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Comfortable, Private Hotel Workspaces for Productivity and Focus

A few years ago, remote work was still a novelty to most people. Today, after much of the workforce experienced it firsthand while having to pivot during a global pandemic, working remotely has become much more commonplace. 

In fact, being forced to adapt has shown the world there are actually some pretty solid benefits to working outside of an office setting. These are just a few of the most appealing elements of remote work, according to Tech Target:

  • Employees get a better work-life balance

  • It can actually boost productivity

  • Hybrid and remote work models are more cost-effective than entirely in-person offices

  • Happier workers will be more likely to stay with the company for the long term

With clear advantages to taking work out of the office, individuals and companies need to seek out solutions that provide an optimal remote work experience. Private hotel workspaces can be ideal places to work remotely for their ability to boost productivity and focus, as well as provide convenient onsite amenities, like a restaurant/bar, fitness center and pool. 

 

Why Day-Use Hotels Are Perfect for Remote Work

 

Many are familiar with the experience of working in their hotel room while traveling for business. This has traditionally been perceived as a last-ditch effort to prepare in less-than-ideal circumstances. But it doesn’t have to be this way. 

Hotels can and do provide all the elements necessary for creating a highly effective, private and secure working environment. You just need to know where to look to access the correct hotel assets.

For business travelers, getting everyone together in a room shortly before heading out for a presentation might almost seem like a hail mary. This, however, isn’t utilizing hotel spaces to their full potential. Most hotels are blessed with stocked meeting rooms and day-use hotel rooms that can facilitate deep concentration and creativity. And they’re only getting better as more people are needing a place to work remotely now than in the past. 

 

A few of the top reasons why a hotel workspace is an ideal working environment:

 

  • Secure rooms and WiFi – Most who are familiar with remote work life have ventured into all kinds of venues to do their job. But cafes and other public spaces are loud and don't offer reliable network security. Whether you're in a hotel room, workspace, or conference room, you're going to have great privacy at a hotel. 

  • Personal facilities – Another highly appealing feature of using hotels for remote work is that the space is your own. You can rest assured that when you show up, things will be clean. There's no reason to worry about your things being stolen if you need to get up to use the restroom or stretch your legs.

  • Access to other amenities – Hotels come with all kinds of other perks. Gyms, restaurants, convenience stores, spas, pools, dry cleaners, and many more additional amenities are often offered at hotels. Using one of these spaces for your work allows you to achieve a more balanced day. There's no reason you can't hit the gym, swim some laps, and then drop off your suit all within a short break. Availability of these desirable features is another reason why hotels make an ideal workspace.

  • Space you can trust – It doesn't matter if you're a working parent who needs to get out of the house once in a while or a traveling professional, your workspace needs to be trustworthy. Hotels hold a high standard to their operations, so you can expect consistency and satisfaction.

The world has changed a lot over the past few years. People are just starting to figure out how to effectively adjust to it. If you're looking for a way to enhance your remote workspace, day-use hotels can be the perfect solution.

 

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Queenie C
It’s very quiet in there but the only thing I don’t like is these two women who work that have some issues. Everytime me and my bf come they are the same two people who try to barge into the room sometimes an hour before checkout an say Read More
John Doe
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I walked out . It was awful, more stressful than remaining in the airport. LAX is an International Airport, being a transit place for long haul flights. This hotel only really caters for Americans. It took me 2 hours to get there. I could n Read More
Julie Dewa
Easy to use. I arrived in Orlando at 8am with a 4 pm checkin to my resort. I booked the room from their parking lot! Only issue was when checking in, the price was higher than advertised. The hotel clerk was great though. I showed her the c Read More
Queenie C
It’s very quiet in there but the only thing I don’t like is these two women who work that have some issues. Everytime me and my bf come they are the same two people who try to barge into the room sometimes an hour before checkout an say Read More
John Doe
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Frequently Asked Questions

Generally, day rooms are 'run of the house' - meaning that whatever room is vacant will be assigned to you.  If you have a specific room request, we suggest you write on the 'message' section during your booking, or simply request it at check-in. 

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However for 'non- refundable' bookings, a card is required and payment is processed at the time of the booking.

In both cases, you are asked to check-in at the hotel with a matching ID and Credit Card, matching the name on the reservation.

No - our bookings come manually and are entered into the hotel's reservation system ONLY on the day of your check-in. All you have to do is to show up with a copy of your reservation, as well as a valid ID & credit card that matches the name on your reservation.

Please note that regardless if you pre-paid for the room or not, the hotel will momentarily charge your credit card for incidentals. They will refund the hold within four business days post-stay.

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