Luxury coworking spaces in Hong Kong
Coworking spaces offer freelancers, remote workers and small businesses a chance to create and collaborate in a well-equipped space that promotes a sense of community. More and more luxury coworking spaces have been opening in Hong Kong recently – we have compiled a list of the top luxury coworking spaces for you, so you can get work done in comfort and style.
Banyan workspace is a new workspace nestled in Quarry Bay with social responsibility and sustainability being one of their core focus. The space is dedicated to giving back to society as well as creating a space for social purpose. The natural material of the furniture, open space and seaview makes it such a tranquil space to work in.
They have hotdesk, dedicated desk and flexible offices available for 2 to 16 pax. Their hotdesk iHK$5,000 per month; Dedicated desk is HK$6,500 per month, and private offices start from $15,000 per month. The hotdesking area filled with natural light, while the library area is just simply beautiful.
Why Banyan workspace
Banyan Workspace managed to melt sustainability into its luxurious and modern design seamlessly. It’s the perfect coworking space for people who wants a quiet tranquil place to concentrate on their work.
The philosophy that the company lives by is also admirable. Each month the coworking space donates 2% of the membership fee to a non-profit organization, while they also encourage their members to join them for Banyan Workspace Giving Back Day once every three months.
Address: Suite 1204, Eastern Harbour Centre, 28 Hoi Chak Street,
Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
The Great Room
Created by a top hospitality designer, it is reminiscent of a five-star hotel lounge with its 360-degree views of the city, arched doorways and warm timber paneling. The gorgeous artwork and plush couches add to the relaxing vibe which is perfect for creativity and collaboration; after all, people work best in a stress-free environment where they can share and discuss ideas.
You can opt for a flexi-desk, which starts at HKD 7,000 per month, or a private office, which starts at HKD 11,000 per month. Private offices come in varying sizes and can accommodate small groups of two up to large groups of twenty or more. The Great Room also offers venues for events and conferences.
Why The Great Room
It’s not all about work at The Great Room – they have an on-site bar and café so you can have a drink and take a break from the project that’s stressing you out; a turndown cart in the evening to offer hot chocolate and cookies to those who work late. There are also plenty of events hosted here; for example, the Monday Morning Breakfast Club that takes place weekly.
Address: One Taikoo Place, Level 23, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
The Executive Centre
The Executive Centre will empower you to achieve success with space that can be custom-made to your needs. This upscale coworking space boasts in-house baristas, Timothy Oulton furnishing, Herman Miller chairs and height-adjustable standing desks to provide you with luxury and comfort. The Executive Centre is more than just an office space – it is the perfect environment for an organization or individual executive to thrive.
Monthly passes for flexi-desk or fixed desk are both available, However, The Executive Centre must be directly contacted for a quote. Office spaces and meeting rooms are also open for bookings.
Why The Executive Centre
The Executive Centre is truly a first-class co-working space as they can tailor the space to your needs. Plus, once you are a member, you’ll have access to their app to book meeting rooms and other facilities. There are also plenty of regular events held for members that provide excellent opportunities for networking.
Address: Level 15 & 16, The Hong Kong Club Building, 3A Chater Rd, Central, Hong Kong
Located within a 5-star hotel, Kafnu blends work and play to create one of Hong Kong’s most unique coworking space. This space has it all – flexi desks and private offices for work, a whisky bar and event space, as well as an outdoor terrace and a private lounge for relaxing and taking coffee breaks from work! There are also board games and arcade games to play with, so you can socialize during your break time. The best part – Kafnu is open 24/7 and has two designated rooms for members to nap inside.
A monthly membership for a flexi-desk at Kafnu starts at HKD 1,800. Alternatively, you can opt for a yearly membership, which brings the price down to HKD 1,710 per month. Memberships for private offices start at HKD 16,000 per month.
Being inside a 5-star hotel comes with plenty of perks – Kafnu members can enjoy discounted passes to the hotel’s recreational facilities such as the gym and swimming pool. Kafnu offers free tea and coffee so you can get your caffeine fix; free beer and wine to help you de-stress. They also host regular community lunches and other events to facilitate socializing and networking.
Address: 2/F, Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hong Kong
The Work Project
Spanning 30,000 square feet over four floors, The Work Project is committed to providing an enhanced co-working experience to its members. Luxury and efficiency are its main goals – the space is fitted with adjustable desks which can be easily converted into standing desks with the push of a button. Custom-made tea and organic coffee are also available in the pantry.
A day pass to The Work Project starts at HKD 350 while a 10-day pass starts at HKD 2,250. Monthly passes start at HKD 4,450 and private office rentals start at HKD 5,600 per person per month. Prices may fluctuate depending on the demand.
Why The Work Project:
The space at The Work Project is open 24/7 and plays a carefully curated playlist that is designed to improve focus. They also have a beautiful vertical garden, a library, and a lounge to chill out and relax in.
Address: 15/F Soundwill Plaza II – Midtown, 1-29 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay
Eaton Club Central
Eaton Club Central is more than just a workspace, it also has an F&B outlet that offers food and drinks such as breakfast, lunch, and cocktails. The vibe at Eaton club is definitely more on the sophisticated and premium side, a place that you would dress a little bit more formal for which in return increase your productivity.
A 10-day pass to Eaton Club starts at HKD 2,500 while monthly passes start at HKD 4,000. You can also opt for a private office suite, for which monthly passes start at HKD 10,000.
Why Eaton Club:
Eaton Club provides the perfect environment for executives and entrepreneurs who have a more flexible approach towards working and enjoy to be located around some major finance companies in Hong Kong. There are also plenty of networking opportunities at the Eaton Club, with weekly live music performance and evening drinks.
Address: 5/F, Champion Tower, 3 Garden Rd, Central
So, there you have it – the top 5 luxury co-working spaces in Hong Kong. Which one suits you best?