7 of the Best Coworking Spaces in Warsaw

by Paul Joseph  |  Published July 11, 2023

Warsaw has firmly joined the ranks of cities across the world featuring a wide choice of coworking spaces offering everything from casual hotdesking through to dedicated offices.

(Photo: Mindspace)

Teeming with history, the Polish capital attracts large numbers of visitors each year, including many who come to stay – and sometimes work – for more extended periods. For the latter, the city’s array of coworking spaces offer transient workers settings that are designed to maximise your efficiency and help you meet and work alongside like-minded folk on a daily basis. We’ve picked out 10 of the best coworking spaces in Warsaw.


Mindspace prides itself on its prime locations, offering upscale, uniquely-designed coworking environments featuring local artists and an aesthetic in keeping with the local culture. The company’s two Warsaw coworking spaces both live up to this billing: one situated within the exclusive 42-floor Skyliner building, with phenomenal city views; and the other the beautiful and historic Hala Koszyki, located in the heart of the city and offering on-site barista services. Membership pricing for the venues’ open spaces starts at €290 per month, or for less regular use you can also choose from a range of multi-day or single-day passes. On-site amenities include meeting rooms, private phone booths, and a kitchen and lounge area.

Two venues across Warsaw / www.mindspace.me


(Photo: Noa Cowork)

With two venues across Warsaw, Noa prides itself on combining the comforts of a private house and the amenities of a well-equipped office. Coworking rates start at €124 per month for unlimited 24/7 monthly coworking, or there are cheaper packages for limited access, plus day passes for €18 per day. You can also use the space on an hourly basis for €2.25 per hour. All members gain access to desks and comfortable ergonomic office chairs, as well as high-speed WiFi, printing and scanning equipment, a break room, a fully-equipped office kitchen, business advice sessions, networking events, and weekly morning breakfasts.

Two venues across Warsaw / www.noacowork.pl


(Photo: Spaces)

A major name in coworking circles internationally, Spaces have three venues dotted across Warsaw, each offering a large selection of designer desks, tables and sofas. There are a wide choice of flexible membership packages available, with pricing starting at €162 per month for unlimited space access, or for less frequent users you can pay €98 for 10 days a month access, or €70 for 5 days a month. On-site amenities include breakout areas, meeting rooms, parking spots, a rooftop terrace and bicycle storage. There are also regular social and networking events.

Venues across Warsaw / www.spacesworks.com


Another renowned coworking operator, Regus have a large presence in Warsaw, with each of their 17 venues offering a choice of hot desks, permanent desks and private offices. Membership includes access to facilities such as printers, scanners and photocopiers, plus invites to networking and social events. Contracts are available on a monthly rolling basis, or you can ease your payments by locking into a long-term contract. Coworking prices vary by location, but start at £135 per month for full-time access to their Equator II location, part of a prestigious office complex where members can enjoy use of a lounge area and an on-site restaurant. Five or ten-day-a-month packages are also available for cheaper rates.

Venues across Warsaw / www.regus.com

Tu Lubię

(Photo: Tu Lubię)

Spread across two houses on the same street close to the city centre, one with offices only and the other with the addition of a coworking space and meeting room, Tu Lubię have gained a strong reputation among Warsaw’s coworking community. Flexible coworking membership starts at €170 per month for unlimited hotdesking, or you can pay €135 per month for 12 days access or €112 for 8 days. Available to all members are ergonomic swivel chairs, scanning/copying equipment, lockable cabinets, a spacious reception, a pretty garden area, and a balcony for some fresh air.

Genewska 6 / www.tulubie.pl

Gold Place

(Photo: Gold Place)

Enjoying a prime position in the heart of central Warsaw, Gold Place’s coworking venue boasts modern design and a creative atmosphere. Offering 24/7 access, members can either commit to all- hours hotdesking for €112 per month, or pay by the hour for use of the creative common space for around €3 per hour. Everyone who uses the space can benefit from a reception service, use of a relaxation area, air-conditioning, high-spec office furniture, printing and scanning, teas and coffees, a locker cabinet, and a wardrobe.

al. Jana Pawła II 27 / www.goldplace.eu


Located in central Warsaw, HubHub provides full spectrum of work space solutions that are designed to enhance your productivity, collaborative and networking skills. Flexible desk membership start at €158 per month, which includes 24/7 venue access, use of meeting rooms, lockers to store your gear and gym clothes, secure bike parking zones, showers, and complimentary coffees, teas and snacks. All members also gain access to a regular programme of community events including breakfasts, lunches and networking sessions.

Aleje Jerozolimskie 93 / www.hubhub.com