Gain access and perks at countless workspaces around your city with a single pass.
Letswork is an app that connects users with workspaces across the globe (UAE, Bahrain, Spain, Portugal, Saudi Arabia). Users can either work from cafes, hotels and coworking spaces using credits or instantly book a variety of on-demand spaces such as meeting rooms, offices or studios.
We’ve partnered with cafes, hotels and coworking spaces across Malaga.
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Short answer, hundreds of places. Click here to explore workspace cafes, hotels and coworking spaces in Malaga.
With Letswork, you get benefits like unlimited tea, coffee, water, discounts on food, access to various community perks and events.
Not only can you save more with a Letswork plan, you have the flexibility to use your credits where and how you want to.
After signing up on our mobile app or visiting our locations page on the website, you’ll be able to see the credit price for a location, which varies by things like popularity, quality of service, the number seats available, ratings.
Good news, you can always add more! Just go to the “Add credits” tab in the app to purchase more.
No - All you have to do is check-in once you’re at the location. Your credits will automatically be deducted then.
If you want to book a meeting room or private space without buying credits, you can do that. Visit our meeting rooms or private offices page to book on-demand spaces.
Click here to explore our locations in Malaga.
Letswork locations feature workspaces for all users. Whether you’re a freelancer looking for an inspiring cafe, an SME who needs to bring their team members together or a large company that need access to private spaces, we have it all - all with benefits like unlimited tea, coffee, water, reserved seating near plugs, access to super fast wifi, community perks and events too! Need to network? Just spot another member seated at a Letswork space with the Letswork mug and strike up a conversation. Enjoy the flexibility and the affordability of working from anywhere. Join Letswork today!
If you're looking for an inspiring shared place to do your best work, our credit plans for Dubai starts at AED 125/month and goes upto AED 500/month depending upon the number of credits you need.
You can buy credits for teams and corporations of any size (1-100+) that can give you more affordable rates. Alternatively, if you need to access a private space, you can book meeting rooms and offices by the hour/day using our booking platform depending on your needs.
Credits are currently valid for locations under the coworking section.
If you want to book on-demand meeting rooms, offices or studios - you can pay for them directly on the website or the Letswork app using a credit card.
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The southern largest city in Europe, Malaga is only 80 miles north of Africa and is one of the world's most ancient cities. Founded by Phoenicians in 770 BC, it was originally named "Malaka". The city became a part of the Roman Empire and later came under Islamic rule for over 800 years. Then the Christians took over during the Reconquista in 1487. Known for its yellow sand beaches, high rise resorts and a looming modern skyline, its Port that has been in operation since at least 600 BC is one of the busiest seaports on the Mediterranean. With its 2 gigantic hilltop citadels, the Alcazaba and the ruins of the Gibralfaro plus the Renaissance cathedral nicknamed "La Manquita" due to the fact that one of its towers was left unfinished, the city is a contrast of old blended with new.
Today the city's fine dining scene is being compared to Barcelona, its "mile of art" comparable to Madrid and its restored historic center flanked by a delightful hodgepodge of traditional and funky bars rivals any that can be found in Europe. The eclectic skyline will leave you gob-smacked when peering at church spires competing for attention with lofty contemporary apartment buildings. The port area has been rebuilt and is where cruise ships disgorge its cargo of human locusts wandering the world.
You can gaze upon monuments and archaeological treasures from the Arabic, Phoenician, Roman and Christian eras covering eons of years - think 3,000. This is where Pablo Picasso was born and his birthplace is open to the public, Casa Natal. You will find over 285 of Picasso's works in the Buenavista Palace.
Once you have done over the cathedrals and the new Carmen Thyssen Museum, then grab an espresso, sit in one of the many squares and watch the passing parade of humanity.
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