Flexible office provider Industrious has partnered up with Proper Hospitality to transform its suites into private workspaces.
Proper Hotels is known for its emphasis on community and “uncommon luxury.” It often teams up with local businesses to incorporate food, drink, technology, art, music, fashion and wellness into their spaces.
Workers can rent a suite from Industrious Proper Hotel Suites on a daily, weekly or monthly basis for up to six guests or colleagues.
At the moment, the service is available at Proper’s Austin, San Francisco and Santa Monica locations, with plans to expand the program under its sister brands Avalon Beverly Hills, Avalon Palm Springs, Hotel June and Ingleside Inn.
Users of the suites will have access to WiFi, digital access to The New York Times, printing services, Nespresso machines, snacks and water, room service, as well as the hotel’s other amenities.
“With remote work continuing for the foreseeable future, there’s an urgent need for safe, accessible workspace where and when it’s needed – even for employees who are only going to the office once or twice a week,” said Jamie Hodari, CEO and cofounder of Industrious. “People are craving an escape from working from home, but that doesn’t mean they’re ready to get back to the traditional open office. We’re so excited to work with Proper to provide just that sort of novel option.”