COQ, Paris: A design-savvy new address in the heart of Paris's creative 13th arrondissement, COQ is all about fostering a "community of quality" -- which translates to warm hospitality and practical, multi-purpose spaces.
Volkshotel, Amsterdam: This 172-room hotel is popular with creatives and is a hive of activity around the clock. There's a popular restaurant and buzzing club on the top floor, a cocktail bar in the basement and the hotel's signature Werkplaats: a cafe with flexible co-working tables.
Ace Hotel London Shoreditch: Ace Hotel offers spacious common areas, comfortable rooms, constant connectivity and quality coffee in the heart of London's fashionable Shoreditch.
Ovolo Southside, Hong Kong: Ovolo's Mojo Nomad program aims to help entrepreneurs balance travel, work and life with a combination hotel and co-working space.
Yotel, Manhattan, New York City: Just five minutes from Times Square, Yotel boasts the largest outdoor hotel terrace in the city: ideal for after-work drinks.
Hotel Zetta, San Francisco: Built inside a renovated neo-classical building in San Francisco's SoMa (South of Market Street) neighborhood, Hotel Zetta targets well-heeled business travelers.
Zoku, Amsterdam: Decked out in warm wood and Scandinavian style, Zoku's loft-like rooms feature thoughtful layouts and large dining tables to facilitate deadlines and meetings.
The Epiphany, Palo Alto: Conveniently located in the start-up hub of Palo Alto, The Epiphany attracts entrepreneurs and remote workers from all over the world thanks to its strategic location, surrounded by an abundance of VC firms.
Mama Shelter, Rio de Janeiro: A creative haven for innovators and artists, the Mama Shelter hotel brand boasts locations in key cities around the world. The latest to join the fold is a 50-room boutique address in Rio de Janeiro.
M Beta, Charlotte, North Carolina: Marriott International has also tapped into the bleisure trend with its own "travel innovation lab" M Beta, which debuted at the Charlotte Marriott City Center.