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Top 6 Coliving Services in Hong Kong

How We Picked 

Location. It’s best to choose a place that isn’t too far from where you frequently go to, such as a school or office, and it’s also good to take note of areas that’s easily accessible via public transport and shopping hubs and restaurants.
Price. A major benefit of coloving is the difference in price, so choose a place within your price point.
Facilities. We included places with facilities that match their price. These can be gyms, coworking spaces, or other recreational areas.
Safety. Naturally, a coliving space shouldn’t compromise anyone’s safety. We chose coliving spaces that have tight security facilities.

1. Nathan Residences

Nathan Residences Homepage

Services/Facilities: Serviced apartments, communal area, self-serve laundry room, laundry and dry cleaning

Website:  http://www.nathanresidenceshk.com/ 

Address: 3/F, 483-485A Nathan Rd, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong

Contact details: +852 9313 6680

Rates:

  • The Suite from HK$13,800 per month
  • Think Homey from HK$11,800 per month
  • Think Comfy from HK$10,200 per month
  • Think Cozy from HK$8,900 per month
  • Studio Double from HK$7,900 per month
  • Studio from HK$6,900 per month
Google reviews score5/5
Facebook reviews score 5/5
Total reviews5/5
Score consistency 5/5
Location5/5
Price5/5
Facilities5/5
Safety5/5

Pros

  • Best location we’ve seen in a coliving space
  • Very friendly and helpful staff
  • Great room rates and facilities

Cons

  • Can get full quite quickly

Coliving is a new way for people to live in cities with the focus on community and convenience. It’s typically a lot cheaper than apartments and hotels, and it offers a more flexible option for 

tenants.

First on our list is Nathan Residences Hong Kong, a coliving space in Kowloon that offers 87 coliving apartments in their building.

Tenants have all day access to the communal area where the lounge, reading room, cooking area, and laundry room are at. It’s a great space where we get to meet people from different countries.

Their kitchen is well-equipped and has the basic necessities for home cooking, but the building is also located around a lot of nearby restaurants as well as a 24-hr convenience store if we want to go out for a quick bite.

Although the place doesn’t have an in-house gym, there’s one right across the road. Schools are also just 20 minutes away via commute, making it a really decent location for a coliving space.

Overall, we really like staying at the Nathan Residences. Apart from how it has everything we need in a living space, its convenient location and affordability is really a plus that makes it a good choice for both long- and short-term stays.

2. Oootopia Coliving

Oootopia Coliving Homepage

Services/Facilities: Tatami single, loft studio, studio executive, corner suite, room amenities, welcome kits

Website: http://www.oootopia.com/ 

Address: 8 Anchor St, Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong

Contact details:  +852 6872 2996

Google reviews score5/5
Facebook reviews score 4/5
Total reviews4/5
Score consistency 4/5
Location4/5
Price4/5
Facilities5/5
Safety5/5

Pros

  • Numerous rooms available
  • Very cosy rooms
  • Very friendly staff

Cons

  • Small rooms

Oootopia has three locations: Kai Tak, Tai Kok Tsui, and West at KHU. But this time we’re taking a look at their Tai Kok Tsui space.

First impression of the whole place gives off a really trendy and chic hipster vibe, which we dig big time. 

We can’t help but notice how the whole place simply exudes elegance, with all of its modern and high-tech interior.

Their rooms are sleek and have the cosiest beddings, offering a peaceful retreat from the bustling crowds of Mong Kok.

As for the building’s location, it’s really close to one of Hong Kong’s top shopping districts, surrounded by malls like Langham Place and Olympian City along with quirky cafes and restaurants.

It’s also worth mentioning that all three locations of Oootopia are just 8 to 10 minutes away from Hong Kong’s CBD.

Some have complained about the size of their rooms, with the smallest being 100swm and the largest at 208 sqm. But we think it’s understandable given that it is a coliving space and not a hotel.

A lot of their staff are also very friendly and helpful, always attending to our needs to make sure we feel right at home.

Finally, whether it’s for just a couple of nights or a month, staying at the Oootopia can definitely help save some bucks if you’re on a budget and don’t want to splurge nothing.

3. Dash Coliving

Dash Coliving Homepage

Services/Facilities: Studio suites, one-bedroom suites, gym pass, laundrette, housekeeping and maintenance, in-room kitchenette, Wi-Fi, 24/7 customer service

Website: https://www.dash.co/en/coliving/ 

Address: 6-9/F, 45-47 Carnarvon Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Contact details: +852 2813 2853

Rates: 

  • Studio Suites from HK$17,000 per month
  • 1-Bedroom from HK$21,000 per month
Google reviews score4/5
Facebook reviews score 4/5
Total reviews4/5
Score consistency 4/5
Location5/5
Price5/5
Facilities4/5
Safety5/5

Pros

  • Great location
  • Newly renovated building
  • Fully furnished rooms
  • Amazing customer support 

Cons

  • Minor noise complaints about the communal area 

Next on our list of coliving spaces is Dash Coliving Argyle. Found right at the heart of Kowloon, it has 36 studio and one-bedroom units with full-height windows, designer furniture, and a club with ample outdoor space.

One of its most notable features is its all-inclusive pricing, so this includes the rent, housekeeping and maintenance, utilities, customer service, and laundry, to say the least. 

Other than that, there’s a whole lot more you can get as their tenant, as it comes with a number of perks, like a 10% discount on Neal’s Yard, a $250 discount at Kim Robisnon, and a lot more.

Signing up for a room with them is also pretty and straightforward, and it only takes three steps on their website. 

As for their location, we think it’s a terrific spot that’s really convenient. It’s close to the Mong Kok metro station, and there are a lot of good restaurants nearby. 

