That was the idea originated from digital nomads and the necessity of many entrepreneurs. Now it's the reality of millions
Hotel groups accepted the challenges and upgraded their spaces after The Covid-19 pandemic. But some of them were prepared before. Accor groups launched Wojo solution for remote working more than one year ago. There are 300 spots in 70 French cities (Wojo spots) and special work corners in hotels (Wojo Corners). And it is developing. Now Accor is trying to catch B2B sector and recreate remote offices in several formats. The first one - an office for up to 3 persons, and the second one - offices for several dozen people transformed from meeting rooms.

Scandic Hotels: remote working
Photo: Scandic Hotels
Other hotels of Accor groups explore different ways. For example, Scottish Fairmont St Andrews has launched a 'home office' concept. Guests can reserve nine hours in hotel room at a discounted rate. Check-in from 9 am and check-out time of 6 pm, all in-room amenities, room service, access to the hotel's public spaces.

The other large hotel group that upgraded its services is Scandic. Scandic hotels launched the network of co-working spaces - around 270 locations in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Germany and Poland. For a fixed price of 19 EUR per day, 79 EUR per week or 199 EUR per month guests can get a comfortable place for remote working with access to quiet areas and a variety of business services.

Radisson Collection Royal Hotel Copenhagen. Hotel Lobby
Radisson Collection Royal Hotel Copenhagen. Hotel Lobby. Photo: Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hotel Group announced the launch of Hybrid Solutions created in partnership with Zoom. Hybrid Meetings offer high-speed internet connection, conferencing system, dual-screens, wireless presentation clicker, and more for virtual meetings and hybrid formats mixing small local gatherings and broadcasting. Hybrid Rooms combine the facilities of an office with the comforts of a superior hotel room, offer easy connectivity to second screen devices, video-conferencing facilities, printing services, unlimited coffee and tea, and other benefits like access to wellness zone. Hybrid Solutions are currently available across 50 hotels in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.


For years Asia was associated with nomadic lifestyle. That's incredible, but talking about 'work-in-hotel' movement, it's not leader. Probably, that's because such country as India is hugely affected. But nomadic paradise Thailand is becoming more and more open for visitors from abroad.
Following this fact, ten hotels in Bangkok, including the Pullman Bangkok King Power, Grand Mercure, VIE Hotel, ibis Styles in Sukhumvit area and others now provide daily co-working room packages. Bangkok offers are actual every day from 8 am to 8 pm.

Singapore is aiming to reopen its borders. So for a more luxurious experience, Raffles Singapore opened its suites to guests from 7 am to 7 pm as part of its 'Work from Home' initiative, with butler service included.

Several months ago, Indian ibis branch offered shared work areas following safety protocols and protection measures. Work@ibis service includes ready-to-use workspaces, meeting and conference rooms, lounges, essential work supplies, an area for coffee breaks and personalised offers on food and beverages.

In Brazil, some hotel rooms of Accor Group are being converted into private office spaces for all kinds of professionals. From 8 am to 8 pm, with a maximum of two people per 'office'.
So the nomadic dream came true. The only difference - we don't have the same level of worldwide travel anymore.
Information for the artice was provided by Scandic, Accor and Radisson hotel groups.
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