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11 Hotels with Workspaces That You’ll Want to Work at Forever

Whether you’re a free-flying digital nomad or just looking to get a little work done on the go, hotels with workspaces are a godsend. Offering perks like high-speed internet, ample desk space, and (most importantly) free snack bars, they’re a great way to stay productive without having to hole up in your hotel room. Those with communal coworking setups are ideal environments for connecting with like-minded creatives. Or if you’re in need of something more private, some also feature apartment-office hybrids, perfect for teams and meetings.

That being said, finding the right place to plant your laptop is often a lucky draw. So with over 400 million annual visitors to HotelsCombined, we’ve scanned our spreadsheets for the hotels with workspaces that tick all the right boxes. From hot desks to cool event spaces, these dreamy digs have everything you need to up your output while you’re working remotely. Meanwhile, their smart and snappy interiors will please even the most discerning workers. Trust us—punching clock never looked so good.

1. Zoku Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Sunrise in Amsterdam canal

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Zoku Amsterdam, The Netherlands, hotel with workspaces

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Best for: Teams and short term residencies

We’ve never been fans of living to work, but the setup at this hip Amsterdam hotel certainly makes it look good. Zoku sells itself as a home-office hybrid, featuring innovative lofts that double as both workspaces and bedrooms for one to two people. True to their handful of design awards, everything about these apartments works to maximize space and efficiency. The staircases disappear into the walls, the cabinets flush with the walls, and the king-sized bed is somehow tucked into an elevated cubbyhole without compromising on natural light. What do they do with all this extra room? Squeeze in an incredibly spacious rainforest shower and a four-person work desk.

We also love:

  • Living Kitchen. A social restaurant and co-working space featuring long communal tables and chatty chefs.
  • Zoku Bootstrap. Sharply outfitted private bunk bed rooms, perfect for making a short stay on the cheap.
  • The rooftop garden. Complete with swinging hammocks and a tropical greenhouse that guarantees a breather no matter what the weather’s like outside.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 268 – USD 283
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: Weesperstraat 105, 1018 VN Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

2. Mama Shelter Prague, Czech Republic

Tourists at the Old Town Square, Prague

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Mama Shelter Prague, Czech Republic, hotel with workspaces

Photo|Mama Shelter Prague| Provided by ICE PORTAL

Best for: Creative workshops

Mama is the kind of gal who covers her desktop computer in band stickers, the chick who’s out the office at 6 p.m. sharp (she’s got boozy bowling at 7). She keeps it casual, knows how to take a joke, and that’s exactly what you’ll find at one of the zaniest hotels with workspaces in downtown Prague.

This is a real big-kid playground. We’re talking rope suspended settees, a pop-art color-scheme, and kitschy lamps made out of party masks. With free movies on demand and a kick-ass bar (available to book for events), Mama knows how to throw a mean slumber party for her guests. But it’s her wacky ateliers that you’ll want to check out if you’re in need of a meeting venue or private space for your team.

We also love:

  • Mama’s Terrace. The good lady’s premium patio, complete with seaside tents, rattan chairs, and striking views of Prague’s old quarter.
  • The business corner. A functional little nook for when you need to put the party on pause and photocopy that fact sheet.
  • Mama’s brunch. Fancy weekend fare for her favorite boys and girls, plus free check out if you’re moving on!

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 70 – USD 147
Guest Rating: 8.8
Address: Veletrzni 1502/20, 170 00 Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic

3. TRYP by Wyndham Dubai, UAE

Looking along desert towards the business district

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TRYP by Wyndham Dubai, UAE, hotel with workspaces

Photo|TRYP by Wyndham Dubai| Provided by ICE PORTAL

Best for: Working vacations

For some hotels with workspaces, it’s all about the grind. That’s not how they do things at TRYP. With a poolside tapas bar, cocktail lounge, onsite restaurants, and superb city views, there’s plenty here to reward yourself after a particularly productive morning. Getting wired isn’t a problem either, thanks to NEST, the hotel’s fully integrated co-working facility. We’re not just talking about unlimited coffee, business center services, and cozy couches either. Members can also enjoy dining discounts, cheaper hotel room rates, and access to TRYP’s pool and gym. If you’re just passing through, take full advantage of everything on offer by getting the NEST and REST deal, from 275 AED ($75).

