The world-famous hotel brand Selina signed a contract with the company GigNet that will provide high-speed internet by optic fiber for all five hotels on the Riviera Maya coast. The hotels are in Isla Mujeres, Downtown Cancun, Cancun Hotel Zona (Zona Hotelera), Playa del Carmen and Tulum. All these places are the utmost touristic hotspots in the Yucatan Peninsula and now will all count with one of the most excellent and fastest internet services available.
This contract will allow an already excellent working space to become one of the region’s most reliable places for working and traveling. Selina Hotels are a famous brand known for its digital nomad-focused life and facilities, with many options available worldwide for those who opt to work remotely.
All Selina Hotels offer free Wi-Fi in all the areas of their hotels, spread all over the world, on a perfect balance between working life, traveling, socialization and entertainment. Now, a more reliable network brand providing fiber-optic quality will upgrade an already excellent system to super-fast internet from a superb network provider.
Such a service can make the difference for digital nomads choosing where to stay for their weeks or months-long stay while remote working in a different region. Many jobs, especially those that are highly reliant on consistently working with large amounts of data through the cloud, require internet speeds that must be as fast as possible for their work to be as reliable and efficient as possible.
GigNet is the Mexican Caribbean brand of GigNet, Inc., a U.S.-based international Digital Infrastructure company that provides high-speed internet for large companies, airports, hotel brands, and many other large-scale clients that may require quality internet for a vast-scale distribution.
The service provided by GigNet for Selina is perfect for the digital nomad community. It offers many different types of stays in its hotels, from 10-bed community rooms to large individual family studios suitable for everyone. Regardless of the room chosen, it is a lovely place, with co-working areas and shared spaces to have a drink and food and enjoy fantastic music from DJs and live musicians.
Sharing a communal space is an integral part of being a digital nomad, as to not fall into loneliness, being part of a local moving nomadic community keeps the ever-changing social life of a remote worker alive. From making friends to networking in different destinations, most seasoned digital nomads choose to stay in communities, neighborhoods, or residences which are shared with fellow remote working travelers, especially so for the solo nomads.
Riviera Maya is attracting more and more the attention of digital nomads who want to work in a relaxing environment. Cancun is rising in popularity for solo travelers, mainly because its easy accessible airport (which is now the 9th busiest in the world) but also for its amazing beaches and weather, which provides one of the best working environment possible, along with hotels offering discount packages for those who are staying as digital nomads.
The world is changing, and so is the way of working. With the rise of digital nomadism, especially after the covid-19 pandemic that lasted two long and difficult years, the search for co-working spaces is skyrocketing.
Hotels that provide a warming community for those who are pursuing sunny blue skies and mesmerizing beaches may enjoy the possibility of working and live in places like Selina Hotels, with super high-speed internet available in all the spaces and friendly ambience to enjoy the perfect balance between working and traveling.
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