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10 Inviting Spaces for Coliving Coworking in Vietnam + Hostels, Hotels & Airbnbs

Looking for the best spaces for coliving and coworking in Vietnam? This country in Southeast Asia is brimming with temples, pagodas, and bustling cities. You’ll also find some of the best and most affordable street food in the world.

With so much to see and do, you’ll want an affordable stay that will accommodate your digital nomad lifestyle and won’t break the bank. We’ve handpicked some of the top coliving and coworking spaces Vietnam has to offer — many of which are situated in Vietnam’s best places to visit.

So let’s jump right in!

10 Best Coworking & Coliving Spaces in Vietnam

The Memory — Best Luxury Coliving & Coworking

The Memory Da Nang Vietnam colivingImage from The Memory Danang on Facebook.com

  • Price: ~$15 per night
  • Location: Da Nang
  • Features: Breakfast included, Wi-Fi, on-site restaurant, free parking, free bikes, bar, terrace, rooms service, currency exchange, air-conditioning, paid airport shuttle
  • Room Types: Double, twin, and 3-bed private en-suites and 4-bed mixed and women-only dorm rooms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Google (4.6 out of 5 – 84 reviews), Hostelworld (4.7 out of 5 – 96 reviews), Booking.com (4.7 out of 5 – 158 reviews)

This luxury hostel is an absolute dream for architecture lovers, with its winding staircase and curved rooms that mimic the flow of waves and wind.

This hostel is within walking distance from the idyllic, blue My Khe Beach, which is perfect for cooling down and watching the sunset. The room options range from private rooms to 4-bed dorms — all beautifully designed with calming, minimalist decor.

Enjoy a complimentary continental or à la carte breakfast at the on-site restaurant before heading to attractions like the Love Lock Bridge and the Cham Sculpture Museum. Wind off your day with some work or take a soothing soak in the spa-style baths.

What we liked: We loved the proximity to the beach and found the breakfast delectable.

Check Availability | Hostelworld.com and Booking.com

Wanderlust Hostel — Best Beach Hostel

Wanderlust Hostel Vietnam

  • Price: ~$8 per night
  • Location: An Bang, Hoi An
  • Features: Pool, restaurant, bar, Wi-Fi, vegan menu options, pool table, air-conditioning, terrace, garden, scooter and motorbike rentals, laundry facilities
  • Room Types: Private ensuites, 6- and 8-bed mixed dorms
  • Organized Activities: Weekly free dinner, street food tours, beach bonfire
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Hostelworld (4.9 out of 5 – 135 reviews), Google (4.8 out of 5 – 45 reviews)

The Wanderlust Hostel is all about the small details that’ll add to your comfort. This can be seen in their vibrant decor, green spaces, and vegan-friendly, healthy menu.

Fuel up and enjoy the sunshine with a healthy meal at the poolside bar and restaurant or take a guided food tour to explore nearby food spots. You’ll also get to know your roomies over a game of pool or at the weekly free dinners.

There are plenty of quiet spaces where you can set up and get some work done. Once you have the serious stuff covered, you can explore the attractions nearby. These include the nearby beach, Hoi An Historic Museum, and Museum of Trade Ceramics. They’re best reached with a rentable motorbike.

What we liked: The hostel has a vibrant and calming atmosphere that’s great for socializing and working.

Check Availability | Hostelworld.com and Booking.com

Old Quarter Duplex — Best Private Studios and Apartments

Duplex in Vietnam Old Quarter

  • Price: ~$28 per night
  • Location: Ha Noi
  • Features: Pet-friendly, self check-in, air-conditioning, Netflix, fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, work desk, Wi-Fi
  • Room Types: 2-bedroom loft apartment
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Airbnb (4.68 out of 5 – 128 reviews)

This beautifully modern apartment is perfect if you’re traveling as a family or with a group of friends. It is situated in the heart of Hanoi Old Quarter, so you’ll be within walking distance of sights and attractions like the Dong Xuan Market.

The apartment features two spacious bedrooms, a small kitchen, laundry facilities, and a quaint porch that is perfect for enjoying the sunset. There are also desks in the rooms so you can keep up with work deadlines while exploring Vietnam.

To top it all off, the apartment is pet-friendly, so you’re welcome to bring your favorite pooch along on your travels.

What we liked: We enjoyed the spacious and modern feel of the apartment.

