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Hoi An, Vietnam
" Best CoWorking Space/Community EVER "
Well... I came here with a plan to stay for 5 days, and it turned into three months. The space and staff are exceptional. Hoi An is so beautiful and generally just a super easy place to live. I’d give the Hub 10 stars if I could :)
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Do the community lunch! It’s always delicious and a great way to meet other members!
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"Great People, Great Food, Great Location"
My husband and I just spent two months here at Hub Hoi An and have nothing but great things to say. The staff is absolutely fantastic--hardworking, fun to talk with, and very helpful. Every week there are a number of great activities to choose from and the community of DMs often organize other events themselves. The workspaces are pleasant, the wifi is great, and everyday there is a delicious community lunch that really helps foster getting to know your fellow nomads. The Hub's location is fantastic too. A half hour south of Da Nang, there is plenty to do. Hoi An has a wonderful old town to explore, the beach is only a few kilometers away, the Hai Van pass is a day trip, and there are three pretty awesome amusement parks to explore. The Hub itself is located right next to gorgeous rice fields, there is a market with tons of fruits and freshly cooked food just a five minute bike ride away. Vietnam wasn't even on our radar at the start of the year, but after raved about Hub Hoi An, we decided to give it a try and haven't regretted it at all.
"Peace and tranquility in Hoi An"
The Hub is a really great place to work. It’s really peaceful and has helped me to relax during a stressful working period. I’ve made countless invaluable connections. There is a really nice atmosphere, a bar and kitchen with a fantastic chef who knows how I like my food which is really special touch. I love all the events that take place and the fact it is opposite the rice fields.