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Work-Friendly Program

Reach more business travelers at no extra cost

Looking for ways to bring in more guests – or a new kind of guest? A growing number of people are working from home-style accommodations. If your property is equipped with business amenities, you can now offer guests a secure place to lay their head and get some important work done. 

The Work-Friendly Program is an effective way to promote your property to business travelers and remote workers at no additional cost and without providing extra discounts. After adding the required business amenities in the Extranet, your property will receive a special badge and appear in guest searches for work-friendly properties. 


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Business travelers have significantly higher intent to stay at your property. On average, they cancel 57% less often than leisure travelers.

Benefits for partners

A few ways the badge can help you stand out

Better visibility at no extra cost

Your rooms will appear in searches for work-friendly accommodations and reach guests who like to work remotely or are travelling for business.

New audience, extra business

You’ll reach business travelers who travel all year round and, on average, check in 19% more often on weekdays than leisure travelers.

Extend your reach

Your property will be promoted on trusted partner company platforms where corporate travelers book accommodations.

Get your Work-friendly badge


Are you ready to market your property as work-friendly?


Take a few moments to review the program requirements and indicate in your Extranet which business amenities you offer in each of your rooms.  


Once you meet all of the requirements, you will automatically be enrolled in the program and your qualified rooms or apartments will receive a badge so you can start attracting more bookers – at no cost to you.


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