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The entire world is your office as a digital nomad as long as you have access to great WiFi and suitable working spaces. And while we used to suffer through power plugs in awkward places, and balancing a laptop on pillows, hotels nowadays have really upped their game.

There are a number of hotels now meeting the trend of digital nomadism, and setting themselves up specifically to offer a fantastic work / travel space. They offer strong, fast WiFi, great cafes, and discounts on long stays. 

The hotels mentioned below even have their own co-working spaces.

If you’re working from the road, the following are the top hotels in the world for digital nomads. We’ve chosen our favorites across four continents; use them as your newest international base!

Top Hotels for Digital Nomads

Marvie Hotel & Health, Split Croatia

Marvie Hotel

Ever dreamed of living and working in Croatia? Maybe taking a dip in the Adriatic Sea inbetween meetings, or working  in the morning, and taking the afternoon to sail the Mediterranean?

Marvie Hotel & Health is our first and favorite pick for best digital nomad hotel. Specifically set up for long-term stays, it has co-working spaces within the actual premises, a gluten-free restaurant, rooftop bar with a pool, gym, wellness area, indoor pool, and, most importantly, very strong and reliable wi-fi! (200 Mbps Internet).

A long-term stay is considered to be 28 days or more, and if you don’t wish to work from your room, you can find a more social work setting downstairs in their co-working space.

Though the rooms do have a beautiful sea view from the room, allowing you to work from the room overlooking the Adriatic Sea …

Working from the room overlooking the Adriatic Sea

Working from Deluxe Room

The city of Split has become one of the most popular digital nomad hubs in Europe because of strong connectivity and an easygoing Mediterranean lifestyle; there’s a year round killer climate, safety, and affordable cost of living.

Being part of the EU, EU citizens can move and work here without hassle or needing to apply for a visa. For non EU citizens, the Croatian Government offers a Croatian residence permit, which is a short-term stay for a maximum of 12 months.

For this visa (also called the Croatian digital nomad residence permit), you need to be a third-country national who works for or owns a company that is not registered in Croatia and has no Croatian employees, and when you’re applying you’ll notably need proof of a Croatian address.

If you’ve booked Marvie’s long term stay package, you can include the hotel address in your application for this 12 month visa, which is Peričićeva ul. 1, 21000, Split, Croatia.

Marvie’s Long-term Stay Package

Marvie Hotel Croatia

Get a 50% discount on a 28-day minimum stay throughout the whole year, but if you’re traveling between November 1 2021 – May 1 2022, take advantage of their long term stay package.

Special price for 4 week stays in a Deluxe Room with a sea view from Nov 1st to May 1st, at 1,480 EUR. Just 200 EUR supplement for second person in the room with you (total for 2 persons – 1,680 EUR Nov – May).

Price includes usage of co-working space, wellness area, and indoor and outdoor pool. There’s weekly cleaning, and you get a 15% discount on Room Service orders, and a 15% discount on wellness beauty services and massages.

Visit for more details, or to make a booking.

 The51Hometel, Chiang Mai Thailand

Chiang Mai Thailand RF

Chiang Mai is considered to be Asia’s digital nomad hub, with remote workers and location independent entrepreneurs flocking to set up a base here – it has a thriving expat social community, largely because of the cheap cost of living, and great digital infrastructure.

The51Hometel is our choice of best digital nomad hotel in Chiang Mai, a family operated serviced apartment hotel which offers rates for nightly, weekly or monthly stays. There is strong and stable internet throughout the building even though its shared; low ping and high speeds.

The apartments here are modern, minimalist, and spacious, stylishly furnished with loft style high ceilings, very comfy bedding, and while there’s plenty of space to work within the apartments themselves (huge desk), they also have a shared co-working space if you’re after something more social. 

There’s a laundry room downstairs, a beautiful bakery/restaurant next door open until 3 pm each day for your morning coffee, and a 711 within walking distance for all your extra needs.

Selina Lapa Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

We’ve chosen our favorite in Europe, and our favorite in Asia, next we’re working from South America; and our favorite digital nomad hotel on the continent is Selina Lapa Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Just footsteps away from Selarón’s mosaic stairs and the Lapa Arches, Selina Lapa is a magnet for international travelers, Rio’s emerging artists, and creative entrepreneurs. There’s a South American-inspired restaurant, rooftop terrace, yoga deck, cocktail bar, and a movie room (so plenty to keep the work / life balance in check!).

More importantly though, their co-work space is the heart of Rio’s budding start-up scene, complete with hot desks, communal areas, and a strong WiFi connection.

Standard rooms have a queen-size bed, or there are community shared rooms if you want to mingle with other travelers. They often run discounts on long term stays, up to 15% when you book more than 3 nights (check the website for most current offers).

Hotel Zetta, San Francisco USA

Hotel Zetta

San Francisco is North America’s biggest digital nomad hub, a city of bold contrasts and timeless originals, and a creative hot spot and cultural launchpad for entrepreneurs wanting to be connected and make new discoveries.

Hotel Zetta is an inspiring entrepreneurial retreat, and there’s a great work / life balance, with a sense of play throughout the property, including repurposed artwork and the giant Plinko game in the lobby.

The Playroom is a workspace with Nintendo games, pool tables and shuffleboards, while the hotel’s signature restaurant, The Cavalier, serves British favourites. After a long day of work, unplug with a massage at the on-site spa.

The rooms offer hi-tech conveniences, including Smart TVs, high-speed Wi-Fi and customisable in-room workspaces. For a separate living area and sofa bed, upgrade to the Premier Studio King. 

Megan is an Australian Journalist and award-winning travel writer who has been blogging since 2007. Her husband Mike is the American naturalist and wildlife photographer behind Waking Up Wild; an online magazine dedicated to opening your eyes to the wonders of the wild & natural world.

Having visited 100+ countries across all seven continents, Megan’s travels focus on cultural immersion, authentic discovery and incredible journeys. She has a strong passion for ecotourism, and aims to promote responsible travel experiences.


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