OYO Townhouse 002 becomes myHQ co-working zone! Book your seats now.

Riding on its accelerated growth wagon, OYO recently launched a new chain of its flagship properties — OYO Townhouse, catering specifically to the premium mid-market segment.

Positioning itself as a friendly neighbourhood hotel for millennials, OYO Townhouse turned out to be a kickass treat when myHQ team spent few days working from the work lounge of Townhouse 002, Greenpark.

Which is why, with great pride we announce our collaboration with OYO Townhouse, adding it to our exclusive list of myHQ zones.

Located at a prime location of Greenpark in South Delhi, OYO Townhouse 002 has an aesthetically appealing work lounge with world class amenities. The interiors are crisp, spacious and relaxing while the comprehensive dining menu is impressive to say the least.

The lounge is a great space for small teams to hold meetings or even individuals who are looking to spend a day working at their own pace.

The team of myHQ had quite a productive day at Townhouse with seamless WiFi facility, perfect ambient music and an efficient catering service by OYO’s staff. Additionally, the work lounge is open 24*7, has a separate conference room along with a pumped up recreational space in the form of a gym.

We, at myHQ, are building a chain of work-friendly spaces across Delhi/NCR, with a strong focus on urban space reprogramming.

Instead of creating new infrastructure and making urban cities even denser, myHQ takes up curated spaces inside cafes/hotels/restaurants and converts them into exclusive co-working zones. In today’s times, high-tech combined with design thinking, can be smartly channeled to make space usage efficient.

Along with 12 other existing myHQ co-working spaces in NCR, you can access this awesome new space in the town with one single pass.

Choose from any of our pocket-friendly deals or take our free trial to see how we give you an access to the best of places in the city without digging too deep in your pocket.

Happy Working! :)

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