The Manchester site has been supporting key workers by housing NHS staff and other frontline workers, but is now looking to extend its support to essential business workers through the newly-launched deal.
The bespoke, all-inclusive day packages are “designed for guests to get the best out of their day”, and a variety of bedrooms are now available for workers to book.
In a statement, the hotel said: “Each package is tailored to suit different working environment preferences, whether views of the city in a top floor suite will inspire you or simply the peace and quiet of a cosy tea room, Hotel Indigo has got you covered.
“With home away from home décor, workstations, Wi-Fi and multiple charging points and an option to include breakfast, lunch and aperitif, it has all the components needed for the perfect work environment.”
Its packages range from the Creative Thinker package, which provides city views, flip-charts and a working desk, to the Analytical package, which provides a “quiet space with no distractions”.
A package for two is also available, allowing multiple workers to operate in a socially-distanced space, while packages can also be upgraded to include overnight stays.
Paul Upham of Hotel Indigo said: “We’re delighted to announce this new offering to our incredible essential workers.
“Working from home for months on end can be challenging, especially having kids around and other many distractions, so it’s great that we can extend our offering to essential business workers to provide them a different work setting that can inspire and motivate them.”