Living and working as a digital nomad is no longer a dream among new workers in the workforce; it has become a reality. These days, all a full-time employee needs to work is a computer and a decent WiFi connection. Hotels began to take notice of this growing trend by adjusting future property designs to cater to this new generation of workers.
One such brand to capitalize on this trend is Hoxton. Touted as an open-house hotel, Hoxton has properties in London, Amsterdam, Paris, Portland and New York, with a Chicago property coming soon. Walk into a Hoxton and you won’t feel the stale drab of a standard hotel lobby; instead, the lobbies are full of young professionals typing away on keyboards and mingling with likeminded guests. Hoxton plans to build on this already buzzing activity by opening spaces in future accommodations designated just for coworking, allowing travelers to get business done while on the road and without having to leave the property or cram into a drab business center.
Another brand to take this trend and run with it is Eaton. The hotel chain opened its own coworking membership club at its Washington, D.C. and Hong Kong locations where guests can reserve private, shared or communal workspaces to foster great ideas and collaboration, all with a mission for social good.
Other companies making similar moves in the industry include Marriott’s Moxy and CitizenM, both of which invite locals as well as visitors to mingle in shared spaces and pull up a chair for productive conversation.
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There are many different ways to consume the news in today’s world. Traditional newspapers have become a thing of the past with more and more people choosing to get news from digital outlets. In the age of technology, the issue that arises is there are so many different websites and news outlets to gather information. It’s difficult at times for consumers to figure out which app or website gives them the information most important or relevant to them.
Among the world’s most coveted food capitals today, Macau (officially a Special Administrative Region of China) tops many a list. The 12-square-mile city is home to 19 Michelin-starred restaurants, nine Bib Gourmand and the world’s first fusion cuisine, and was recognized in 2017 as a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy for its singular culinary scene, but its street food culture may be its most popular feature with in-the-know travelers. Here are five top street dishes to prowl for in Macau.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
Shrimp is a summer staple. Seafood in general is consumed more during the summer because many travelers make their way to coastal destinations, but shrimp is king. Shrimp is added to many dishes and served in different forms. All summer, people purchase pounds of shrimp and cook them however they desire to go along with their meal. Several different ways to prepare shrimp are highlighted here to expose travelers to the world of shrimp.