We also love:

  • Local Space. TRYP’s multifunctional meeting venue for those that need somewhere to touch base privately with the team.
  • ABZ Gym. Work up a sweat and come back to that project with a fresh pair of eyes. Features free weights and morning yoga classes.
  • Casual bites and half-day happy hours, for that extra-long after work.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 96 – USD 364
Guest Rating: 8.6
Address: Al Saef 1 Street, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

4. Eaton HK, Hong Kong

forest against buildings in Hong kong

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Eaton HK, Hong Kong, hotel with workspaces

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Best for: Getting inspired

An unconventional space that says no to labels, Eaton House is a hub for Hong Kong’s creative crowd. Like most hotels with workspaces, it offers generous desk spaces, promotes collaboration, and has private spaces for meetings and events. But it’s artistic leanings are all too prominent. Exhibitions, contemporary dance recitals, and creative workshops are all regular features here—as are the independent film screenings at the onsite cinema. If you need to clear your mind, there’s a fantastic pastel-colored swimming pool on the roof that looks like a Roman bath. Member passes at Eaton House coworking space also get you access to an entire calendar of cultural events and wellness experiences.

We also love:

  • Eaton Rooms. Effortlessly cool, retro-inspired decor without skimping on any of the modern comforts, including a smart TV and USB charging ports.
  • Yat Tung Heen. Moody one-Michelin-star restaurant that takes aesthetic cues from the Shanghai jazz age.
  • Free Breakfast. An impressively varied morning spread—especially as you don’t have to pay a penny!

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 114 – USD 369
Guest Rating: 8.7
Address: 380 Nathan Road, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

5. Ovolo Woolloomooloo, Sydney, Australia

Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf at dusk

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Ovolo Woolloomooloo, Australia, hotel with workspaces

Photo|Ovolo Woolloomooloo| Provided by BOOKING.COM

Best for: the thoughtful little extras

You probably thought hotels with workspaces didn’t hand out free bevvies from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. You probably haven’t been to Ovolo Woolloomooloo. Located on artsy Finger Wharf, just outside the CBD, this hotel fits right in with its trendy surroundings. The Lo Lounge is where you’ll do all your urgent adulting. But before you plonk yourself down in front of your laptop, take a peek at the sexy surroundings. We’re talking Scandi-chic game corners, hot pink suede chairs, and artificial trees decked out with fairy lights. The perks are a nice plus too. On top of the late-afternoon libations, you’ll also get a killer complimentary breakfast and access to an indoor lap pool. Don’t forget to clear out the minibar either—it’s free!

We also love:

  • The vegan in-room dining. Because everyone forgets the plight of the plant-based traveler, Ovolo has partnered with Alibi, just down the wharf, to provide craveable yet conscious comfort food straight to your door.
  • The waterfront location. Who doesn’t like to be beside the seaside—even if it’s for a zoom call? If you can tear yourself away from the harbor views, Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens and The Old Fitz Theatre are right around the corner.
  • The lofty bedrooms. All that extra bed-bouncing room. You’ll also get a generous goody bag full of nice nibbles.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 379 – USD 1,025
Guest Rating: 9.2
Address: 6 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo Bay, NSW 2011, Australia

6. The Curtain, London, United Kingdom

tourist woman in London

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The Curtain, London, UK, hotel with workspaces

Photo|The Curtain| Provided by ICE PORTAL

Best for: pushing up that productivity

As one of London’s biggest creative hubs, it’s only natural that Shoreditch has spades of hotels with workspaces. You can plug in and start up pretty much anywhere in the neighborhood. But if you want to clock in at least a couple of hours of real concentration, Design Studio, The Curtain’s comprehensive co-working space, might be your best bet.

