Tired Of Working From Home? Marriott Offering You A 'Day Pass'
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Tired Of Working From Home? Marriott Offering You A 'Day Pass'

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Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Nov 2, 2020

If you’re tired of working from your home space and in need of a change of scenery,  Marriott is offering a “day pass” that will allow you to switch up things a bit.

Members of its Marriott Bonvoy travel program can book a hotel room from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. that will include Wi-Fi and desk space.  Coffee, bottled water, and food will also be available on-site and access to on-site business facilities for printing, faxing, and scanning documents.

The day pass packages will be available at hotels in Atlanta, Dallas, New York, Phoenix, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, London, Singapore, and Toronto, with plans to expand to other cities.  

“Working remotely doesn’t necessarily have to mean working from home, where blurred lines between personal and professional lives can create distractions and stress,” said Stephanie Linnartz, Marriott International’s group president of consumer operations, technology, and emerging businesses.  “We are inviting guests to work anywhere with Marriott Bonvoy to help them be more productive and achieve a better work/life balance by reimagining our hotel rooms as local remote workspaces for our customers.”

Marriott is also offering a “stay pass” option for overnight guests with early check-in at 6 a.m. and late check-out at 6 p.m., as well as a “play pass” that includes a business concierge, supervised children’s activities, office spaces, and curated family experiences.

“Out hotels and our internal teams are engaging and listening to our communities daily to understand how we can best meet their needs locally and globally based on the continuously evolving changes to employer, school, and local mandates and regulations,” Linnartz added.

Find out more information here.