Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

When you travel, whether for business or for pleasure, you have important decisions to make that will affect how successful (or relaxing or enjoyable) your trip will be. Seasoned travelers know this, but even those who only travel very occasionally quickly figure this out, too.

As people in the hospitality industry in southeastern Wisconsin, we talk to a lot of travelers, and most people would say that good planning is key to making the best decisions. By taking time ahead of a trip to do some research, travelers can get the best price on a flight, plan on which destinations they want to make sure to visit, and build their schedules so that they get to everything they want to do. Some people like to create a very formal and organized travel itinerary, and others just have a game plan in their head. Either way, planning is important to good travel decision making.

While good planning drives much of travel decision making, so does money. For most Americans, decisions have to be made with money in mind. That might mean prioritizing one attraction over another, or choosing to drive rather than fly, or deciding how much time to take off of work.

One of the biggest cost factors of traveling is often overnight accommodations. For many people they may have to choose a sub-par hotel experience in order to save money. Or maybe staying in a nice place is important, but then it means they will have to cut costs on other parts of the trip.

At Baymont Inn & Suites in Mequon, you don’t have to choose between a great stay and a great price—you’ll get both! With spacious, comfortable, clean rooms your decision about where to stay is a no-brainer!