12 of the Best Coworking Spaces in Amsterdam

by Paul Joseph  |  Updated March 31, 2022

Amsterdam is now a major player in the co-working sector, with a growing number of communal work spaces popping up across the city.

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Renowned the world over for its exceptional arts museums, Amsterdam is also a vibrant hub of creativity when it comes to entrepreneurship and innovation. In recent decades, the city has given birth to an ever-growing workforce of young, forward-thinking influencers who sit on the cutting edge of art, design and culture. At the heart of this trend has been a burgeoning coworking scene, popular with locals and transient visitors alike. To help you find the right Amsterdam co-working space for your needs, we’ve picked out 12 of the best, ordered by closest distance to the city centre.


A world renowned coworking operator, Regus have multiple venues scattered across the length and breadth of Amsterdam. Many of them boast dedicated business lounges, making them popular with business travellers requiring somewhere to host on-site meetings, and there are custom Business Plan memberships that include unlimited access to any Regus business lounge starting at €95 per month. All Regus venues also offer open-plan spaces or shared offices, with hotdesking prices starting at €100 per month for 5 days a week access, rising to €235 for unlimited use. All membership packages include access to amenities and facilities including printers, scanners and photocopiers, plus invites to regular networking and community events. Contracts are available on a monthly rolling basis, or you can ease your monthly payments by locking into a long-term contract up to 24 months.

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Mindspace’s Amsterdam venues are open 24/7 and offer monthly flexible membership plans with options for use of either a private office or a shared creative workspace. Services and amenities include bike storage, a soda and coffee bar, showers, and regular events such as lectures, workshops, happy hours, and yoga sessions. Dedicated community managers are on hand to help with any problems or enquiries at all times. Eclectic art and other stylish design features are scattered throughout the spaces, adding to the atmosphere of creativity, while the design of the spaces, which incorporates clear-glass doors and walls, evokes a sense of openness. Membership with desk access starts at €320 per month, and there are also Mindpasses, a daily access pass that allows you to work from Mindspace on an on-demand basis, starting at €30 for a single day. All members also get access to work from any Mindspace location across Europe, Israel and the U.S.

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Situated next door to Amsterdam’s famous Vondelpark, away from the bustle of the city centre, CreativeGrounds combines an idyllic location with a close-knit community of professionals. Indeed, so determined are the owners to maintain this sense of community that only members are allowed, with no day passes available. Connection, creativity and play at the heart of everything they do, with those who use the space invited to treat it not just as a place to work, but also somewhere to relax, unwind, socialise, interact and engage at their leisure. The venue is open 24/7 and membership starts at €225 per month for flexible hotdesking, with a 3-month notice period. Services and amenities include meeting rooms, complimentary coffee/tea, and on-site parking. The space also hosts regular events including dinners, workshops, documentary nights, and even overseas ‘workations’ in exotic location such as Ibiza.

Emmalaan 7 /


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StartDock offers flexible contracts and day passes, so whether you need to use the space for a day, a week, or a couple of days a week or month, they can accommodate you. Open 24/7, their venues have flexi desks in shared spaces, with free coffee, tea and high speed internet. Weekly membership for flexible desk access start at €69. In keeping with StartDock’s philosophy of inclusivity, they encourage all workers to gather together for an hour each day for lunch. There are also quarterly themed parties and every working week ends with relaxed drinks on Friday afternoon.

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Housed within a beautiful old and fully restored factory building, with the green expanse of Vondelpark on its doorstep, BounceSpace is one of Amsterdam’s most unique co-working spaces. Accessed via a ground floor with shops, a hairdresser and espresso bar, the venue features a bright and fully renovated members-only workspace, where a diverse mix of freelancers, startups and enterprises work amid a buzzing but productive atmosphere. There are a choice of flexible work areas and personal desks, with membership starting at €129 per month for the former. Flexible memberships can run for as little as a month, with no long-term rent contracts required.

