The Definitive List of Coworking Spaces in Barcelona
Is there a coworking space near me in Barcelona? Yes, yes there is. A million.
021Coworking | 3D Coworking | 7dos Coworking | Agitacion Coworking | Alpha Espai | Aurea Coworking | Atta33 | Attico | aPocaPoc | BCN575 Coworking | BCNewt | Betahaus | Blitz Coworking | Cahoot | Camaleó Photograph & Video Design | City Work BCN | Cloudworks | Cobuilder Hub | Cowork Idea | Coworking Platon | CREC | Depot Lab | Domènech 7 | Espai Born | Factory 103 | Felisa Cowork | Garden Coworking | Hortensia | Jungle Coworking | La Hormigonera | La Vaca Coworking 🐮 | La Vitrina | LoftCowork | MG Coworking | Makers of Barcelona (MOB) | Maui Beach Coworking | Moda 22 Makers | MeetBCN | OneCoWork | Pipoca Coworking | Spaces | Start2bee | Talent Garden Barcelona | The Foundery | TransfoLAB BCN | Transforma BCN | Utopicus | WeWork | Zamness
Fed up with working from home or bumming around in cafés? We hear you. Perhaps it’s time to start thinking about finding a comfortable coworking space, with all the facilities you need to start crushing it.
Barcelona has a wealth of coworking offices – big and small – and all have their own perks; from the free coffee and beautiful design at OneCoWork to the fantastic networking opportunities and creative energy of MOB.
In this post we compare spaces and prices. Where possible we do so using like-for-like comparisons, using full-time flexible desks (work where you like, when you like) as a base-line. Occasionally, this service is not available, so we use the closest alternative possible.
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On to the list! We hope it’s helpful.
021Coworking – @22 Poblenou
What’s it like? A local feel, with workshops, talks and networking opportunities. It’s a reasonably-priced coworking space right in the heart of the @22 Barcelona startup zone in the Poble Nou neighbourhood.
Address: Carrer Badajoz 88 bajos
Opens: 8am to 8pm opening times, Monday to Friday.
3D Coworking – Montjuic
What’s it like? Located inside Poble Espanyol, 3D Coworking offers basic desks, a kitchen wifi and the usual coworking services. On top of this, though, the space is ideal for makers: you also have access to 3D printers, machinery and a workshop. It’s somewhat rustic, but certainly an excellent cost-effective option for those looking for a genuine maker-space in a lovely area of the city.
Address: Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13
7dos – Gràcia
What’s it like? 7dos has two spaces separated by a little outdoor chill out area. Offering basic desks, pallet-style furniture, wifi, printer a small kitchen and reception area, it’s not high end, but it is good value for money.
Address: Carrer de Verdi, 72
Agitacion Coworking – Gràcia
What’s it like? A bad name in English, for sure, but don’t let that put you off. One of the most cost-effective fixed-desk solutions on this list, Agitacion offers 24/7 access, a small kitchen, terrace and a decent work space. It’s not high end, but it’s a good option if you’re just starting out. Ideal for marketers, programmers, designers, etc.
Address: Carrer Sant Domenech 11 Bajos
Alpha Espai – Poblenou
What’s it like? Alpha Espai offers new members a free trial week, which seems rather fair to us. With nice stainless steel features and some interesting design touches, it feels like a place you could get stuff done. It has a good list of services too – including a changing room and shower facilities, a feature in its web directory, management consultancy, reception and other regular coworking offers.
Website: Alpha Espai
Address: Carrer Pere IV, 214, Entresuelo
Opens: 9am – 7pm, Monday to Friday
Aurea – Gràcia
What’s it like? Brick walls and clean workspaces, it looks professional but compact. Not one for big teams, but single entrepreneurs and two-somes might find it’s a good space to try out. Full coworking services as you’d expect, including; meeting rooms, wifi, printers, furniture and kitchen area.
