Fall in Saratoga Springs - The City's Most Beautiful Time of Year for Corporate TravelSeptember 16, 2016 by john
Danielle Koonce, a marketing coordinator at Prime Companies' ExecuStay New York, a partner of Pavilion Grand Hotel, recently wrote an article detailing fall as the perfect time of year for the corporate traveler and seasonal groups.
During September, most people try to hold on to the last warm days of summer. In Upstate and Western New York, residents are already setting their sites on the cool, crisp days of fall. Doorsteps become adorned with pumpkins, farmers' markets stock sweet apples and spiced cider, and the changing leaves turn the entire state from green to vibrant red and gold. In fact, the colors of the leaves throughout New York State are so impressive that there's even an annual Foliage Report by iloveny.com to track their changes.
For businesses, fall in New York can be a great time for companies to schedule long-term projects. Such projects take a few months and require employees to travel and stay onsite until it's completion. This time of year brings it's own benefits to the employer and employee. For employers, air fare is less expensive in the fall months compared to the summer, employees are typically finished with summer vacations so staffing is easy, and grounds for construction are still ideal for building. For the employee, long-term extended stay options get employees involved in the local events and they can take advantage of the fall culture while away from home.
"Whether they attend fall festivals, apple and pumpkin picking at local farms, museums and landmark tours, or just drive through the countryside to view the beautiful fall foliage, our guests are never bored when they stay with us here in New York State during the fall," says Dan Urban, Sr. Sales Manager for ExecuStay New York.
For more information on fall in New York, visit www.iloveny.com. For long term or short term extended stay travel to Upstate, Central or Western New York, contact ExecuStay New York at firstname.lastname@example.org.