The global pandemic has had a profound impact on the way we work. After WFH became the acronym of the year, hotels have been stepping up their game to provide guests with a more luxurious, unique, and refreshing ‘WFH’ experience. 

In these unprecedented times, stress and anxiety can make it difficult to feel motivated, so admiring a beautiful view while taking advantage of world-class amenities and facilities can help you to recapture your mojo! Hotels participating in the Work from Hotel initiative ensure that you have all the necessities on hand, such as high-speed Wi-Fi and business concierge. Take a look below at our favourite choices of WFH Hotel programmes for some inspiration.

Domaine des Etangs, Massignac, France

If you’re tempted by the sound of being able to fully focus in a secluded and enchanting eleventh-century château in the rolling rural French countryside, then Domaine des Etangs is the right place for you. Here, you will be surrounded by forests and lakes so you can truly unwind. To reward a hard day’s work, you can then enjoy a fantastic dinner at Dyades, the property’s Michelin-starred restaurant. Nestled in the calm area of Massignac, expect privacy and very few distractions at this stunning and secluded location.

Mandarin Oriental

The Mandarin Oriental group are transforming their suites into office spaces for their guests with the new ‘Working from M.O.’ programme. A bit like a real office, only better, the suites boast incredible views as well as access to the hotel’s top-notch wellness facilities for winding down after a long day at work. They provide multiple flexible working solutions with exclusive rates, complimentary Wi-Fi, printing services, dining-credit, and access to their world-renowned fitness centres. Whether you find yourself in Hong Kong or New York, Mandarin oriental is ready to welcome you for a refreshing take on your workday at their “Global Home”.

J.K. Place Paris, France

Known for nestling themselves in the most coveted areas of beautiful European cities, J.K. properties are always a pleasure, but the lavish lounges and extended rental suites of J.K. Place Paris takes WFH to another level. Providing guests with communal and private office space, J.K. Place also has decadent post-work relaxation options such as their indoor pool and Sisley Spa. Give yourself that special treatment and allow J.K. Place to take care of you while you take care of your work.

The Marylebone, London, UK

Those looking for long-term WFH arrangements should contemplate one of London’s most luxurious hotels, The Marylebone. A selection of the hotel’s sleek and signature aesthetic rooms have been transformed into private spaces, ideal for working and can be booked on a monthly basis. Membership allows for guests to use all of the hotel’s state-of-the-art facilities, including the fitness gym and pool. Who wouldn’t want to go for a refreshing swim before or after work?

Wythe Hotel, Brooklyn New York, USA

Picture yourself sitting at your desk in one of Wythe Hotel’s Williamsburg loft rooms (conveniently transformed into rentable offices), sipping a coffee while enjoying spectacular riverside views. This 119-year-old converted factory has been remodelled by professional workplace designers ensuring you will have everything you need to feel as if you are in a real office. No stress here, just plenty of space and time to focus.

Auberge Resorts Collection

Take your remote working to a whole new level with Auberge Resorts Collection’s work-play vacation offers. This innovative idea ensures your whole family will be taken care of, with on-site tutors to help the little ones with their education while parents crack on with those highly important Zoom calls and business projects. Auberge suggests that a change in perspective can inspire thinking outside the box and a renewed focus on important projects. With locations ranging all across the US, Hawaii, and Mexico, your workday just got a whole lot better and what’s more, each location offers a dedicated business concierge service to cater for your every need.

The Dorchester, London, UK

The luxurious Work from Hotel package offered by the prestigious Dorchester hotel includes a private suite with a spacious working area, a dedicated IT concierge and £100 spa and dining credit to enjoy when the working day is done. Changing up your scenery with the elegant and classic backdrop of The Dorchester’s interior design will surely get your creativity flowing. With all this and more available, coming to work will be so much more enjoyable!

Fairmont St Andrews, Scotland, UK

For an uninterrupted, premium remote working experience, look to Fairmont St Andrew’s new ‘Home Office’ concept. Surrounding yourself in the sheer opulence of the Fairmont St Andrew’s picturesque views is exactly what you need during this extended remote working situation. And after your long day of hard work, you’ll be able to enjoy their stunning golf course overlooking the sea.

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