The coworking trend in London has been steadily increasing for a long time. In fact, London holds the impressive title of being the world’s fastest growing city for coworking spaces, with a remarkable frequency of a new space opening approximately every five days!
As the demand for coworking space continues to grow, it has become critical for the spaces to differentiate themselves. This is why we are witnessing the emergence of some extraordinary coworking spaces in London.
Thess remarkable spaces stand out with their innovative architecture, incorporation of cutting edge technology and modern amenities, and some even throw in spa and treatmetn facilities.
Give that London is the epicentre of coworking in the UK, it’s hardly surprising that the majority fo these new spaces are popping up there. If you’re not entirely familiar with the concept of coworking then check out our coworking guide for a simple explanation.
So, with all these factors in mind, we have curated a list of the five most extraordinary coworking spaces in London. In no particular order, let’s delve right in and discover these spaces!
Our 5 coolest coworking spaces London
- Coworking Space Kensington, Pavilion
- Tobacco Dock Workspaces, Shoreditch
- WeWork, The Monument, Billingsgate
- Soho Works, Shoreditch, White city
1. Coworking Space Kensington, Pavilion
Pavilion, a delightful and cutting edge coworking space, epitomises the essence of professionalism and exclusivity. With its unwavering commitment to luxury, it has established four remarkable spaces, located in the City, Kensington, Knightsbirdge, and Fulham.
Pavilion’s coworking space Kensington, in particular, stands as a testament to Pavilion’s attentiont to detail, with the space ensuring that every aspect of their members’ working environment is characterised by sophistication and refinement.
Within their spaces, Pavilion offers a range of workspace options, including hot desks, private work pods, private office, high spec one person offices, and a penthouse office suite.
In additional to the exceptional workspaces, Pavilion goes above and beyond to provide its members with an extensive range of first class amenities, fostering productivity, facilitating collaboration, and accommodating meetings of all scales.
Among its notable amenities, Pavilion boast luxorious lounges, high spec workspaces with state of the art technology, fully equipped gym facility, and convenient phone answering and mail sorting services.
Pavilion, Kensington prices:
Hot desk – £275/month
Private office – £1,200/month
2. Tobacco Dock Workspaces, Shoreditch
The Dock coworking space London provides a comprehensive range of workspace options, including hot desks, private offices, and meeting suites. This space presents an inviting atomsphere combining flexibility, stlye, and rustic charm, promoting a sense of relaxation and inspiration amongst the coworkers.
Located within a charming and historically significant grade I listed building, the Dock finds its place in the heart of London’s Tobacco Dock, a thriving centre for arts and events within the city.
Members at the Dock benefits from exclusive pre sale tickets and invitations to the latest gigs and events near the workspace. These additional perks add to the already outstanding community focused facilities.
Unique amenities to The dock include the two onsite bars, one being a rooftop bar, which serve as enjoyable meeting spots for members and visitors alike.
Tobacco Dock Workspace, Shoreditch prices:
Hot desk – £20/day
Dedicated desk – £250/month
3. WeWork, The Monument, Billingsgate
Another great addition to the coworking landscape in London is The Monument, a flagship Wework location.
For those unfamiliar with wework, check out our top coworking companies page. Wework is a renowned company offering an extensive network of coworking spaces on a global scale.
Every wework space is distinguished by its comprehensive range of facilities, with the majority of common amenities offered as standard. Because of this and the fact they have numerous locations in London, it is challenging for us to single out a particular favourite.
Nevertheless, The Monument sets itself apart from its fellow wework spaces by featuring a vast number of distinctive amenities exclusive to its location.
Among the amenities available a The Monument, one highlight is its dog friendly policy, allowing members to bring their furry companions to the workspace. Additionally, the presence of alfresco areas designated for coffee breaks, meetings, and even yoga sessions adds an element of outdoor tranquility to your working experience.
The space even has its own espresso bar, complete with skilled barista.
The Momument stands out as a remarkable wework location, offering a wealth of unique amenties exclusive to its setting.
WeWork, The Monument, Billingsgate prices:
Hot Desk – £450/month
Private Office – starting at £900/month
4. Huckletree, Various London Locations
Huckletree is another remarkable organisation who have mastered the art of creating coworking spaces, with an extensive understanding of the needs and wants of its members.
Huckletree is all about flexibility, allowing their members to adapt their working spaces and time frames in a way that best suits them or their team.
Their membership ranges from their ‘Light’ membership (10 days/month) to unlimited monthly access, to a residency. Not only this, but they also offer private meeting rooms which can be booked by the hour, providing a great location to host a work meeting.
Huckletree not only boasts flexibility but style too, with its effortless yet charismatic layout and design boosting members productivity and creativity.
Huckletree have a number of coworking spaces in London, however, our favourite has to be their West location. Located nearby the White City underground station it is a space dedicated to inspiring creativity and innovation.
Unique Amenities: flexible booking options, basketball and squash courts, urban garden, podcasting booth, meditation yurt
Meeting Room – £35/hour
Hot desk memberships: light – £230/month, unlimited – £325/month, residency – £485/month
Private office/suite – starting at £600/month
5. Soho Works, Shoreditch and White City
From the members club Soho House, Soho Works is the latest extension of the extremely stylish brand, entering the London coworking space market.
Soho House founder, Nick Jones, noticed many of its members began working at its clubs, so decided to create dedicated workspaces for them.
The first Soho Works location was in the same building as Dumbo House (one of its member’s clubs in Brooklyn). Soho Works offer three types of membership, lounge (hot desks), desk (dedicated desks) and office (private offices and suites). Anyone can apply to join, however, Soho House members get priority.
The great thing is, with your membership, you can access any of Soho Works locations across the world. This includes coworking spaces in London, New York, Los Angeles and Hong Kong, with more locations opening soon!
Soho Works encapsulates the exact same elegance that we see in each and every Soho House location worldwide. They have used the same in-house design team in order to create a flawlessly exquisite ambience in which functionality is mixed with a hint of 1970’s glamour.
With more London locations on the horizon and many more globally, freelancers will be flocking to the brands very own work haven.
Unique Amenities: 3D printers, library, photography studio, outdoor terrace, podcast booths
Soho Works membership prices:
Lounge/hot desk – £400/month
Desk/dedicated desk – £550/month
Office/private office – starting from £900/month
Top coworking space London
London has long been the main coworking hub of the UK. It is the fastest-growing city in the world for coworking space. With a new space opening every 5 days on average, that’s crazy!
With hundreds of fantastic spaces to choose from, we think this list finds the best of the best. Showing us how unique and extraordinary some of these coworking spaces in London really are.
The quality of the workspaces and the huge amount of intriguing amenities makes us want to try them all.