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Networking Premium Rakovska

Sofia in Bulgaria 🇧🇬 and 1 other location        ✉️


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Amazing place! I wish I could live in Sofia and work there everyday. Emil (the co-founder) it’s a very inspiring entrepreneur. The whole place it’s a dream for digital nomads/freelancers/remote work. They have kitchen, commum spaces and very well located. I wish I can come back there soon.
This place is great for people who need a safe, modern, silent workspace. The design is up to date and even goes beyond today's standards which left me very pleased. Events could also be held there, the owners staff is nice and the prices are fair. The only tiny problem I had was with the small second floor area in the room with the paintings which had a very low ceiling. Would recommend 9/10
My first time at Networking Rakovska and so far it’s been a great experience, from the warm greeting to the detailed tour by Marina, to the clean and varied spaces for work. Everything is pretty well setup for a productive environment: quiet with enough nooks to hide if you want more privacy, multiple bathrooms on all floors, multiple kitchen spaces with hot and cold drinks, self-service snack station, and fridge if you brought your own lunch/dinner. Plenty of light, charging outlets, fast wifi, very convenient all around.
Nice collab space in the basement. Really liked the design. Good free coffee and a super cool mechanism to buy snacks to coffee with one click. Super useful conference rooms with good tvs sound isolation and layout. Worked with a team of 10 people comfortably. On the downside, maybe it it seasonal but WiFi was spiky and on really cold days it was a bit chill
Pretty much a delusion for a so called "Premium" coworking: - when checked in we were showed only the rooms downstairs: nice space, tables and chairs ok, but windowless underground room :-( and after one hour in the middle of us working the personel moved away our stuff because they needed the whole space to prepare the room for an event. - we were told to move to the last floor where most of the space is "private office", the available table we took was shaking and oversized for the room leaving us too little space to sit, the door accessing the room was also next to another table and not able to open completely, moreove the door (which was probably actually a window) risks to leave you locked inside the room... - the door connecting the upper floors to the entrance does not properly open from one side... - when we arrived we asked info about parking, we were asked to pay extra for the private parking despite being 4 people paying for the whole day use of the coworking, that might be ok, but when I asked for infos regarding parking in the streets they neither could provide any info about the area.
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