Selina is a new co-working and travelling hospitality service which aims to be a way to get a mix of  community experience, boutique hotel feel and consistent experience across multiple different mainly self-renovated properties, aimed at those travelling for work.

It has raised $95 million partly from WeWork founder Adam Neumann, to expand its more holistic programme for the traveller rather than just a hotel or space for co-working.

Offerings range from a bunk room at a hostel for under $30 a night to traditional private hotel rooms, across 22 mainly Central American locations but expanding throughout the US, Latin America and Europe this year. The aim is a communal campus-orientated feel, rather than renting someone’s home on the beach.

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