Coworking Space Medellin: Top 10 Spots for Digital Nomads (2024)

Known as the City of Eternal Spring, Medellin is the second-largest city in Colombia that has turned into a modern metropolis in the last two decades. Metrocable is one of the most popular landmarks here, taking visitors over barrios and lush Aburrá Valley.

Before visiting, many people wonder if Medellin is safe. To be honest, it used to be one of the most dangerous cities in the world less than a decade ago, thanks to Pablo Escobar and his drug cartel.

Today, this city has left its dark past behind and has become one of the favorite destinations for digital nomads and expats. It is now considered one of the best places to live in Columbia.


The low cost of living, mild climate, lots of coffee shops, and plenty of coworking spaces attract foreigners from all over the world. Inexpensive public transportation and medical care, as well as friendly locals, are also incentives to come and live here. If it’s your first time in Medellin, this travel vlog will help answer many of your questions.

In recent years, Medellin has become one of the favorite South American destinations for digital nomads. So, if you’re looking for a coworking space, Medellin has over 40, and we’ve whittled it down to our top 10 recommendations.

Tinkko Milla De Oro Is Our Favorite Coworking Space in Medellin

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Image source: Tinkko Milla de Oro on Facebook

Tinkko Milla de Oro occupies the 15th and 16th floors of the Golden Mile building in the most popular neighborhood in the city — El Poblado. Metro-A line and bus Gascuña 2 are a few minutes away on Avenida El Poblado. Starbucks is on the first floor of the same building, and there are many affordable hostels in the area, like The Black Sheep Hostel.

The space is well-lit, and you can even book a seat by the windows and enjoy the view of the whole of Medellin. Ergonomic chairs and standing desks will make sure you are comfortable and without back pain even after hours of working. With a 3D printer, Chromecast, scanner, printer, and projector, this is a great working space for business meetings, workshops, and presentations.

The lounge and chill-out area are perfect for de-stressing, while the on-site café serves excellent coffee for a reasonable price. If you want to meet other coworkers, stop by their signature Tinkko Nights event to mingle.

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Pricing ● COP $55,125 (14 USD) per day

● COP $495,500 (125 USD) per month

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours ● Monday – Friday: 7 am – 8 pm

● Saturday: 7 am – 2 pm

● Sunday: Closed

Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Phone Booths Yes
Coliving No

Selina Cowork Is Our Least Favorite Coworking Space in Medellin


Image source: Selina Cowork

Selina Cowork is part of a franchise hostel in the Medellin entertainment area, not far from city landmarks. El Poblado Park is 15 minutes away, and the neighborhood is full of nightlife venues, shopping centers, and eateries.

The coworking space is equipped to host TEDx, workshops, and various other events. There is also an outdoor terrace, a Skype room, and a lounge area ready to use. The lack of standing desks is surprising for a place that has amenities like a library, yoga studio, and meditation room.

If you’re planning on staying multiple days or working late nights, you can stay at the co-living accommodation to save time and money. Room options range from shared rooms with bunk beds or private rooms. If you like to stay close to your pets, they allow both cats and dogs.

We found Selina coworking in Medellin was a wonderful place to stay a couple of nights and attend social events, but it’s not the best for coworking in Medellin. We had difficulty keeping focused while working. It was slightly loud because the space is catered much better toward holidaymakers than digital nomads.

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Pricing ● COP $46, 700  (12 USD) per day

● COP $227, 000 (57 USD) per week

● COP $743, 900 (188 USD) per month

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours ● Monday – Friday: 7 am – 8 pm

● Saturday: 7 am – 3 pm

● Sunday: Closed

Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk No
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Phone booths No
Coliving Yes

8 More Coworking Spaces in Medellin We Love

Medellin has over 40 coworking spaces, and here are the best of them.

Los Patios CO-WORKING in Manila


Image source: Los Patios Hostel on Facebook

Los Patios CO-WORKING is a modern and well-equipped space within the hostel in the Manila neighborhood. This working space is 5 minutes away from public transportation, located in one of the most vibrant areas of Medellin. Parque El Poblado is close by, and the area is full of restaurants of all profiles. Medellin Modern Art Museum is five, and Santa Fe Zoo is around 25 minutes away on foot.

We love Los Patios because it’s all about connecting people through hosting events and building a friendly network of digital nomads. Besides the indoor desks and several meeting rooms, a large rooftop is also available for work.

Narciso Café has some of the best coffee in Medellin, and you get 10% off for being a coworking space member. Ergonomic furniture and the gym will keep you in shape, while foosball, pool, and ping pong tables cover the entertainment. They even have a vegan and gluten-free menu!

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Quokka Café Coworking in Astorga


Image source: Quokka Coworking on Facebook

Quokka Coworking offers a peaceful spot to work in the touristy El Poblado area, which is one of the best places to live in Colombia’s Medellin.

Coffee lovers will enjoy the Toucan Coffee Museum with tasting tours, while Criminal Taqueria is one of the best spots to eat. Astorga neighborhood is perfect for those who like to party all night since clubs stay open until 4 am.

The great thing about Quokka coworking is that it has a huge open space full of nature, perfect for brainstorming. It’s not hard to feel at home when the staff is welcoming and ready to help with anything you need.

