Where am I working this week?

As part of my journey to Tokyo, I had an opportunity to take a side trip to work remotely in Dubai. Once I arrived, I started my research into what Dubai offered in terms of coworking and shared workspaces. There are a number of options, however, I did discover something new. There was a coworking space in a hotel!

The Tryp by Wyndham opened NEST which was only about a 20 minute metro ride from where I was staying. I reached out to the space and was invited to drop in for the day to experience what the space had to offer.

Why should you work in NEST?

Easy. I decided to work out of NEST because it was the first hotel with a coworking space that I had experienced. I have always thought that there were a lot of interesting benefits that hotels could provide coworking and vice versa.

Coworking in a hotel has some interesting possibilities!

The office and flexible workspace looked great!

the basics of a coworking space. There are many different nooks and quiet spaces to have meetings and get work done along with phone booths, lockers, conference rooms, and of course fast WIFI and tasty coffee.

The best part of coworking in a hotel is taking advantage of the amenities of the hotel!Click To Tweet

Best of all, you are also able to take advantage of the amenities of the hotel.

This includes food from the hotel kitchen, access to the pool and gym, and even a discount at the restaurant.

workspaces I have worked out of during the last few years of working remotely from around the world.

Where should I work out of next? If you want me to come to your space or city and cover what flexible and shared working looks like, let me know.

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