This is the largest co-working space in Belgium, located between Schuman and Ixelles, offering a free one-day trial.
€295/month for unlimited access
Including a kitchen and garden, Office Brussels claims to be more than just a working space. It organises seminars, conferences, workshops and other activities.
€200/month unlimited access
3. The Loft
For a more francophone touch to your workspace, try the Loft; it offers a free one-week trial and holds regular events.
€295/month unlimited access
If it’s creative inspiration you need, where better than in the former workplace of fashion designer Oliver Strelli. Factory Forty also has a lounge and a garden with a vegetable patch and chickens.
€240/month unlimited access
5. The Library
An elegant co-working hub in a townhouse near Avenue Louise with a garden, kitchen and living room. It also offers private offices and meeting rooms.
Tailored membership €220-€295/month
With locations throughout the city, Orionagroup offers full-time desks as well as mobile desking options and even a virtual office assistant. A range of tariffs are available.
7. Bar D’Office
Bar d’Office has many locations in Belgium. You can also rent their Club d’Office for workshops, presentations or events.
Antwerp’s Kube8 is a co-working environment with a difference, with a focus on encouraging interaction between its patrons.
9. La Forge
In the heart of Liège, La Forge is one of the partners of Creative Wallonia, with space for 30 workers at a time. Free trials are available.
€200 for 20 days per month
€250/month unlimited access
Multiburo offers a range of services, from virtual offices to private office units and co-working and flexi offices in several locations.
A global company with 2,000 locations in 100 countries, Regus has offices in Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent and has individual and team co-working options available.
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