Hey! I’ve been a semi-nomad (Chicago, Calcutta) these last few years, and have worked from random hotels in Dharamsala a couple of times.
That price could be high, could be low, or could be perfect; it’d depend on how nice and rooms and facilities are. If you’ve got some stunning photos of a unique workspace (bean bags, standing desks, people traveling with their dogs?) …stuff you wouldn’t normally see in a hotel, you could sell at that price.
I’m divided on including food. Dharamsala has amazing food available, and it tends to be pretty reasonable. Food is a very important part of travel for me, so I’d usually prefer to be on my own for food, so I can walk around and explore places I’d like. On the other hand, some nomads might prefer more of an all-included experience, for the convenience.
Your challenge will be differentiation. Dharamsala is full of cheap (and expensive) backpacker hangouts, coffee shops, wifi, and great food. What’s the difference in experience between a reasonable room + meals / coffee / workspace at a coffee shop vs. a coworking space?
Keep us updated on your plans. I’m very interested in this myself.