Being a digital nomad and working remotely you will have to take into consideration various factors that will affect your stay at a particular location. These factors range from the speed of the internet, visa approvals and most importantly the quality and cost of living at that particular location. The present population of digital nomads believe that the working space available at a particular destination contributes a lot in deciding whether to opt for it.
Changing locations off and on, a remote worker would like to settle in a place that is comfortable, supports his work, provides a reliable internet connection without any interference and does not cause a hole in the pocket. There are various hotels at different locations that cater to all the aspects of traveling as a digital nomad and provide further opportunities for growth through ample networking. Mostly small hotels serve the purpose of these digital nomads who need creativity and co-working space along with the low cost of living.
All countries that make space for tourists and digital nomads allow for the low cost of living and provide amenities within accessible limits so as to facilitate the inflow of tourists and digital nomads in their country. It helps their economy. Below are a few handpicked hotels for you to reserve your rooms in as a digital nomad and enjoy your stay in the respective country giving you a chance to network and meet like-minded individuals during your travel and stay.
1) HOBO HOTEL – STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
Hobo Hotel is at a location that is near to the Stockholm Palace. The hotel is spread over five floors with food and beverages scattered on the third and fourth floor while the fifth floor is a digital nomad paradise. Known as 5EMMAN, the fifth floor has a co-working space and also has space for coffee breaks in between work. Also, after work, the place can be turned into a relaxing concert area where you can experience live DJ to unwind after a tiring day.
The rooms are designed in a way to make the stay comfortable for the remote workers, with Wi-Fi and a television screen. There are peg-walls where you can insert items to connect and stream and has a headboard that unfolds into a desk where you can work while staying in your room.
2) VOLKSHOTEL, AMSTERDAM
This hotel was home to a newspaper building in 1960 and has around 170 rooms. It has a café that promotes co-working and provides opportunities for networking. A remote worker has the freedom to work from his room or use the café to co-work with like-minded people. This hotel in Amsterdam with a breathtaking view has a popular restaurant and a club on the top floor for people to relax after a long working day and it also has a basement cocktail bar. The interior is quite creative giving vintage vibes with newspapers pasted on the walls.
3) MOJO NOMAD, HONG KONG
Mojo Nomad is managed by the Ovolo group of Hong Kong is located in the most happening neighborhood of Aberdeen. The hotel offers shared rooms with three to eight beds. This hotel is a must stay place for the millennial digital nomads. There is another room with fourteen bed designed in an attempt to facilitate a team of remote workers. The hotel has a separate dormitory for women workers which is known as the ‘Wonder Women’ and a quiet room for people who would like to work in silence known as the ‘Cone of Silence’. The internet connectivity is high-speed and there is also a café brewing addictive coffee to unwind after a long day.
4) KOHUB, THAILAND
This hotel for digital nomads is located in Koh Lanta, which is a lush green island somewhere between Krabi and Phuket in the sea. It is a casual place for people who are not high maintenance and needs a neat room. The hotel offers one to four-bedroom apartments with a small but clean kitchen and facilities like air-conditioning and hot water. To go around the town you can easily rent a scooter. You don’t have to worry about internet connectivity as the island has a speedy internet connection. Moreover, facilities like printing and scanning are available on rent. The seating is located a few steps from the beach but in times of heat flashes, there are air-conditioned rooms available. The hotel also has generators because the island faces regular power failures.
5) LIVIT SPACES, BALI
This is located in Bali’s neighborhood, Gianyar and the new one opened up in central Sanur. Livit offers a comfortable and relaxing environment for all remote workers. It offers a villa that has amenities like a pool, common lounging areas, and co-working stations. To create a productive environment the occupants are offered three meals a day and housekeeping facility. This hotel offers great contemporary amenities such as programs dedicated to mentoring and other various networking events as part of the stay in the Livit space. At Livit Space in central Sanur, you will be able to enjoy different events, workshops, and also a café on the location for you to unwind and relax after work.
6) ACE HOTEL, LONDON, SHOREDITCH
Ace Hotel is popular for the comfort it provides to the remote workers who are away from home. They got all you could for when you are away from home; spacious living areas, comfortable rooms, and great coffee. If you are a creative remote worker then this hotel should be your go-to on the main Shoreditch. The hotel is home to a lot of digital nomads who are fond of networking, eating and looking out for free Wi-Fi.
The best part is that the lobby of the hotel is open throughout the day and connects to a famous coffee café.
These are six best hotels for different parts of the world that will make your stay at your next destination not only fun but comfortable and productive.
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