We stay away from home in different cities for work or studies and it becomes a challenge to find a place which makes you feel at home. When it comes to the NCR, all the working professionals and students who are migrants know how difficult it is to find an accommodation. So what do you do? With all the brokerage, lease formalities and paying advance money, it can really become a hassle, right? And PGs these days don't exactly give you the freedom or privacy which you require.

So what could possibly be the best alternative? Well, a few days ago, I was invited to spend a night at CoHo and experience the concept of coliving.

To be honest, I thought it would be just like any other apartment or PG. But I was surprised right on arrival. I was greeted by a pleasant staff and the dinner was getting ready dinner for all the residents.

I was taken on a tour to completely furnished rooms around the villa. The rooms were well made up, with ample space for twin sharing. Of course, one can stay alone as well. There are rooms that will cater to your personal preferences.

After a tasty meal, we indulged in a few recreational activities, and boy were there options to choose from! From PlayStation to pool to mini-golf, they had it all.

If you're a working professional or a student, this is the perfect place for you to blow off some steam after a long day at work or college.

The CoHo App is extremely cool and user friendly. It includes 24x7 concierge services, online payments and many exclusive offers for those residing at their properties.

I spoke to a few residents who said they felt perfectly at home. Not only does CoHo give you premium facilities but its services include regular change of linens, daily cleaning, unlimited WiFi and even a kitchen that you can use as per your needs.

Hear it from some residents who have adjusted well to life at CoHo:

CoHo Dorms is something which will cater to students exclusively at affordable price points near college campuses (both North and South) like St. Stephen's, SRCC, Hansraj, LSR, etc.

Their properties are spread out through Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida. You can choose from a long list of options based on which area of NCR you have work in.

One super cool facility that they have is the August App Lock. You can simply unlock your room using an App on your smartphone and can grant access to people using the same.

There are regular community events at CoHo as well likegaming nights, match screenings and so much more to make sure the fun never stops.

One would generally think that properties with such facilities would need a decent shelling out. Well, the price varies from property to property. But if broadly categorised, a double sharing will cost you somewhere around ₹10,000 to ₹15,000 per month and a single occupancy room would be around ₹18,000 to ₹25,000 per month.

If you think about it, the amount you spend in a rented flat or staying in a PG would in fact come out to be more. Especially, if you include all the facilities that they provide at CoHo.

It's a decent price to pay for a place that makes you feel like you're a spoiled brat at home where everything is well taken care of.