Nowadays, finding a coworking space in Hong Kong isn’t difficult anymore, but finding the right one is a completely different story. With so many options to choose from, it’s worth doing some research before deciding on what’s most suitable for you and your team. You might need a workspace with a dedicated meeting room or that’s conveniently located, or that you simply need the most affordable bare-bones option possible. There’s always going to be some give and take when it comes to facilities, location and price.
With this in mind, we’ve created a round-up of the very best coworking spaces Hong Kong has to offer and divided them into three categories for your easy reference — for those on a budget, those looking for a happy mid-point and those willing to pay for luxury.
Here we go!
3birds Co-Working Space prides itself on being different to other coworking spaces in Hong Kong – instead of offering unnecessary amenities, this coworking space focuses on cultivating a dynamic, creative and collaborative environment for the local nomadic workforce.
The space is bright, contemporary and minimalistic, divided into private workrooms, dedicated desks, hot desks, meeting rooms and a communal pantry area. So, if you’re a self-starter and don’t want to work from home but can’t afford renting an office, 3birds might just be the answer!
Address: 6B, Tung Kin Factory Building, 196-198 Tsat Tsz Mui Road, North Point, Hong Kong
The story of CoWorkKing began with a simple idea – to offer entrepreneurs, freelancers and startups the same level of support and amenities as big corporations, and create a workspace that will truly revolutionize the way people go to work. For CoWorkKing’s founders, this meant creating a well-designed, welcoming environment, offering networking opportunities and customized support, and attracting a community of passionate, hardworking professionals and entrepreneurs.
CoWork King’s 3,000 square feet of co-working, collaborative and event space includes private offices of varying sizes, hot desks (available for booking by the hour, day or month) as well as multi-function rooms and event spaces for conducting client and team meetings, seminars, training sessions and networking events.
Address: Block A, 3/F, Chuan Yuan Factory Building,342-344 Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong
Looking for a coworking option that’s both affordable and has a vibrant community? Well, look no further! Founded by entrepreneurial enthusiasts, Ooosh Coworking Spaces offers a budget-friendly yet flexible workspace for startups to run their business as well as an inclusive community of business, marketing and technology talents.
This coworking space also stresses both technical and spiritual support. It provides a virtual platform, ongoing trainings and workshops, and access to funding, mentorship and business connections to nurture its members.
Ozone providesfully-serviced coworking spaces conveniently located in the up and comingbusiness district of Kwun Tong. With an open plan seating space and fullyfurnished private offices available, your membership can be completely tailoredto suit your unique business needs. Plus, they boast a wide range of amenitiesincluding fast Internet, printing, unlimited coffee or tea, and supportservices to help with company registration, tax and accounting.
Its bright sleek design and comfy furniture makes for arelaxing and comfortable atmosphere, perfect for entrepreneurs and creatives toget inspired and get productive!
Set in the heart of Kowloon Bay, Vspace Prime is a luxurious take on the classic coworking space. With state-of-the-art facilities, a commanding view of Victoria Harbour and an array of lifestyle amenities, this space has everything you need to ensure your business can run efficiently.
One thing to note is that they’re open 24/7, great for early risers or when you have a project that just can’t wait until the next day.What’s more, they have a pool table and free beer! After all, did you even join a coworking space if you didn’t make use of the complimentary perks (and snap a pic for the gram of course)?!
Address: Unit D-F, 25/F YHC Tower, 1 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay Hong Kong
Founded in 2016, Campfire has 20 venues, or as they call it – “camps”, spanning four countries, each individually customised to suit the neighbourhood it’s located in and the interests of the community of ‘campers’ it serves.
All of its spaces are carefully designed to boost productivity and collaboration, with large open spaces, lots of natural light, a fully-stock pantry and occasionally an outdoor terrace. They also frequently host events so you can network with your peers and hear from industry speakers on the latest business and industry trends. Its progressive platform is ideal for a wide range of businesses, no wonder their campers include everyone fromthe lone creative freelancer to whole teams from established multinational companies!
Sick of the same old, boring office layout where you’re stuck facing a blank wall or sat across from five other people staring at their laptop?
Like its name suggests, CentralPark Co-Working Space boasts a workspace designed to boost creative thinking and large windows overlooking Kowloon Park so you can enjoy gorgeous panoramic views in between emails. It also has lots of breakout areas and meeting rooms for both formal business meetings and casual one-on-one chats.
It’s even animal-friendly for those of you who can’t bear to leave your furry friend at home!
Address: 11F Daily House, 35 Haiphong Road, Hong Kong
Bridges HK endeavours to be a one-stop-shop business hub for entrepreneurs. In addition to its all-inclusive workspace that comes with complimentary Wifi, mail and courier handling, printers, meeting rooms, a coffee lounge and a snack bar stocked up with fresh fruits and drinks, it also strives to help its members succeed by offering support for everything from start-up advisory, company setups, accounting and tax, trademark and payroll, and working visas.
With Bridges HK, you don’t just pay for a place to sit down and work, you gain a full support system from the people who’ve been there done that (their in-house specialists with over 10 years of experience).
Address: 20/F, Central Tower, 28 Queen's Road Central,Hong Kong
With three locations conveniently situated across Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, Eaton Club is the city’s first social work club combining a private members’ lounge and coworking space to create a progressive living and working enclave aimed at sophisticated individuals ready to change the world.
The space is everything you’d expect and want in a workspace and social club – chic coffee lounges, a trendy outdoor terrace, but also polished shared desks and studio offices. They even have a private breastfeeding room, a massage room and event rooms. The workspace is nothing short of inviting, making for a uniquely gratifying coworking experience. All we can say is – it’s definitely not your average office!
V-Co is one of the largest landlord owned coworking space in Hong Kong. Its workspaces, relaxation zones and meeting rooms are spread across eight floors and are all equipped with the highest quality equipment and specifically designed to encourage its members do their best work.
In addition to the usual coworking facilities, V-Co features a custom-built auditorium with large capacity tiered seating and the latest audio-visual equipment, perfect for seminars and learning forums where its members and other industry professionals can mingle and share their ideas.
Address: 9/F, V POINT, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
The BOOQED app (available on both Android and iOS) lets you try out different coworking spaces until you find the right one! We offer hundreds of great coworking spaces (as well as meeting rooms and café tables) in Hong Kong, Singapore, Shenzhen and Shanghai which can be booked by the hour, day, or month. No need for pesky contracts or 10-year leases anymore!
Still not sure how to go about it? Feel free to contact the BOOQED team! We’re always happy to help if you ever need a little extra advice. J