If you’re tired of working from home, you may now be able to work from a luxury hotel instead.
Many hotels across America have started to rent rooms during the day as office workspaces.
This is in an effort to fill rooms that have been left empty because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Intercontinental Hotels, D.C’s Hamilton Hotel, and North Carolina’s Ballantyne are among the many hotels offering the service.
The cost of an eight-hour day would be considerably less than a vacation stay at one of these hotels.
Working from a hotel could provide extra benefits such as high-speed wi-fi and complimentary snacks.
Some hotels are even giving access to their swimming pools or fitness centers for any mid-work breaks you might take.
This could be a safe and socially distanced alternative for people who need a private place to work outside of their homes.
The American Hotel and Lodging Association say hotels have lost $46 billion in room revenue since the crisis began