Hilton rolls out work-from-hotel program

Hilton is tapping into the remote-work trend with the debut of WorkSpaces by Hilton

A portfolio wide work-from-hotel pilot program rolling out across the U.S. and the U.K.

Day-use rooms include a spacious desk, ergonomic chair, and enhanced WiFi
Day-use rooms include a spacious desk, ergonomic chair, and enhanced WiFi

Amenities include in-room cocktail delivery, stability balls, air purifiers, and more.

Under the WorkSpaces initiative, guests can utilize a room as a remote office, with participating properties currently offering new daytime rates.

Each WorkSpace by Hilton booking is inclusive of a private, standard guestroom with a desk and chair, complimentary WiFi, food and beverage options, access to various hotel amenities and other benefits.

Example offers include daytime use of a room at the Conrad New York Downtown in Manhattan, where WorkSpace rates start at $300 per day and guests receive perks like room service delivery for breakfast and lunch as well as a 4 p.m. cocktail delivery. Another participating property is the Hilton Boston Back Bay, which offers WorkSpace rooms starting at $99 per day and featuring amenities like an in-room air purifier, wireless printer, ergonomic chair and more.

Or, you can work from the waterfront at the Canopy by Hilton in Washington, D.C. Rooms there come equipped with 55-inch TVs and Nespresso machines. Work-from-hotel day rates starting at $129 come with a complimentary cocktail.

Hilton is providing day rates at hotels in both the U.S. and U.K., but you’ll have to call the individual properties to book packages. And yes, you will be able to earn Hilton Honors points while working from the properties.

Hilton joins a growing number of hotel chains and independent properties around the world courting remote workers to fill their empty guest rooms as the pandemic continues to disrupt travel around the world.

Guests can book a WorkSpaces by Hilton room by contacting participating hotels directly via phone.

Endless Possibilities

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