Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, remote work has quickly become the new normal—some companies have even decided to let their employees work from home permanently. Which means people around the country are realizing that their makeshift offices are in dire need of a change-up. One solution? Airbnb.
The online vacation rental marketplace reports that guest reviews mentioning “remote work” or “work remotely” since the start of the pandemic have tripled from the same period last year. Hotels are jumping on the trend, too: Hyatt recently launched Work From Hyatt, where guests can book special packages designed for remote work. If you’re getting tired of your dining table–turned–Zoom conference room, check out our favorite listings, below—a change of scene could provide all the inspiration you need.
The One With the Scenic Zoom Background
Log on to your virtual meetings with Montana’s Whitefish Lake in the background and you’ll land that promotion in no time. Not to mention the sunset views after hours are worth every awkward Zoom goodbye.
The One With the Perfect Desk
If you’re in the Windy City and need a change of scenery, look no further. This Wicker Park condominium boasts multiple places to work (if you’re feeling luxurious, the leather couch, or if you want a breeze, the bistro table on the porch); floor-to-ceiling bookcases (even if you don’t read, your bosses will think you do); and, most important, a greenery-filled desk for when you really need to grind.
The One With the Natural Lighting
Contrary to popular opinion, working from home in Los Angeles can’t always happen from the beach, but how about in the heart of the Santa Monica mountains? With wood-lined walls and floor-to-ceiling windows, your Zoom reflection will never look better. Oh, and did we mention there’s a chicken coop?
The One Where You Can Comfortably Cowork
If you’re visiting New York City or just hoping for a change of pace, this Brooklyn loft has plenty of room for you and a partner to comfortably work. Set up at the dining table, at the counter, on the sofa—or even in the checkerboard bathroom.