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Digital Nomads Are On The Rise – Best Platforms To Find Accommodation 

16.9 million American employees today identify as digital nomads, according to recent research by MBO Partners. That represents a 131% increase from the year before the pandemic in 2019 and a 9% increase from 2021. There are 35 million digital nomads globally, according to some estimates.

According to Denise Rousseau, professor of organizational behavior and public policy at Carnegie Mellon University, “Being a digital nomad is a blessing—and a curse.” Housing can be one of those challenges, according to Rousseau, who has studied remote workers and digital nomads.

What are your housing options for extended stays?

As a digital nomad, you have a lot of options for lodging—almost too many. These are a few of them:

irbnb and Vrbo

Compared to the weekly or daily rates offered to leisure travelers, both Airbnb and Vrbo offer monthly rates at a significant discount. However, you have to deal with the fact that most Airbnb accommodations are meant for travelers, so you may not find all the amenities you need as a digital nomad.


Furniture and accessories are consistent from city to city. However, Blueground differs from a standard rental in several crucial ways. The majority of Blueground rentals are done through a smartphone app. According to Jane McCane, a digital nomad, the response time is lightning fast. They also have a “pet-friendly policy, which is fantastic,” she adds.

Extended stay apartments

Martinhal Resorts in Portugal already offers long-term rentals for some of its larger rooms, which include kitchens and living areas. The resort is specifically designed for digital nomads and offers a mix of hotel suites and luxury apartments for longer-term stays.

Hotels and resorts

Some hotels cater to frequent visitors. For example, Casa Delphine, a luxury boutique hotel in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, offers a unique “work from hotel” deal for certain weeks in January and from mid-April to mid-September. Digital nomads can settle in Mexico for $950 per week per person, including breakfast.


Landing has apartments in dozens of cities across the United States, from Albuquerque to Winston-Salem. And like Blueground, the facilities are standardized, so you get the same amenities, lightning-fast Wi-Fi and other conveniences.

Mint House

Another alternative for location-independent workers is Mint House, which is trying to develop a new category of hospitality powered by technology. Mint offers full kitchens, huge living spaces and connected workspaces in downtown Miami, New York and Seattle.

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By: Maria Valencia
Title: Digital Nomads Are On The Rise – Best Platforms To Find Accommodation 
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Published Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2022 15:22:29 +0000

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