Check Out The Best Co-working Spaces and Cafes in Dubai

Your work at times can be stressful and if you don’t de-stress yourself, it can be harmful to your health in the long run. It may also affect your personal and professional life.
There are many offices which take utmost care of their employees so that they can balance their personal and professional life. In Dubai, there are many places which offer a refreshing place to work from. They provide all kind of facilities which make people comfortably do their work.
From work spaces to café, you can choose your place as per your choice.
Co-Working Spaces
1. Astro-Labs


Astro-Labs is located in JLT and has a perfect ambiance for people to do their work. As the sun shines through the place, the sun rays illuminate a huge ‘Make It Happen’ sign on the wall.
Many people working in IBM and Google come here and successfully do their day to day task.

 

2. 1776 Dubai


1776 Dubai as a startup has created a substantial network and closeness with the Dubai Government. The real 1776 in Washington DC has welcomed many famous personalities such as Barack Obama, Richard Branson, and David Cameron thus making it a distinctive place.

 

3. Impact Hub


Impact Hub provides a cool and relaxed environment. As you enter the place you will get a European essence of the surrounding. Impact Hub also offers sofa-bed for those wish to work late at night.
One will also get complimentary coffee and a PlayStation and the members of Impact Hub will get access to Impact’s 92 global branches.

 

4. A4 Space


A4 is at Alserkal Avenue, a place of Dubai’s art scene. The place as the name suggests like a blank sheet where one can scribble down their ideas. The pace is totally free of charge and also offers Wi-Fi connectivity.
A4 provides awesome coffee which is organic and home grown from Raw Coffee Company.

 

5. The Cribb


The Cribb is situated above The Football Center in Al Quoz and provides a five-a-side rates and ping pong table access who holds permanent membership.
The facility is divided into two halves, first is – The Cantina – is free to the public and offers great coffee and food from suppliers including La Maison and Laqmouche. Permanent and semi-permanent space is also available, with access to meeting rooms and networking events.

 

6. The Bureau


Just above Impact Hub is The Bureau which offers free one-day working passes for its intimate space, with the cost thereafter from Dhs50 per day and Dhs300 per month.
Deliveroo had started in Dubai here in The Bureau and people started coming in as they had an easy access to eateries the next door in Souk Al Bahar.

Cafes
7. The Daily


When the Emaar Pavillion in Downtown Dubai had shut down many people were disappointed. But very soon The Daily took the Pavillion’s place. The entire place is very spacious and bright. If you are health conscious you will get an extensive salad bar which is just great during the lunchtime.

 

8. Make Art Café


Make Art Café is located in Bur Dubai. The beautiful place mixes tradition and contemporariness greatly. The walls are decorated with attractive art work and this place is also popular for its fantastic fresh juices and smoothies.
The place has a serene and a relaxed ambiance. The surrounding has a traditional flavor. You will also get ice cream from Nouq the local supplier, who makes the desserts with camel milk.
9. CaféM


CafeM is a popular joint for daytime dining and business meetings. There is a valet parking, a range of healthy snacks and meals. Interestingly, you will get to see many different kinds of chairs for every mood whether high, low, comfy sofas etc.
There are also some monkeys out there hidden in the greenery. Between Tuesdays and Thursdays, you can try cheese and wine promotions or else can pick any one of Media One’s other bars and restaurants, including the newly-opened Qwerty.

 

10. 1762 Stripped


1762 Stripped is a calm place for doing your work. Exposed beams, sprawling leather sofas makes a comfy place for work. There are many places of quiet nooks and crannies, and spaces to sit alone.
But generally, people prefer to interact with strangers on the communal working table. The place also offers healthy food to people.

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