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10 Cool Spaces for Coliving Coworking Mexico – Hostels, Hotels & Airbnbs

Mexico is an amazing country with music and color around every corner, and the best neighborhoods are also super affordable. The country is a digital nomad’s dream travel-work destination. It’s no wonder so many have decided to live in Mexico permanently.

Okay, everyone likes what they like, and everyone is unique – you want a space that’ll suit you, and rightly so! When work AND travel are top of your priority list, compromising on comforts isn’t something you want to do.

That’s why this guide to the best spaces for coliving and coworking in Mexico is excellent to help you narrow down some options and find what it is you’re looking for.

10 Best Coworking & Coliving Spaces in Mexico

Outsite Beach Villa — Best Luxury Coliving & Coworking

outsite rooftop pool

  • Price: ~$3,011.19 per month
  • Location: Tulum Beach
  • Features: Fast WiFi, coworking spaces, BBQ & outside terrace, kitchen, aircon, swimming pool
  • Room Types: Private bedrooms with en-suite
  • Organized Activities: Workshops, meditation classes, surfing, cultural excursions
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: (5 out of 5 – 43 reviews)

Nestled in Tulum’s lush jungle, you’ll find stunning designs of wood, rope, and cement set side by side in an extended, narrow beach neighborhood. This rustic and minimal yet modern coliving-coworking space is for the location-flexible professional looking for luxury and complete relaxation.

With 16 private suites in two separate buildings spread over two floors, the terraces and rooms enjoy views of beautiful greenery. A stunning beach is accessible from the villa, and you can relax and unwind at the rooftop pool with stunning views of the jungle.

Solid, reliable WiFi and coworking spaces will have you super productive in a matter of minutes.

What we liked: Being so close to one of the most beautiful beaches in Mexico.

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Avenida Baja — Best Private Studios and Apartments

Avenida Baja pool and courtyard

  • Price: ~$224,97 per day
  • Location: Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico
  • Features: Coworking lounge, pool, jacuzzi, and outdoor spaces
  • Room Types: 5 individual apartments
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Airbnb (4.8 out of 5 – 15 reviews), Google (4.4 out of 5 – 5 reviews)

The Digital Nomad was the main focus while creating the beautifully private, specifically tailored location known as Avenida Baja. Providing five unique studios, each with a fully equipped kitchen, super-fast WiFi, and all you need to plug in, unplug, and take in the beauty of southern Baja, Mexico.

Along with a pool, jacuzzi, and numerous rooftop terraces and outdoor spaces, the common area has a coworking space with a lounge, communal kitchen, huge conference table, and office space – Allowing you to step out of the privacy of your one-bedroom/studio and into a coworking dream hub.

It’s the best of both worlds for those who enjoy a little extra privacy, peace, and quiet – but crave that coworking/coliving vibe too.

What we liked: The ability to enjoy the coworking spaces, some extra privacy, and the hot tub.

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Selina Playa del Carmen — Best Beach Hostel

selina playa del carmen coworking spaces

  • Price: ~$29 per night (shared rooms); $121 per night (suit)
  • Location: Centro, Playa del Carmen
  • Features: WiFi, wellness area, coworking spaces, meeting room, hot desks, shared kitchen, swimming pool, garden, spa, pet-friendly, movie room, bar
  • Room Types: A standard room, sleeping two; a shared room sleeping 20 in bunks; private shared consisting of 4 micro rooms sharing a bathroom; 3 private rooms and 2 private plus, with an en-suite
  • Organized Activities: Hatha yoga, morning meditation, breathwork classes, Latin night, mandala night, game night, language exchange, karaoke night
  • Other Locations: Downtown Mexico City
  • Ratings: (7.6 out of 10 – 872 reviews), Google (4.3 out of 5 – 1185 reviews)

Only a 1-minute walk from the beach, this is the perfect work meets relaxation spot for beach lovers. Sip on a piña colada by the pool, bury your nose into a good book at the beach, or head to the restaurant serving authentic local dishes.

Between exploring this stunning destination, stop by to check your email, or catch up with clients — speedy WiFi means you’ll never be let down. With daily, weekly, and monthly passes, giving you access to all the coworking facilities available, there’s something for every type of remote professional.

What we liked: The fun activities at night make for an enjoyable time.

