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Our favorite coworking spaces in Hanoi, Vietnam2 other coworking spaces in Hanoi we likeHanoiHub in Ba Dinh

Sitting on the Red River, Hanoi is one of the world’s oldest capitals. This enchanting thành phố represents a curious fusion of the ancient Eastern & contemporary Western cultures. Towering skyscrapers have rapidly changed the city’s look and feel, but culturally significant sites remain intact. This has made it appealing khổng lồ tourists and digital nomads alượt thích. Chechồng out what it’s like khổng lồ be a digital nomad in Hanoi:

The Vietnamese capital has welcomed this surge of location-independent workers.

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Coworking spaces are popping up around the thành phố. Here are our top picks.


Toong is our favorite coworking space in Hanoi


Image source: Toong

Toong is a chain of coworking spaces in Vietnam. There are as many as five sầu locations in Hanoi alone. Each of their spaces has a different theme going on, but they all serve sầu a blkết thúc of Vietnamese tradition và contemporary office culture. It is one of the oldest chains of coworking spaces in Vietphái mạnh.

Their first Hanoi-based space, Toong Trang Thi, is our favorite. This place is located in the middle of the historical center of Hanoi. It’s only a couple of minutes on foot from the famous Hoan Kiem Lake. If you’re staying anywhere in the Old Quarter, you won’t have sầu any trouble accessing it. When you see the building where Toong Trang Thi is nestled, you won’t believe there are office spaces inside. It’s a beautiful old French villa repurposed for coworking. Enter it, climb a fancy circular staircase, and voilà — you’re in the most stylish coworking space in Hanoi.

Their offices take up two floors of the villa. There are both private offices and open-concept areas khổng lồ choose from. If you go for the open area, you won’t have to lớn sit elbow-to-elbow even when it’s crowded. The desks are long và wide. Plenty of greenery gives it a homey feel. Huge overhanging ferns & green walls make for a pleasant sight. The overall kiến thiết is gothic-oriental, with ornamental wood carvings, figurines, & cushions. The staff is hospitable and the community multicultural — a digital nomad’s dream!

PricingVND 150,000 per dayVND 1,900,000 per month
High-Speed InternetYes
Open HoursMonday – Friday: 8 am – 8 pmSaturday: 8 am – 8 pmSunday: 8 am – 8 pm
Comfortable ChairsYes
Standing DeskYes
Dedicated DesksYes
Conference RoomsYes
Private OfficesYes
Phone boothsYes

iHouse is our least favorite coworking space in Hanoi


Image source: iHouse Facebook

iHouse is in yet another old Hanoi villa turned into lớn an office space. This one is mix in the Cau Giay district, in a narrow street, which is not so easy lớn access. Another thing that might make it even harder lớn find this place is the fact that there are no signs or boards with the name. If you don’t check the exact address, you will pass by this villa thinking it is a private residence.

The owners advertise it as a garden-inspired coworking space filled with plants & daylight. Too bad that you might also end up sitting on a garden chair. Many of their chairs are completely unsuited for work, & the desks are not much better. The view of the garden và the porch are indeed beautiful. If you decide you lượt thích the view và the atmosphere of the place, you might be able khổng lồ work around the uncomfortable ergonomics. Attach a travel st& desk khổng lồ any ordinary desk & work standing up. The daily coworking space features only a couple of desks. Dedicated desks are not an option here. Some guests reported a dreary condition & unkempt surfaces.

One good thing about the place is the outdoor terrace. It is surrounded by trees và guests can recline in their hammocks. Another benefit is that it’s open until late evening hours. iHouse is perfect for rest, but for work — not so much.

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PricingVND 1đôi mươi,000 per dayVND 1,400,000 per month
High-Speed InternetYes
Open HoursMonday – Friday: 8:30 am – 10:30 pmSaturday: 8:30 am – 10:30 pmSunday: 8:30 am – 10:30 pm
Comfortable ChairsNo
Standing DeskNo
Dedicated DesksNo
Conference RoomsYes
Private OfficesYes
Phone boothsNo

2 other coworking spaces in Hanoi we like

Here are two other places to cowork in Hanoi:

HanoiHubThe Learning Hub

HanoiHub in Ba Dinh


Image source: HanoiHub Facebook

If you’re not a bạn of big crowds và touristy streets, you may lượt thích the Ba Dinh district. It’s close khổng lồ the Old Quarter but not as crammed with people. HanoiHub is a coworker’s haven in the Lang Ha street in Ba Dinc. They have another location in Thuc Khang street, but this one is more popular.

HanoiHub is a bright & perky nook for anyone who needs more positive energy in their work zone. Cheerful yellow and warm orange tones dominate the rooms and make them appear more spacious. Plenty of natural light và potted plants scattered around the place contribute to the casual, laid-back vibe. There are both private offices và an open space area. A wide variety of seating options are available, from bean bags to standing desks. Light study music plays in the background và helps visitors concentrate on the task at hvà.

If you want to lớn clear your head before or after hard work, there’s also a relaxation room. It features a mini library stuffed with books and comics. There are also PC và Mac computers at the guests’ disposal. Coworking spaces are largely non-smoking areas. This one has a balcony where smokers can puff on their cigarettes while enjoying the beautiful view. The staff is friendly and cordial and makes you feel at trang chủ.

What we don’t lượt thích about this place

The kitchen is adjacent to lớn the hall, and the smell coming from it may annoy some customers.

The Learning Hub in the Old Quarter


Image source: The Learning Hub Facebook

The Learning Hub is another cozy space near Hoan Kiem Lake in the Ngo Quyen street. Be careful not khổng lồ miss the building. There is only a tiny green logo sản phẩm displayed near the entrance. The location is well-connected, & there are plenty of cool spots around, such as the Opera House. Many local Vietnamese food places are in the vicinity. We recommkết thúc you try the famous Trang Tiem ice cream in the neighborhood.

The Learning Hub is a quiet place despite it being in the thành phố center. It is bright & luminous & isn’t crammed with unnecessary decoration. There’s everything you may need — open and private rooms fully equipped, beanbags and comfy chairs. They serve miễn phí coffee and tea all they long, và there are also snacks. The staff is friendly & accommodative sầu. For a central location like this, The Learning Hub is surprisingly affordable, starting from VND trăng tròn,000 per hour.

The community that gathers here is great. The second time you come, you’ll already feel lượt thích a part of it. On weekends when the place is closed for work, they organize various community events, such as movie nights, dinners, và workshops. Internal exchange fairs they host are a great opportunity to lớn exchange ideas about various projects participants are working on.

More coworking places in Hanoi

We listed our favorites, but there are many more coworking spaces in Hanoi to explore. These include: