Top 10 US Tech Cities

Travel Channel's picks for the Top 10 technical, innovative and business savvy cities in America.

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Hilton San Francisco Financial District
Located close to the Financial District, this Hilton has spacious rooms, a business center, spa, fitness center and free Wi-Fi. Read the Hilton San Francisco Financial District's review
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Hilton San Francisco Union Square
With 1,908 rooms and tons of meeting space, this Hilton is the largest hotel in town. It also has plenty of perks, including a business center with computers, printers, copiers and fax machines available after regular business hours. Read the Hilton San Francisco Union Square's review
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Le Meridien San Francisco
Le Meridien stands out among business-friendly San Francisco hotels. It has a great Financial District location, classy meeting spaces, a solid business center, a fitness center, 2 on-site restaurants, a hopping bar scene and free Wi-Fi in public spaces.Read Le Meridien's review
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Omni San Francisco Hotel
Even business travelers who don't need to take advantage of the Omni's Financial District location or the ample meeting space will still appreciate the hotel for its terrific service, solid steakhouse and free wired internet (if you sign up for the loyalty program).Read the Omni's review
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The Fairmont San Francisco
The Fairmont is chock-full of conveniences like a well-equipped, 24-hour business center, thousands of square feet of meeting space, an on-site UPS store, high-end shopping and a cable car stop right outside for whisking guests around the city. Read the Fairmont's review
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W San Francisco
You can't ask for a closer location to the Moscone Convention Center than this W outpost in the SoMa Art District. The hotel offers guests 24-hour room service, Wi-Fi ($14 a day, though it's free in public spaces), a 24-hour fitness center, heated lap pool, 5,000-square-foot Bliss Spa and a restaurant with an award-winning wine list.Read the W San Francisco's review
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Wynn Las Vegas
Treat your clients to a round of golf on the Wynn Las Vegas' course or take them to dinner at one of the hotel's 3 Michelin-starred restaurants. The business center offers individual suites equipped with computers and printers, and the hotel has 200,000 square feet of meeting space. Read the Wynn Las Vegas' review
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Embassy Suites Convention Center Las Vegas
The Embassy Suites stands out for freebies that will please any business traveler on a tight budget. The hotel has a free business center, free printing, faxing and photocopying services, and free wireless internet. Read the Embassy Suites Convention Center`s review
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Venetian Resort Hotel and Casino
With 1.9 million square feet of meeting and convention space at the Venetian/Palazzo Congress Center, chances are good that business travelers will find themselves at this top Vegas hotel. The sumptuous casino, big-name restaurants and endless shopping will make your off-duty hours as productive as your working time. Read the Venetian Resort's review
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Marriott Suites Las Vegas
A 3-minute walk to the convention center, the Marriott is a good choice for no-nonsense business travelers. The suites may be small, but the hotel has a 24-hour business center, 6 meeting rooms that guests can book, mailing services on weekdays and a notary public on call during the week. Read the Marriott Suites' review
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The Westin Casuarina
Business travelers, especially those not in town for conventions, will love the Westin for the overall value it provides. If you have some time to shut the laptop and relax, the hotel has a large gym with new machines, a spa, a casino and a small pool. Read the Westin Casuarina's review
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The Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Located right beside the Las Vegas Convention Center, this stylish hotel is decorated with candy-colored furniture and shiny, reflective surfaces, giving the impression of a cocktail lounge. The 24-hour business center has all the usual services, but watch out for fees. Read the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel's review
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Las Vegas Hilton
The hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the convention center. Its extensive business center caters to large-scale meetings, though most services will cost you. The hotel also has a large casino, nightly entertainment and several dining options. Read the Las Vegas Hilton's review
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Trump International
For the Vegas business traveler who wants tasteful luxury, the Trump International is the perfect compromise. Just off the Strip and a short cab ride to the Las Vegas Convention Center, the hotel has the high-end decor and top-notch service you'd expect from Trump. Read the Trump International's review
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