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Marriott Is Taking Work-From-Home to the Next Level With Hotel Day Passes

by Eben Diskin Oct 27, 2020

Millions of Americans have gotten used to the work-from-home lifestyle the past few months. So used to it, in fact, that it’s probably become pretty monotonous. Marriott International just announced a new program designed for remote workers, allowing work-from-homers to work from various hotel properties.

Marriott Bonvoy’s new Day pass, Stay Pass, and Play Pass packages allow guests to take advantage of a range of options. The Day Pass gives you a hotel room for the day, from 6 AM until 6 PM. The Stay Pass allows for a 6 AM check-in, overnight stay, and 6 PM departure the following day. This pass includes hotel amenities like the gym and pool. The Play Pass, available in luxury and resort locations worldwide, grants guests a business concierge, child supervision, dedicated office spaces, and curated experiences. More details about the various pass options are available online.

Stephannie Linnartz, Marriott’s Group President of Consumer Operations, Technology & Emerging Businesses, said in a statement: “Working remotely doesn’t necessarily have to mean working from home, where blurred lines between personal and professional lives can create distractions and stress. 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. By providing flexible booking options, our loyalty members and guests have a familiar alternative when choosing where to work.”

According to Marriott’s research, people may consider working from a hotel guest room to better break up the work-from-home monotony, have a dedicated workspace, create boundaries between work and personal life, and have a space to focus.

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