3 Best Remote-Work Destinations for Making the Last Summer Office

On-the-go workstations and remote working have changed the idea of the work environment for the last year. But many employees prepare to return to the office in coming months. Here are the 3 best cities in the US ideal for both permanent relocation and a summer office for these last few months.

Honolulu, Hawaii

For beach lovers, Honolulu is the ultimate, idyllic destination for work hard and relax harder routine. Remote workers can choose to stay in a condo that overlooks the scenic Waikiki Beach. In the off time, bicycling around Diamond Head is very relaxing with stellar views of the coast. Refreshing activities for the weekend are surfing at Waikiki Beach or even paddle boarding while standing up at Ala Moana. Point to be noted, visitors would require a negative Covid test to travel to this location as well as a 10-day quarantine.

Petaluma, California

This quaint city has all the amenities of a larger city, but with a tight-knit small community vibe. There are two co-working spaces that are centrally located and many coffee shops that provide Wi-Fi. Along with its beautiful coast, easy access to this city adds the perk for wine lovers, with the popular Sonoma County vineyards. The city also boasts its own mini wine region, the Petaluma Gap, craft breweries, and several beer gardens.

Tucson, Arizona

Tucson is ideal for remote workers with a culinary enthusiasm. For its heritage foods and dishes, Tucson was named a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy in 2015. The striking contrast of Sonoran Desert landscape and lush greeneries in monsoon season has made Tucson a favorite relocation escape from big city booms. The city has 23 miles of exciting Mexican cuisines to explore. Exploring these restaurants as well as food trucks is a must weekend activity. Tucson is also the headquarters of the International Dark-Sky Association and has large observatories where people can go look at stars and constellations.