Hotel or commune? New wave of lodging is aimed at digital nomads who want more than Wi-Fi connection
Eyes closed, poised in a lotus position, I mentally slip away from our morning mindfulness instruction to meditate on the joy that we might offer the world today.
Others call it Roam Miami, the Florida outpost of a small but quickly growing global network of co-living spaces, where guests can rent a room by the day, week or longer.
I paid $850 a week for the two of us to stay here in winter; the price drops to $600 when the heat spikes upward in low season. Monthly, it costs about $2,000 to call this place home.