10 Fun Spaces for Coliving Coworking in Taiwan + Hostels, Hotels & Airbnbs

Taiwan is one of the strings of islands lining the southeast coast of Asia. Whether you’re a city lover or a quiet town enjoyer, you’ll enjoy staying here.

The island is one of the best hidden gems in Asia due to its tropical forests, lively cities, and fantastic food. This is also why many digital nomads flock here.

If you’re planning on visiting the beautiful country soon, check out these fun coliving and coworking spaces in Taiwan.

10 Best Coliving and Coworking Spaces in Taiwan

Hub Hotel— Best Luxury Coliving & Coworking

  • Price: ~$86 per night
  • Location: Taoyuan City, Taiwan
  • Features: Coworking spaces, business center, reading area, beverage bar, wellness center
  • Room Types: Private rooms, shared bathrooms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations:Kaohsiung, Tucheng
  • Ratings: Facebook (4.4 out of 5 – 83 reviews), Booking (8.4 out of 10 – 2,463 reviews), Google (4.1 out of 5 – 767 reviews)

If you’re only planning to be in Taiwan for a short time, this 2-star hotel is ideal. Here, guests can stay in the modern suites per night or by the hour. They even offer a 24-hour front desk and airport shuttle for your traveling convenience.

Hub Hotel is excellent for the coliving traveler that doesn’t want to give up their personal space or comfort. Since it’s a hotel, you can expect private bedrooms with everything you need for your convenience.

Taipei can get quite humid, so having an air conditioner and refrigerator in your space is a saving grace. You can get a room with a shared bathroom or share a standard room with friends instead.

To de-stress, visit the wellness center or nearby bars and restaurants. Breakfast is served buffet-style in the downstairs area to help you start the day the right way.

What we liked: We liked that there is a business center with all the working facilities you need, including a beverage bar.

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Colorful Vintage Style Apt. w/ Workspace + Rooftop Deck— Best Private Studios and Apartments

  • Price: ~$419 per month
  • Location: Taipei, Taiwan
  • Features: Kitchen, laundry room, dining area
  • Room Types: Shared rooms with 3-4 beds, private rooms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Coliving (5 out of 5 – 15 reviews)

This vintage apartment is in Taipei’s Da’an District, famous for its night markets, parks, and museums. One of the more notable ones is the Museum of National Taipei University of Education (MONTUE) which is just a stone’s throw away.

The hostel itself must take inspiration from its surroundings as its full of vibrant colors, from the lobby to the rooms. Shared rooms sleep up to four people and have a kitchenette and dining table to encourage shared meals.

While single and dorm rooms have to share bathrooms, private rooms don’t. Private rooms also have a small seating area and TV for optimal relaxation. However, if you crave human interaction, head to communal spaces like the terrace or lounging area.

What we liked: Each room had a kitchenette and dining area. It is also very well located.

Check Availability | Coliving.com

Single Inn— Best for Short Stay

  • Price: ~$48 per night
  • Location: Taipei, Taiwan
  • Features: Public bath, laundry services, shared lounge, and restaurant
  • Room Types: Shared Rooms (male and female), Single Rooms (male and female)
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: Kaohsiung Station, Panchiao, Linsen
  • Ratings: Facebook (4.7 out of 5 – 263 reviews), Google (4.5 out of 5 – 1, 983 reviews), Booking (8.1 out of 10 – 3, 126 reviews)

Single Inn is a fun and quirky hostel set in the bustling the Banqiao District of Taipei. While modern, it has colorful and graphic decor accents, which ups the playful atmosphere.

Each room is kept simple with a single bed, desk, TV, and private patio. Bathrooms are shared, but guests get complimentary toiletries, slippers, and pajamas. There is a games room and wellness facilities perfect for cooling off after a long day of work.

The on-site restaurant serves Asian cuisine from breakfast to dinner, while the coffee bar offers a great pick-me-up.

What we liked: We liked the colorful yet modern touches that keep the hotel communal spaces fun.

