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Apps for the Business Traveler

Traveling for business used to mean disruption of life a little and finding ways to adapt with missing resources. Times have obviously changed and now you can access just about anything from anywhere, even have your local paper delivered (to your inbox). Park Central knows how to make your stay away from home comfortable and accessible.

We’re always triple checking where we’re supposed to be and when. TripIt makes pulling your itinerary together easy by compiling confirmation numbers for hotels, restaurants, events and creating an itinerary to referenceable from your phone. No more digging through emails or emailing an assistant to find it.

Maybe you start your morning with a fresh cup of coffee and a newspaper? Don’t head outside to hunt for your paper. A perk of being a Park Central guest, publications are accessible for free during your entire stay plus 24-hours after. Perfect for when you’re looking for reading material for the plane ride home.

One of the first sacrifices is your fitness routine. You’re eating out typically at odd hours, the hotel you’re staying at doesn’t have all of the facilities you have at home, or you’re missing your main motivational trainer pushing you through a workout.  Enter Aaptiv. Think of Aaptiv as your new traveling personal trainer. This app gives you access to over 2,500 workouts lead by certified trainers with a variety of equipment. No New York City hotel deals needed. Just download the application while on property at Park Central to get access and to keep your fitness on point.

Are you wheeling and dealing on the road? Docusign is the app for you making executing contracts simple and easily accessible from your phone. Quick and painless - that’s how we like to do business!

The good news if you’re still searching for the perfect app to fill the gap when traveling is that new apps are being released all the time. Or maybe it’s one we haven’t discovered yet. What’s your can’t live without app?