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Hub 53 Coliving

Suthep, Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Hub 53 Co-living

Hub 53 Coliving is perfect for digital nomads and remote workers, offering private rooms and full access to their well-established coworking space. With their convenient location and strong community, Hub 53 is the perfect place to call home while in Chiang Mai.

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109 reviews
  • Jasmine Mann
    Jasmine Mann
    5 years ago

    Definitely recommend this for other digital nomads! I chose to stay at Hub53 because I wanted to meet like-minded individuals who were in town for both work and play. Everyone is very collaborative and there's a great balance between the privacy and socializing vs a hostel where the environment is typically more party-oriented. It makes a huge difference when you are surrounded by others who are hustling and also know how to take a break and check out the city :)

  • Justo Camuyrano
    Justo Camuyrano
    6 months ago

    Definitely one of the best places to stay in Chiang Mai as a digital nomad. I stay at hub53 for two weeks. The rooms are more than OK, very spacious and clean. The Co-Working area is great! With tons of places where you can work and many phone booths for those who want to have a private video call. The team that works at hub53 place is awesome! Very kind and helpful, always assisting you with whatever you need. During my stay, I have an issue with the bathroom, things that could happen in all places, and the manager responded very well offering me a reimbursement for the nights in which my bathroom was out of service. I think that that's something to highlight. The only con that I found about this place is that is a little bit far away from the main attractions in Chiang Mai, so you will have to move with Grab or rent a bike, that's what I recommend. In the end, I found Hub53 a very affordable and great place to stay in Chiang Mai and I recommend staying there, especially if you are a digital nomad.

  • Joel Zimbelman
    Joel Zimbelman
    5 years ago

    My teaching at Chiang Mai University brought me to Hub 53 for a nearly 40 day stay this past June and July. I booked in when I got to town--knowing the the best deals are cut in person and after an inspection-- but Natika the proprietor had oriented me to my options a day or two ahead of time, so booking and move-in took about 20 minutes. Location is right between Maya Mall, Chiang Mai Univeristy (buildings, cafeterias, and pool), and the ever-popular Nimmann tourist area. Hub 53 is, with one exception, the closest lodging to the North Chiang Mai Univeristy Campus. Maya has shops and tons of good food, and Nimmann is even better for food and nightlife, so you can dine on different dishes and restaurants every night. Mobike, Grab ride share, and taxis are easily accessible in front of Hub 53; and the Zoo, Wat doi Suthep, and other top-end wats are close; downtown Chiang Mai is 12 minutes by Grab (60 bhat). And you are gloriously out of the epicenter of tourist dense-pack. Rooms are spotless, up to date, modern fixtures, and generous in size, with basic amenities, including wifi and cable TV. My room, in the next door annex and off the main drag, was quiet, spotless, and with weekly maid service, private bath with great water supply. A 7-11, ATM, pharmacy, superb coffee stop, and Japanese and Italian restaurants run by a woman from Kobe and a guy from Umbria are all close by. Hub 53 provides laundry service for $1.25 US/load with drying. You also get unlimited access to both internet in rooms and in the public coworking spaces: large public rooms with tables, Aircon, great internet, a Skype room, downstairs kitchen for meal prep and tea and coffee, and a place to park cars and mopeds. This is a somewhat quirky place. The front end staff is fluent in English and Thai, and probably other languages. Everyone behind the desk seemed really smart and well connected. The woman who runs this operation--Natika--is the best source of knowledge about the town, culture, entrepreneur opportunities, and job connections the that you will find anywhere--and her advice on restaurants is great. She and her proteges are your best friends in town. The clientele of the public spaces and many of the rooms are an odd assortments of what today pass for "digital nomads" but in past times would have been the odd castouts that found their way into the French Foreign Legion or the back pages of a Mitchener novel of youth in search of adventure, self-creation, drugs, and healing. Just my group of people! They are all hard working and come to this place with work in mind. The place is open 24/7, so great office surroundings for work on school projects, lectures, and powerpoint presentations. When your equipment breaks or you need an adapter, the Hub53 folks are here to help; help with get reservations, set up conferences, allow you to meet with clients, etc. This is what coworking space is about. Costs are quite reasonable in Chiang Mai for lodging and food, and I thought for the $$, Hub 53 was as good as it gets. Why spend a fortune for a room and amenities, when you can do it for less than $10 US per day? Who should think about staying here? f you need work space, this is the place. I you want to meet some local folks who have a life other than just being tourist facilitators, then come to Hub 53. And if you are independent minded but like adventure and have some standards about where to stay, but could be happy being just a few minutes away from the tourist hordes, this is the place. Security is exceptional, with card and fingerprint entry, and a 24/7 security guard and locked doors Finally, if you are looking for work in Chiang Mai, Natika is your person to talk to. In addition to facilitating nomads seeking an environment where they can ply their trade, she has leads for employment hookups, a help wanted board, and training classes for eager and energetic Farang who want to make some money to extend their stay in South East Asia. You won't get that at the Mercure, Meridien, Movenpick, or the Shangri La.

  • Sagi Solomon
    Sagi Solomon
    3 years ago

    My favorite co-working to work from in Chiang Mai. Fast internet with 24/7 access, also private lockers available. There are a few Skype rooms you can use for private calls, a shared kitchen with coffee machine and filtered water and even a nap room to relax in. Location is good with some food stands and 7 11 nearby. Also they have the Hubster which serves smoothies and salads and you can even order and get directly to your sit! I got a monthly package combined with Chiang Mai Holistic which is 1 minute walking distance and have daily Yoga and fitness lessons. Great combination between health and work. Highly recommend that package.

  • Fernanda Muñoz Garcia

    I booked this place because it has the best package plan (50 hours) at a great cost only for the coworking space, Pai is awesome, helpful and she provides you with all the info you need, however, the place just stinks, those AC's need to be cleaned and also, no air purifiers inside the place. However, you get free coffee and the internet is good enough. If you are on a budget it can be a good option though.

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