Book ahead and know you’ve got a bed waiting for you, wherever you go in the world. Find the perfect rooms for digital nomads, and sleep soundly. Hostelworld is my pick for a cheap bed while you find your feet in a new city, then use AirBnB to book somewhere for a little longer.


AirBnB is the biggest marketplace to find unique accommodation, with hosts in over 34,000 cities you’ve got plenty of options when you’re looking for somewhere to stay.


A hotel booking platform that usually gives the best rates you’ll find (in my experience) when you’re searching accommodation all over the world.


An aggregator that scrapes the top booking sites to give you all the information in a single place, their goal is to have every single room available listed on their site.


A forum for digital nomads to connect and discuss plans to “colive,” helping to find roommates so you can all book an awesome pad together


A tool to help you meet other people, with a focus on sharing accommodation costs, staying at shared-living houses and inviting other nomads to stay with you.


A community of people offering their “couches” (floor, spare room, apartment, house, castle), to other travellers, all over the world.


The best resource for finding hostels the world over, along with real reviews from other travellers so you know what you’re getting yourself into.


Hosts 10 day retreats for digital nomads to come together and collectively live, work and play, in different destinations around the world.


With a goal to open-source housing, join the Nomad Pad community to make friends and book their flexible accommodation (with great wifi) all over the world.


Marketplace allowing you to trade your skills for accommodation, and make a little money along the way to fund your travels.


A unique approach to accommodation, where you can offer services for a place to crash. You can trade everything from web development to gardening.


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