In-person meetings are back. But before business trips and conferences fill business travelers’ schedules again, many are taking the opportunity to temporarily work remotely and enjoy destinations that are reopening. Part work, part pleasure, these remote work trips usually last two weeks or more.
Harnessing the power of the global TripActions platform, we looked into where travelers are going and how long they stay. Slightly different than the trends we saw in April, employees are traveling to cities to enjoy the restaurants and nightlife that they’ve missed. Unsurprisingly, Mexico remains one of the most popular destinations in North America for those looking to temporarily work from an alluring new location.
This month we also have data from TripActions hotel partners including CitizenM, Accor, and Hilton, which reveals where their guests are staying for extended periods.
It’s important to remember that while travel is becoming more common by the week, there are regulations and requirements to abide by for a smooth trip. By booking leisure and bleisure trips through TripActions, users access the same 24/7 expert agents, real-time safety information, and trusted discounts as they do when traveling for business.
Discover the top destinations for remote work around the world below: