Staycations have been one of the many ways travel-lovers have maintained their sanity during these pandemic times. And while checking into a hotel and trying to pretend you’re in Bali, Europe or somewhere in Japan is a totally perfect way to relax and unwind, some might be looking for something a little more homier (yes, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to swap out your living arrangement even if you’re not currently house-hunting).
So instead of a hotel, which basically gets you a bed and bathroom, why not try a co-living space instead? Designed for long-term stay, these alternatives to hotels and service apartments are designed for a more homey feel and can come replete with living room areas, bigger bathrooms and often shared spaces like kitchens or living areas. Check out these options we’ve rounded up and see where you’d like to “live” next.