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Where to Rent Temporary Offices in Barcelona

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Written by Rachel G

For freelance workers or small businesses, it can be hard to find the perfect working environment. Permanent office space isn’t always the best option, nor is working from home for those who want to separate their work and home life. If you’re having trouble finding the perfect workplace for your business, you might want to consider temporary office rental.

In Barcelona, there are several co-working offices for rent on a temporary basis that can provide freelancers with a community of like-minded workers, an office environment, and an opportunity for making contacts. Today ShBarcelona shares a list with places where you can rent temporary offices in Barcelona.

Related article: 5 Reasons Your Company Should Have Offices in Barcelona

Where to rent temporary offices in Barcelona

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Regus Offices

Regus Offices rents out temporary workspaces in a beautiful building on Avinguda Diagonal. They offer plenty of options when it comes to office styles; workers can choose from private interior offices for minimal distractions, private offices with a window and nice view, office suites which include desks and meeting tables, and co-working space with first-come-first-serve desks in a shared area.

All offices come fully furnished with a customizable layout that includes a kitchen with tea and coffee making facilities. Rental prices include the furniture, WIFI, utility bills, office cleaning, and reception services. Renting at Regus takes all the hassle out of finding a fully-equipped office to carry out your business, so you can get started with your own work in no time.

There are several Regus Offices in Barcelona, for example in the district of Sant Marti, Eixample and Les Corts.

BCN 575 Coworking

BCN 575 is a modern co-working office that’s open 24 hours a day 365 days a year. With two convenient locations in the heart of the city near Plaça Universitat and Plaça de Tetuan (both in Eixample), their co-working space includes internet, printers, meeting rooms, and a great atmosphere for both solo working and creative exchange.

They offer all the services your business might need with several membership plans designed to fit any size business or budget. They even have a fully-equipped dining area, so you can bring meals from home to reheat and make coffee or tea throughout the day.

Related article: 10 Good Reasons to be a Freelancer in Barcelona

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Betahaus

Betahaus is a popular co-working office for entrepreneurs in the Gracia district in Barcelona. They focus on creating the perfect work environment so you can get your work done without any problems or distractions. They currently host more than 230 freelancers and entrepreneurs from all over the world, making it easy to meet others and make connections.

Offices include printers, meeting rooms, reception services, tea and coffee, chill out spaces, lockers, and more. With three different types of membership, you can choose the right one for your needs and budget. The Flex monthly membership allows workers to come in 24 hours a day, find a free spot, and start working.

The Fix monthly membership will get you your own designated desk for 24-hour use and a locker. If you don’t want to commit to a whole month, you can get most of the Flex membership benefits at 25€ for one day between 9:00 and 18:00.

What is the best place for a temporary office in Barcelona according to you?

About the author

Rachel G

Originally from the United States, Rachel has been living in Spain since 2014. After two years in Madrid, she moved to Barcelona in 2016 to pursue her passions in writing and photography. She spends her free time enjoying life in beautiful Barcelona and traveling around Europe as much as possible.

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