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10 Modern Spaces for Coliving Coworking in the Netherlands + Hostels, Hotels & Airbnbs

The Netherlands is a wonderful country known for its liberal laws, laidback lifestyle, and promoting a healthy work-life balance. It embraces its rich heritage and past while seamlessly blending the modernity of our ever-evolving world.

It’s little wonder then that most people opt to make the Netherlands their home. Whether you’re looking for the best places to live in the Netherlands to make your home temporarily or permanently, here are some of the best coliving & working spaces.

10 Best Coworking & Coliving Spaces in the Netherlands

Apart Hotel Randwyck — Best Luxury Coliving & Coworking

Randwyck Apart Hotel

  • Price: ~ $86 per night
  • Location: Maastricht
  • Features: Temporary art galleries, terrace, garden, meeting facilities
  • Room Types: Standard twin room, business double room
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Google (3.6 out of 5 – 547 reviews) (7.2 out of 10 -1534 reviews)

Sitting opposite the Maastrict Exposition & Congress Centre, this 4-star luxury apart-hotel offers spacious rooms and private bathrooms. It’s also a Green Key certified hotel, so if you’re super environmentally conscious, this is the perfect place for you.

Hotel Randwyck has a dedicated working space with computers, free wifi, a coffee bar, and a library where you can work and be productive while still socializing with other digital nomads.

Apart from this, they have their own restaurant, bar, and common areas where you can connect with others.

What we liked: Great coworking space with all the convenient amenities of a hotel.

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Cityden Bolo District— Best Private Studios and Apartments

Cityden Bolo

  • Price: ~ $189 per night
  • Location: Amsterdam
  • Features: Restaurant, fitness center, free wifi, bar, kitchen, garden
  • Room Types: Superior studio, loft, one bedroom apartments
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Google (4.3 out of 5 – 390 reviews), (8.5 out of 10 – 2780 reviews)

Centrally located near some of Amsterdam’s top attractions, Cityden in the Bolo District offers spacious, modern apartments. You can enjoy the comforts of a home environment with a kitchenette, your own working space, bedroom, and bathroom. Plus, each room has lovely garden views to look out for.

There’s a shared working space at the bottom if you want to be a bit more social. You can also enjoy the amenities of a hotel as there is a 24-hour front desk, restaurant, and bar. You’ll be able to enjoy some fresh air on the terrace and make use of  a fully equipped gym to keep fit during your stay.

What we liked: You get to enjoy your homely space while also being able to take advantage of hotel amenities.

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CityHub Rotterdam— Best Private Shared Spaces

Cityhub Rotterdam

  • Price: ~ $79
  • Location: Rotterdam
  • Features: communal area, personal city guides, shared kitchen, games room
  • Room Types: Individual
  • Organized Activities: Happy hour, city host tours
  • Other Locations: Amsterdam
  • Ratings: Google (4.6 out of 5 -1189 reviews), (9 out of 10 – 4151 reviews)

CityHub is a top choice for many travelers. They’ve taken the idea of a hostel to the next level with their modern individual “hubs”. These hubs are like a compact apartment with a double bed, wifi, audio streaming service, charging station, and controlled lighting.

What’s best is they are completely soundproof and even have shelves and clothing rails for your personal items. Downstairs there are individual lockers to store your extra luggage, a shared working and social space, and a self-service bar.

What we liked: The hubs are pretty spacious, and you can enjoy your privacy at an affordable price.

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Hostelle — Best Coliving for Female Solo Travelers

Hostelle Amsterdam

  • Price: ~ $46 per night
  • Location: Amsterdam
  • Features: common area, library, free lockers, work areas
  • Room Types: Multiple dormitories
  • Organized Activities: Movie nights, social dinners, walking tours, bike tours, game nights
  • Other Locations: Barcelona, London
  • Ratings: (8.5 out of 10 – 3004 reviews), Google (4.5 out of 5 – 836 reviews)

Hostelle is the first and only female-only hostel in Amsterdam, created to provide a safe living space for female travelers. Each room has a different yet exciting theme. Some of Amsterdam’s artists have decorated a few rooms. Each bed has its own shelf and charging station, and rooms come with lockers for storage at no additional cost.

Hostelle is only 15 minutes from the city center, so you’re not too far from the city’s attractions, including the iconic Anne Frank House and Vincent Van Gogh Museum.

What we liked: If you’re a solo female traveler, this is a great space to live and work and connect with other like-minded individuals in a safe environment.

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Meininger Amsterdam City West— Best Budget Coliving & Working

Meininger City West

  • Price: ~ $31 per night
  • Location: Amsterdam West
  • Features: Common area, bar, games area, shared kitchen, free wifi, travel desks
  • Room Types: Mixed dorms, single rooms, double rooms
  • Organized Activities: City tours
  • Other Locations: Amstel, Amsterdam
  • Ratings: Google (4.1 out of 5 – 5489 reviews), (8.1 out of 10 – 4822 reviews)

Situated in the Westpoort District, Meininger is one of two funky hostels in Amsterdam. This funky hostel takes inspiration from iconic artists Vincent Van Gogh. It’s a fun and quirky space that features bright colors and murals.

The rooms are quite simplistic, featuring modern wooden bunks, single and double beds, a work area, and dashes of color. Downstairs there is a common area to hang out, large workstations, a bar, and a kitchen. You can enjoy playing pool and foosball while making new friends in the games area.

