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Marianne Aulie Skovdahl
Hoi An, Vietnam
" Hub Hoi An "
Loved my time at Hub Hoi An. Events, iced Vietnamese coffee, friendly and helpful people, a sofa to chill on in the garden... what more can you ask for? Coworker is telling me to write at least 59 more words, but I am a woman of few words at times. What else can be said... hmm... I loved riding my scooter from the city centre to The Hub in the mornings, as the quickest way was through the rice fields. Very tranquil. I need to write at least 14 more words. It's great that you get discounts at gyms and spas and stuff! K thx bye xxx
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"Best co-working space in SE Asia, if not the world."
My partner and I stayed in Hoi An for three months and used Hub Hoi An for the whole duration of our stay. We're digital nomads who have checked out co-working spaces in Chiang Mai, Bali, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, India, China, Malaysia, and Canada. Compared to all of these places, Hub Hoi An offers the following: - the best value for money - the most tranquil environment, - the cheapest country (Goa, India perhaps tied here) - the best food (by far) - the coolest setting - Hoi An! - access to pristine beaches nearby - and everything else that's great about Vietnam.... It also has the added bonus of being in a location that's up and coming and isn't too overrun by digital nomads. Solid 60MB up and down fibre internet, super helpful and chilled out staff. Can't fault anything really. Check it out! Bayka
"A little Vietnamese Oasis"
I have worked at the hub hoi an on and off as a graphic designer for the past 3 months and have really fell in love with the place. The location is perfect, with a relaxing rice field journey to and from work to clear your mind. The staff and atmosphere is great, with everyone being very friendly and approachable. When it comes to working, everybody is super focused on there projects and a lot of productive work gets done. Outside of this however, they do daily community lunches and weekly social activities so that you can get to know eachother, and it doesn't take long before everybody is hanging out outside of work! I really love it here and it is one of the main reasons I have stayed in Hoi An for so long! Long live the hub!