Everything about how we work is changing. Even before the global pandemic postponed our morning commutes and in-person meetings, workers were already becoming less connected to the traditional office space. For years, the excitement toward working remotely, or anywhere employees could easily plug in a laptop, has been growing more widespread. COVID-19 accelerated that buzz, of course, but it was already in the works. 

As companies downsize and change shape, coworking spaces provide the opportunity to decentralize teams, scale up and down more easily, and cut down on the commute by enabling staff to work from a desk nearer to their home. Flexible, short-term leases are a way for startups and freelancers to navigate an uncertain business landscape without the hassle of a long lease, while still enjoying the benefits and amenities of fully-equipped office space.

Daily office space rentals allow anyone to book workspace one day at a time, with zero commitments and on short notice. Whether you’re a business traveler with frequent trips, a freelancer in need of a space to meet clients, or you simply need a break from the many distractions of working from home, renting an office by the day allows you to stay productive no matter the circumstances.

To rent a meeting room for a day, Mesh Cowork grants you access to stylish meeting rooms in the fun city of Downtown Bakersfield, CA, all with no monthly commitment. 

Benefits of daily office space rentals

There is a slew of reasons why coworking space on demand might make more sense than a traditional lease. Maybe you’ve been working out of your living room and need a space away from home to get a healthy work-life balance. Or maybe you’re taking an unplanned business trip and need a desk with a reliable Wi-Fi connection and the amenities you need to stay on top of your work. Let’s take a look at some of the key benefits of renting an office by the day.


Because you only pay for what you use, daily office space rentals are the most affordable way to book a short-term workspace in a timeframe that suits your needs and your budget. Whether you’re a freelancer in search of a walk-in coworking space, or a large company looking for a temporary office for remote teams, you can avoid the usual monthly commitments and pay a simple, flat fee instead. There’s no need to pay for additional costs like security, maintenance, and office supplies.

Knowing that, consider the savings when renting a meeting space. Book meeting rooms by the hour, and not only can you meet with clients and coworkers in a professional environment, but you avoid ever having to pay for a room you’re not currently using, like so many traditional offices. 

Flexibility in location

Many businesses are having to quickly adapt to new ways of working across larger distances, and with teams spreading out, it can be difficult to predict where you or your workers will be on a month-to-month basis.

A walk-in coworking space gives you the flexibility and freedom to choose a workspace in a location that’s convenient on any given day, meaning separated teams can stay productive and connected in a professional and well-equipped office space. 

Ease of use 

Using the Mesh Cowork booking calendar, you can search for available meeting rooms, book instantly, and pay as you go, all from your phone or computer. Whether you’re planning to be somewhere weeks in advance or you’re looking for a temporary desk because your connecting flight has been canceled, you can find a conveniently located space and get right to work. You can even book in the middle of the night before you plan to use the space.

It’s easy to cancel or modify your booking if your plans change. 


There’s only so much you can do while hunched over your laptop in a loud coffee shop. With a daily office rental, you can amp up your productivity by taking advantage of a fully-featured, dedicated workspace. Mesh cowork has tons of amenities such as reliable high-speed internet, printers, meeting rooms, and, for your caffeine kick, unlimited coffee, tea, and water.

By choosing an office near your house, or near your clients, you can cut down on long and frustrating commutes, freeing up more of your time to focus on getting things done. Surrounded by like-minded professionals in a focused environment, you’ll find yourself more motivated and less distracted compared to being at home.


As more freelancers and entrepreneurs settle into the routine of working from home, the Zoom meeting is the new norm of doing business with clients and colleagues.

Renting a meeting room by the hour provides an opportunity to make a lasting impression on your clients, in person, and in a setting that’s a little more professional and private than your local coffee shop. Plus, there’s plenty of room in each one for social distancing, so need to worry about safety. A member of the Mesh Cowork team can help your guests check-in and find their way to the conference area.

Spaces that prioritize safety 

Speaking of social distancing, in response to COVID-19, more intensive sanitization practices have been introduced at Mesh Cowork and maximum capacity notices to promote social distancing. Meeting rooms and reconfigured lounges create plenty of personal space for members, so you can work with confidence.

A single-day coworking space nearer to your home can also help you avoid traveling on crowded public transport during rush hour.

In Closing

Whether you’re a work-from-home freelancer in need of a break from the apartment, or you want to meet an important client in a stylish and professional setting, Mesh Cowork provides the space, community, and next-level facilities you need to stay productive.

Prices for Mesh Cowork can be found here for coworking space, and here for meeting rooms. Meeting rooms can be reserved through the website and pricing is dependent on the size of the room and the time of the booking. All prices are displayed in the app, so you always know exactly what you’re paying.

We hope this helped change up some of your routines and introduced you to the world of coworking spaces!

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