The worlds of work, play and travel are merging, and in today’s connected society, where freelance and remote working is becoming more prevalent, whole industries are having to adapt to reflect this. It’s not a secret that the hotel market is saturated, and so hotels are having to find new ways to compete and bring in new clientele. Whether it’s a collaboration with a Michelin-starred chef to open an exciting new restaurant, or opening your business centre to a crowd of co-workers, there is a need to stand out. A “multi-use” strategy like this is not new in the hotel world, but the emergence of co-working spaces in hotels certainly is. Hotel managers have primarily worked with restaurateurs to bring high-end restaurants, cafes and bars into their hotel, but recently they have been experimenting with other ventures.