Website: Aurea Coworking
Address: C/ Sant Gabriel 22
Atta33 – Poblenou
What’s it like? A maker space and workshop/coworking space, Atta33 offers 3D printing, laser cutting, and 2D and 3D machine cutting. The company also offers these services professionally if you are not proficient yourself.
Flex: Not listed
Address: Carrer de Tànger, 33
Opens: 9am- 6pm (Google listing)
Attico Barcelona – Eixample, Hospitalet and Poblenou
What’s it like? We’ve only visited the space in Urquinaona, but we enjoyed the rooftop terrace. It’s a friendly, international space with tons of interesting startups, events and networking opportunities. You can also enjoy free coffee, take a shower, park your bike and even join the gym.
Address; Urquinaona: Ronda Sant Pere, 52, 08010 Barcelona; Poblenou: Passeig de Gràcia Faria, 49, Barcelona; Rambla Marina, 456, Hospitalet
aPocaPoc – @22 Poblenou
What’s it like?
aPOCaPoc has a touch of green about it. With sustainable furniture and a garden space, it’s a relaxing space to work on your creations. Including Skype booths, wellness rooms, and meeting rooms, we especially like the eco-friendly slant and the community-first approach. This coworking space claims to promote a lifestyle that reduces the community’s ecological footprint and makes a positive global impact.
Flex: from €147
Address: Carrer d’Àlaba, 100
Opens: 9am – 5pm, Monday Friday
BCN575 Coworking – Eixample
What’s it like? A basic, professional space with private meeting areas, kitchen and a range of access options in a well-connected, central location.
Website: BCN575 Coworking
Address: Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 575; Bailén 71, Mezzanine 4
BCNewt – @22 Poblenou
What’s it like? A nice light space with a roof terrace, BCNewt is another coworking office located in the heart of the up-and-coming startup district of @22 in Poblenou. It’s a basic space that does the job, offering regular amenities, meeting rooms, and bicycle parking.
Address: Calle Pere IV, 74
Opens: 8am – 8pm, Monday to Friday (24/7 for all access members)
Betahaus – Gràcia
What’s it like? Cool. Definitely cool. Betahaus boasts an international network, contents insurance for members and a very start-uppy vibe: it’s “open code, undone, incomplete and always changing.”
Address: Carrer de Vilafranca, 7
Blitz Coworking – Gràcia
What’s it like? Cosy and fairly basic, with meeting rooms, outdoor space and dining area.
Website: Blitz Coworking Gracia
Address:Carrer Ca l’Alegre de Dalt, 55, 4to 2a
Cahoot – Sant Antoni
What’s it like? High ceilings and a space well suited for collaboration, Cahoot is industrial, yet slick. It has two floors with private offices, fixed desks, hot desks and meeting rooms. It also offers event hosting.
Address: Carrer de Floridablanca 92
Opens: 24/7 (flex: 9am – 9pm)
Camaleó Photograph & Video Design – Born
What’s it like? Centrally located Camaleó is aimed at freelancers and photographers/videographers in Barcelona. It has 500m2 space, which includes a work area and a photography studio. It also offers meeting rooms, a lounge a large terrace, lockers and a discount on renting photographic equipment for members.
Flex: €120 – minimum 3 months’ stay
Website: Camaleó Barcelona
Address: Carrer de Sant Pere Mitjà, 67
City Work BCN – Gràcia
What’s it like? All the services you need – including coffee, security, meeting rooms and a reception area, City Work BCN is a mid-level coworking space. At the end of the day it provides basic desks and an open workspace. It looks fine if you want to put your head down and work, but aside from a few indoor plants, lacks the pizzazz of more design-orientated spaces. One plus point is that it hosts events – though it’s unclear what those events are.
Website: City Work BCN
Address: Travessera de Gràcia 73-79, 3º, 2ª.
