Though we think Camille Styles HQ is pretty cool, we’re the first to admit that we’ve got nothing on these eight amazing offices across the U.S. (Camille, where’s our manicure bar?!)

With amenities like gourmet coffee bars, conference rooms cleverly hidden behind color-coordinated bookshelves, and rooftop patios boasting sweeping views, working at these offices is almost as good as taking an actual vacation.

And while some of the spaces that made our list of the most amazing offices to work in serve as company HQs, the good news is that you don’t have to quit your job or move across the country to work your way into most of these. From co-working spaces you can drop into for the day to members only clubs like The Wing (which thankfully is opening outposts in new cities on what feels like the daily), there are plenty of ways to work in style. Now, to just convince your boss to give your own workspace an Instagram-worthy makeover…

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The Wing

It would be hard to put together a list of amazing offices without including The Wing. The shot above, courtesy of Marie Claire, is of the female membership club’s Brooklyn location—which boasts hidden conference rooms behind those bookcases, a wellness room for fitness classes, a vintage photo booth, and a wine-serving café. If you can’t make it out to New York, don’t worry: the brand just opened up an Italian Rivera–inspired outpost in LA, and has outposts in Chicago, Boston, Washington, D.C, and San Francisco—with more in the pipeline.

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Made by We

Like The Wing, you really can’t have a roundup of incredible working spaces that skips co-working pioneer We Work. The company’s latest venture is Made by We, a space that is part-office/part-boutique designed with small businesses in mind. The first high-design location opened earlier this year in NYC, and according to Curbed, comes complete with 100 seats and six pretty conference rooms that can be booked for as little as 30 minutes or as much as an entire day without a membership. As for the vacation part of the equation? You can take a break from the grind by grabbing a flat white and avocado toast at Aussie favorite Bluestone Lane, flick through the lounge space’s collection of art books and magazines, and shop the retail space for indie merch.

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Bumble

When it comes to amazing offices, tech companies have always led the way (think Google’s slide and Facebook’s drool-worthy cafeteria), but Bumble’s Austin headquarters takes things to a whole new level. As the shot from Architectural Digest above shows, the dating app’s office brings the female-focused dating (and friendship, and business) app to life with honey-yellow walls, honeycomb accents, and playful art. The collaborative space is designed to tap into the hive mind of employees, who, when they’re not buzzing away at their desks, can get a professional blowout and manicure in the glam room, take a meditation break, or grab a beer at the office bar.

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Man Repeller

As an avid fashion lover, I’ve followed Man Repeller since founder Leandra Medine ran the website out of her parents’ apartment in NYC. Now, the full-blown media company has expanded into chic new digs designed to host its growing roster of employees, and be a place where the thriving online community they’ve created can meet IRL (seriously, if you need a pick-me-up, head to MR’s comments section). Though the office doesn’t feature as many plush amenities as some of the others on this list, it does bring the website’s quirky vibe to life with inspiring décor, plenty of lounge spaces, and a fashion closet to die for.

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NeueHouse

As most working Angelenos know, you never (and I mean never!) turn down a meeting at NeueHouse in Hollywood. The second location of the swishy NYC-based creative co-working space is one of the most amazing offices in the city. And, as Architectural Digest details in its tour of the property, it boasts Hollywood history that runs back to the industry’s golden age when the building served as home to CBS Radio Broadcasting. Today, you’ll find the sleek space packed with creatives working on the next-big-thing—in between soaking up the office’s front-row view of the Hollywood sign out on the rooftop patio, that is.

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The Penny Hoarder

Office Lovin’s look around the St. Petersburg, Florida offices of The Penny Hoarder should give you a pretty good idea of how the media company’s team of creatives makes personal finance fun. The sprawling space is full of playful (but not distracting) design and amenities, including air hockey and shuffleboard tables, trophy dinosaurs mounted on the walls of the lounge spaces, and plenty of greenery.

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AirBnB

When we’re talking about offices that make you feel like you’re on vacation, AirBnB’s San Francisco headquarters is a complete no-brainer. The travel company’s digs bring its global network to life with working spaces designed to look like AirBnBs around the world. As Office Lovin’s tour of the space shows, employees can feel like they’re globe trotting while running between meetings with conference rooms designed to look like log cabins or tents, cafés designed to look like Mumbai and Cairo, and banks of desks set in a space inspired by an industrial residence in Johannesburg.

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The Jane Club

Founded by actress June Diane Raphael (who plays Jane Fonda’s daughter on Grace and Frankie), The Jane Club kicks the female co-working space model pioneered by The Wing up a notch. Located inside a charming cottage in LA, the amazing small office space is designed with working mothers in mind—offering an on-site childcare facility (that looks straight out of a Wes Anderson movie, to boot), Spanish classes, and chef prepared meals to members. Everything about the space is designed to encourage collaboration and enact positive change in members lives, so an on-site meditation studio, group fitness classes, and plenty of alfresco collaborative work space comes standard. Its a concept that has proved so popular that according to Harper’s Bazaar, the Jane Club’s waitlist is 600-people long—and we’re definitely rooting for the start up to expand across the U.S.

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