Roam: Luxury Hostels Meet Coworking Spaces

This new coliving and coworking company's gotten positive reviews from high-level tech travelers around the world.

Signing a lease doesn’t have to mean staying in one spot anymore, thanks to a new company trying to redefine coworking and communal living.

Roam, a coliving company, offers monthly and yearly leases in coliving spaces; single rooms with private baths and have access to kitchens, coworking spaces, laundry and other shared rooms in one large, communal space. Breaking from traditional rentals, Roam gives users a chance to work and enjoy privacy but also interact with other travelers as much as desired.

Membership of $500 to $850 per week grants access to the network of coliving spaces in Miami, Tokyo, Bali, London and San Francisco; only the nights stayed on the property are charged, so there are no payments for unused nights. The luxury digs have high-speed Wi-Fi, include all utilities and access to the common spaces.

While the coworking aspect of Roam is widely utilized, there’s also a buzz of activities in the coliving spaces including pop-up dinners and events, classes and lectures. 

Gallery: Roam's Luxury Digs Around the World

All Images Courtesy Roam

stylish Madrid courtyard

Tokyo kitchen

Tokyo conference room

Madrid event space

London kitchen

London private suite

Bali courtyard

dinner in Bali

sunset yoga in Bali

Jamie Jackson
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