Opens: 7am – 9.30pm Monday to Friday; 9am – 1pm Saturday
Cloudworks – various locations
What’s it like? One of the larger coworking operators, Cloudworks has spaces in Sant Antoni, Passeig de Gràcia, Sagrada Familia, Sant Joan, Sant Pere and somewhere called Madrid. It offers a full range of services, as you might expect for such a rapidly expanding coworking office.
Flex: not listed.
Address: Various, see website
Cobuilder Hub – Eixample
What’s it like? CoBuilder Hub has a lovely terrace and a range of flexible working and private office space. It promotes events and networking – and there’s a fun collaborative atmosphere.
Address: Passatge de Gaiolà, 13
Cowork Idea – Raval
What’s it like? Cowork Idea has a range of workspaces, chill out areas and private offices. It is ideally located in central Barcelona between Plaça Catalunya and Plaça Universitat and offers a full range of coworking services, including whiteboards, IP phones and event hosting.
Website: Cowork Idea
Address: Carrer Torres i Amat 21, 1º
Coworking Platon – Eixample
What’s it like? With something of a stylish studio feel, this coworking space feels more local than international. Meeting rooms, fixed desks and offices available.
Website: Coworking Platon
Address: Calle Balmes 177, 3rd floor
CREC – Poble Sec, Eixample, Sabadell
What’s it like? CREC offers big open spaces, a full-featured office and are making a concerted effort to build a community. As a result, it has built a good reputation in the city.
Address: Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 672; Carrer de Blesa, 27
Opens: 8am – 9pm, Monday to Friday
Depot Lab – Eixample and Gràcia
What’s it like? Billed as the creative coworking space, Depot Lab offers office space, accommodation and event hosting and support.
Website: Depot Lab
Address: Bruc 149, Barcelona; Joaquim Ruyra 9-11
Opens: 8.30am – 8pm, Monday-Friday
Domènech 7 – Gràcia
What’s it like? Domènech 7 gives you 5m2 to make your own. It has boasts a kitchenette, bike rack and reception area. Good for small teams, not so good for those who need to use the phone all day.
Website: Domènech 7
Address: Carrer Domènech 7-9
Espai Born – Born
What’s it like? Espai born is full of character. Built out of a converted bakery, it has a unique aesthetic with lots of design touches. The coworking space offers an arcade, kitchen, TV, and the usual range of coworking facilities, it also hosts a number of events.
Website: Espai Born
Address: Carrer Vigatans, 11
Factory 103 – Eixample
What’s it like? Wide open, light space with a communal sofa, table football and kitchenette – where a lot of creative cooking takes place. It’s a great place to make films and host events. Free trials on Wednesday mornings.
Website: Factory 103
Address: Carrer Mallorca 103
Felisa Cowork – Eixample
What’s it like? A compact space with basic facilities, some pricing packages include consulting and coaching.
Website: Felisa Cowork
Address: Carrer Rosello 295, Bajo Derecha
Opens: 24/7 access
Garden Coworking – Gràcia
What’s it like? The coworking space has a kitchen, high ceilings and several rows of desks. With creeping plants on the walls, it has a very “Gràcia” feel to it.
Fixed standard: €175
Website: Garden Coworking
Address: Carrer Planeta 12
Opens: 24/7 access
Hortensia – Horta
What’s it like? Hortensia cowork promotes ‘sloworking’. It has a cozy atmosphere and claims to be friendly-doggy-friendly. It has three rooms and 75m2 of space; along with the shared tables, you have a meeting room, green areas, and a quirky decor. Somewhat unusually, fixed-desk pricing is cheaper than hot desk pricing (€130 v €160). Due to its size, this appears Ideal for freelancers, digital nomads and solo-entrepreneurs.
Fixed: € 130 euros per month
Website: Available on Facebook
Address: C/ de la Vall d’Ordessa, 7 – Botiga 2
Opens: – 9am – 9pm, Monday – Friday (24/7 member access)
Jungle Coworking – Poblenou
What’s it like? Doubling as a photo studio, Jungle coworking is a small space that immerses you in plants and greenery. It certainly has a unique approach to a shared office space – but with only 12 desks, it’s not the place for a big team.
