Watch: China Is Mixing Hotels with Office Spaces

Chinese hotels are catering to a new client base that does it’s work outside of a traditional office. With remote workers on the rise globally, Chinese hotels are incorporating co-working space in their properties for guests. The spaces include shared desks, device charging stations and leisure areas like microbreweries and gardens.

Some hotels are even offering music and photography studios, meeting rooms and urban fitness centers. The idea is based on reactions to market trends and a cultural shift in the workforce.

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