Check Availability | Airbnb

The Hideout — Best City Hostel

The Hideout HostelImage from The Hideout on Facebook

  • Price: ~$10 per night
  • Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon
  • Features: Lockers, air-conditioning, complimentary beer, Wi-Fi, luggage storage, laundry facilities
  • Room Types: 3-bed private en-suite room or 4- and 8-bed mixed dorm rooms
  • Organized Activities: Tours service
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Hostelworld (4.4 out of 5 – 3,330 reviews), Google (4.1 out of 5 – 474 reviews), Facebook (5 out of 5 – 121 reviews)

This vibrant hostel is the perfect place to meet like-minded people and see Vietnam on a budget. Book a 3-bed private en-suite if you’re traveling with friends and want some extra privacy, or save some bucks by sleeping in one of the dorm rooms. The private rooms also have quaint terraces to enjoy your coffee on.

This spot has won the title of most popular hostel for two consecutive years. And with its complimentary one free beer a day and its lively bar, it’s not hard to see why. Make some friends over a game of pool, head to the common area to get some work done, or explore the city surroundings by foot.

What we liked: The hostel offered some great tour services and tips on what to see and do in the surroundings.

 Check Availability | Hostelworld.com

Hong Hao Hostel | Best Budget Hostel

Hong Hao Hostel Vietnam

  • Price: ~$5 per night
  • Location: Ha Giang
  • Features: Buffet breakfast, air-conditioning, games room, luggage storage, motorbike rental, Wi-Fi
  • Room Types: Double and twin private en-suites and 6- and 12-bed mixed dorms
  • Organized Activities: Walking and bike tours at extra charge
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Hostelworld (4.4 out of 5 – 53 reviews), Google (4.7 out of 5 – 57 reviews), Booking.com (4.6 out of 5 – 177 reviews)

If you’re keen on doing the Ha Giang loop, this beautiful hostel is the perfect choice. They offer bike rentals, guidance, and tours on the Ha Giang Loop Trail, so you can either adventure on your own or with a guide.

When you’re not taking in the scenery by bike, you can unwind in a private room with a terrace or in one of the bunk beds in the dorms. The bunk beds are spacious and the rooms have thick curtains so you can have full privacy. And the bedding is ultra-luxurious, so you’re guaranteed a good night’s rest.

You’ll get to start your day with a productivity session and complimentary breakfast at the on-site restaurant.

What we liked: The proximity to the Ha Giang loop and motorbike rentals was super convenient.

Check Availability | Hostelworld.com and Booking.com

Hub Hoi An

Hub Hoi An Coworking SpaceImage from Hub Hoi An on Facebook

  • Price: ~$369 per month
  • Location: Hội An
  • Features: Wi-Fi, meeting room, breakfast included, bikes, complimentary toiletries, air-conditioning, kitchen, local discounts
  • Room Types: 16 single and double private rooms with balconies
  • Organized Activities: Yoga, pub quizzes, group lunches and dinners
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings:com (5 out of 5 – 95 reviews), Facebook (5 out of 5 – 61 reviews)

This spot is perfect if you’re planning a longer stay in Vietnam and need a good coworking space. Who wouldn’t want to do their daily work in an air-conditioned glasshouse or peaceful garden, right?

The Hub Hoi An has plenty of desks and space for you to get in the zone. You’ll also have access to the meeting room and projector for important business calls — and great coffee to help you stay alert.

Top that off with spacious private rooms, complimentary breakfast, and scenic surroundings, and you’re sure to have a comfortable (and productive) stay.

What we liked: We appreciated the sense of community.

Check Availability | Coliving.com

Regalia Gold Hotel

Regalia Gold Hotel Vietnam

  • Price: ~$45 per night
  • Location: Nha Trang
  • Features: Complimentary breakfast, two on-site restaurants, swimming pool, gym, bar, Wi-Fi, room service, air-conditioning, fridge, kettle
  • Room Types: Suites and single, double, and family rooms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings:com (4.5 out of 5 – 509 reviews), Google (4.2 out of 5 – 173 reviews)

If you appreciate the finer things in life, you’ll love the Regalia Gold Hotel. This hotel features a rooftop pool and bar, two on-site restaurants with plenty of space to get some work done, and spacious rooms with city views.

You’ll also get to keep up with your fitness goals in the well-equipped gym or unwind with a long bath or a massage at the spa.

