It’s not easy for entrepreneurs or small businesses to get off the ground in Hong Kong, where homes are cramped and affordable office space is hard to come by. It is, however, incredibly easy to find a coworking space. With so many options to choose from though, it can be hard to decide which one suits your vibe (and budget). So in no particular order, here are 10 of our most recommended coworking spaces.

Note: All prices below are per person. While we do our best to ensure pricing and hours are correct, information is subject to change at any time.


18 locations across all districts
Open 24/7 for monthly members
Hot desk: From HK$2,250.00/mth; Private office: From HK$2,280.00; Day Coworking Pass: From HK$380.00/day;
Regus website

Sun House in Sheung Wan | Photo by Regus

Regus spaces are bright and inspiring with ergonomically designed offices, coworking environments, business lounges and meeting rooms all on offer to suit both individual and business needs. Located throughout the globe, Regus spaces are also widespread across Hong Kong, with multiple locations on both the Kowloon and Hong Kong Island sides of the harbour.


Suite 1204 Eastern Harbour Centre 28 Hoi Chak St, Quarry Bay
9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday. 24/7 access depending on membership.
Hot desk: From HK$2,250.00/mth; Private office: Packages tailored to requirements; Day coworking pass: From HK$250.00/day (buy 10, get 1 free for HK$2,500.00); Week coworking pass: HK$1,200.00
Banyan website

Probably one of the most beautiful spaces on our list, Banyan Workspace is a lush oasis hidden away in Quarry Bay with luxurious interiors and inspiring views of the waterfront. Banyan offers shared desks, meeting rooms, lounges and private offices with hourly and monthly rates available. Probably one of the most sustainable spaces on our list too, Banyan has been carefully designed to be an eco-friendly environment. It is also committed to exemplifying both a socially and environmentally conscious business model to encourage its members to embrace the same values.

Desk One

Multiple locations; Causeway Bay, Wan Chai, Mong Kok, Tsuen Wan, Sha Tin
11 a.m.–10:30 p.m. for Causeway Bay, Mong Kok, Tsuen Wan branches, 9:30 a.m.–10:30 p.m. for Wan Chai and Sha Tin branches
Hourly: HK$44.00; 3-hour pass: HK$88.00 on weekdays, HK$108.00 on weekends; Day pass: HK$128.00 on weekdays, HK$148.00; Monthly Geek Pass (Mon–Fri only): HK$2,280.00; Monthly Workaholics Pass (Mon–Sun): HK$3,080.00;
Desk One website

Three desks in coworking space in front of window overlooking the city below
Photo by Desk One

To enable guests to “co-work, co-read and co-study” is Desk One’s main mission and by combining the best elements of a library, coworking space, and cafe, they manage to do just that. Fantastic views and hand crafted beverages help to create a tranquil and studious atmosphere. Flexible hourly, daily and monthly pass options make this one of the more popular spaces on our list.

Note: Hourly and day pass rates for the Wan Chai branch are an extra HK$10.00

Mustard Seed

2/F, Emperor Group Centre, 288 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
9 a.m.–6 p.m. for hourly and day passes, 24/7 access for monthly memberships
Hourly: From HK$50.00/hour; Daily hot desk: From HK$250.00/day, Monthly hot desk: From HK$2,000.00/mth; Dedicated desk: From HK$2,500.00/mth; Private office: From HK$3,500.00/mth;
Mustard Seed website

Mustard Seed is located in the heart of Wan Chai, making it another popular option for entrepreneurs and creative types on the HK side. Aiming to be more than just a workspace, Mustard Seed encourages its growing community to be inspired and ‘mind boosted’ by regularly hosting various workshops and seminars.


22/F, 9 Chong Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon
Business hours: 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday
Hot desk: HK$40.00/hour, HK$120.00/day; Fixed desk: HK$1,900.00/mth; Private office: From HK$4,000.00/mth;
WanderLoft website

Wanderloft | Photo by Wanderloft

WanderLoft is the first coworking space in Hong Kong that was designed for designers. Understanding how designers work, this workspace has a focus on architectural and interior design. Wanderloft is growing a community whereby designers from across the industry can come together to share ideas, resources and opportunities with one another.

The Wave

Located in Kwun Tong and Mong Kok
9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, 24/7 access for members
Day pass: HK$128.00/day; Hot desk: HK$2,000.00/mth (Kwun Tong branch only); Fixed desk/workstation: HK$2,500.00/mth; Private office: From HK$3,500.00/mth;
The Wave website

Focusing more on entrepreneurs and SME’s on the Kowloon side, the Wave encompasses coworking spaces, serviced offices, pop up stores, F&B and event spaces all under one roof. Formerly an industrial site, the Wave offers bright and roomy spaces as well as access to networking events and complimentary drinks (yes please!).

The Coffee House

10/F Aberdeen Industrial Building 236, Aberdeen Main Road, Aberdeen
Business hours: 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, 24/7 access for monthly members
Day pass: HK$100.00/day; Fixed desk: HK$3,000.00/mth; Private office: From HK$4,900.00/mth;
The Coffee House website

The Coffee House serves a community of creative types, SME’s and freelancers looking to up their productivity with a good cup of joe. Located in Aberdeen, the Coffee House offers super flexible plans to suit your individual or company requirements and also offers a coffee training space for up-and-coming baristas.

The HQ

2A, Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfield, Kennedy Town
9am to 7pm, Monday to Friday,11am to 6pm on weekends, 24/7 access for members
Day Pass: HK$148.00 on weekdays; Hot desk: From HK$2,680.00/mth; Fixed desk: Standard HK$3,280.00/mth; Private office: From HK$4,280.00/mth;
The HQ website

HQ Cowork interior of the common room
Photo by The HQ Cowork

Located just a two minute walk away from Kennedy Town MTR station, the HQ caters to students, office workers, freelancers and SMEs with a range of flexible price plans. Free snacks and beverages are available for members to fuel productivity. In addition to their range of desk and office spaces, they also have multi purpose event venues available for rent.


Lai Chi Kok (other branches in Sheung Shui, Kwun Tong, Tsim Sha Tsui)
Day pass: HK$100.00/day; Hot desk: HK$1,000.00/mth; Fixed desk: From HK$2,000.00/mth; Private office: From HK$2,900.00/mth;
Coffice website

Operating since 2013, Coffice is now well established in Hong Kong with several locations across Kowloon. Coffice is on a mission to provide its members with comfortable and spacious working environments. They’ve also established a member exchange platform whereby members can find business opportunities, exchange ideas, and also seek entrepreneurial business support.

The Loft

3rd Floor, Tontex Industrial Building, 2-4 Sheung Hei Street, San Po Kong,
Day pass: HK$150.00/day; Hot desk: HK$1,400.00/mth; Fixed desk: From HK$1,800.00/mth; Private office: From HK$4,000.00/mth;
The Loft website

Spread out over 6000 sq.ft, the Loft provides a pseudo-industrial yet comfortable workspace for creative individuals, independent professionals and dynamic startups. Located within walking distance of Diamond Hill MTR station, this fully equipped space offers a variety of temporary and monthly memberships and has created a welcoming community and a relaxed vibe.

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