Workaholic Hong Kongers: Executives lead the way in burning the midnight oil

14% of Hong Kong executives work in the hotel between midnight to 6am.

While 52% work from 9pm to midnight, according to Accor’s report.

Accor has revealed the findings of its Accor Asia Pacific Business Traveller Research 2011, which seeks to better understand the travel and behavioural preferences of business travellers based in Asia Pacific. The survey interviewed over 10,000 respondents who made business trips in the first half of this year.

Hong Kong business travellers are trailblazers in terms of burning the midnight oil, with 14% of the executives based in Hong Kong working in the hotel between the hours of Midnight to 0600. However, the most popular time slot for work is from 21:00 to Midnight (52%).

The propensity to work can be seen from the fact that all markets consistantly rate the internet (Wi-Fi and wired internet in guest room and Wi-Fi in other locations in the hotel) as the hotel facilities / services most often used when travelling for business.

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