While some digital nomads love to work from home or from cafes and restaurants, also coworking spaces are very popular. This is an overview of all the coworking spaces in Las Palmas that I know of. If I am missing one, please let me know in the comments below! And feel free to share your experiences as well.
*Prices can be outdated: always contact the co-working for up to date prices and conditions.
Please note that these are answers and recommendations from community members and their personal experiences. Answers can be slightly edited for clarity.
A three story coworking located near the shopping street Mesa Y Lopez, perfectly located between the beach of Alcaravaneraz and Las Canteras and close to lots of shops and restaurants. The coworking offers free water, tea and coffee to its members, there’s one meeting room (for up to 6 people), a printer/scanner, a microwave and depending on your plan you will have 24/7 access.
Monthly memberships vary between €120 and €160. The €160 membership includes a fixed desk with a 24″ monitor.
In Google this coworking is listed under its old name, Coworking Canary Islands. Digital nomads who have been to Las Palmas before, probably know the coworking under the name CoworkingC.
I tried RePeople coworking in Calle Montevideo past year and it was nice: clean, good connection, not too busy.
Soppa de Azul
A spacious and creative coworking, located near the beach in the neighbourhood of La Isleta. If you are a creative soul this is your best choice! Soppa de Azul is home to several artists and with their own art gallery and event space a truly unique coworking. The coworking is dog friendly, kids friendly and has a bicycle parking. There are two meeting rooms (one for 6 people and one for 20 people), a projector, an event space (40 people), a photocopier and even a shower.
Monthly memberships vary between €125 and €150. The main difference being that for the €150 you’ll get 24/7 access (the €125 membership limits your access to Monday – Friday between 9AM and 8PM).
Soppa de Azul has a nice enviroment with artworks and a really sweet owner. But I am going to try another space, since there is not much daylight. I prefer more windows.
In March 2023 I was informed Work-Labs co-working is only available for the guests of their hostel.
Dojo Coworking is located close to Las Canteras beach and very close to the Mercado Del Puerto. It’s a bright coworking with a fully equiped kitchen, a meeting room, lounge area, printer, lockers and monitor rental.
Monthly memberships vary between €130 and €160. The €160 membership includes 24/7 access and use of lockers.
I’ve visited Dojo Coworking and here’s my feedback. Place looks very nice, currently not busy at all, but the owner said November is almost fully booked. You can try it out for free for one day and it’s €120/m or €15/d after that. Looks good. I’m not sure about what to do if you have a lot of meetings, because there’s only one bookable meeting room and I don’t see any private rooms.
GoCoworking is located in the heart of Triana and is divided into different rooms where you can work from. The three rooms are named after famous beaches in Gran Canaria. The meeting room has space for up to 10 people. There’s a huge chill out terrace, lockers, bike parking, a phonebooth and a printer/scanner.
Monthly membership depends on which room you choose to work from and vary between €122 and €166 a month. A private office (for up to 7 people) can be rented between €395 and €535 a month.
One big house in the heart of Las Palmas has been converted to a wonderful coworking. The coworking has two big rooftop terraces (with wifi), standing desks, meeting room (up to 6 people), free breakfast, fully equiped kitchen, two informal areas with sofas and private offices.
A monthly membership costs €250.
The House has a few height-adjustable desks.
I’ve been to The House and it’s an AMAZING place. Leo is the best host you will ever get. I recommend Fridays, they have a delicious breakfast in the morning and a fabulous afterwork from 18 where you can meet many people. If you want a spot check the Day Pass (15€) and write them an email with the day you want to go.
On the ground floor of Talleres Palermo you find their Coworking Kafé (open from Monday – Friday from 8AM till 4PM) but the actual coworking is upstairs. It’s an industrial building and the coworking is a big open space, with flexible and fixed desks. There’s a meeting room and a conference room, as well as lockers, a kitchen, standing desks, printer/scanner and an amazing sunny rooftop terrace.
A monthly membership costs €140 and you can rent a private office for €400 a month.
Núcleo is one of the few coworkings in Las Palmas that offers an ocean view! The coworking has a kitchen, photocopier, printer and a meeting room. You can either book a desk or a private office.
A monthly membership will cost you €150. If you only work in the mornings (7AM – 3PM) or in the evenings (3PM – 11PM) you can opt for their cheaper plans, which cost only €80 a month.
Hashtag Workspace is located in the heart of the old town, Vegueta. The coworking has lots of natural light, is child friendly, dog friendly, has a kitchen, standing desks, lockers, bean bags and meeting rooms.
A monthly membership for a fixed desk in the patio will cost you €125. A fixed desk in a shared office will cost you €150 a month.
This coworking focuses on technological entrepreneurs with the main goal to share not just a coworking space, but also knowledge, business adventures and projects. It’s child friendly, has three meeting rooms, kitchen, break room, bike parking, free breakfast every 15 days, showers, playground and a library.
Monthly memberships are €106 for a shared desk (2 seats), €126 for a private desk, and €423 for a team of 4.
The number of co-workings is growing fast in Las Palmas! So here’s a quick overview of these co-workings. More info will follow later!
- AX Business Centre
- Coco Tropical Coworking
- CoKids Workspace
- CoWorking Emeté Las Canteras
- SWAP Coworking
- Tigotan Hub
- Toanjo Coworking
- White Forest Coworking
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