As temperatures drop and COVID-19 infection rates surge across Europe, digital nomads and just about anyone else with the freedom to work remotely are starting to think about where to spend the coming months. As the Spanish government prepares to announce a plan for air corridors to the Balearic and Canary Islands, many Europeans are considering the possibility of flying south to Spain for winter.
Mhouse launches offer for digital nomads
Located in the Mallorcan capital of Palma de Mallorca, popular boutique hotel Mhouse has launched an innovative, new long-stay offer, specifically targeting digital nomads and people seeking an extended stay on the idyllic Mediterranean island.
“The pandemic has accelerated our desire to achieve, adapt and develop our minds and, despite the circumstances, it also drives us to get the best out of life,” says Christian Coll, founder of Mhouse, adding: “We want to offer you a place to stay and work, where you can enjoy mid-to-long-term stays that help minimize our environmental footprint through responsible travel.”
Mhouse’s new WORK & STAY offer covers stays of up to six months, with a monthly charge that includes accommodation in one of the hotel’s impeccably designed rooms—which range from a standard double to the spectacular penthouse suite—as well as access to coworking spaces, shared kitchen facilities, the hotel’s dreamy rooftop and plunge pool, and leafy outdoor patio. The cost also covers all bills, in addition to mineral water, coffee, bathroom amenities, and Smart TV with Netflix and HBO, not to mention the full range of 24/7 concierge services provided by a modern boutique hotel. Additionally, long-term guests will be able to enjoy Mhouse’s weekly program of social events, workshops, and fitness classes.
“We are living in extraordinary times that require extraordinary measures,” continues Christian Coll. “At Mhouse, we believe in experiences that connect you to people, not just places. Our vision is rooted in creating a community that echoes the rhythm of the city and the local way of life, with the objective of leaving the world a little better than we found it.”
Mallorca offers unrivaled quality of life
In 2017, Palma de Mallorca was voted the “best city in the world to live” by British newspaper The Financial Times, and it is easy to see why. With its laid-back Mediterranean approach, beautiful architecture, endless sandy beaches, fantastic gastronomy, and more than 300 days of sunshine a year, few places in the world can rival Mallorca when it comes to