Website: Jungle coworking
Address: Carrer Marina 68
Opens: 9am – 8pm
La Hormigonera – Sants
What’s it like? Professional space, with a meeting table, kitchen and outdoor patio. As part of La Hormigonera cultural collective (COL·LECTIU CULTURAL), 95% of the space is made up of recycled materials.
Website: La Hormigonera
Opens: 9.00am – 8.30pm, Monday – Friday
La Vaca Coworking – Poble Sec
What’s it like? You used to be able to buy milk in La Vaca, now you can go to work. The website promises a cool vibe. At least, its mascot – a cow with some pretty rad sunglasses – does. The old dairy shop has an interesting decor, with interesting design features and high ceilings. Aimed mostly at freelancers, digital nomads and entrepreneurs, it has all the usual coworking features – alongside videos games, a pool table, books, afterworks and “paella days”. Yum.
Fixed desk: €215
Website: La Vaca
Address: Carrer de la Creu dels Molers, 19
Opens: 9am – 8 pm
La Vitrina – Hospitalet
What’s it like? La Vitrina seems like a place with a big focus on socialising, and popup events. It offers event space, basic facilities, desks and multi-purpose rooms.
Website: La Vitrina
Address: Carrer de l’Església, 69 (Hospitalet)
Opens: 8am – 8pm, Monday – Friday (According to Google)
LoftCowork – @22 – Poblenou
What’s it like? This is a design-focused coworking space, with natural light and a professional atmosphere: it’s clear the founders take design an architecture seriously. Services include use of tools and machinery, kitchen, among other regular coworking facilities.
Flex: from €210
Address: Pl. Jose Mª Huertas Claveria, 3 1º3ª
Opens: 8am – 8pm, Monday to Friday
MG Coworking – Eixample
What’s it like? Basic office facilities, some private office space available. Includes a kitchenette and bathroom. The business also offers a co-working mangement service.
Fixed: €80 – €115
Website: MG Coworking
Address: Calle del Bruc, 168; Carrer de Casp, 79
Makers of Barcelona (MOB) – Born, Eixample, Sant Antoni
What’s it like? MOB might not be the new kid on the block any more, but it is the space that kicked off the coworking trend in Barcelona. With free events, training academies and a collaborative workspace, it has everything you could need in a coworking space.
Website: Makers of Barcelona (MOB)
Address: Carrer de Bailén 11; Avenida F. Cambó, 17; Ronda de Sant Pau 47
Maui Beach Coworking – Poblenou
What’s it like? Maui Beach coworking offers a workspace, photo studio, and a number of activities – including Stand up paddle boarding, Thai and sports massage, as well as yoga classes. We love that it has a cocktail bar too, because who doesn’t want mojitos at work? It’s right by the beach, hence all the fun.
Website: Maui Beach
Address: Carrer del Perelló, 74
Opens: 24/7 (in the Maui 1 location)
Moda 22 Makers – @22 Poblenou
What’s it like? This is a maker-space and incubator, more than a coworking office. Offering workshops, incubation services and mentorship, this is an ideal starting point for young designers hoping to start a business. It even features an integrated factory.
Address: Carrer Llull 48, 5-4
Opens: 9am – 6.30pm, Monday to Friday
MeetBCN – Eixample
What’s it like? MeetBCN has a range of private offices, meeting rooms and a coworking space. Its services include receptionist, free meeting room space, workshops and networking.
Address: Rambla de Catalunya 125, 3º 2ª
Monday – Tibidabo, Barceloneta, Eixample
What’s it like? Everyone loves Mondays, right? Well, this coworking space certainly has a professional vibe. It offers a modern spaces, with fast internet, phone booths, a terrace and games room – among many other services. Definitely good value for money – and a good place to network and get work done.
