Remote working doesn’t have to mean sitting at the same old desk–or kitchen table–every day. How about swapping that view of your garden/bookshelves/living room wall for something a little more inspiring? A backdrop of red-rock canyons, perhaps–or maybe the ocean. You could even take your office poolside for a while.
The way we work is changing, and so is what we look for in a vacation. A change of scenery–and breathing in some new, fresh air–can provide the headspace needed to approach tasks with new enthusiasm.
The best places for a remote working trip (or work-cation) offer the right environment and amenities to help you settle down to work while also providing opportunities for a little downtime. From a high-tech hotel in San Francisco that has dedicated areas for remote workers to a laid-back lodge steps from the sand in Virginia Beach, we’ve found the best places to work remotely around the US: