweden, but in all of Europe as well. Four restaurants, a champagne bar, spa and gym are located on the waterfront. It is possible to get room service for late night work.
The grand hotel was once the home of Austrian royalty. Some 60,000 bottles of wine are said to be in the wine cellar of the boutique hotel.
The Dolder Grand, which opened in 1899, has a futuristic feel to it. There is a two-Michelin starred restaurant and a 4,000 square-foot spa in the interior of the building. King Charles and The Rolling Stones are past guests.
Natalie was involved in this report.