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16 ways to find accommodation as a Digital Nomad | Discover Evolution

Updated: Jun 17

Finding accommodation as a digital nomad or as a remote worker is one of the first things you have to deal with and it can certainly be one of the most challemging factors when it comes to starting this lifestyle. It’s also something you will have to continuously deal with as you move on to new places.

Luckily for you, it’s become so much easier than ever with the wave of new remote workers and companies are emerging all over the globe to offer you the best accommodation options.

We’ve also included alternative options such as housesitting which has always been a very successful money-saver for us while working on the road.

Here are all your best options for digital nomad looking for accommodation on the go.


Short-Term Accommodation for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers


A housing marketplace just for digital nomads and remote workers. You’ll find everything from co-living spaces, extended stay hotels, and private apartments on Anyplace. Most importantly, is that all the accommodation has been vetted as being suitable for working in and is fully furnished.

They also have ‘Select Apartments’ that come with video conferencing facilities. The accommodation is also fully flexible in that you can easily extend your stay or leave if needed with no hassle (although the minimum stay is typically 30 days).


A new accommodation platform built with remote workers to suit our needs, all of the properties are vetted as suitable to get work done while also providing a wholesome living experience whatever that means to you personally.

The flOasis properties are incredibly varied but have also been vetted so you don’t have to worry that the internet might be bad or there’s no desk. Using their intuitive platform, you also have the benefit of joining their community of global nomads and enjoy their tips and advice.

Nomad Stays

Hundreds of remote worker-friendly properties with great wifi and space to work with guaranteed coworking spaces nearby. The properties on Nomad Stays are available to instantly bookable and the price is all-inclusive so there are no hidden surprises. With properties all over the world, this is an easy solution when you need somewhere to stay instantly.


A long-time favourite of digital nomads, Airbnb is global and dominates the market for short-term stays. You can usually get a discount if you’re staying for a month or longer and can easily negotiate for a lower rate with the property owner themselves.

You will have to make sure the property suits your work needs yourself. With added cleaning fees, Airbnb is definitely getting more expensive but still remains one of the easiest solutions to finding short-term accommodation as a digital nomad.

Note: You can also find Hostels on Hostelworld, which is also a great way to meet people and safe money.

Organized Digital Nomad Stays

If you want to just sit back and have everything sorted for you as well as meet some awesome people than maybe an organized remote work stay is made for you.

Nomad Pass

Offering retreats for Digital nomads around the world who want to work somewhere outside of their usual space but want somewhere set up for working with a unique surroundings.

Nomad Pass are very much focused on building an awesome community knowing that remote working can be a lonely situation without the usual access to people. They also cater to teams looking to have a work retreat together. Ideal if you don’t have time to organize your stay and want something simple.

Remote Year

Offering everything from one-week to 3-12 month adventures with other digital nomads Remote Year is great if you’re new to the lifestyle or simply want to spend time with open-minded people with no pressure when it comes to destinations or accommodation.

You will quite literally see the world while working and have nothing to worry about. You will also have access to training and workshops to build your skills while you’re on the road.

Remote Worker Coliving Spaces

Remote Worker Coliving Spaces has quickly become a popular concept and, at this point, you can google what city you’re interested in spending time in + coliving space and something will come up.

However, there are also many companies that now have multiple locations across the globe which can offer some consistency in your ever-changing environment. You will always know what to expect in terms of your work and living space and all that will change is the people you will meet.

Outsite – Coliving Space

Coliving spaces are ideal if you’re a new digital nomad or simply like to have a bit of a community available when you arrive. It’s great for internet and as these co-living spaces are so set up for remote work you won’t necessarily need to spend your time at coworking spaces and cafes which can offset some of the costs.

It’s a given that these kinds of living spaces will have fantastic wifi, good lighting for conferences calls, optimized desk space, and coffee faciliti


These gorgeously presented rooms offer a perfect hybrid hotel/apartment experience. You’re provided with your own large room, fully furnished with a bright and wood-based interior and also have access to the modern shared spaces including social spaces, kitchen, coworking space, and event space.

Zoku has everything you need to live and work offering an easy way to meet people and network. With such beautiful design and open spaces with light streaming in and no shortage of foliage, Zoku is a pleasure to live and work in.

Currently available in: (Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Vienna)


Offering accommodation suited to digital nomads as well as shared co-living space options, Selina is a one-stop place for booking a place to stay as a remote worker. With hundreds of options available across the world, Selina specialises in finding some of the most unique and fun properties where you can truly feel like you’re experiencing an escape from life with the option of sharing that with other nomads.

Currently available in (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Greece, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Portugal, UK, US and beyond)