The hotel offers complimentary breakfast to fuel you up for the day. You’ll find attractions like the Xom Moi Market, 2/4 square, and Nha Trang Beach, all a short walk or bike ride away.

What we liked: The hotel has family rooms and a kids’ playroom, making it a perfect choice if you’re traveling with kids.

Check Availability | Booking.com

Vietnam Backpacker Hostels

Vietnam Backpackers Hoi An

  • Price: ~$8 per night
  • Location: Hoi An
  • Features: Air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, swimming pool, terrace, breakfast included, on-site restaurant, computers for guest use, movie room, bicycle rental, live DJ’s at night
  • Room Types: Private en suites, 4-bed mixed dorms, and 6-bed women-only dorms
  • Organized Activities: Pool parties, beer pong, themed dress-up nights, quiz nights, karaoke
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Hostelworld (4.5 out of 5 – 1,628 reviews), Google (4.2 out of 5 – 344 reviews), Booking.com (4.2 out of 5 – 340 reviews)

If you’re seeking a lively scene where you’re guaranteed to make some new friends and memories, look no further. The lively Hoi An Backpackers hostel has plenty of organized events to keep your evenings as exciting as your days of exploring.

Choose between a bed in a 4- or 6-bed dorm or a private room. If you rent a private room, bicycle rental is free. The bicycle rental will come in handy for exploring the lush surroundings and seeing attractions like Hoi An Historic Museum and Hoi An Ancient Town.

If you’d like to get some work done, you can do so at the on-site restaurant while enjoying your complimentary breakfast.

What we liked: The entertainment staff ensured a lively atmosphere.

Check Availability | Hostelworld.com and Booking.com

9 Hostel and Bar

9 Hostel and Bar VietnamImage from Booking.com

  • Price: ~$7 per night
  • Location: District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Features: Wi-Fi, meeting rooms, luggage storage, on-site restaurant, bar and cafe, computers for guest use
  • Room Types: 6- and 8-bed women-only dorms and 12-bed mixed dorms, private guest rooms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Hostelworld (4.2 out of 5 – 50 reviews), Booking.com (4 out of 5 – 949 reviews)

This stylish hostel features rustic yet elegant interiors and is perfectly located in the buzzing Ho Chi Minh City. Attractions like the Zen Plaza, Tao Dan Park, and Golden Dragon Water Puppet Theater are a short walk away.

Catch up on work at the cafe-meets-bar on the ground floor and get some travel tips and advice from the friendly staff. They’ll be happy to help you with tour arrangements and any guidance you may need.

After a long day or being out and about in Vietnam, unwind at the on-site restaurant before relaxing in your private bunk bed or room.

What we liked: We loved the modern interiors and central location. 

Check Availability | Hostelworld.com and Booking.com

Kiki’s House Saigon

Kiki's House HostelImage from Booking.com

  • Price: ~$14 per night
  • Location: District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Features: Air conditioning, free toiletries, slippers, luggage storage, free parking, Wi-Fi, shared kitchen, currency exchange, free breakfast
  • Room Types: 4- and 6-bed mixed dorms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: Ha Giang
  • Ratings: Hostelworld (4.3 out of 5 – 1,137 reviews), Booking.com (3.9 out of 5 – 295 reviews)

As much as it’ll save you money, sleeping in bunk beds isn’t always the most comfortable arrangement. But Kiki’s House Saigon prioritizes comfort and privacy with their modern and spacious bunk beds. Each bunker includes a double bed, shelves, under-bed storage, and a curtain.

The hostel is tucked in a quiet alley near the bustling backpacker street. So you’ll be near some of Saigon’s top attractions without having to work through the city noise.

Enjoy a complimentary breakfast and views on the rooftop restaurant and bar before heading out to nearby attractions. You’ll get to see top sights like the Mariamman Hindu Temple, tour Ben Thanh Market, and explore the many great coffee shops within walking distance.

What we liked: We loved the hostel’s central location and appreciated the calm atmosphere.

Check Availability | Hostelworld.com

Stay at the Best Coworking Space in Vietnam

Vietnam is one of the best places to live in Southeast Asia — and with good reason. Its ancient sites, lush green landscapes, and buzzing cities are a joy to explore.

If you’re considering a more permanent stay in this historic and beautiful country, have a look at this guide to Vietnam’s best places to live.

 

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