Hija Mia Coffee
8,000 COP – 30,000 COP
- The Vibe: Cozy
- What to Try: Order a flat white and ask about their kombucha brews
- Pro Tips: Avoid the large location in the hostel, as this is more of a coworking space and gets really crowded. Instead, stick to the spot up the street from Urvino for a quiet place for great coffee.
La Fabryka Panadería & Café
5,000 COP – 20,000 COP
- The Vibe: Cozy
- What to Try: Make sure to try one of their sweet pastries. Pair it with an espresso macchiato, one of the best in the city!
- Pro Tips: They have more sweets than savories, and they rotate their baked goods regularly.
10,000 COP – 40,000 COP
- The Vibe: Artistic
- What to Try: They’re famous for their hot chocolate. You can order it with sweetener or drink it plain, both ways are delicious!
- Pro Tips: Make sure to wander into the back part of the coffee shop. There are a few independent artists selling jewelry and clothing that you can’t miss!
15,000 COP – 20,000 COP
- The Vibe: Modern
- What to Try: You can rent a spot on either the first or second floor. There are no private desks, only communal tables.
- Pro Tips: The second floor is slightly pricier than the first floor and the only real difference is the view of the space. Also, they have great coffee, but that’s not included in the price of the coworking pass.
20,000 COP – 135,000 COP
- The Vibe: Professional
- What to Try: There are plenty of private offices and presentation rooms.
- Pro Tips: You can rent out daily passes or can book an office space with a minimum contract of three months.
COWORK Medellin – by Los Patios Hostel
40,000 COP – 50,000 COP
- The Vibe: Laid-Back
- What to Try: The coworking zone is located on the 6th floor and has three rooms. It’s quite small.
- Pro Tips: Your coworking pass includes access to the hotel’s pool, billiard rooms, and other guest spaces. You also get a free coffee!