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Trendy Urban Style Apt. w/ Workspace — Best Boutique

  • Price: ~ $419 per month
  • Location: Taipei
  • Features: Kitchenette, Dining areas
  • Room Types: Shared Room, Single Room, Private Room
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Coliving (5 out of 5 – 14 reviews)

Trendy is an apt description of this colorful coliving space in Taipei. The city is one of the best places to live in Asia’s Taiwan for its affordability, ease of access, and quirky coworking spaces like this one.

You can choose between a dorm-style room, a single room, or a private room if you want to splurge. All rooms have air-conditioning, desks, locks, closets, and high-speed wifi. The shared rooms have an added kitchenette and dining area for late-night work sessions with coffee.

The single and private rooms have a mix between a balcony and a kitchenette, so you can choose which space works better for you.

What we liked: The pops of color make the space feel more lively and homely.

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109 Hostel — Best for Sightseeing

  • Price: ~$19 per night
  • Location: Taipei, Taiwan
  • Features: Equipped kitchen, lockers, shared bathrooms, free WiFi
  • Room Types: Shared bedroom with five beds
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Airbnb (4.8 out of 5 – 137 reviews), Booking.com (9.1 out of 10 – 569 reviews), Hostelworld (8.1 out of 10 – 29 reviews), Google (4.8 out of 5 – 618 reviews)

This Airbnb is a youth hostel. It is affordable and close to many Taipei metro stations. This means you can reach almost any corner of the city easily and without breaking the bank.

The hostel offers guests a five-bed shared room with privacy curtains. Each guest also gets a personal locker and storage box nearby to store their personal belongings and luggage. Bathrooms are shared wet rooms with complimentary shampoo and communal hairdryers.

The hostel has a communal kitchen for guests to use as they please. When you’re not cooking or sightseeing the city by railway, there are also ample board games and gaming consoles to entertain yourself.

What we liked: We liked that it’s very accessible and close to public transportation.

Check Availability | Booking.com, Airbnb.com, and Hostelworld.com

Renovated Spacious Modern Apt. w/ Workspace + Rooftop Deck

  • Price: ~$306 per month
  • Location: Taipei City, Taiwan
  • Features: Lounge area, rooftop kitchen, dining area, laundry room
  • Room Types: Shared rooms, single rooms, private rooms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Coliving (5 out of 5 – 25 reviews)

What was once a backpacker hostel in the bustling city center is now a co-living space for all working travelers.

Rooms are a good mix of shared to private rooms, with each area offering big spaces with pockets of privacy. The dorm-style rooms have a kitchenette, air conditioning, and locks to keep your things safe.

Single rooms are similar to dorms but have elevated beds with desks at the bottom to make the most of the space. However, if you need more space, a private room is ideal. These rooms have queen beds, small lounge areas, and a TV.

Go up to the balcony’s rooftop kitchen and dining area to enjoy a relaxing supper or lunchtime break from work. Downstairs is where you’ll find the lounge. This space contains entertainment options like board games, a TV, and a computer.

What we liked: The rooftop kitchen and dining area are great places to relax after work.

Check Availability | Coliving.com

Meander Taipei Hostel

  • Price: ~$100 per night
  • Location: Taipei, Taiwan
  • Features: Laundry facilities, kitchen, lounge area, games room
  • Room Types: Shared rooms
  • Organized Activities: Free city tours
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Facebook (4.8 out of 5 – 225 reviews), Google (4.5 out of 5 – 786 reviews), Booking.com (8.2 out of 10 – 1, 304 reviews), Hostelworld.com (10 out of 10 – 3, 576 reviews)

This vibrant, eco-friendly hostel has modern wood finishes and simple yet stylish rooms. It is the front-running of winning hostels on this list, with seven awards under its belt.

Shared rooms are mixed or female-only, with stylish bunk beds, shared bathrooms, and complimentary toiletries. Choose between the economical option or spacious, comfortable rooms with private bathrooms and city views.

