Best Hotels To Work From: 7 Of The Coolest Workcations
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Best Hotels To Work From: 7 Of The Coolest Workcations

The staycation is cancelled. Enter the workcation.

Let’s be honest, 2020 is the year that all boundaries between work and home disintegrated. Since we now work in our PJs while having our morning coffee and have swapped taking a tea break with colleagues for talking to the cat, it’s fair to say we’re missing the office. If you’re desperate for a change of scene but can’t afford to take time off from work right now, how about tapping into the latest travel trend, the workcation? Here, we bring you the best hotels to work from, after all, WFH (work from hotel) is the new, ahem, WFH.

Workcations: Best Hotels To Work From


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Rosewood London

Rosewood London, Holborn, London

Book a suite transformed into a luxurious office decked out with a grand desk, Rosewood London stationery and all the usual workplace facilities. You can also make use of The Rosewood Family Concierge, with babysitting facilities and a dedicated Rosewood Tutor. Rosewood London’s Butler Service will also handle all work-related needs such as printing and scanning, shoe shining, suit and shirt ironing, as well as unlimited tea and coffee runs from the onsite Holborn Dining Room.


Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire

Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire

Fancy working in a luxurious countryside retreat rather than in your too-familiar home office? The Workcation package includes day use of a room at the hotel as well as a polyvalent working space, which can be transformed from a ‘minema’ with an 85” screen to a dining or board room, and includes a lounge set up throughout the day. It also includes in-room refreshments, sandwiches and snacks, and the option to add yoga sessions, bootcamps or meditations.

BOOK: from £250 a day |

University Arms

University Arms, Cambridge

The Work From Hotel package at the city’s most historic hotel includes daily room hire from 8am-6pm in a superior room designed by designer-du-jour Martin Brudnizki, which have been transformed into beautifully-appointed private offices. WFH-otel guests will have complimentary access to the hotel’s gym, a special parking rate of £15 per day, with Parker’s Tavern food on speed-dial. Guests can make the most of ‘Creative Hour’ between 4-5pm each day when a Cambridge Dry Gin & Tonic will be mixed door side on the hotel’s bespoke cocktail trolley to add some creativity to the later working hours.

BOOK: an office room at University Arms is £129 per day | [email protected] |

The Marylebone Hotel

The Marylebone Hotel, London

A selection of the rooms on the first floor have been converted into sleek workspaces for those looking to escape working from home. Members can book a DC Workspace on a monthly basis and enjoy all the hotel facilities, discounted food and drinks, access to meeting space and the Third Space gym and pool.

BOOK: DC Workspace at The Marylebone will offer monthly memberships. Prices will start from £3,000 a month. To enquire or book contact: [email protected] |

The Milestone Hotel & Residences

The Milestone Hotel & Residences, London

The ultimate Work from Hotel package includes your very own residence with a private entrance and views overlooking Kensington Palace for an overnight stay. Guests will also have access to a personal work and wellness butler to deliver meals, teas, coffees and soft drinks throughout the day plus a hamper of homemade treats as a pick-me-up to help brighten up afternoons of back-to-back Zoom calls. A chauffer driven car is also included for running to and from important meetings in the city. The package also includes a bespoke menu consultation and dinner with the property’s Executive Chef, Rob Creaser.


The Standard Library

The Standard, London

The Standard’s WFH a.k.a Work From Hotel package gives guests special prices on a premium room with a desk and working space plus both coffee and wi-fi of maximum strength. Get focused 9am-6pm with 25% off all drinking and dining at our Double Standard restaurant or in-room dining and if at the end of the day you feel like staying over it will only cost an extra £50.

BOOK: from £100 |

Lucknam Park

Lucknam Park, Cotswolds

If you need a complete change of scenery, check out Lucknam Park’s new mid-week working offer, where remote workers can stay four nights and pay for three or stay seven, pay for five. Enjoy open fireplaces, comfy antique chairs, plush sofas and plenty of cosy corners to settle with a laptop, with complimentary tea and coffee available throughout the day. For added focus, opt for one of the Country Rooms, Manor Rooms, Suites or three standalone cottages, which all offer smart writing desks.



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