You can spend two weeks at a luxury hotel for just £1.44 per night – as long as you work remotely

EXPEDIA is offering six lucky people the chance to spend two weeks in a luxury hotel to work from home with style.

Teaming up with three hotels, the Work From Here experience will let guests pay £20.20 to stay for 14 days.

The hotels which have signed up are No 38 The Park near the Cotswolds, Bishopstrow Hotel & Spa in Wiltshire and The Langham in London.

Each of the rooms have a desk provided as well as a great view from the window, and are based on double occupancy rooms.

All of the hotel stays include breakfast, while the Bishopstrow Hotel also offers complimentary cream tea for two.

However, there are just two bookings per property so you will have to get in quickly.

The offer launches from 8:20pm on Monday (or, in 24 hour clocks, 20:20pm) and you can try and bag yourself one here.

The two-week stays will be taken next year between April 1 and April 15 or April 16 and April 30.

If the trip cannot go ahead due to coronavirus travel restrictions then they will also help you rebook for another date.

Expedia has launched the bargain offer as part of their Work From Here report, which found more than half of Brits working from home want to try working at a holiday home, such as the countryside or beach.

Nisreene Atassi, Senior Director of Comms at Expedia said: “The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a shift in how many workers complete their daily ‘9-5’. Working at home for an extended period has compounded the desire to explore new places and take in fresh scenery.

"We want to inspire workers to think differently about their workspace when we can all travel freely again, in order to enhance productivity but also general wellbeing."

Some hotels are still offering freebies and complimentary room upgrades as part of the Sleep Over to Help Turnover scheme.

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