Overtoom 141 /

Hackers & Founders

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Billed as the largest community of technology entrepreneurs and developers in Holland, this unique non-profit space in the heart of Amsterdam plays host to a large number of young and ambitious tech startups. For individual workers, dedicated desks are available for €350 per month – with two-month’s notice and a one-month security deposit – which entitle you to a desk, chair, lockable cabinet, coffee, and meeting room and kitchen access. Other on-site facilities include superfast internet and a south-facing garden that’s regularly used for meetings, lunches and BBQs.

Lizzy Ansinghstraat 163 /


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Located under the tracks of Centraal Station at the end of Tussen de Bogen’s unique row of independent ateliers, workshops, offices and creative spaces, Workspace 6 prides itself on its fostering of an environment that encourages innovation, diverse ideas and collaboration. The space is used by entrepreneurs, startups, freelancers, corporates and artists, with amenities including unlimited coffee and tea, a kitchen with a microwave, printing, various meeting rooms, and 24-hour access. Membership starts at €300 per month for a dedicated desk, or you can book on an ad hoc basis through the Croissant co-working app. Vintage art, a bicycle collection and a band room with guitar amps, keyboard, and drums add to the hipster vibes.

Tussen de Bogen 6 /

A Lab

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Set within a large building, A Lab’s coworking space plays host to a diverse mix of creatives, technologists, social entrepreneurs and catalyze labs. Spread across some 40 Lab Spaces, there’s room for almost 300 people, with flex desks, fixed desks and team spaces all available, as well as day passes. Amenities include 24/7 access, use of communal kitchen & supplies, print access, high speed WIFI, and reduced rates for meeting rooms or workshop/event space rentals. Flex membership provides unlimited access and starts at €99 for the first three months, rising to €145 per month after that. Alternatively, for more flexible access, Connect Membership costs €30 per month (or €240 per year) for two days a month use of the space.

Overhoeksplein 2 /


This creative co-working space in Amsterdam-West features a total of eight work stations, a well-equipped kitchen and a meeting room. The space offers membership packages starting at €300 per month, with one month’s notice period required to get out of your contract. As well as desk use, membership affords you a wide number of perks and benefits, including conference room access, coffee & tea-making facilities, shelf space, cleaning services, 24/7 self-access, high speed internet and printing facilities.

Chasséstraat 22H /

TSH CollabHome Amsterdam West

Self-styled as a fully integrated co-living and co-working world, TSH Collab Amsterdam is situated in the heart of the city and combines the amenities of a hotel with a fully equipped and perpetually busy working space. Popular with students, travellers, mobile entrepreneurs, and professionals, the dual purpose venue offers flexible desks from €99 per month (or €20 for a day pass), giving you access to a hot desk, use of the gym and lobby area, free tea and coffee, and the venue’s busy programme of events. The notice period for membership is one month.

Wibautstraat 131D /

B. Amsterdam

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Spread across three separate buildings, B. Amsterdam is the biggest startup ecosystem in Europe. Within its vast confines is a creative workspace where startups, self-employed creatives and corporates come to work, learn and grow. The space can accommodate those who only need a work space for a day or a week as well as those looking for a more regular or long-term commitment. Membership start at €90 per month for use of the space for 5 days each month and there are discounts on food and beverages, as well as parking. Members also get use of facilities including an event space, a meeting room, two lounges, a gym, a cinema, fresh daily lunches, and a rooftop restaurant overlooking Amsterdam.

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Trashure Studio

Situated in the creative hub of Amsterdam Noord, and under the roof of a former steam engine factory, Trashure is a tranquil place to work, create, be inspired and meet like-minded people. Defined by its inviting atmosphere and minimalist aesthetic that pays homage to the industrial architecture of the refurbished factory, the studio offers work spaces split across two levels. You can choose to work from the sun-drenched first floor with its unique view over the river, or nab a seat in the cosy nook upstairs. Whether you’re visiting for a day, week, or longer, all members gain access to unlimited printing/scanning, specialty coffee and teas, meeting rooms, a roof terrace, and a well-equipped kitchen. Flexible memberships are paid month-to-month, with no lock-in period or deposit. Rates start at €210 per month for part-time access, rising to €310 per month for full-time access. Day passes are also available for €27.50 per day.

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