By Edward Denegre
Hands down, Colab-Factory is the best coworking space in the United States, but what about worldwide? Here are five coworking spots around the world and their unique quirks that separate them from most.
The Pub Hub
The Pub Hub is a new coworking startup based in Tel Aviv. Bars are plentiful in the Middle East’s party capital. The Pub Hub rents bars that are only open at night and turns them into coworking spaces during the day, complete with WIFI and printing. They are currently adding new locations. Imagine working during the day and partying at night all in the same venue!
Remember in nursery school when after naptime you got to play on the jungle gym? This coworking space in Madrid has a playroom with a stage, ladders to climb, and a net to crawl around. Why not take a break from working and have a play fight with those inflatable balloons? The Spanish love siestas, so it’s complete with hammocks to lounge in.
Beach Hub is a coworking space located on Koh Phangan in Thailand. Naturally, since it looks like a resort, it also hosts retreats. It’s website says “you only need your bathing suit and laptop.”
This co-working spot in Milan loves food. It’s also a cafe! It has all the perks: unlimited tea, coffee, and an all you can eat buffet. For 14 Euros a day or 200/month, it’s a pretty tasty deal.
How fast can you pack a suitcase? This co working space on Jeju island in South Korea. Working here is free. Yes, J Space is a free co working space on a tropical island. Hotels and Airbnbs are affordable on the island, or rent a house with all the money you save with free co working!