WFH is taking on a whole new meaning as working professionals ditch their home offices in search of new scenery. To meet the needs of restless remote workers, hotels across the country are offering “suite” deals that give employees the privacy they need, and the flexibility they crave. Make one of these indulgent escapes your home office for the day, then unwind by treating yourself to luxe amenities during work hours.
New York City, New York
Take in the sights of SoHo or the Manhattan skyline with new four- or eight-hour room rentals at NoMo SoHo. Choose between a “Workaway” one-bedroom suite with floor-to-ceiling views of the city skyline and a separate living room that makes for an extra-spacious office, or a “Daytrip” guestroom overlooking the surrounding SoHo neighborhood. You’ll get all the coffee you can drink, discounts on contactless room service or dining at NoMo Kitchen, and access to the fitness center for a much-needed mental break.
$89-$119 for four hours; $149-179 for eight hours
Hyatt Centric Las Olas
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Get productive while gazing out at the pool at the newly opened Hyatt Centric Las Olas. The Fort Lauderdale hotel is inviting guests to work from one of its poolside suites. Enjoy an in-room power lunch included as part of your stay, and then unwind with a complimentary after-work activity as your reward–whether that’s free cocktails at Harborwood Urban Kitchen, the hotel’s rooftop restaurant and bar, or a private Peloton spin session.
Email FLLCTemail@example.com to book
Kimpton The Sawyer
Why not take your work outdoors? The Sawyer Hotel is turning its private pool cabanas into remote offices from 9-to-5. Work perks at this downtown Sacramento hotel include complimentary catered lunch from the Revival bar and lounge on the third-floor pool deck, plus a free outdoor Wi-Fi connection at super speeds of 100 megabits per second.
$150/day; Additional $125/night
Call 916-399-4730 to book
Bellagio or Aria Resort & Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada
Now you can combine work and play in the ultimate destination for revelry. Two MGM Resorts, the Bellagio and Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, are offering mid-week stays with office-ready guestrooms, check-in times as early as 8 a.m., late check-out at 6 p.m., and a dedicated executive assistant who can handle appointments and book all of your reservations. The three-tiered package options start with “The Associate,” which includes the aforementioned perks, plus a $50 food and drink credit and a $75 roundtrip flight credit on a JSX jet. “The Manager” package comes with VIP pool passes and a poolside massage, and the “The Executive” option includes a stay in a luxurious suite with a full-day cabana rental.
Starting at $101/night