7 WorkSpaces by Hilton for a Change of Scenery

Remote workers can earn bonus points in a dedicated work environment outside the home when they book WorkSpaces by Hilton.
Ramsey QubeinDec 3, 2020

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Working remotely doesn’t have to mean being stuck at your kitchen table while enduring the distractions and interruptions of daily life. Hotels have gotten creative in offering “work-from-hotel” packages, creating spaces where you can boost productivity while enjoying a change of scenery.

The World of Hyatt and Marriott Bonvoy properties have some sweet deals among their work-from-hotel offers. Not to be outdone, Hilton Honors recently rolled out its new WorkSpaces by Hilton program, offering guests the comfort of a hotel room with an array of remote office perks and the promise of Hilton Honors points.

It's a welcome addition to the growing list of hotels you can work from for a day. Here's what you need to know about Hilton's program.

What you need to know

Availability and inclusions

WorkSpaces by Hilton are available across the U.S., Canada (except in Quebec) and the U.K. These remote office packages come with a quiet work room and conveniences like free wireless internet, an ergonomic chair, coffee and even cocktail delivery. Guests can also use hotel facilities like the gym, swimming pool, spa and lounge areas, conditional on any health-related restrictions that may be in place.

Think of it as a swanky office building with lots of amenities.

Phone bookings only

To book these packages, you must call the hotel directly. WorkSpaces by Hilton charges a “day rate,” so these are not overnight packages like the ones offered in Work from Hyatt and Marriott’s Work from Anywhere offerings.

Nerdy tip: Some participating Hilton hotels may offer discounted rates for an overnight extension, but the package is designed primarily to give remote workers a space to be productive in the daytime.

How points work

A day booked through this package counts as a night as well as a stay; this means you'll simultaneously earn Hilton points and make progress toward Hilton Honors elite status. Not only will you get a distraction-free workspace, but you will also earn both points toward free nights and a "stay credit."

Continue the progress you've made toward earning status by booking these day rates and you may enjoy perks for even longer — Hilton has extended elite status for many Honors members through early 2022.

If you book a WorkSpaces by Hilton package at a property that normally offers guests free breakfast or a happy hour, the hotel may or may not extend those perks to you — just be sure to ask when making a reservation.

Earn a points bonus

Book a WorkSpaces by Hilton package by March 31, 2021, to get a one-time bonus of 10,000 points after your first stay at participating properties. If you have Hilton Honors elite status, you’re also eligible for space-available room upgrades, club lounge access and premium, high-speed wireless Internet.

WorkSpaces by Hilton properties worth checking out

Here are a few hotels offering a quiet work space and some extra perks as part of the WorkSpaces by Hilton experience.

Waldorf Astoria Park City - Park City, Utah

Photo courtesy of Waldorf Astoria Park City.

Waldorf Astoria Park City offers day rates that start at $149 and include access to the luxury resort’s health club and spa facilities. If you need even more space to clear your head, you can break up the workday with a ski run on the nearby slopes before returning to your room to get back to the grind. Lounge areas with cozy fireplaces and views of the Wasatch Mountains can provide ample inspiration to finish work early and squeeze in a little fun.

The Curtis, A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel - Denver

Photo courtesy of The Curtis, A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel.

At The Curtis in downtown Denver, WorkSpaces by Hilton rates start at $129. The themed rooms here include a guest room design based on the “Ghostbusters” movie and one designed around video games. If you’re looking for a workspace that is nothing like your home office, this hotel has it. Once you’re finished working, The Curtis offers socially responsible, complimentary activities like beer tasting, bingo and yoga to help you wind down.

Hilton Cabana Miami Beach

Photo courtesy of Hilton Cabana Miami Beach.

Finish that quarterly report under a shaded cabana on the beach. When you clock off at the Hilton Cabana Miami Beach, you can cruise surrounding areas on one of the hotel's loaner bicycles or hit the water with available sports equipment. In addition to the hotel’s pools and beach areas, day guests receive a 20% discount on food and beverages. Rates for this offer start at $79.

DoubleTree by Hilton Washington DC North/Gaithersburg

Photo courtesy of DoubleTree by Hilton Washington DC North/Gaithersburg.

The signature DoubleTree cookie guests receive on arrival is allure enough, but remote workers in the D.C. area will also appreciate free parking at the DoubleTree by Hilton Washington DC North/Gaithersburg. Add to that a complimentary lunch and coffee, and this property offers a great deal. Rates begin at $69 for the WorkSpaces by Hilton package.

The Verve Hotel Boston Natick, Tapestry Collection by Hilton - Boston

Photo courtesy of The Verve Hotel Boston Natick, Tapestry Collection by Hilton.

The design theme at The Verve Hotel Boston Natick, Tapestry Collection by Hilton celebrates American pop culture. Its art commemorates the movies, music, TV shows and commercials of the 1960s through 1990s. WorkSpaces by Hilton rates here start at $70 and include a quiet guest room, coffee, access to the hotel’s gym and unlimited use of its video games — like Pac-Man — for a bit of midday decompression.

Hilton Boston Back Bay - Boston

Photo courtesy of Hilton Boston Back Bay.

Views of the Charles River take center stage at Hilton Boston Back Bay, which features a host of amenities to make this a comfortable remote office. Rooms include an air purifier, complimentary bottled water, a wireless printer, a paper shredder, an ergonomic desk chair and a Bluetooth speaker. For a quick workout, rooms are stocked with resistance bands and a stability ball. The $99 starting rates for this package include a $20 credit to the lobby’s Corner Pantry.

Conrad New York Downtown

Photo courtesy of Conrad New York Downtown.

If you need to get out of your cramped Manhattan apartment, Conrad New York Downtown is offering a day rate starting at $250. Though pricey, it includes a number of amenities, such as room service delivery for both breakfast and lunch, cocktail delivery at 4 p.m., a relaxation treatment discount, and a “Zen” box with goodies valued at $100.

The bottom line

If you're tired of the daily grind at your home office, consider a change of pace by reserving a workspace for a day at a nearby Hilton hotel. You can earn bonus points, make headway toward earning elite status and enjoy useful amenities in a quiet environment.

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