Old Edwards Inn & Spa, North Carolina

As professionals have accepted the fact that their office and their kitchen table may very well be the same thing these days, the hospitality industry has taken note.

Now, resorts, campgrounds, golf courses, beachfront cottages, and many other locales you only used to think of as places you would go to escape work, are now inviting those working remotely to set up shop for an extended stay. Options ranging from major hotel brands to boutique hotels are offering remote work package that sound way better than any office perk you used to have.

And why would you work from your small apartment or even a house when you could work from a beautiful resort that will also help you with childcare and schooling like the Punta Mita resort in Mexico? Those without kids in tow can even log on from Vegas.

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