Best Coworking Spaces in Tbilisi 2022 (AMENITIES, PRICE, + MORE)

Looking for an alternative to working from home while in Tbilisi? Check our list of the best coworking spaces in Tbilisi for freelancers and digital nomads!

They each offer a selection of different atmospheres, amenities, pass types, and are located in various districts of Tbilisi so you have options nearby wherever you’re based.

Quick Overview: Best Coworking Spaces in Tbilisi

4 Best Coworking Spaces in Tbilisi

Lokal (Vake) – Chilled Space For Coworking in Tbilisi

Source: Lokal

Lokal is one of the newest coworking spaces in Tbilisi, located in the Vake district. It’s founded by a former digital nomad and offers a chill environment with desks also available on the patio and garden. If you’re looking for a casual place along with lower prices and don’t care for more “formal” surroundings, Lokal is worth taking a look at. If you’re also interested in joining an active community with regular events like workshops, lectures, and courses, you’ll find them all in Lokal – check out the events they’re currently hosting on Lokal’s Facebook page.

Lokal offers daily passes as well as the 10 Pack Hot Desk for members who want to enjoy the benefits of membership but don’t need coworking space for the entire month. Their offer includes a selection of available open desks located on the ground floor and in the outdoor garden areas, high-speed WiFi, coffee & tea (wine/craft beer also available for purchase), bookable call and meeting rooms.

Lokal OfferPrice
Daily Hot Desks$8
Monthly Hot Desks$140
10-Pack Hot Desk
(Valid for 10 days over a 90-day period)

Impact Hub – Tbilisi Coworking Surrounded by Great Cuisines

Impact Hub Tbilisi is a Georgian branch of the global chain operating in more than 100+ cities on 5 continents. In Tbilisi, it’s located in a very popular place: Fabrika – the cultural center transformed from a former Soviet sewing factory. It’s a well-known hotspot that unites coworking space with urban-style cafes, restaurants, and bars, artists studios and shops, educational institutions and the biggest hostel in the area.

This membership-based coworking space offers several options and a comfortable, casual work environment – bright and spacious. All membership types include high-speed Wi-Fi, access to printers, and scanners. Fixed membership type includes a private desk, while all other desks in the open coworking space are first-come first-serve. Additionally, By being a member of Impact Hub Tbilisi, you are a member of all Impact Hubs around the world and can access them when visiting other cities.

Impact Hub OfferPrice
Day pass (9am – 6pm)$10
HUB Week (one week per month)$40
HUB Three (3 days per week)$86
HUB Unlimited (with 2 hours of access to meeting room)$120
HUB Fixed (with 3 hours of access to meeting
room and fixed desk)

Collective (Saburtalo) – For Your More Professional Coworking Needs

Source: Collective

Collective is a coworking space with 24/7 access, which is located in the central Saburtalo district of Tbilisi. If you’re looking for a large space with professional interior design, well-equipped facilities and quality furniture, Collective fits the bill. Their offer includes isolated offices, common working spaces, meeting rooms, relaxation rooms, individual lockers, fast WiFi, access to printers, projectors, coffee/tea, equipped kitchen, daily cleaning service, and bicycle and car parking.

Collective frequently posts special monthly offers and discounts on their Facebook page – for instance, in the past they’ve offered their Day Pass for around $7 instead of the usual $12. It’s definitely worth checking, especially if you’re after more professional surroundings for your freelance work or business meetings in Tbilisi.

Collective OfferPrice
Day Pass$12
Night hours (9pm – 8am)$12

Regus – Central Coworking Space in Tbilisi’s Old Town

Source: Regus

Lastly, it’s also worth mentioning the Regus coworking space due to its central location in Tbilisi. Regus is an international workspace company operating in numerous locations around the world. In Tbilisi, one of their coworking spaces is in the Old Town and the second one is on Vazha Pshavela avenue (BCV). If you’re staying somewhere close to the Old Town, you can drop in and hot-desk in an open-plan workspace, or reserve a dedicated desk in a shared office.

Regus offers professional surroundings and well-equipped facilities in the central part of Tbilisi, right next to Freedom Square. Keep in mind that the number of spaces they offer in both locations are quite limited (roughly 10 spaces in their branch in the Old Town and around 20 in the BCV branch).

  • Adress: Tabidze Str. 1, Tbilisi
  • Open: 24/7
  • The offer includes: Printer, scanner, and photocopier access, break-out areas, a business lounge, meeting rooms, parking, mail handling, high-speed WiFi, use of the business address, kitchen with tea and coffee making facilities.
  • Space: Professional open-plan area with a limited number of coworking spots and dedicated desks in shared offices.
Regus OfferPrice*
1-Month Office Space$320
1-Month Coworking$197
1-Month Virtual Office$61
Meeting Rooms$12/h
Daily PassInquire directly for quote

* According to Regus, the prices listed above are valid at the time of inquiry, based on 24-month contracts. They can vary depending on the specifically selected products and services.

Keep Your Data Safe While Coworking With a VPN

While using the WiFi at any coworking space or other shared places to work, such as cafés, restaurants, libraries or others, you should always use VPN. It’s crucial to secure your connection and the traffic that will pass through a shared WiFi network. If you’re not sure which VPN is the best for you, check our article on the best VPNs for digital nomads and remote workers.

A VPN helps secure your devices by encrypting all your data, so it can’t be intercepted by anyone who might be snooping on your connection, as well replacing your IP address so your online activity can’t be linked back to you.

FAQ – Best Coworking Spaces in Tbilisi

Is Tbilisi a good city for freelancers?

Yes, Tbilisi has a lot of opportunities for freelancers. Georgia overall offers low taxes, affordable living costs, and simplified administrative proceedings – as well as diverse and beautiful nature and great food! We’ve discussed all this and more in our article on why Georgia is a great country for freelancers.

What is the cost of renting coworking space in Tbilisi?

Renting a coworking space in Tbilisi costs around $10 for a day pass and around $120 per month, depending on the place and membership type you choose.

Can I rent coworking space in Tbilisi for one day or just a few days?

Yes. Most coworking spaces in Tbilisi offer daily passes as well as membership options for a few days (most often 10 days) or weekends.

How much is desk space in Tbilisi?

The average price of a daily pass to a coworking space in Tbilisi is around $10.

Where can I work for free in Tbilisi?

You could use the free public libraries in Tbilisi as a place to work. You could try Mikheil Saakashvili’s presidential library located behind the University of Georgia. It offers WiFi and workspaces, and a huge collection of books in English!

There are also several nice cafes around Tbilisi with free WiFi, where you can find both a nice hot drink and place to work.

Should I use a VPN in a coworking space?

Yes! When you use shared WiFi without a VPN, you’re putting your device and anything stored on it at risk. With a VPN you can access the same network through an encrypted tunnel, ensuring no one can eavesdrop on your connection. If you’re not sure which VPN is best for you, check our article on the best VPNs for digital nomads and remote workers.