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U-Co Juarez

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Image on U-Co Juarez Facebook Page

  • Price: ~$549 per month
  • Location: Calle Liverpool, Juárez, Mexico City
  • Features: Fast WiFi, coworking spaces, shared kitchen, chill-out room, Netflix, washer/dryer, private phone cabins,
  • Room Types: 4 or 2-bed Mixed-gender dorm, 4-bed female-only dorm, standard rooms with shared bathroom, 4 private rooms with en-suite
  • Organized Activities: Community meals, Game nights, Movie nights
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Hostelworld (9.2 out of 10 – 239 reviews), (4.9 out of 5 – 18 reviews)

U-Co is a cutting-edge way of living where being on the go is the way of life. This space offers you the chance to travel, socialize, and experience life to the fullest.

The post-COVID private capsules, which come in four sets, are made to fit one person comfortably. They come with a private door, their own light, shelf, outlet, and lockable drawer.

Since they’re super eco-friendly, they provide you with the basics like shampoo, soap, and lotion — including detergent for your clothes. The aim: try to reduce single-use plastics.

Workspaces consist of high-speed internet (fiber), so you don’t have to worry about missing a meeting or your connection dropping. Work desks, private phone cabins, a meeting room, an open kitchen, and a lounge area – perfect for kicking back and unwinding post-meeting.

What we liked: The sleeping pods! They’re HUGE. The location is also perfect for exploring Mexico City

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El Depa de Juana

el depa de juana rooftop area

  • Price: ~$409 per month
  • Location: De Los Misterios
  • Features: Chill-out area, multiple outdoor spaces, rooftop deck BBQ, coworking areas, washer/dryers, kitchen, fast WiFi
  • Room Types: Private single, private queen
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: (5 out of 5 – 3 reviews), Google (3.3 out of 5 – 5 reviews)

Warmly welcoming visitors from diverse professional and cultural backgrounds. You’ll always find friends here, whether you’re an extrovert or an introvert, someone who likes to burn the midnight oil or someone who simply loves taking it easy.

Just two blocks away from La Basilica de Guadalupe, a famous church in Mexico City, and a 10-minute trip from the heart of the city center – this location is perfect for digital nomads looking to work and explore the sights.

What we liked: The fantastic views from the rooftop deck and industrial decor throughout.

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U-Co Roma

u-co roma bunkbed pods

Image on U-Co Facebook page

  • Price: ~$42 per night
  • Location: Colonia Roma Norte, Mexico City
  • Features: WiFi, coworking spaces, communal kitchen, tours and travel desk, outdoor terrace, housekeeping
  • Room Types: Shared rooms with individual capsules, private rooms, ensuite rooms
  • Organized Activities: Tours and travel desk
  • Other Locations: Juarez, Cuauhtémoc, Guadalajara, Mexico
  • Ratings:com (9.4 out of 10 – 5 reviews)

When it comes to coliving and coworking spaces, it can be tough finding a space that has short stay options. Let’s face it; you do get the most out of coliving/coworking when you stay a bit longer. However, when you don’t have a choice and a short stay is all you can do, finding a place to mingle and work with like-minded people is excellent.

This beautiful coliving and coworking space is located at Colonia Roma Norte, the trendiest neighborhood of Mexico City – perfect for travelers trying to fit loads in, in a short time.

As you enjoy your time in the city, you’ll feel at home while you use the big rooms with everything you’ll need to live and work comfortably. With work desk spaces, an open kitchen, and a lounging area – you’ll lack nothing here.

What we liked: The quiet and calm atmosphere, minimalist decor, and ideal location.

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Outsite Mexico City

outsite mexico city private room with balcony

  • Price: ~$1786 per month
  • Location: Colonia Napoles, Mexico City
  • Features: Well-equipped kitchen, WiFi, coworking workspaces, desks in all rooms, outdoor spaces, rooftop terrace
  • Room Types: 12 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms
  • Organized Activities: Fitness classes, meditation classes, cultural excursions, parties, and gatherings
  • Other Locations: Tulum Beach
  • Ratings: Facebook (4.6 out of 5 – 87 reviews), Google (3.6 out of 5 – 5 reviews), (5 out of 5 – 22 reviews)

You’ll find this gem of a home in a quiet area of Mexico City’s sprawling metropolis. Ash tree canopies provide shade for the Colonial Revival houses, cafes, and restaurants that line the streets.

With only 12 rooms, all private and all with en-suite bathrooms, this quiet and sophisticated mansion is both fashionable in design and ideally located — suited for all types of remote professionals.

