Instead Of Working From Home, Move Your Office To These Hotels

Forbes | Laurie Werner

The Library at Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi in Santa Fe. Photo: ©DURSTON SAYLOR '15

With so many people working from home, often both partners of a couple, and children also home with camps closed, the desire for at least one of the adults to work from somewhere else is tangible. Couple that with available space in hotels as travelers choose to vacation during the COVID-19 pandemic in wide open spaces away from cities and the result is the option to rent an office equipped hotel room by the day as a work environment. More hotels around the country are starting to offer this with the other hotel facilities available for taking pre/post Zoom call breaks.

A typical office suite at Industrious at Wythe Hotel in New York's Brooklyn borough. Photo Credit: BENJAMIN PETIT.

Wythe Hotel  This boutique hotel in Brooklyn, New York partnered with workplace provider Industrious to convert several of the hotel’s loft style rooms into personal work spaces for individuals up to four people. Included are high-speed Wi-Fi, private outdoor space, unlimited digital access to The New York Times, printing services, a smart TV and complimentary coffee and pastry services.

For maximum privacy, guests can rent Santa Fe's Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi's wine cellar to work in for the day. Photo: DONALD RIDDLE IMAGES 2007

Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi This boutique hotel in downtown Santa Fe is offering guest rooms, the Library or Living Room from 7 AM to 5 PM daily with free WiFi, Apple TV, a Polycom phone and in room dining and beverage service. But for total seclusion, the best room in which to set up your computer would be the Wine Cellar as long as it’s not too much of a temptation and the WiFi signal stays strong.

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