Kew Green Hotels, the international hotel management company, has launched a partnership with Othership to provide co-working lobby spaces and private alternatives to home working in all of its UK hotels.
The partnership will see Othership co-working spaces available at 47 hotels owned and managed by Kew Green Hotels including Holiday Inn Manchester, Edinburgh Grosvenor Hotel, Holiday Inn London-Shepperton, Holiday Inn Portsmouth and Holiday Inn Birmingham M6 J7.
Kew Green revealed that Members of Othership can simply book workspaces and events through the Othership website.
The company said the launch comes at a time when nine out of 10 job seekers are looking for increased flexibility and 60% of people are looking for remote working. With the Minister for Women and Equalities calling for flexible working to be “normalised” as part of the UK economy’s Covid-19 recovery, flexible working is set to become a permanent feature of life post-pandemic
Joanna Fisher, group commercial director of Kew Green Hotels, said: “We are delighted to partner with Othership to offer a flexible co-working solution across our estate. This initiative will continue to build footfall into our hotel spaces and drive awareness with our community of hotel guests and local residents whilst providing an incremental revenue stream, as we re-align our offering with how customers want to use hotels.”
To complement the Othership spaces, Kew Green Hotels said it offers a range of Hybrid Meetings and “outside of the box” outdoor meetings packages, catering for everything from corporate meetings to informal get-togethers.