What we liked: Meininger is a bright and quirky accommodation different from the usual bland hostel set-up. If you’re a creative, you will enjoy this space.

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Clink Noord

  • Price: ~ $42 per night
  • Location: Amsterdam
  • Features: Social areas, game rooms, library, cafe, kitchen, bar
  • Room Types: Mixed dorms, private rooms
  • Organized Activities: Music evenings
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: (8.1 out of 10 – 6583 reviews), Google (4.4 out of 5 – 7098 reviews)

ClinkNoord is a unique space teeming with creatives and curious travelers. Set in a 1920’s building, it pays homage to its Dutch heritage while blending bright colors and furniture to create a fun, modern space.

You have the choice of comfortable mixed dorms or private rooms. Some of the rooms even have stunning views of the many scenic waterways Amsterdam is known for. There are multiple workspaces that can be turned into a venue for meetings and conferences as well.

When you’re not working, you can hang out at the library, common area, and games rooms. In the evenings, you can hang out in the bar, where you can look forward to live music and drinks.

You’ll also find a large communal kitchen to prepare meals downstairs. There’s also a 24-hour reception desk if you need any assistance with anything.

What we liked: This is a great working and living space in a central part of Amsterdam, where like minded digital nomads can get together and collaborate

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The Student Hotel The Hague

Student Hotel The Hague

  • Price: ~ $112 per night
  • Location: The Hague
  • Features: Restaurant, common lounge, games room, bar, kitchen, communal working space, fitness center
  • Room Types: Deluxe Studio, deluxe queen room
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: (8.1 out of 10 – 1750 reviews), Google (4.2 out of 5 – 1105 reviews)

Situated in the city center of The Hague, this is a trendy coliving and working hotel, especially for traveling students. It features a hip and modern interior with bright, colorful spaces.

The rooms are large and spacious and also include working stations. If you’d like to work in the company of others, there is a good-sized working space downstairs. There are also meeting and conference room facilities for events.

You’ll also find a restaurant, bar, and kitchen with a pizza oven downstairs. Plus, this hotel has a fitness center to help you keep fit during your stay.

What we liked: This is a great luxurious space for young travelers.

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Bunk Boutique Hotel

Bunk Hotel

  • Price: ~ $53 per night
  • Location: Utrecht
  • Features: Restaurant, bar, kitchen, communal working space, lounge areas
  • Room Types: Bunk sleeping pods, shared dorms, single and double rooms
  • Organized Activities: No
  • Other Locations: No
  • Ratings: (8.3 out of 5 – 3102 reviews), Google (4.4.out of 5 – 811 reviews)

This is undoubtedly one of the coolest coliving and working spaces you’ll find in the Netherlands. Once a famous church, it has now been transformed into a hip, urban space for digital nomads to base themselves on.

Bunk offers affordable yet luxury accommodation for everyone. You can opt for one of their bunk pods in a dorm which comes in a single or double bed option. The great thing about these pods is they’re soundproof so that you can get a good night’s rest.

If you’re looking for something more spacious, they’ve got that too, offering double-sized rooms with their own private bathrooms.

Downstairs you’ll find a large, bright, and airy space with wooden floors and hanging plants. It’s divided up into individual and shared workspaces; a hang out lounge, kitchen, restaurant, and bar.

What we liked: Bunk is a wonderful, warm, and inviting space perfect for digital nomads, creators, and travelers.

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Sparks Hostel

Sparks Hostel Rotterdam

  • Price: ~ $38 per night
  • Location: Rotterdam
  • Features: Shared kitchen, bar, free wifi
  • Room Types: Shared dorms, private rooms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: (8.9 out of 10 – 1508 reviews), Google (4.5 out of 5 – 645 reviews)

Sparks is one of the newest hostels in the vibrant city of Rotterdam. It’s pretty simple but features a warm, modern interior, with subtle touches of color throughout.

It has a choice of female and mixed dorm rooms with spacious bunk beds. Each bed comes with a cabinet to keep your clothes and other items. The top bunks can usually be closed with a sliding door, perfect for keeping out any unwanted noise.

There are also spacious private rooms that come with their own tv, relaxation area and separate working area. Downstairs there’s a small kitchen and communal space. The communal area is split up into working stations and relaxation areas where you can relax and play board games. And, there’s a lovely garden area where you can sit outside to enjoy some fresh air and sun.

What we liked: This hostel is centrally located and close to most of Rotterdam’s tourist spots.

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Beach House with Seaview

Beach House Zandvoort

  • Location: Zandvoort
  • Features: kitchen, lounge area, wifi, outdoor area
  • Room Types: One-bedroom apartment
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Airbnb (4.97 out 5 – 62 reviews)

If you’re a beach lover, then this is the perfect property. This modern house is right opposite the beach in Zandvoort, less than an hour from Amsterdam. This modern beach house has breathtaking views of the sea and makes for a perfect base to enjoy working from home.

There’s a fully equipped kitchen, a comfortable king-sized bed, a lovely terrace with beach chairs, and an outdoor dining table.

What we liked: The calming location makes it the perfect place to work in a relaxed environment.

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Stay at the Best Coworking Space in the Netherlands

Well, there you have it! The ten best coliving and working spaces in the Netherlands. From futuristic living pods and hubs to comfy shared dorms to spacious private rooms, there’s something for everyone and every budget.

Coliving and working in the Netherlands provides you with the perfect base to meet other like minded digital nomads. Why not look at some of the other best cities to live in Europe if you’re looking for a new adventure?


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