5. The Collective – Willesden Junction, London, England
You are sure to make connections at the largest coliving building in the world.
At The Collective, you’ll have access to tons of community outings, clubs and events throughout London. Old Oak, the building that houses both coworking and coliving space, features a spa, an onsite restaurant, a gym, a cinema room, a sports bar, a library, a rooftop terrace, and a communal kitchen and dining rooms. Plus, it is easy to hop on the tube or the rail to London proper.
In addition to the wifi, printing and furnished spaces you expect from one of the best coworking spaces, you will also receive a mailing address, coffee and tea, fruit and snacks, and bike storage.
4. Dojo Bali – Canggu, Echo Beach, Bali, Indonesia
If you are looking the best coworking space that offers a truly collaborative environment and community of people eager to learn and participate, come to Dojo.
Though Dojo is located in a Balinese village, within walking distance of Echo Beach, the staff have done everything in their power to ensure you will have stable internet and a comfortable working environment. There are air conditioned meeting rooms and Skype rooms along with an event space that can accommodate 50-80 people.
Take a dip in the pool or order from the cafe or the smoothie shack. After work, participate in one of the community events, which include workshops, opportunities for networking, and BBQs. You can also register with their Cogiving Officer to help make a positive impact.
From the moment you are picked up from the airport, you’ll feel at home in this coliving community. Your surprise welcome box will be waiting for you, along with a comfy room, en-suite bathroom, and private workspace. Learn something new with surf or yoga lessons. Pack your bags and prepare to relax in the communal kitchen, tropical garden, lawn area or pool.
3. Outsite – Multiple Locations Worldwide
Do you want to colive, cowork and keep traveling? Enter Outsite.
With locations on three different continents, Outsite truly allows you to work anywhere. You are guaranteed to feel at home staying in their luxury accommodations. All locations feature an open workspace and the opportunity to join a community of exuberant adventurers. Each home is unique, with options in the mountains, by the beach and in the heart of the city. Outsite offers some of the best coliving spaces in the world.
You can go ahead a book a stay at any location, or you can become a member and gain access to lower rates, preferential booking and special experiences and events. Become part of one of the best coliving communities out there.
2. Coconat – Bad Belzig, Germany
Go on a “workation retreat” in the German countryside at Coconat. Be productive and relaxed at the same time in this serene, rural space.
In addition to the designated coworking areas, collect your thoughts in the garden, out in the courtyard, in the library, on the hammocks, out on the lawn, or on the bathtub-turned-swing. When you aren’t working, enjoy the sauna, sit by the fireplace, or take a walk in the orchard. Relax with a massage or bring your yoga mat to one of their yoga class.
Though there is plenty of time to reflect, you’ll never feel alone. Coconat provides three meals a day, which everyone eats together. Plus, almost every night you can find people around a campfire after dinner. There’s plenty to explore in the area, including ancient castles and towers, the famous R1 bike path, and local restaurants. This one-of-a-kind experience is available at one of the best co-living communities in the world.
1. KoHub – Ko Lanta, Thailand
Take a step back and enjoy the island life at KoHub, one of the top coworking spaces in the world according to Forbes and coworker.com.
Despite the remote location, internet is not a problem with multiple lines, stable wifi and a backup generator. Work on one of the open-air decks or inside one of the large air-conditioned rooms. The international traveler is the top priority, with universal power adapters available throughout the facility. Drink free coffee, tea, or water and take advantage of the full restaurant, cafe, and juice bar. There are regular communal lunches, which provide a great opportunity to socialize. Food for the kitchen comes from their own organic farming and KoHub hopes to be totally off-grid by 2020.
Back at home, enjoy views of the nearby beach and jungle from the rooftop terrace. As a KoHub member, you will get discounts to many local businesses, making it easy to enjoy snorkeling, scuba-diving, mini-golfing, fishing, and local restaurants.