When work from home was just introduced, it gave enough flexibility for the people to work from any space be it a bedroom, kitchen counter, or even a low sitting space on your balcony. Though eventually, the vibes of monotony work aloof all day without having any social life in person except your family.
But the convergent factors in the U.S. like access to vaccinations, release from the domestic restrictions, declining cases of coronavirus, and lovely weather have driven people to come out of the walls of their homes and explore the best work-from-home cities in the U.S.
All the remote workers who don’t have to work from the office are still enjoying this once-in-a-lifetime window. They are privileged enough to work in such a situation where they have hit the road with a laptop and traverse different places for a long time without taking leave while getting paid. If you are also working remotely and unable to figure out the places to visit in the U.S. here we have some of the great places to work remotely in the USA.
1. Seattle, Washington
Tootle off the eight and a half miles Waterfront Pathway of Seattle and relish the views of Elliot Bay or check out outdoor installations of the city. Shoot in A Sound Garden and the Black Sun. The trip is incomplete without shopping at Pike Place Market which is the local market of this place. It is just a five-minute walk from the Fairmont Olympic Hotel. Make a drive to Mount Rainier National Park or Olympic National Park during the weekend which are just three hours by car. This is among America’s best cities for remote workers because of its scenic beauty.
2. Honolulu, Hawaii
It is a very happening destination to sit right on the beach and enjoy the breeze and waves of the sea. If that’s not enough to convince you to visit this place then Movers and Shaka’s Program would definitely take you here. Ritz Carlton’s residences room offers everything from the kitchen to workspaces to washers and dryers. It makes extended stays more comfortable. You can also stay at the Alohilani Resort, Waikiki beach, and Outrigger Waikiki beach offering a view of the ocean from their room or suite. Wiliwilinui Hiking Trail and Honolulu Museum of Art are nearby to explore. Honolulu is among one of the best cities in the U.S. for remote workers.
3. Jackson, Wyoming
Though Jackson is a small town it has all the big city amenities being a resort town. Book a room at The Lodge At Jackson Hole or you can also settle in a spacious two-four bedroom suite in the Caldera House. While you are not at work, there are plenty of things to see and explore. Ski from one of the area’s three world-famous ski resorts. Also, check out the National Elk Refuge (home to elk herds). A day’s trip to Grand Teton National Park is worth experiencing.
To all the dear foodies out there! Grab a slice from Pinky G’s Pizzeria which is famous due to the Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. You can also have dinner at the new and delicious Coelette restaurant which lies in the Jackson Hole. On the weekend, take a two and a half hour journey to Yellowstone National Park which is going to be a worthwhile drive.
4. Miami Beach, Florida
Florida is hard to beat– if you think about a beachy escape on the mainland. If you are looking for a workcation that is beach-filled, you can count on Miami. Stay in the heart of the island city at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach where you can take an extended stay at affordable pricing like rent along with the resort credits to make your workcation feel more luxe and comfortable. Families who are taking both work and school on road, can avail the amenities of the Shelborne South Beach’s Family Fun and Getting School Work Done” package which comprises access to a classroom-style remote learning room.
Once you are off from your work, not just you can sit along the beachside but also enjoy other places like The Bass’ Outdoor art installations. For a full day escape head to the Everglades National Park which is just a distance of one hour from Miami beach. Adding onto more adventure in your workcation you can climb the 65-foot observation tower at Shark Valley and watch a stunning view over the everglades.
5. Sonoma, California
If a workday succeeded by a glass of pinot noir and tootle off this colonial-era plaza sounds fascinating to you then a workcation to Sonoma, California is something you should wait for. You can stay at the Sonoma Bungalows having a kitchen and open living spaces that are quite perfect to work from home. Lying in the outskirts of the town is the Fairmont Sonoma mission inn and spa along with laid-back property with a School & Pool package. It also includes live outdoor music performances, a special menu for the kids, and enough time for you to spend in the resort’s geothermal pool. Head yourself to the Jack London State Historic Park or the Safari West wildlife preserve during the weekend.
So let’s pack your bags while at work and be a wanderer!