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Quiet Spots to Get Work Done in Seattle

As one of the West Coast's commercial centers, working remotely in Seattle is becoming increasingly popular. That means any business traveler will be spoiled for choice when deciding where to do work in Seattle. There are coworking spaces and office space available for rent, and many cafes and public spaces with good WiFi and other facilities. Here are five top places for remote working during your business trip to Seattle.

Seattle Public Library

The Central Library is an impressive, modern building in the midst of Downtown Seattle where business travelers can head for a respite from the buzz of the city. The large public library has several suitable rooms for remote work, including the reading room on the 10th floor, which is always very quiet. If you need stronger WiFi, head for the seventh floor, which is also more suited to group visits. Power outlets are easy to find, and there are 400 free computers if you don't have your laptop with you. There is also a coffee shop on site to keep you motivated with drinks and snacks.

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Regus Seattle

The Regus building offers a Seattle coworking space for business travel. The Bank of America Business Lounge is ideal for a client meeting in Seattle, as it has a professional atmosphere, with meeting rooms and business-friendly facilities such as video conferencing studios, printing and copying. Rooms have air conditioning and power outlets. Since it's located on the 42nd floor of a high-rise office building, you can enjoy your meetings in Seattle with a view over local landmarks such as Elliott Bay and Puget Sound. There is also a fitness center and secure parking garage on site.

Storyville Coffee Company

Storyville Coffee Company at 1st and Madison is one of the most conveniently located Seattle cafes for remote working. Situated in the West Edge area of city, it is close to the ferry terminal and Waterfront Park. Where better to hold a meeting in the coffee capital of the world than at a local independent cafe? The venue has good natural light and several plug points. It has small tables and counter seating with a view of Downtown Seattle. Food available includes pastries made in-house, cookies, fresh fruit and waffles.

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Fonte Coffee & Wine Bar

If you're looking for a stylish place to hold client meetings when visiting Seattle for business, check out Fonte Coffee & Wine Bar. The venue has an upmarket yet friendly atmosphere, with indoor and outdoor seating. There is free WiFi with no password, but be aware there aren't any plug sockets here. There's a mix of small and large tables, so it could be suitable for groups, but advance booking is recommended. The bar serves beer, wine and cocktails, so it's a great place to bond with clients or colleagues, in addition to getting some work done.

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Impact Hub

Impact Hub is a Seattle coworking space that provides a quiet, business-friendly environment for a business traveler to focus on work. The venue has fast WiFi, plenty of power outlets and comfortable workspaces. A cafe called Convoy Coffee is available in the same building. Regular events are held at Impact Hub and many local startups are based there, so it also provides some great networking opportunities. If you're only in the city for a day, make the most of the free trial day offer.

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What Seattle remote work spots are missing from this list? Share your recommendations to fellow business travelers below!