The podcasting room is a nice touch, although sometimes the space can be too noisy to record anything. A large patio is perfect for networking and collaborative work or just for taking a break and having coffee. Eateries down the street are a good way to stretch your legs and have lunch.

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Co-Work Latam

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Image source: Co-Work Latam El Poblado on Instagram

There are officially five locations in the city, but we like Co-Work Latam El Poblado because of its central place. It is a tall building with nine stories filled with enough space for coworking spaces for anyone seeking a hot desk, private office, or a virtual office.

If you’re looking for open-space coworking opportunities, you’ll enjoy their flex desk system. But, if privacy is more in order, book their private offices or meeting rooms with magnificent views. Another place you can enjoy the fantastic panoramics, is at the top building on the rooftop terrace. Here, you can meet other digital nomads and enjoy your last sip of coffee for the day.

The space also has occasional social events like yoga sessions, holiday celebrations, and workshops to keep you sharp. 

Its central location makes finding a place like Yolo Hostel a wonderful place to stay over after a long day’s work.

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Semilla Cafe Coworking

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Image source: Semilla Cafe Coworking on Instagram

Semilla Cafe Coworking is ideal for the digital nomad who often forgets to take their lunch break (guilty!) because it doubles as a cafe that serves coffee, drinks, and food. Their coworking space is very cozy and tries to include natural elements wherever they can, with plenty of wood furniture, indoor plants, and rock flooring.

You can do some work directly in the cafe if you want, but the coworking spaces are sectioned off on the second floor for more privacy. Here, you’ll find meeting rooms, a private office, and phone booths to help you stay focused.

Their networking events and community dashboards are fantastic places where you can meet other remote professionals. The space also offers tour events, so you still get an opportunity to explore the city and meet locals.

For more opportunities for social events during your stay, book into a hostel like The Wandering Paisa.

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Noi Coworking

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Image source: Noi Coworking on Instagram

If you’re tired of boring, beige, and serious coworking spaces, you’ll find that Noi Coworking is an exciting breath of fresh air. All over, you’ll see artwork, murals, plants, and sustainable structures like shipping container offices. It’s also pet-friendly.

Deskpass pricing ranges from COP $55, 000 (12 USD) for day passes to COP $900,000 (227 USD) for 20-day passes. We had to privately message them to prices for private offices which offer lockers, air conditioners, and sound proofing.

We liked that the offices had a creative room outside where you had your own space to discuss and bounce ideas with your teammates. It is equipped with a Smart TV and a whiteboard. The outside theater is used for similar reasons because it has ample seating, a projector, and a sound and lighting system.

Unfortunately, there is nowhere to stay. So, International Hostel Medellin is a wonderful alternative.

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BLOOM Eco-Working

Image source: BLOOM Eco-Working on Instagram

BLOOM Eco-Working is airy with an abundance of natural light that many creative entrepreneurs appreciate while remote working. The open space layout has lots of greenery peeking through the floor-to-ceiling windows, with some tables even being outside under the trees.

This is because the coworking space’s main focus is sustainability and creating an inviting place for everyone to collaborate. Their coworking spaces are divided into shared desks or small private offices overlooking the gardens, of course.

There are a few events, workshops, and seminars that happen on the premises, but it’s not as frequent as we’d have hoped. Instead, the space is sometimes rented out for other private events.

There is a small kitchenette where guests to fill up on a cuppa throughout the day. And, thanks to its fantastic location, you can also only walk a short 15-minute walk to a variety of eateries and hostels like Hostal Lleras Calle 8.

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Coworking Inspira

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Image source: Coworking Inspira on Facebook

Coworking Inspira is incredibly green and airy with a similar ambiance as coworking spaces in Bali. It sits in Laureles, Medellin’s coolest and most trendy neighborhood to date. It’s very laid-back and has tons of cafes, nearby yoga classes, and parks to offer you a quick mid-day refresh. Its nightlife is also fantastic.

So, it’s no surprise that many digital nomads flock to this Medellin coworking space. We found it very stylish and modern, with some of the best coworking facilities. It offers a flex desk space, private offices, high-speed internet, telephone booths, and an auditorium perfect for workshops, seminars, and events.

The coworking space is quite small, with only 20 desk spaces, so if you plan on doing any remote work here, it’s best to arrive early. If you’re looking for somewhere to stay consider Rock Hostel Medellin not too far from here.

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Circular Coworking (Previously Cbox Coworking)

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Image source: Circular Coworking on Instagram

Circular Coworking is another green space in the middle of the city with lots of plants and open spaces. This is done intentionally to help people reconnect and strike a balance between work and their environment.

Digital nomads are left totally flexible, with hotdesks available for rent for half a day to a few weeks. If you’re part of a big team, you can also rent private offices or meeting rooms for up to 20 guests.

To catch their breath after intensely typing away, the space has a lounge, shared kitchen, and a convenience store on-site. We found that the best place to enjoy a cup of complimentary tea or coffee is on the deck.

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Best Coworking Spaces Medellin | Final Thoughts

If you’re looking for green spaces and lots of options for pet-friendly offices on your travels, this Colombian city might just be for you. Here, you’ll find the best coworking spaces for digital nomads and remote professionals with a range of needs.

So, now that you’ve read our reviews on the best coworking spaces in Medellin, where are you stopping at first?

Doing some more traveling in Latin America? Check out these cozy coworking spaces in Guatamala.

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