Remember the old proverb “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy?” If you’re a frequent business traveler, you probably have an idea of just how easy it is to burn yourself out if you don’t take some to unwind. To address this, you might want to check out one of the business hotels where you can get some work done as well as take a load off and play.
The Volkshotel in Amsterdam can be found inside a newspaper building from the 1960s and it received a major facelift to appeal to creative nomads. On the top floor, guests will find a club and restaurant while the basement houses a cocktail bar and the Werkplaats, a cafe boasting tables designed for co-working. There is also the Broedplaats workspace that includes over eighty desks, multimedia studios, and offices.
Here in the United States, the Hotel Zetta in San Francisco’s SoMA neighborhood is closer to a start-up office than the standard definition of a hotel. The lounge in the lobby features communal work tables alongside games while the rooms boast wood desks that can be converted into standing desks.
Yotel in New York is a mere five minutes from Times Square and is heavily influenced by space. Galactic décor complements a number of forward-thinking features and all 713 rooms of the hotel are designed to emulate the feel of a business class cabin.
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