There’s also a good wet market that’s just a 1-minute walk away from the building, and if you’re looking for specific ingredients, there are two supermarkets that have practically anything you need.

In addition, the Langham shopping mall is just a stone’s throw away. Dash is definitely a good choice for long-term stays.

4. Weave Studios

Weave Living Homepage

Services/Facilities: Co-living studios that come with a shared living room, Workspace, Kitchen, Gym, Outdoor Space and more 

Website: https://www.weave-living.com/en/hk/studios 

Address: Prince Edward, Hung Hom, Olympic, Kai Tak, Kowloon West, Sai Ying Pun

Contact details: +852 2155 1400 

Rates: From HK$8,640 per month – includes all utilities, Wi-Fi, use of shared spaces and weekly cleaning

Google reviews score5/5
Facebook reviews score 4/5
Total reviews4/5
Score consistency 4/5
Location5/5
Price4/5
Facilities4/5
Safety5/5

Pros

  • Flexible leasing terms
  • Great location
  • Numerous rooms for availability

Cons

  • Minor complaints about the kitchen getting too crowded sometimes

For another fully furnished, move-in ready coliving space, Weave Studios has all-inclusive rates and flexible leasing terms.

They currently have four locations: Prince Edward, Hung Hom, Olympic, and Kai Tak. We’re taking a look at their Prince Edward location for this part.

It has 160 homes and 5 room types: private quad, studio single, studio single plus, studio double, and studio queen.

The place has a fully equipped kitchen and pantry where tenants can whip up meals or just sit idly by and chat with others. We also find it to be a fun communal space.

There’s also an in-house laundry and a gym that’s complete with new equipment. With all these features set in place, we’re digging how we don’t have to leave the building to do laundry or work out.

As for its location, Weave Studios Prince Edward is located right next to an MRT station, and there’s easy access to City University and Baptist University.

A number of supermarkets, shops, cafes, malls, cake shops, and cultural spots are scattered around the block, with everything just a mere 1- or 2-minute walk away.

One of our favourite features of the building however is the rooftop barbecue, where you can see the Lion Rock.

5. Slash Coliving

Slash Coliving Homepage

Services/Facilities: Rooms, 24-hr CCTV, utilities, air conditioning, regular cleaning of common area, Wi-Fi, bathroom supplies, mailbox service, keyless entry door locks

Website:  https://www.slash-living.com/ 

Address: 54 Percival St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Contact details: +852 6038 3814 

Rates:

  • Private and shared rooms from HK$6,000 per month
Google reviews score5/5
Facebook reviews score 5/5
Total reviews5/5
Score consistency 5/5
Location5/5
Price5/5
Facilities5/5
Safety5/5

Pros

  • Affordable prices
  • Friendly staff and tenants
  • Fun community activities

Cons

  • Only have a few rooms available
  • It can get quite difficult to get a room 

Slash Living is a startup company that combines living, sharing, and community particularly for students and young professionals.

True to their goal of creating a space where individuals can connect in a number of ways, their common spaces include a reading and gaming area, a fully equipped pantry, a spacious balcony, and more.

Slash Living has both private and shared rooms available, equipped with 24/7 CCTV, regular cleaning, and high-speed WiFi.

It’s definitely a more affordable option compared to other coliving spaces, with rents starting at HK$6,000 per month, making it a good option for students. 

Their rooms are all fully furnished with cosy beds and linens, personal desk and chair, and some even come with their own private balcony.

We’d say their rooms are quite decent in size, especially given its price. Both private and shared rooms have ample space for each tenant.

Location-wise, it’s right at the heart of Causeway Bay, surrounded by restaurants, entertainment venues, and a number of shopping malls.

We love everything about Slash Living, but our favourite is definitely the regular gatherings that they hold in the building as a way to keep people connected.

All in all, it;s a fun and affordable place for both short- and long-term stays, complete with amenities and facilities that make living there a really comfortable experience.

6. 101 Co-Living

Services/Facilities: Serviced apartments, communal area, self-serve laundry room, laundry and dry cleaning

Website: https://101.mrwu.hk

Address: 101 Ting Kok Rd, Ting Kok, Hong Kong

Contact details: +852 6727 7701 / [email protected]

Rates: https://101.mrwu.hk/the-pricing/

Google reviews scoreN/A
Facebook reviews score N/A
Total reviewsN/A
Score consistency N/A
Location5/5
Price4/5
Facilities5/5
Safety5/5

Pros

  • Exclusive Student Community Accommodations
  • Fully Furnished Apartments
  • Excellent Proximity to Nature and Recreational Activities

Cons

  • Limited Room Options

101 Co-Living provides a range of room options at competitive prices, including Platinum Twin, Gold Twin, Gold Single, Silver Twin, Platinum Single, and Silver Single. The monthly costs are inclusive of various amenities, making it a cost-effective option compared to traditional rentals.

Catering specifically to students of Education University of Hong Kong, 101 Co-Living fosters a tight-knit and supportive community. This communal living arrangement encourages collaboration, friendship, and a unique academic and social experience.

Furthermore, the apartments are thoughtfully designed and come fully furnished with basic amenities, including a single bed with mattress, desk, chair, private wardrobe, desk lamp, curtains, and air-conditioner. This enables residents to focus on their studies and personal growth rather than worrying about furnishing their living spaces.

While 101 Co-Living offers a variety of room configurations, the overall number of rooms may be limited. This could potentially limit the availability of desired room types, especially during peak periods.

Overall, 101 Co-Living stands out as a premium option for students seeking a serene and inclusive living environment. The competitive pricing, inclusive amenities, and focus on community-building make it an attractive choice for those studying at Education University of Hong Kong. 

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