There are no private rooms. Instead, stay in a double or twin room with a friend for more privacy. These come with an open plan bathroom with a bathtub or shower. Some rooms also have a seating area and desk.

What we liked: The stylish wood finishes in the rooms.

Check Availability | Booking.com, and Hostelworld.com

Star Hostel Taipei Main Station

  • Price: ~$100 per night
  • Location: Taipei, Taiwan
  • Features: Lounge, Kitchen
  • Room Types: Shared rooms, single rooms, private rooms
  • Organized Activities: Game nights, movie nights
  • Other Locations: Taipei East
  • Ratings:Google (4.6 out of 5 – 1,395 reviews), Booking.com (9.4 out of 10 – 5, 503 reviews), Hostelworld.com (9.7 out of 10 – 2, 467 reviews)

The first thing you’ll notice about this hostel is its elegance and beauty. The lobby to dorm rooms are adorned in contemporary wooden styles, which add a sense of tranquility. You’ll feel like you’re in a hotel.

The dorms, private and single rooms, are pretty spacious with air conditioning, international sockets, and private kitchens. Dorm rooms also have laundry facilities. Private rooms have the same facilities with added private bathrooms, desks, and TVs.

f you’re looking for community, you’ll find it at this hostel. This includes group activities like game and movie nights, gardening, and complimentary breakfasts.

What we liked: The open communal spaces and complimentary breakfast and morning coffee.

Check Availability | Booking.com, and Hostelworld.com 

Formosa 101

  • Price: ~$52 per night
  • Location: Taipei, Taiwan
  • Features: Laundry facilities, communal Kitchen
  • Room Types: Shared (Mixed), single, private rooms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Facebook (4.9 out of 5 – 108 reviews), Google (4.1 out of 5 – 514 reviews), Booking.com (8.1 out of 10 – 1, 414reviews), Hostelworld (7.7 out of 10 – 1, 038 reviews)

Formosa 101 is ideal for young travelers looking to meet fellow young travelers. Whether in a mixed dorm or a private room, you’re bound to make a few friends along the way here. The communal spaces like the kitchen and lounge are great for socialization.

Instead of bunk beds, beds are set up more like pods for better privacy. Inside your space, you find power sockets, a bed lamp, and a shelf for extra storage. You’ll also get a locker and key to keep your belongings safe in the room.

If you’re hoping for privacy as a single traveler, group of friends, or family, you’ll enjoy the single or private rooms. These are more spacious, with private bathrooms, a desk, and an occasional window view.

What we liked: We like that the hostel offers buffet breakfasts.

Check Availability | Booking.com, and Hostelworld.com 

Austere Modern Styled Apt. w/ Workspace

  • Price: ~$463 per month
  • Location: Taipei City, Taiwan
  • Features: Kitchen, lounge
  • Room Types: Shared Rooms (Mixed), Private Rooms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Coliving (4.9 out of 5 – 18 reviews)

This modern apartment is a short walk from Dongmen Metro Station in the city’s Zhongzheng District. The big space has a lounge, dining area, kitchen, and patio.

Rooms are equally as big whether you choose a shared or private space. Regardless of your room type, you’ll still get a balcony, workspace, air conditioning, and closet. Shared spaces are only for two tenants, so they are ideal for a couple or a pair of friends.

The space has basic kitchen supplies to allow you to prepare your meals. One thing you don’t have to worry about is cleaning up messes. There is a cleaning service that cleans communal spaces twice a week.

What we liked: Modern design with regular cleaning.

Check Availability | Coliving.com

Ready for Your Stay at the Best Coworking Space in Taiwan?

If you weren’t swayed to stay on this beautiful East Asian island before, hopefully, these fun and contemporary hotels, hostels, and Airbnbs have helped change your mind. In the wondrous capital city, anything is possible, from vintage and colorful to modern stays in the heart of the rowdy city.

First time in Asia? Consider Coliving and Coworking in Thailand next.

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