Orange County, CA hosted 44.3 million visitors in 2013, many of those business travelers. Luckily, Orange County boasts some of the best dining locales for business travelers and large groups.
Are you looking for a place to hold your next business meeting, but don’t want to travel far from your hotel? Try Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine, located 5 miles from the Anaheim Convention Center. Dining rooms are excellent for corporate events, offering presentation aids and T1 hard wiring. Roy’s is an excellent choice for a group lunch or a large corporate dinner.
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, in Irvine, is another great option for a business meeting or luncheon. Located near the freeway and John Wayne Airport, it is accessible and ideally situated. This particular location offers, a large private wine room equipped with LCD projector and screen as well wireless Internet with room for over 45 guests. Plus, the Steakhouse offers a variety of menu options to suit your specific needs.
Perhaps, it might be nice to venture away from the convention hub to entertain clients. Let Best Chauffeured drive you down scenic Pacific Coast Highway for an exceptional dining experience at Las Brisas in Laguna Beach. Enjoy authentic Mexican dishes and seafood at the cliffside restaurant overlooking the Pacific. Also, ask about private dining rooms for banquets and meetings.
With a variety of options and amenities available at restaurants throughout Orange County, business travelers rest assured!
Businesses often struggle to find cost-effective and appropriate transportation to accommodate large groups. Over the years, seasoned travelers learned to avoid multiple SUVs and sedans. Today’s savvy business travelers now opt for more affordable options like mini-coaches and motor coaches. The buses offer greater passenger capacity with decreased costs per passenger. In addition to seating considerations, there are a variety of other factors to consider before you select a bus for your next trip.
Motorcoaches offer a plethora of seating and luggage space. These buses comfortably accommodate large groups of 40 or more passengers. More importantly these buses are equipped to haul the luggage travelers bring along! Motor coaches also offer many amenities such as audio inputs and LCD monitors. Most motorcoaches also include lavatories for convenience.
Minicoaches fit 15-40 people on average and are excellent for shuttling large groups. Baggage capacity is more limited on a full bus, yet most travelers pack light and don’t find it to be an issue. Minicoaches are typically suited for tours and often incorporate DVD player and monitors. These vehicles are also great for inner city travel and tight spaces!
Whether you are stuck between a minicoach or motorcoach let us help you choose the bus that is right for you. Contact Best Chauffeured and let us answer any questions or concerns you may have.