Italy’s Hotels Champion Workcations For Travel-Hungry Telecommuters

When I video call Edoardo Giuntoli, general manager of the five-star hotel Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese, he’s sitting on the hotel’s roof terrace with a backdrop of the Roman skyline that could easily be mistaken for a Zoom background. During our interview, he casually indicates the Quirinal Palace below and waves a nonchalant hand over to the Vatican. “This location boosts creativity for workers, right?” he laughs, pointing out the tempting rack of expensive bubbly behind him that might act as a post-work thirst quencher. Sofitel Rome is tapping into the rising “workcation” trend, a new holiday concept that is capitalizing on the growth of remote working amid the pandemic. Instead of working from a guest bedroom hastily converted into a home office, workcations allow telecommuters to conduct business from some of the most beautiful locations around the world while…

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