List of Best Co-working spaces in Dubai

Co-working spaces in Dubai

As digital nomads it is important for us to know great coffee shops and spaces where we can do some work. Dubai is a city in the Middle East full of opportunities and a great place for start ups. We’ve decided to compile a few co-working spaces in Dubai you can go and have all your work done as a freelancer, entrepreneur or digital nomad passing by town.

A4 Space at Alserkal Avenue

A4 Space was launched by Alserkal Avenue in April 2015, designed by a Lebanese architect, Fadi Sarieddine. It’s a 6,000 square feet freelance workspace that’s free of entry and open to everyone! There is free wifi, a cinema room, tons of desks, an Appetite café, a book collection, just the perfect setting to meet, collaborate and incubate projects. There is also a community library corner. The A4 library relies on the books anyone donates and any kind of books, in any language are welcome. This is our working oasis.

 

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Rove Hotels Working spaces

Most Rove Hotels have incredible working spaces. You can sign up for a daily pass to get unlimited coffee and fast Wi-Fi. They actually are also listed in co-working schemes in Dubai if you want to use multiple different Rove Hotel co-working spaces across Dubai.

 

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Re: Urban Studio

The Re: Urban Studio is located at the Dubai Design District (D3) and is quite a really good looking space to be working at. It’s a co-working space that is very friendly and ideal to artists such as graphic designers and other types of creators.

 

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NEST Dubai

Nest is a paid Co-working Space in TRYP Wyndham Hotel Dubai in Barsha Heights (formally TECOM) on the Marina side of Dubai. You can get unlimited coffee plus snacks all day and the valet parking is free. You can learn more about membership pricing and benefits on their website.

 

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Letswork UAE

Letswork is quite an interesting concept. It is actually a community of pop-up co-working spaces in Dubai and the UAE, with of course unlimited tea And coffee plus wifi. They have up to 19 spots all around the country and always picks location that are very work friendly. If you don’t want to stick to one location, this membership might be what you need.

 

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Witwork

Witwork is another company that groups many co-working spaces across Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Ras Al Khaimah. Their spaces are at curated spots in restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, meeting rooms and include great benefits too.

 

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The Bureau Dubai

Located in Souk Al Bahar in Downtown Dubai, The Bureau has a co-working spaces but also provides services such as licensing businesses, introducing businesses to local partners and stylish furnished office spaces for rent.

 

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ImpactHub Dubai

ImpactHub Dubai is a space downtown commonly used by entrepreneurs. It is a great co-working space to meet other startups and also a good community if you are into networking with other small businesses.


Do you know other nice co-working areas in Dubai or Abu Dhabi? Hit us up as we would love the feature them here. We ought to mention places like 1776.vc and AstroLabs since these co-working spaces are more for people that are far in their start-up/small business progress.

Ma'a as-salaama


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