Address: Lluis Muntadas, 8; Pg. Joan de Borbó, 99; Riera de Sant Miquel, 1 BIS
OneCoWork – Plaça Catalunya, Port Vell, Gotic
What’s it like? OneCoWork has three incredible spaces; a light-filled space in the Marina, to a converted warehouse in Plaça Catalunya, and a new office right by the Gothic Cathedral. Offering a full range of services, breath-taking design, fast internet, and great networking and community events.
Flex: €200-€210 (depending on space)
Address: Carrer Estruc 9; Carrer Escar 20; Avinguda de la Catedral 6
See more in this Barna Hub interview with OneCoWork CEO Ben Nachoom
Pipoca Coworking – Gotic
What’s it like? A compact space with a meeting room that doubles as a ping-pong court, this is an unusual-looking coworking space. Kitchen, chill out room and hammock at your service. We’re sure its coziness translates to friendliness, but perhaps not one for huge teams. Shared work space and private offices available.
Website: Pipoca Coworking
Address: Carrer de la Portaferrissa, 8
Opens: 9am – 9pm
Spaces – @22 Poblenou
What’s it like? Space, the international coworking brand, has landed in Barcelona. Offering networking, community, flex spaces and dedicated desks, it has a full range of services for businesses of any size. Free day trials available.
Website: Spaces Barcelona
Address: Pallars 193
Start2bee – Gràcia
What’s it like? Basic work space with desks and internet use.
Address: Carrer de L’Escorial 180; Travessera de Dalt 33; Carrer Albigesos 25-27
Talent Garden Barcelona – Gràcia
What’s it like? Talent Garden hosts events and is set to launch an innovation school. Choose from a dedicated desk or flexible working. Other features include a kitchen and meeting spaces.
Website: Talent Garden Barcelona
Address: Carrer de Muntaner, 239, 3º A
The Foundery – Ciutat Vella
What’s it like? The Foundery offers a large space with natural light and comfortable furniture. There are meeting spaces, wifi, printing and copying facilities, as you’d expect. However, it also offers Fixed Desk members an interesting perk – access to free bicycles – and there are regular events.
Address: Plaça Reial 18
Opens: 24/7 (Flex: 9am – 7pm, Monday – Friday)
TransfoLAB BCN – Poblenou
What’s it like? If TransfoLAB BCN revs your engines, it’s probably because it’s based in an old car parts factory. Take in the high ceilings and the vintage décor and get to work in this maker space. It promotes experimentation, innovation and the creative repurposing of trash. Definitely somewhere to check out, if you’re the hands-on type.
Address: Carrer Ciutat de Granada 71
Opens: 9.30am – 7.00pm, Monday – Friday
Transforma BCN – Eixample
What’s it like? Promising coworking for heroes, Transform BCN has a bar, restaurant and coworking space. It also promotes a number of events and activities in the space. It’s has a dedicated space for artists and includes a workshop and gallery.
Price range: from €140
Website: Transforma BCN
Address: Consell de cent, 394
Opens: 9am – 9pm
Utopicus – BCN and Madrid
What’s it like? Good for startups and enterprises alike, Utopicus has a number of spaces in Barcelona and Madrid. Expect a full range of services.
Address: Various, see website
WeWork – BCN
What’s it like? There’s beer on tap in this internationally famous coworking space. Already boasting five spaces in the city, it is equally designed for single entrepreneurs and larger teams.
Address: Various see website
Zamness – Poblenou
What’s it like? A well-appointed stylish space, with regular coworking facilities and kitchen. Glass walls, lots of light, and plenty of desk space.
Address: Carrer Zamora 46, 4-4
Opens: 9am – 8pm
Did we miss your favourite coworking space? Or has one gone to coworking heaven? Is there a horrible mistake? Let us know in the comments and we’ll gladly update the list.