Grab your MacBook and throw yourself into a vintage club chair or grab a spot at one of the communal tables. If you’ve got your team in tow, head through to the well-equipped boardroom, which seats up to 20 people. When you’re ready to take five, there’s craft coffee, fresh salads, and a fridgeful of beer at the bar corner. If you can’t tear yourself away from your laptop come noon, The Curtain also has healthy working lunches available to order.

We also love:

  • The day-to-night brasserie and lounge area. The rooftop pool might sound a tad chilly outside of London’s fleeting summer months, but that’s nothing heated water a retractable glass roof can’t fix.
  • The award-winning soul food. Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson brings his cosmopolitan twist on the southern cooking style to the Red Rooster’s London location.
  • The wellness center. Treat yourself after work with a little aromatherapy by Ruuby.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 497 – USD 1,293
Guest Rating: 8.8
Address: 45 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 4PJ, United Kingdom

7. L Hotel Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia

seminyak sunset

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L Hotel Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia, hotel with woekspaces

Photo|L Hotel Seminyak| Provided by BOOKING.COM

Best for: surfing waves and webpages

Bali’s digital nomad culture has been booming for the past couple of years, so its to be expected that one of its hotels with workspaces would make this list. L Hotel offers a tailored coworking experience, with a resort-inspired communal space and private computer booths for those remote video conferences. Because treating yourself is the ethos of Kuta culture (let’s not forget all those spas), the co-working space also provides a personalized butler service.

We also love:

  • The suite life. L Hotel’s Luxe Suites feature freestanding bathtubs, premium bedding, and gorgeous paddy field views.
  • The rooftop space. In addition to sea and city views, this spacious terrace also serves thoughtful farm-to-table fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
  • The pool area. Why freelance in Bali if you can’t take a dip in between meetings? Boasts sun loungers and a day bar.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 39 – USD 133
Guest Rating: 8.0
Address: Jl. Raya Petitenget No 8l, Kuta 80361, Indonesia

8. Hotel Schani Wien, Vienna, Austria

Evening at the Hofburg Palace entrance

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Hotel Schani Wien, Vienna, Austria, hotel with workspaces

Photo|Hotel Schani Wien| Provided by BOOKING.COM

Best for: seminars that are too cool for school

Located in culturally affluent Vienna, Hotel Schani’s coworking space draws on the communal traditions of its city’s rich café culture. “Your Space” is a spot to rub shoulders with the locals—figuratively that is, as the brightly lit area is set across two generously spacious levels. Prices are very reasonable, too. If you’re staying elsewhere in town, a flex desk goes for just 10€ a day. Guests will also be able to enjoy access to the hotel’s beautiful urban garden, perfect for comparing notes over a light lunch. The real highlight, however, is the seminar spaces, which can accommodate up to 140 people. Nab the ones on the rooftop and you’ll also have access to a private terrace. Take five anyone?

We also love:

  • Sleepovers at Schani’s. The hotel’s smartly decorated rooms unlock with your smartphone. There are also rainforest showers, rainforest showers, and enough space to swing a strudel.
  • Breakfast at Schani’s. Why even bother starting the day if it isn’t with a wicker basket full of freshly baked goodies? The selection of organic teas will also help put a little pep in your step.
  • Pregaming at Schani’s. Mingle with the after-work crowd at Schani’s hip and happening onsite bar, preferably after a pour of their homemade Seven Botanicals Gin.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 98 – USD 255
Guest Rating: 8.7
Address: Karl-Popper-Strasse 22, 1100 Vienna, Wien, Austria

9. RYSE Autograph Collection by Marriott, Seoul, South Korea

Cheonggyecheon stream running through Jongro CBD of Seoul

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RYSE Autograph Collection by Marriott, South Korea, hotel with workspaces

Photo|RYSE Autograph Collection by Marriott| Provided by BOOKING.COM

Best for: creative inspiration

We know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but RYSE is more like that beautifully curated ZINE you leave out on your coffee table. Who cares what’s inside? It’s gorgeous! That being said, there is plenty of substance behind the pretty veneer. Once you finish wowing at the minimalist/industrial decor and Hongdae skyline, seat yourself at one of the communal tables and let the creativity flow. Need to rest your eyes? There’s a library of print magazines on the third floor (they’re big on supporting independent publishers), as well as frequent creative workshops and exhibitions. If you’re convinced you can power through to tomorrow morning, head up to the 15th floor for Side Note, the music venue and rooftop space that traces the origins of hip hop.

