When it comes to remote work, digital nomads are familiar with working from anywhere, be it home, hotels, or other third place locations. But now office workers, who have spent the past 12+ months working from home, are getting their share of the action.
Some are looking to combine their newfound ability to work remotely by accomplishing two things at once: continue business as usual but also enjoy a getaway.
“Flexibility among workers is definitely one of the pandemic’s silver linings,” said Stephanie Tablada, sales and marketing director for the Kimpton Surfcomber Hotel in Miami, “allowing the work-from-home-ridden the opportunity to travel for longer periods of time, and that’s a prominent tendency we’ve observed amongst our guests for the last year.”
The Surfcomber is one hotel that is making the most of the ‘WFH = Work from Hotel’ trend, and is even offering its own worker-friendly bundle including WiFi, coffee, printing, and stationery.
With over two-thirds of Americans (67%) planning to travel this summer, could this be the opportunity for adventure that desk-bound workers have been waiting for?