Good Places to Work in Copenhagen

by | Jan 3, 2020 | Future of Work, Inspiration | 0 comments

Ever in doubt where to set up your office for the day? Copenhagen is full of great workspaces, you just have to know where they are! Here are five of our favorite spaces to work from in Copenhagen, Denmark. They all have speedy WiFi, great coffee, and plenty of plugs to juice up your batteries.

1. Spaces, Carlsberg Byen

This coworking space has a huge open-spaced ground floor with all amenities for an amazing day at work. They have small enclosed tables for intimacy. The have huge shared tables with a more lively atmosphere. They have small phone booths for a quick undisturbed phone call. And they have great coffee and great people making your day as productive and enjoyable as possible.

Address: Ny Carlsberg Vej 80, 1760 Copenhagen

Joes & Cos Price: 150 kr inkl. free coffee and WiFi all day

Opening hours: Mon – Fri from 08.00 – 18.00

2. Talentgarden Rainmaking, Holmen

Another very nice coworking space in Copenhagen is Talentgarden Rainmaking. Set in an old warehouse in Holmen it has a bit more of an industrial feel and touch to it. The place has amazing furnitures and obviously has all the amenities needed for a great days work – including tons of coffee!

Address: Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 41, 1434 Copenhagen

Joes & Cos Price: 50 kr inkl free coffee, WiFi, and 20% discount in the café

Opening hours: Mon – Fri from 08.00 – 17.00

3. AL2 Emmerys, Nørreport

If you are in the mood for something slightly more studious and young head in to Emmerys in front of Nørreport Station and check out the first floor. AL is an abbreviation for “Arbejdernes Landsbank” who decided to build a huge coworking space and common area with free access for everybody in the hope of being associated with a younger and more cool coworking crowd. The space is very popular so arrive early if you want to crab a good seat.

Address: Nørre Voldgade 17, 1st floor, 1358 Copenhagen

Price: Free of charge

Opening hours: Mon – Fri from 08.00 – 19.00 & Sat – Sun from 10.00 – 16.00

4. The Royal Library – Diamanten, City

Another very popular free space is “The Black Diamant” (or “Den Sorte Diamant” in Danish). It is part of The Royal Library so the space is nice and quiet. It has a great view over the canal and you are obviously surrounded by a lot of university students too. What can we say: it’s free and stylish!

Address: Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, 1221 Copenhagen

Price: Free of charge

Opening hours: Mon – Fri from 08.00 – 20.00 & Sat from 9.00 – 18.00 (closed Sun)

5. The Audo, Nordhavn

This space is still considered a hidden gem among most Danes. It’s a hybrid between a 10 room boutique hotel, the Danish design company MENU’s HQ, and a showroom/café type of place. The thing is: they really want to have people coming in to use their café and showroom as a work space so you instantly feel incredibly well taken care of. They are all about sharing too. So if you want a quick tour you can be pretty sure they will love to show you around the place. Oh, and I think it’s fair to mention that this place is B-E-A-utiful!

Address: Århusgade 130, 2150 Copenhagen

Price: Free of charge

Opening hours: Mon – Sun from 08.00 – 18.00

Did we miss your favorite spot? Let us know in the comments field below. Thanks for sharing 🤗

We hope you enjoyed this blog post. Joes & Cos is the platform that grants you access to working spaces around Copenhagen to let you work wherever you want, however you want. The app brings you the future of work and lets you create your own work/life balance. Read more here or download the app here.


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