Given the predicted growth of business travel in coming years, hotels could be missing out on a huge chunk of additional revenue. So, how can properties better promote both leisure and business facilities to this important demographic? Attractive “bizcation” packages A number of hotels have created specific packages aimed at showcasing their leisure facilities to business travelers. Orchard Hotel in Singapore advertised a “Bleisure Experience,” which markets amenities including their pool and jacuzzi, as well as their private Club Lounge, an exclusive area offering gourmet breakfasts, teas and evening cocktails. Meanwhile, Hotel G in San Francisco has promoted a package that helps business travelers make the most of their time in the city. Guests receive a day pass to a coworking space, a Westfield Mall shopping passport, a Muni public transporation pass, and drink vouchers that can be spent at one of two separate establishments outside the hotel. Get the full story at Travel Tripper