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From The Bahamas to Grenada, Caribbean Resorts for Remote Work

By: Bob Curley - May 6, 2021
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Millions of people who started working from home during the pandemic are likely never going back to the office. Likewise, remote work programs — launched by destinations and resorts to attract untethered but stir-crazy workers — are likely to outlast the pandemic as more professionals realize they literally can work from anywhere with good Wi-Fi.

These programs range from The Bahamas’ BEATS program to Aruba’s One Happy Workation.

But if you’re remotely for a week or three months, you’ll still need to find a place to stay — and more and more resorts are offering remote-work programs for precisely that purpose.

Here are some of the resorts in the Caribbean that have offer rooms with a (much) better view for remote workers:

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Bluefields Bay Villas.

Bluefields Bay Villas 

Located on Jamaica’s quiet South Coast, this villa resort offers remote workers a special rate of $150 per person per night for stays of three weeks or longer. Rates include use of a private waterfront villa, pool, and beach (all within reach of the wifi), non-motorized watersports, and the services of a full villa staff — chef, housekeeping, night butler, and nanny if required.

Graycliff Hotel, Bahamas

The Graycliff Workation Special package is good for half off room rates for stays of two weeks or more at this Nassau hotel. The rate includes daily continental breakfast, housekeeping, high-speed Internet access, use of a printer, and IT support.

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar 

Located at the massive Baha Mar development in Nassau, Bahamas, the Grand Hyatt offers a Work from Hyatt package that includes access to a private workspace, daily food and beverage credits at more than 40 restaurants, poolside cabana reservations, and an on-site Work From Hyatt Ambassador to help facilitate your stay.

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