1) Letswork

Letswork's co-working space in Dubai Marina

Location: Rove Hotels

Price: Dh490 per month/Dh16 per day.

Contact: 04 561 9999, Letswork.io

Details: Booked through an app, Letswork operates within Rove Hotels in the UAE. They offer: fast wi-fi, reserved seating, meeting rooms, free parking and unlimited tea, coffee and water.

2) Witwork

Witwork co-working space in Dubai

Location: 17 Venues in the UAE, Witwork.co/venues/

Price: Weekly, monthly and quarterly packages from Dh175: Witwork.co/coworking-dubai-packages/

Contact: Witwork.co

Details: Dotted across various locations, Witwork offers: plenty of power plugs and seats, meeting rooms, designated quiet spaces, fast wi-fi, events and workshops, parking information and free caffeinated drinks.

3) Impact Hub Dubai

Impact Hub's co-working option in Dubai

Location: Pop-up Hub at More Cafe Al Murooj Complex opposite Dubai Mall, DIFC (along Financial Centre Road)

Price: From Dh499 + VAT

Contact: 04 375 4444, Impacthub.ae

Details: A global entrepreneurial hub, supporting co-working, small businesses and freelancers, offering: co-working spaces, access to other global hubs, free wi-fi, unlimited water, beverage credit and discounts on F&B, semi-private meeting rooms and free/discounted access to events.

4) Astrolabs

Astrolabs co-working space in Dubai

Location: Cluster R, Jumeirah Lakes Towers.

Price: Dh750 per month

Contact: 04 454 1159, Astrolabs.com

Details: This business incubator also offers co-working and shared office spaces. It offers: fast wi-fi, free printing, supplies, coffee & snacks, meeting rooms, a café, training/events venue, a heads-down ‘coding cave’, device lab to test your apps and even a shower.

5) Caribou Coffee

Caribou Coffee can be used as a co-working space in the UAE

Location: More than 30 locations in Dubai

Price: Purchase of a beverage or food.

Contact: 04 288 8375

Details: This Canadian café is a freelance-friendly chain, offering free wi-fi, comfy seats and good, strong coffee

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