What amenities are provided for business travelers at The Peninsula Beverly Hills?

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If you’re traveling on business and staying at The Peninsula Beverly Hills, you’ll find plenty of amenities to make your stay both productive and relaxing. Every room at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel offers complimentary Internet access and a workstation with a multi-socket adaptor where you can charge your laptop and hook up to the combination private color printer/copier/fax machine on the desk shelf. Need a paperclip or highlighter? Just open up the desk drawers and you’ll find all the supplies you need: pens, pencils, a bookmark, postcards, stationery and more. A Bose stereo sits on a stand behind the desk so you can rock out to some tunes while you work.
 
If you don’t want to lug your laptop with you, The Peninsula’s business center provides three computers for your use. You’ll also find plenty of office supplies, as well as a variety of magazines and newspapers (including foreign publications). If you need secretarial assistance, a translator or help packing parcels, printing business cards or anything else, the staff at the Five-Star hotel’s business center can help you with that. The center is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., but if you need assistance after hours, the concierge can help you.
 
If you need to rent any equipment — from an LCD projector to a camcorder tripod to an overhead projector — The Peninsula Beverly Hills has all that readily available for you to use. Of course, there are various rooms available to rent to accommodate any business meetings you might need to plan, and the hotel can even pick you up from the airport to bring you to The Peninsula. All these amenities make The Peninsula Beverly Hills a great place to get some work done, but don’t forget to pencil in some downtime — the rooftop pool, spa and restaurants shouldn’t be missed.

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Business travelers who stay at The Peninsula Beverly Hills enjoy personalized stationery, an in-room multi-function printer with private fax number, dual-line cordless phones with voicemail and complimentary Wi-Fi access. The Business Center is open 24 hours, and the hotel is so close to Century City and offices in Beverly Hills, that guests attending meetings there can walk.

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