7 Best Coworking London

The 7 Best Co-Working Spots In London

Whether you’re a freelancer in need of a desk for the day or looking to set up your own business with a dedicated space, there’s some fantastic spots for coworking in London.

Tequila bars in the toilets, stylish surroundings, networking events and unlimited coffee? You’ll find all that and more in these 7 best coworking spaces in London.

Best Coworking London spots

1. De Beauvoir Block

Still in love with millennial pink? Us too. Join like-minded creatives in Hackney at this casual coworking space that has an onsite cafe.

Memberships start at £100 a month with a hot desk and access to the stylish communal area with superfast WiFi and private courtyard.

2. Huckletree

With three sites across London – in Clerkenwell, Shoreditch and White City, Huckletree is a stellar place to network. Fun workshops and interesting talks will keep you on your toes.

They also have a fantastic three month accelerator programme: The Alpha Programme for tech and digital lifestyle startups.

3. WeWork Southbank

Join the coworking giants at this space spread over five floors that has sought-after amenities like bike storage, showers, and a pet-friendly vibe.

There’s 41 WeWork locations in London, with a standard hot desk around £200 per month but we love the view at the Southbank spot. The ideal place for coworking in London.

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4. Canova Hall

A 1906 renovated building in Brixton, drop by here for £10 a day (or £50 a month) to make use of the coworking space, pizzeria, cafe and cocktail bar.

You’ll get bottomless coffee and the chance to check out great events once you’ve done all your work for the day.
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5. The Ramp

A coworking space for artsy folk, The Ramp in Peckham is in the cultural hub that is Peckham Levels. Grab a hotdesk from £159 a month and soak it all up.

The building is also home to unique creative facilities including dark rooms, sound rehearsal, screen printing and ceramics studios.

6. Uncommon

With five locations (Others are at Highbury, Fulham, Borough and Liverpool Street) in London, Uncommon should defo be on your list. Their wellbeing-focused spaces include rooftop yoga, healthy snacks, smoothies, organic juices and ergonomic chairs.

The swing seats and moss covered walls are an extra bonus.

7. The Ministry

Where else would you find a tequila bar in the ladies toilets and an on-site recording studio? The Ministry was opened by the Ministry of Sound and is geared towards those in the music and media industries.

Business support, access to the private members club and incredibly cool surroundings are what you’ll find here.

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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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