Desk Views: Co-Working Spaces Around The Globe

For some, when  “Out Of Office” is turned on, you’re 100% checked out. If you’re like me, it’s not that simple. Not hating on hotel lobby’s with burnt coffee and putrid furniture selections, but I need to checkin from time to time – and it’s nice to do it in a space that helps me be efficient.

Below is a list of places that not only look stunning, but give you that extra “oomph” while you’re chilling beach-side…or galavanting around some foreign country, stuffing your face, drowning in espresso from local coffee shops, or [insert favorite travel activity.]

Vallarta CoWork

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Vallarta CoWork

Conveniently located where Downtown meets Old Town in Puerto Vallarta, you can find entrepreneurs, business owners, or those just needing a place fast internet and cold AC cranking out quality work. When you’re working hard, you tend to build up an appetite. Vallarta CoWork is located within steps of most of the popular bars and restaurants that Puerto Vallarta has to offer.


  • Fast 100MB internet
  • Blistering Cold AC
  • Sister Airbnb property so you can maximize your stay and co working environment
  • On-site activations and presentations from Vallarta CoWork members and guests
  • Event space for up to 50 people
  • Rates for:
    • Daily
    • Weekly
    • Half Month
    • Full Month
  • Plenty More

Oh, and dibs on the hammock. Check them out:

The Pioneer Collective

Seattle, Washington

The Pioneer Collective

If you know Seattle, you know both the Stadium District and Pioneer Square. The Pioneer Collective can be right smack dab in the middle of this public transit mecca. This space is for those who love buildings with historic charm, you will enjoy the huge open seating areas, exposed brick, charging stations, and natural light throughout. One of the most appealing attributes to The Pioneer Collective is the people. As one of the largest co working spaces in the world, it attracts a large sum of its members from across the globe – making it a unique experience for networking unlike any other.


  • Drop in for just a day
  • Trial week available (this is a huge try before you buy perk)
  • 500/500mbps wifi
  • Kitchen / Lounge areas
  • On-site printing
  • Guest passes
  • On-site gym
  • Plenty more

Think about how much work you can get done with all that natural light. Check them out for more:

Ministry of New

Mumbai, India

Ministry of New CoWorking

If you’re looking for a stunning space to get some work done, Ministry of New will not disappoint. With 2200 square feet of natural light, common areas, team rooms, and an indoor-outdoor courtyard, this co-working space doesn’t lack much when it comes to an offering. Inside of this co working space, you will also find an on-site and fully operational cafe called Café Monday, packed with delicious food and beverage options to keep you fueled. But what stands out to us the most about Ministry of New, is the “Library” – a beautiful common area lined with couches, chairs, and a hanging swing, making it perfect for networking and collaboration sessions.


  • International community of members
  • Exclusive events
  • Complimentary coffee and tea
  • High speed internet
  • On-site printing
  • Full-time technical support (this is a mega perk)
  • Membership Tiers
    • Part Time
    • Hourly
    • Full Time
    • Team
    • Guest

You could find me spending most of my time in the Library, no doubt. Check them out for more:


Bali, Indonesia

Hubud Bali Indonesia

A lot of people look for spaces that can help their personal businesses thrive; and rightfully so, co working spaces are designed to help people achieve these goals. Hubud is different. This is the co working space that gives back. You can definitely come here to crank out some work but Hubud markets “CoGiving” as one of it’s 4 tiers of offerings. They allow individuals to create opportunities to help local businesses and families thrive through on-site events.

Participants chose to go beyond being a “digital nomad” and step into the dynamic role of interconnected team member—whether their stay is short or lasting. ” – Hubud


  • Hourly access
  • Event access
  • On-site living
  • On-site storage
  • Meeting rooms & Skype rooms
  • Access to partner co working spaces
  • Many more!

One of the coolest things about Hubud is you don’t have to even be in Bali to get the perks of being a member. They offer digital memberships that give you access to digital networking sessions, skill-sharing, and most importantly – staying connected.

Check them out for more:

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