We also love:

  • The funky rooms. RYSE draws inspiration from Hongdae’s community of thinkers and doers to create rooms like the Artist Suite, which uses stained-glass to put a high-contrast filter over its great city views.
  • The events calendar. It’s not PR fluff—RYSE is literally at the center of all that’s hip and happening in Hongdae. Check out what’s on here.
  • The streetwear store. Pick up some serious threads at Worksout, the hip-hop inspired outfitter’s that is set across three floors.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 172 – USD 305
Guest Rating: 9.3
Address: 130 Yanghwa-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul 04038, South Korea

10. The Assemblage John Street, New York, United States

Crowds of people crossing street on zebra crossing in New York, USA

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The Assemblage John Street, US, hotel with workspaces

Photo|The Assemblage John Street| Provided by BOOKING.COM

Best for: all-round office wellness

“Invest in your employees and it’ll pay off.” The Assemblage John Street has had no trouble in making use of that particular pearl of wisdom at their art deco digs in downtown Manhattan. Featuring yoga classes, a meditation room, and a vibrant, botanical-filled café, this harmonious hotel is so zen that for one blissful second you might even forget you’re still in New York. Stick around once you’ve sent off that report. The Assemblage John Street offers a full calendar of cultural events and movie screenings. Or if you just want a quiet place to linger over a drink and recollect your thoughts, there are two beautiful outdoor terraces.

We also love:

  • The apartments. Wait… simple, brightly lit suites with ample workspace and we’re slap in the center of the financial district? What’s the catch…
  • The podcast studio. The Assemblage’s fully-equipped audio center has everything you need to get the word out, as well as workshops and classes for those just starting out.
  • The assembly. All hotels with workspaces give you a platform to get creative. The Assemblage shows you how to maximize your potential. Check out the assembly for inspiring leadership talks and insightful mindfulness workshops.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 631 – USD 720
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 17 John Street, New York, NY 10038, United States

11. 9hotel Sablon, Brussels, Belgium

Belgium, Ghent, old town, Korenlei and Graslei, historical houses at River Leie at dusk

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9hotel Sablon, Belgium, hotel with workspaces

Photo|9hotel Sablon| Provided by ICE PORTAL

Perhaps it’s the modish upholstered chairs. Perhaps it’s updated 19th-century architecture. We’re not sure, but something about the 9hotel’s killer good looks makes us want to stay indefinitely. Located right minutes away from Brussels Train Station, you’re right in the heart of the European capital. Before you head out and explore, though, don’t forget to check out the generous co-working space, which features hyperfast internet and plenty of private space for touching base with the team. Best of all, there’s a cavernous indoor heated pool to dip into before you start your day or after a serious session at your keyboard.

 We also love:

  • The Swedish sauna. Seal the deal like a Scandinavian or just let loose a little steam at the end of the day.
  • The lofty duplexes. We’re the kind of gorgeous attic spaces that made you want to visit Europe in the first place.
  • The greedy breakfast buffet. A fully continental spread to keep you powering through the day.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 120 – USD 489
Guest Rating: 8.4
Address: Rue De La Paille 2-8, Brussels 1000, Belgium

Get Productive Straight Out of Bed at These Hotels with Workspaces

professionals discussing at desk

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When you’re new in town, finding the right place to plant your laptop is always a bit of a struggle. Hotels with workspaces integrated into them mean you can cut out the café-trawling and hit the desk running on day one. Throw in heated pools, rooftop bars, and a handful of other thoughtful extras, and all that productivity becomes positively pleasurable. So, go on treat yourself to a working experience you actually enjoy, because who said life couldn’t be one long vacation?

What do you look for in a co-working hotel? Let us know in the comments below!

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