The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many Washingtonians to transition to working from home. Many companies and professionals have experienced challenges acclimating to the new home working environment, including workers not having a dedicated home workspace, at-home distractions, and/or technical challenges making it difficult for teams to collaborate virtually.
The Hyatt Regency Lake Washington in Renton, has established an alternative option for people working remotely. The large event venues and ballrooms are now becoming office spaces — offering a large space for team members to work together but maintain social distance.
The larger spaces are versatile and can be arranged in numerous different ways and are able to accommodate large groups by splitting into multiple different rooms. They also make possible a setup wherein multiple presenters and audiences simultaneously interact and collaborate with one another.
Alternatively, several Hyatt Regency Lake Washington guest rooms are available to be converted into private offices for a daily use rate starting at $79.
All guest rooms and suites feature a 65-inch 4K smart TV with Sonifi STAYCAST technology, complimentary high speed WiFi, and USB ports for charging.
The Hyatt Regency Lake Washington has updated its cleaning procedures to ensure the safety of its guests.
To learn more about the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington’s working from home alternative, visit the hotel’s website.