Rock Your Workweek: Remote Work Spots in Nashville
Nashville is known as a place where the streets are filled with music, there are people line dancing, and the honky-tonk thrives. However, Nashville is also home to many important corporations and a booming startup culture, which means that if you take a business trip to Nashville, you'll have no trouble finding a place to work remotely. The following five spots are great places to set up your laptop and get some work done. They have Wi-Fi, tables, and an atmosphere that will enable your productivity.
Pinewood Social is one of Nashville's most beloved eateries and cafes. It's the perfect place to work if you don't mind hustle and bustle and you love delicious coffee and food. Pinewood Social serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and stays open late, so you can come work there no matter what time of day it is. They have free Wi-Fi, as well as diversions to distract yourself when you need a break, including bowling and pool tables.
Nashville Public Library
The main public library in Nashville is one of Nashville's best places to work if you're there on business travel. The library has Wi-Fi, so you can bring your laptop and connect. Or, alternatively, you can get on one of the library's computer workstations. The library has Wi-Fi printing, which is convenient if you want to print a document straight from your computer. It also has rentable meeting rooms, electric car chargers, and more.
Hermitage Hotel Lobby
If you like working in a grand, impressive, but comfortable space, set up a work station in the lobby of the Hermitage Hotel. The Hermitage is Nashville's old, grand hotel, so its decor is evocative of the Old South. The Hermitage lobby has couches, armchairs, side tables, coffee tables and more, so you can sit comfortably while you get your work done. The hotel also has complimentary Wi-Fi, so you can connect without a problem.
If you're a fan of working in a traditional coffee shop atmosphere, you might want to work at the Frothy Monkey when visiting Nashville for business. The Frothy Monkey serves up caffeinated beverages and food from breakfast to dinner time, so it's available for working no matter what time you need to get stuff done. This Nashville coffee shop has free Wi-Fi, so you can get on the internet effortlessly, and it also has beer and wine if you're ready to de-stress.
Sometimes, when you're a business traveler, you're looking for a more office-like feel for your work space. If you need somewhere quiet and focused while working remotely in Nashville, check out Center 615. Center 615 is a Nashville coworking space that offers day passes. For just $20, you can have access to Wi-Fi, desks, comfortable chairs, break room treats and more. If you're planning to have meetings in Nashville, Center 615 also gives you access to 11-foot tables that seat up to nine people, tons of electrical outlets, and a bustling atmosphere full of productive and committed people -- that inspires.
Where have you worked remote in Nashville? Share your recommendations to fellow business travelers below!