Unprecedented times call for an unprecedented way of doing things, so why not use a hotel room as a private office for the day?

Rove Hotels and Letswork, the UAE’s largest network of workspaces, have expanded their co-working partnership to offer trendy guest rooms at Rove Dubai Marina and Rove Healthcare City as private day-time offices, from April 27, 2020. For many people, there are far too many distractions when working from home, while, for others, a change of scene is exactly what they need to raise their motivation levels.

With this office room day pass, guests will have the perfect environment for a productive workday. Priced at just AED79, the special day pass allows guests to access rooms at the two properties between 6am and 10pm to use as their office for the day. “With people working and connecting differently, we are excited to welcome guests that are looking for a private workspace for the day. We hope this will assist in helping individuals and companies in Dubai continue to work productively whilst following the current best practices set out by the government,” said Paul Bridger, corporate director of operations at Rove Hotels.

The special day pass can be purchased through the Letswork app. Once at the hotel, guests will be required to check-in via the app and present their IDs at the hotel’s front desk for verification and their room key. Throughout the day, they’ll be able to enjoy unlimited tea, water and coffee, and benefit from room amenities, including high-speed Wi-Fi and a comfy sofa to take a break on when needed. Guests may also opt for a meal ‘add-on’ priced from AED35 for breakfast, lunch, iftar, or dinner.

Hamza Khan, co-founder of Letswork, said: “Working from home has been a massive adjustment for many of us, with space and total silence suddenly becoming a luxury. While restrictions on public movement have been eased, a 30% limitation on office occupancy remains. We thought this would be a great solution for those looking for a productive workspace outside their home or office while still staying committed to social distancing guidelines.”