From Colonia Nápoles, it’s quick and straightforward to travel to Roma, the old historic district, and Chapultepec Park – home to nine museums, two lakes, the Chapultepec Castle, and much more. Perfect for those with a keen eye for the beautiful lush things in life.

What we liked: The multiple communal spaces (in- and outdoor) that are filled with natural sunlight.

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Selina Mexico City Downtown

selina mexico city communal area

  • Price: ~$45 per day
  • Location: Mexico City Downtown
  • Features: Coworking spaces, WiFi, shared kitchens, spa, art gallery, bar, library, restaurant
  • Room Types: Shared 20/16/14/12-bed community rooms, 12-bed female community room, private-shared room sleeping two, four private rooms sleeping two-four people, a private plus apartment (for one), and four private plus rooms with en-suite.
  • Organized Activities: Sightseeing, volunteering, live music
  • Other Locations: Tulum
  • Ratings: Facebook (4.1 out of 5 – 118 reviews), Google (4.2 out of 5 – 1541 reviews), (7.8 out of 10 – 981 reviews), (8.3 out of 10 – 1000 reviews)

Situated at the heart of the action, this is the perfect base to explore all this fast-paced capital has to offer. On-site, you’ll enjoy a bar, restaurant, and an art hub – home to live music acts, exhibitions, and other cultural events.

Only a quick walk from the major landmarks, this is a sightseer’s dream location. What’s better is you can catch glimpses of ancient Aztec ruins from your bedroom.

After a day of sightseeing and taking in all that Mexico City has to offer, you can return to this playground of opportunities to meet new people, chill out at the bar, settle into a good book at the library, or kick back in the movie room and enjoy a film.

The downtown working space also has it all, from meeting rooms to daily hotdesks. At the Selina Downtown, you can also book your own dedicated desk for an entire month, starting at $145. Enjoy a variety of spaces to meet new clients or comfortably take your private calls.

What we liked: The awesome common rooms to chill in and the fantastic views from the room.

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Leveli Coliving

leveli coliving shared kitchen space

  • Price: ~$400 per month (mixed dorm)/ $1300 per month (private room)
  • Location: Guadalajara, Mexico
  • Features: Coworking areas, outdoor spaces, WiFi, well-equipped kitchen, washing/drying facilities, air conditioning, complimentary breakfast
  • Room Types: Mixed dorms, deluxe double rooms, deluxe rooms with balconies
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: (10 out of 10 – 8 reviews), Google (4.9 out of 5 – 22 reviews), (9.9 out of 10 – 33 reviews)

Great vibes, friendly people, well-equipped rooms, kitchen, and common spaces will have you settled and ready to dive into the perfect coliving-coworking long-stay experience immediately.

Just 550 yards from Expiatorio Temple, 1.6 miles from Cabanas Cultural Institute, 3.1 miles from Jalisco Stadium, and 5 miles from Guadalajara Zoo. This is the perfect location for slowly taking in all that the second-biggest city in Mexico has to offer.

What we liked: The staff is incredible, always making you feel welcome, the location is perfect, close to many activities, restaurants, and interesting places.

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Joint Coworking Hotel and Cowork

joint coworking hotel desks

  • Price: ~$3942 per month
  • Location: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  • Features: Fitness center, spa and wellness center, coworking spaces, WiFi, table tennis, air-conditioned rooms, hot tub
  • Room Types: Private rooms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Facebook (5 out of 5 – 1 reviews), Google (3.8 out of 5 – 52 reviews), (8.8 out of 10 – 183 reviews)

A fitness center, a communal lounge, and a patio are available in Puerto Vallarta’s adult-only coworking hotel. The area is known for its beaches, water sports, and abundant beauty – ideal for the fitness-loving, remote worker on the move.

In addition to hiking and cycling in the neighborhood, Joint Coworking Hotel and Cowork offers table tennis and a hut tub.

This spot has also been rated very popular amongst solo travelers, with loads of opportunities to meet new people and catch up on some work in the business center.

What we liked: River views and the well-equipped gym.

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Stay at the Best Coworking Space in Mexico

Mexico’s world-class beaches and dynamic culture aside, this exceptionally well-known tourist destination has a growing coworking community with a wide variety of cafés and shared spaces that welcome all remote workers.

You can be confident that the above-mentioned coworking and coliving options will offer you the conveniences and comforts you require for business and pleasure.

Never worked abroad before? Click through to this guide to planning your first workcation.

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