Workspaces in Hotels
A Match Made in Heaven!

How can hotels benefit from the FlexWorking trend?

Why you should offer Flex Workspaces an add your space on DeskNow?

Growing Demands And New Trends
The Flex Office demand has increased by 21% annually since 2010 and shows no sign of slowing down. The number of customers choosing a Flex Working solution is supposed to hit 3.8 million by End of 2021. #Worktation is trending, with travelers looking for Flex Workspaces, your hotel is just what is missing!
Better Usage Of Your Space
Your hotel has many different environments — both open space areas and enclosed rooms — mainly going underutilized. Spaces like the lobby, business center, patios, garden areas (in warmer climates), and event spaces are all able to be converted relatively easily into flexible working environments. You can switch unused rooms as workplaces and let them during office hours.
Create Additional Revenue
Turn your open spaces into a revenue stream that doesn’t follow your hotel’s typical cycles and protects you from the highs and lows of seasonality and significant events. At the same time, CoWorking creates a new unique selling proposition for your hotel in general.
Better Brand Loyalty
Improve your customer loyalty by offering CoWorking as a package and invite new #Worktation customers to your hotel. Besides generating revenue, on-demand workspaces also help hotels develop positive guest experiences and make guests feel that their needs are understood.
Hospitality must evolve towards more flexibility and open the gates to non-travelers for a drink, a yoga course, a fitness room, etc. We are now offering our hospitality expertise in new playing fields through strategic partnerships, for example, such as CoWorking places.
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So how to adapt to the change in behaviors and capitalize on the trend? Offer bookable workplaces with DeskNow
Through the rise of business travel, remote working, hotels are approached by travelers who want to work while traveling. The days when the guest rooms were the only essential criteria are gone. Instead, travelers spend time in previously transient areas: lobbies, business centers, patios, and rooftops have become spaces for work, networking, socializing, and more.
Faced with new societal behaviours and other challenges arising from coronavirus pandemic, the classic hotel industry is evolving by launching new initiatives.
On-demand workspaces are areas within the hotel that have been converted to desk space, meeting rooms, areas for private calls, or even coworking spaces. They are typically available to hotel guests for free (or a nominal amount), and to the public for hourly or daily rates. They are incredibly useful for hotel guests who want to get some work done, and can be a valuable additional revenue stream for hotels.
CoWorking spaces share similar characteristics with hotels: locations, concierge & customer service and they offer food and drinks Take action and use those areas much more efficiently by turning them into online bookable workspaces.