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Drinking, eating and enjoying the Great Outdoors are the main activities at The Little Nell, so it makes sense that the hotel’s business center isn’t particularly alluring: it’s stuffed into a small, windowless space on the fourth floor (there’s a glass wall that opens out into the hallway, but that’s about it). During a stay at the hotel, “doing business” means answering emails on your iPhone while riding the gondola between ski runs. But should you need a more official set up, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel's business center offers three Dell desktop computers, two printers (one black-and-white, one color), a scanner and a shredder. If work calls in the early morning hours, the business center can be accessed with a room key 24 hours a day.
The Little Nell’s business center is a guest-only area that’s accessible with your room key on the fourth floor. It contains three desktop computers, one black and white laser printer, one inkjet color printer/scanner and a shredder.