Top 5 Coworking Spaces in Honolulu, Hawaii

Coworking spaces can be found all over the world.  The most popular tourist destinations like Hawaii are no exception. Hawaii is the 50th state of the United States and is mostly known for its islands and beaches. The capital city of Hawaii, Honolulu which is based on Oahu island has some of the coolest coworking spaces. Honolulu has a population of over 400,000 and as per the latest trend, entrepreneurship in the city has grown many folds. There is a huge demand for shared office spaces where an individual can just pay for a desk and have a network of like-minded people. 

A coworking space in Honolulu is best suited to freelancers, startups and solo entrepreneurs who want to make it big. Apart from this, if you are a company that is looking for a plug and play office space in Honolulu, then coworking spaces are the best fit for you. People who travel frequently can also utilize the coworking culture in Honolulu.

Coworking Spaces in Honolulu

If you are searching a coworking space in Honolulu, this post is for you. I have listed the best 5 shared offices based in Honolulu, Oahu in Hawaii. Browse the spaces below:

Impact Hub


Impact hub is a well-known chain of coworking spaces with 102 hubs and over 15k permanent members all over the world. Impact Hub coworking space Honolulu is divided into 2 floors. Both floors are designed in such a way that they have a coworking space and dedicated desks in the centre and private offices on the sides. This coworking space believes that coworking is the better way and run true to their tagline building community, making impact. 

Amenities:  The services offered here include fast wifi, free coffee, reception with a host, bike storage, a café, showers, access to Impact Hub global network, private phone booths, printing services etc. Apart from these services which come as a part of your membership, you can also avail optional amenities such as mail and package handling at $30 a month, lockers at $10, reserved parking from $0.50 per hour etc. 

Pricing: The membership plans at Impact Hub coworking Honolulu start from just $30 a month where you get access to the coworking space for 2 days in a month from 9 am to 5 pm. An additional day under this membership is charged at $10 per day.

The virtual office plan will cost you $60 a month which includes 2-day a month access and mail service for the entire month. Part-time membership with 10 days a month access will cost you $95. However, if you wish to grab 24/7 unlimited access, the monthly pass will cost you $215. Dedicated Desks with unlimited access cost $315/month and private offices start from $540 a month. 

Contact Website:

Location: 1050 Queen Street, #100 Honolulu, HI, 96814.

BoxJelly Honolulu


Location: 307a Kamani St, Honolulu, HI 96813, USA.

Another beautiful coworking space in Honolulu is Boxjelly. Located in an urban developing area known as Kaka’ako, BoxJelly is home to innovators such as designers, developers, artists, engineers, entrepreneurs, video editors and many others. With nice furniture and an excellent interior design, they have an open layout to align with your creativity. Their tagline says work hard, live better.

Perks: Some of the amenities at Boxjelly coworking space Honolulu include a reception, private phone booths, wireless printer, scanning services, whiteboard, projector, Apple TV and a full-fledged kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher and of course tea/coffee.

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Membership Plans: Depending on the type of desk you choose and your time duration at the coworking space, BoxJelly Honolulu has 4 types of plans namely Nomad, no limits, dedicated desks and private offices. Nomad plan starts from $35 a month with 2 days access to the shared office space. An additional day under this plan will cost you $25/day. No Limits membership costs $225 a month with unlimited access but on a hot desk. A dedicated desk costs $450 a month. This also includes mail handling service while a private office over here starts from $950 a month.

Oahu Makerspace


If you have an idea and need to develop a product, Oahu Makerspace is the place for you. They call themselves as a small collaboration of Makers who share a space in Kalihi. This coworking space Honolulu is more of a workshop where you can grab your stuff, choose a corner and work to develop your idea. The best thing about Oahu Makerspace is that they have all the tools and equipment within the facility that you might require. Assistance is provided from the technical specialists whenever you require some help. The workshop hours are from 4:00 to 9:00 PM on weekdays and a full day on weekends while Thursday is an off day.

Perks over here include access to workshop space, tools, equipment and electricity to work on any project you might have. Technical assistance is also offered. They also offer different classes for the members.

Membership cost over here starts from just $89 a month with a one-time activation fee of $10valid till 6 months.

Contact Website:

Location: 2004 Kahai Street, Honolulu, HI, 96819

Regus Honolulu

If we talk about the coworking industry, Regus has a large share. In Honolulu, Regus has shared office space at Seven Waterfront Plaza. Regus over here offers coworking space as well as fully furnished office space to companies and entrepreneurs. Regus Honolulu is located between Waikiki and downtown area. It is somehow close to the airport and away from the city traffic. WeWork is not present in Honolulu as of now.

Perks: Apart from a premium office address, you get high-speed internet, high-end furniture, video conferencing facilities, staffed reception, kitchen area and a lot of other facilities that are a standard of Regus all over the world.

The pricing plans at Regus Honolulu start from $14.80.However, to get a clarity and actual price, you can get a quote from their website.

Honolulu is a wonderful city with great weather. If you live here or are planning to move to this city, a coworking space will be the best choice to set up your office.

Ajay Deep

Ajay Deep is the brain behind Coworking Mag. He founded this website to help startups and aspiring entrepreneurs find a coworking space in their city. He is a successful entrepreneur who started and scaled a bunch of startups – all from shared office spaces. He has visited hundreds of coworking spaces in different countries and is now an investor in this evergrowing idea of developing new coworking spaces. You may reach Ajay Deep at [email protected]
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