Co-working Space in Nairobi

Choose from over 10 locations in Nairobi.

A Regus co-working space is ideal for those requiring maximum flexibility.

Our hot desking solutions in Nairobi are designed for agile working, allowing you to choose between a reserved or unreserved workspace, depending on your needs. A great option for freelancers, start-ups or SMEs, Regus co-working space in Nairobi helps you to maximise productivity.
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Once a nondescript residential district, Westlands is now one of Nairobi's most in-demand and well-connected commercial neighbourhoods.


Less than 20 minutes' drive from Nairobi's CBD, Kilimani enjoys an unrivalled location to access the city's thriving commercial centre.

Nairobi Central Business District

Bounded by the University of Nairobi and featuring the skyscrapers that comprise the cityscape, the CBD is the economic heart of Kenya.


Separated from Nairobi's city centre by the idyllic Karura Forests, Kitisuru is a tranquil and prosperous neighbourhood of the capital.

About co-working space in Nairobi

When searching for coworking space in Nairobi, the diversity of quality offerings available through Regus cannot be overlooked. Shared office space is not only a budget-savvy organisational approach, as it also facilitates access to networking opportunities, collaboration creative partnerships and more. Due to the wide assortment of locations available throughout this region, you can find an ideally versatile coworking workspace for your needs, whether that is hot desking or a dedicated reserved desk. Regus provides a contemporary approach to shared offices, ideal for entrepreneurs, freelancers and large businesses alike. Additionally, you will receive a regular calendar of Regus networking events and activities, ensuring you are making useful connections for future business ventures.

As the capital and largest city of Kenya, Nairobi is home to 6.5 million residents. As one of the continent’s most vibrant and multicultural cities, it is an economic hub for the country and the wider region. Its growing financial sector is anchored by the Nairobi Securities Exchange, while a number of multinational corporations, such as Google, Coca-Cola, IBM, Airtel and General Electric, have all put down roots here. In fact, its international vibe is heightened by the presence of the United Nations office, further supported by numerous national and international non-governmental organisations. Transportation locally and further afield is facilitated by extensive road and rail networks, while Jomo Kenyatta International Airport offers connections to both domestic and international aviation hubs.

What’s available

Unreserved co-working (hot-desking)

Unreserved co-working (hot-desking)

Desk space whenever you need on a first come, first served basis.

Reserved co-working (permanent desk)

Reserved co-working (permanent desk)

Your own dedicated desk, with all the benefits of a full-time office in a shared office space.

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