Work From Hotel, The Alternative From Coworking?
Freelancers, entrepreneurs and working employees now can choose either to work from home, work near home in a cafe or coworking space and now – work from hotel!
The global outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has brought massive challenges to many industries. The ability to stay agile, innovate and pivot is important for a business to stay competitive. In today’s situation, it is also an important strategy to survive and breakthrough.
Work staycation, an escape from home distraction
For the hoteliers, we are seeing the introduction of the “Work From Hotel” package in order to keep business going. Imagine working from a plush hotel business centre, comfy hotel room or even the lounge at a fraction of price; it instantly lifted the spirit of many that are looking to escape from the mundane environment at home. One can also extend their stay with a discount and turn it into a work staycation – may be a welcoming and exciting idea for those who missed leisure travelling.
Escaping from the mundane home office and distractions.
Missing the recipe for long term work productivity
It is recommended that working from a different environment once in a while helps boost productivity. It provides the mind-shift in giving a fresh mind from working from home. Working from a hotel can be an alternative to coworking, but to make it work in the long run, a coworking space may be a better solution.
A space designed for productivity
Whereas a hotel is designed to allow you to relax and recharge, coworking space is primarily designed to boost your work productivity. Each corner of the space and facilities included went through careful selection.
1) Usage of wallpaper and wall murals
Wall murals that exhibit positivity, thought-inspiring can be seen in various corners.
2) Bright spaces filled with abundant natural light
Believe it or not, office space lit with natural sunlight shining through large windows makes it appealing and happy place to work in. Based on a study by Dr. Alan Hedge of Cornell University’s Department of Design and Environmental Analysis, it will also help reduce eye strain, improved mood, fewer report of headaches, less drowsiness and lesser mistakes in work.
Large windows that allow natural lights in the office space improve worker satisfaction and productivity.
3) Facilities that boost productivity
With a monthly fee, you can access to shared business amenities such as meeting rooms, discussion booths, phone booths, break-out areas, printing stations.
All work no play makes Jack a dull boy. Enjoy the facilities that focus on your wellbeing such as a pantry, napping pod, shower room, mothers room, games room.