Hilton London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 has checked in a local business and life consultant for a month-long residency at the hotel as part of its new Business Consultant in Residence service.
Local life coach and business expert Jodi Van Laven is launching the new consultancy service at the hotel in order “to offer time-poor business travellers staying at the hotel advice on a variety of matters, ranging from business issues, improving work/life balance and managing workload while travelling, to health and relationships”.
The service will be made available to all hotel guests through a private booking system via the concierge. Guests can arrange a meeting on-site at the hotel at a time and date to suit them.
“Business travellers in today’s society are perhaps the busiest they have ever been in history, with increasing demands being placed upon their time while in the office and away from home with work commitments,” said Hilton London Heathrow Terminal 5 GM Greg Place. “The Business Consultant in Residence scheme that we are launching aims to help these busy individuals by offering them a sounding board that they can turn to when staying at the hotel. It’s our aim to ensure our guests are as relaxed yet productive as they can be when staying with us and working on the move”.
The hotel boasts 350 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 1,170 delegates in its 926sqm conference space.
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