The top 10 coworking spaces in Madrid

By Andy Sto Published 04/05/2023

It’s easy to see why Madrid is such a magnet for digital and remote workers. Long, sunny days, a relaxed lifestyle, and warm, welcoming people are just a few of the things that Spain is famous for, but the capital city has an energetic buzz to it that just can’t be found anywhere else. Creative types flock to Madrid to soak in its art, culture, and history, while techies are attracted to the thriving small business and start-up scene. No matter what you’re into, there’s a coworking space that’s perfect for your needs.

We’ve rounded up 10 of the best coworking spaces in Madrid that have a variety of amenities and features to suit all kinds of digital and remote workers. All you have to do is grab your laptop and decide which one is the best for you!

The Shed CoWorking

Since its inception in 2013, The Shed is consistently rated as one of the top coworking spaces in Madrid. With large windows that offer natural sunlight in each room, this beautiful, airy space is known for its helpful staff and positive work environment that promotes diversity and productivity. You’ll also find a beautiful terrace on site, common spaces with comfy chairs, and a kitchen for members to use.

The Shed has a variety of options for either single workers, teams, or businesses looking to rent an office space. Plans are flexible depending on your needs, as you can choose from a day pass starting at just 15€ to a monthly membership with a flexible workstation that begins at 149€. Added perks include free coffee and tea, a welcome pack, and access to the meeting rooms each month.

Impact Hub

Impact Hub has six locations spread out around Madrid and offers a number of plans depending on your needs and budget. One reason people choose this startup over others is its commitment to sustainability and the ability to host events for companies or groups of up to more than 200 people.

Impact Hub believes that collaboration and sustainable business practices are keys to the future, especially when it comes to creating a positive work environment. One of the best perks of working from Impact Hub is that there are frequent workshops, chats, and presentations that members can attend on a number of different topics.

Nomad Coworking

Nomad Coworking is a great option for those that are true digital nomads and might not have a plan as to how long they want to live in Madrid. While all coworking spaces have a variety of options, this one has plans that are truly flexible, with some lasting just a few days to others that are longer term. Monthly plans can be canceled at any time but have great benefits, like 24/7 access, lockers, a shared kitchen, and an outdoor patio. Nomad gives digital workers the opportunity to socialize and collaborate with other like-minded individuals, which is an excellent way to meet people when you’re in a brand-new city.

Talent Garden Madrid

Talen Garden is well-known throughout Europe as it has several locations, including one in the heart of Madrid. While this is one of the pricier options on the list, it definitely has some of the best benefits to offer its members. This space has five floors with several lounges spread out across them, as well as a bar and community space. Talent Garden has a communal rooftop, free workshops and upskill opportunities, 24/7 access, and a dedicated community manager to help you sort out anything you need. You can choose from shared or private offices that all offer ample sunlight, making sure you get your daily dose of vitamin D.

Cool Inquieto

Creatives should check out Cool Inquieto, a coworking space in Madrid’s artsy Malasaña neighborhood. All members get access to the lounge area and office, as well as coffee, high-speed internet, and copy machines. The most interesting feature here is that members can feature their work in the large windows that face the street, so you can display any number of creative pieces. Not only can you show off your hard work, but this is a bit of free marketing for you!

One thing to note is that Cool Inquieto’s hours are more limited than other coworking spaces. While some offer 24/7 access, this space offers access Monday through Friday from 9:00 to 21:00 and Fridays from 9:00 to 20:00.

Espíritu 23

Also located in Malasaña is Espíritu 23, an affordable coworking space that features 48 desks, multipurpose rooms, and an event space that’s available to rent in order to host a number of activities. Starting at just 14€ a day, Espíritu 23 is another place that tends to draw in a creative crowd. Its central location in this hip neighborhood means that the crowd here is young, artsy, and vibrant, so it’s a great place to meet people and connect if you fall within the same bracket.

Members get all of the usual coworking perks, including fast internet, kitchen access, and the chance to take any workshops held at Espíritu 23. Additionally, members get discounts at the coworking’s café, which is also open to the public. The caféworking area has wi-fi and often features artwork from Espíritu 23’s patrons, so this is another place where your work could potentially be featured on display to the public if you wish.

AREA Coworking

AREA Coworking offers both monthly hot desk and fixed desk memberships, as well as 1-day passes and private offices for startups. While there are great amenities that come with each type of membership, the fixed monthly membership has some of the best on this list, including showers, lockers, free swag, and the option to bring your pet to work! Daily and hot desk members have access to AREA Coworking Monday through Friday during business hours while fixed desk members have 24-hour access. Members can also utilize printing and mailroom services, in addition to access and discounts to special events.

AREA is housed inside an old warehouse that’s been completely transformed into a modern space with a creative, minimalist feel. This beautiful space is designed to inspire productivity and bring people together, either in the coworking space or the events area. What’s more, this coworking has fun activities, including screenings and a film club for members to mix and mingle over shared interests outside of work.


Utopicus has seven locations spread out across different neighborhoods in Madrid, so it’s easy to find one that’s centrally located for you. Since this coworking has been in Madrid for a while now, it’s quite well-established and well-known among digital and remote workers. The foundation of Utopicus is the company’s Flexible Thinking methodology, which offers a range of packages to both individuals and companies that are looking for remote working solutions. Utopicus offers a number of rooms and ways to work within the space, so there’s a lot of variety to choose from.

If you’re looking to upskill or simply learn something new, Utopicus members can take advantage of UtopicSchool which offers courses, programs, and coaching in various fields and topics. This coworking also hosts a number of professional development activities and events, so keep your eye on the calendar to see what’s coming up. 

LOOM Madrid

Like Utopicus, LOOM has several locations across Madrid. There are nine offices to choose from, each of which offers LOOMers, the chance to join a creative working environment with everything they need to efficiently work remotely. Each office was designed to have its own character and personality, so depending on the location you might find a lush garden, a sunny rooftop, or a spacious terrace. Each office boasts tons of natural light, comfy furniture, and a friendly atmosphere. There are eight different plans that individuals and businesses can choose from, so there’s tons of flexibility when it comes to work options and budgets. 

Cink Coworking

Cink Coworking has five offices to choose from and very flexible plans that you can change or adapt at any time. The offices were created to be close to public transportation and to have public parking nearby so that you can always get where you need to be easily. Each office is also in an important business area of the city, which is great for those working for startups or tech companies.

Each kind of membership gives you access to office areas, the dining room, the photocopier, and meeting rooms. Depending on the features you need, you can choose higher or lower membership levels, with daily rates starting at just 15€ a day.

Working remotely in Madrid

Working remotely in Madrid has never been easier thanks to the plethora of coworking spaces that are spread out throughout the city. If you’re new to the city, working from a coworking space is an excellent way to meet other like-minded people and get to know the city better, too. Another cool option to explore is coliving in a shared home with a variety of services and amenities, like through Cohabs in Madrid. It’s never been a more exciting and innovative time to work remotely in Madrid, so we hope this handy guide helps you choose the best coworking space for you!

About the author Andy is a seasoned digital nomad from Brussels. He runs a blog for digital nomads, remote workers, and remote company leaders: He enjoys hiking, singing, playing improv games and discovering hidden gems all over the world.