The 7 Best Amsterdam CoWorking

The 7 Best Co-Working Spots In Amsterdam

Amsterdam coworking has always been a huge feature of this great city that’s short on space but full of creatives. With tight streets wrapped around canals, innovative working solutions have been a must here long before they ever were in other cities.

We’ve rounded up the 7 best Amsterdam coworking spots so all you have to do is grab your laptop and get the head down to do some work.

Amsterdam CoWorking Spots

1. B.Amsterdam

An amazing place with 40.000 square meters and three buildings that’s now the biggest start up eco-system in Europe. They have their own restaurant, start up school and every type of coworking solution you could ever want.

They’re especially good at helping businesses to scale.

You’ll find them here.

B.Amsterdam Coworking Space

2. Bouncespace

This coworking space is in a beautiful old factory building, within walking distance of Museumplein and Leidseplein. The real beauty about this spot is that it isn’t just people on laptops using the space, but also concrete businesses in-house, like an espresso bar and a barber shop. Great work vibes here.

You’ll find them here.

Bouncespace in Amsterdam

3. A Lab

A massive 5000 m2 space which has 40 lab spaces and can house up to 300 people at any one time. The must-try place on the list if you company is starting to prosper and you want that little bit of privacy yet still want the coworking vibes. Its gorgeous design ? Just another big bonus.

You’ll find them here.

A Lab coworking space in Amsterdam

4. The Thinking Hut

This is the best Amsterdam coworking spot for the creatively minded, as you’ll find a mixture of writers, web developers and branding folk here. They run plenty of creative collaboration sessions too.

You’ll find them here.

The best Amsterdam coworking spot

5. TQ

One for the more techie-focused among you. Founded by the people behind The Next Web and backed by Google and KPMG as founding partners, TQ is full of large open collaboration and people hoping to change the world.

You’ll find them here.

TQ Coworking Space

6. Start Dock

There’s a big focus on the community element here and making sure people work in harmony to create as many meaningful connections as possible. Start Dock offers everything from a single desk to your own private smaller offices, alongside a range of funky meeting rooms.

You’ll find them here.

Start Dock

7. Meet Berlage

A truly unique location in the historical heart of Amsterdam. The views are absolutely stunning and they also have smaller meeting rooms dotted around the city to help you create the ultimate flexible work life.

You’ll find them here.

Meet Berlage

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Oliver Peppier

In my opinion, Amsterdam is a super comfortable city to work in. Also, great cities are Rotterdam, Utrecht. I tried to work in some of those co-working places that have recommended an author. If we are talking about Amsterdam, I have to recommend Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal, Herengracht. Please, just have a look at how cool are they!