We might be a few years behind but co-working spaces are finally more commonly found in Hong Kong. Took us long enough—the city is known for its start-up and entrepreneurial culture after all. It’s quite easy to find a spot which offers a decent-sized space and an attractive package but if you’re looking for something that truly adds to and helps to elevate your creativity and working experience, you might find it hard to set them apart.
It might seem easy to find places that offer large spaces and good deals, but not a lot of them manage to elevate our working experiences. Taking facilities, accessibility, services, design and location into consideration, we’ve narrowed it down to these six unique high-end coworking spaces in Hong Kong:
As the first lifestyle shared space within a five-star hotel, Kafnu does not only offer the basics, but other cool incentives such as daily happy hour deals, on-demand meal delivery, discount on room bookings and member access to their fitness centre and swimming pool. Head over for a relaxing workspace and holistic wellness experiences.
2F-38, Kerry Hotel, Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Kowloon, Hung Hom, Hong Kong + 852 3974 5125, kafnu.com/hong-kong
Located in the heart of Kowloon within Eaton HK, Eaton House offers 24/7 access to their quirky co-working space. There’s plenty of on-site equipment for creatives, including cameras, sewing machines, editing software and large-format printers, as well as a comfy screening room. In support of the local community, they also offers artist residency rooms and is currently home to human rights non-profit The Justice Centre. The hotel sits under Eaton Workshop, a global purpose-driven company which brings together creatives and acts as a hub for not only hospitality but also impact initiatives, wellness and media.
Eaton House, 380 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei Kowloon Hong Kong, +852 3971 8999, eatonworkshop.com
Operated by Swire Properties, Blueprint offers exactly what you need if you’re making your business scalable. It comes with its own auditorium, town hall, show suite, boardroom, training rooms and lounge. If you’re looking for somewhere with the perfect event venue, Blueprint is a solid option.
Blueprint, 2/F, Dorset House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, +852 9631 1106, blueprint.swireproperties.com
The Work Project
Measuring in at over 30,000 square feet, the award-winning co-working space has built a multi-sensory working environment for creatives. Filled with natural scents and greenery, The Work Project also has its own large event spaces and signature meeting rooms. Make sure you figure out the pricing plans that works for you: day pass (HK$350), part-time hot desks (HK$2,250), full-time hot desks (HK$4,450) and private offices (HK $5,600).
The Work Project, 15/F. Soundwill Plaza ll – Midtown, 1-29 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay +852 3896 1000, theworkproject.com
The Executive Centre
With more than eight branches located in Hong Kong’s top financial hubs, including One IFC, Three Garden Road and Two Chinachem Central, the executive centre is one of the most convenient co-working spaces in town. The Executive Centre offers plenty of sizing options as well as the option to have remote workspace where they provide you with a business address, mail-handling and call-forwarding services.
The Executive Centre, Level 5, 7 & 8, Two Exchange Square, 8 Connaught Place, Central, +852 2297 2297, executivecentre.com.hk
With five spaces spread out across Hong Kong, and even a co-living space in Sham Shui Po, Campfire is trying to redefine co-working spaces for creative individuals. Knowing the exorbitant costs of rent in the city, especially for media and art professionals, they’ve catered well to this audience. Amenities include a kitchen studio suitable for filming shows, a recording studio, a fashion walk, and of course, comfortable working spaces and offices.
Campfire, Remex Centre, 42 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong, +852 2780 5586, https://campfire.work/