Italian managers want to stay in 5-star hotels

(AGI) Rome, July 3 - Italian managers may have given up flyingbusiness class but they insist on sleeping only in four- orfive-star hotels, or even better. HRS' Business Travel Reporthas revealed that although the economic crisis has reducedtravel budgets, managers are still demanding comfort. Theanlysis of a focus group of 100 travel managers working forimportant Italian companies indicates that 75 percent ofmanagers stay in four-star hotels, 20 percent will only stay infive-star hotels or better while just 5 percent accept stays inless luxurious surroundings. . .

(AGI) Rome, July 3 - Italian managers may have given up flyingbusiness class but they insist on sleeping only in four- orfive-star hotels, or even better. HRS' Business Travel Reporthas revealed that although the economic crisis has reducedtravel budgets, managers are still demanding comfort. Theanlysis of a focus group of 100 travel managers working forimportant Italian companies indicates that 75 percent ofmanagers stay in four-star hotels, 20 percent will only stay infive-star hotels or better while just 5 percent accept stays inless luxurious surroundings. . .