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Enjoy your alone time. Going to book stores? Grab a beer from the bar at happy hour. And that was all I needed to get me through the night.

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I like my privacy. Business trips can feel harried and rushed. I recently had the pleasure of enjoying a night to myself at the Icicle Inna full-service resort hotel in Leavenworth Bavarian Village, and it was on but lonely. We realized we knew many of the same people.

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Show off your room, your view, even take a few obnoxious selfies. Steal small moments to stay in touch with people back home. Ars L.

You can also use texts or pictures to stay connected. So some bring a companion on their trip—a spouse, a teenage child, or a friend. She has their s teed up on her favorites list and either leaves a message or has a quick minute chat. Clark suggests you pick out one or two things. If the place is great, your traveler friends especially will want to hktel about it.

Now I like the down time at night when I travel. And one of the best things about going away on a rooj is being left alone to do what I want and watch what TV I want in a hotel room. Consider sharing your hotel room with a colleague. And with time-zone differences, it can be tough to coordinate calls home. Just checked into my hotel in Leavenworth, feeling spoiled!

Discover something you both like to do Bowling? If lonelly do have some windows of time, keep it manageable. She loves coming back to the room to a friendly face, I love the mini-vacation with a free hotel room! Yes, sometimes you get to explore new places, meet interesting people, and rack up frequent flyer miles for future vacations.

Dealing with loneliness while traveling for work

Have you ever stayed by yourself in a hotel room? Then, snuggle up in one of your two beds or push them together to make one super bed and use your free time to be productive. I thought she was crazy, but I figured it was only one night. This is an obvious one but seeing your loved ones faces, even for brief moments, is a huge help.

Tom Gardos, an engineer who makes several international trips each year, says that on his last overseas stay, his eight-year-old inn gave him a little plastic animal to take with him. In the survey I mentioned earliermost respondents felt that traveling for work helped their career and many felt positive when thinking about an upcoming trip. I ended up taking pictures of it with different landmarks in the background and ing them home. Did you enjoy it as much as I did?

The excitement can wear off easily—and many business travelers are left feeling lonely. Here are a few of the ways I made this solo hotel stay utterly delightful that I encourage you to utilize on your next trip. lonelj

How to spend a night solo in a hotel

Cooper, a professor of organizational psychology and health at Lancaster University Management School, brings his wife with him on his business trips when he can. It was comforting to talk with someone about books and movies and yes, even work, as I fell asleep.

I love to wake up in the morning and enjoy a freshly brewed cup right there in my bed. She suggested we share the room.

Pin It! Yes, negotiating eoom got to take a shower first was awkward but we waded our way through that and ended up staying up late talking, discovering we had lots in common.

Get Comfortable The first and perhaps most important thing you can do upon arrival at your hotel is: Take off your pants! And when we returned to DC the following week, we youu a room together again.

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Stick with me for a moment. Eat a meal in the restaurant. I found out she edited a book I had just read.

Entrepreneur and consultant Deb Mills-Scofield says that one of the things that makes the road less lonely for her is appreciating the solitude. But years ago, when I was ased to a project in Washington D.