TSH Collab | Co-working and a bit more.
You might remember this article about The Student Hotel dated last year. Well, maybe you weren’t sleeping under a rock, but we certainly did. The Student Hotel renovated the place, and now they got a brand new restaurant/bar with the most stunning interior design and the T is; They also created the TSH Collab. Sit back, and relax because we are going to tell you all about that space.
The Student Hotel is not only a place for students as the name suggest. It is a communal hotel for expats, business traveler, tourist, and students. Since it is also a place for students, they have their rooms where they can study in silence, relax (they have a game room!) and even work out.
TSH collab is a sperate part of the floor. If you are looking for a flex desk or even a small furnished office, this is the place. When we visited, we already had a good feeling about this place. Besides all the designer stuff that we wanted to bring home, it has the natural light that we all are craving for. We loved it because there are enough nooks and crannies where you can hang out; From the big table in the center to the little niche in the back to that king-king size bed. The vibe is by far the most relaxed that we have encountered.
The interior design of the co-working and the offices are well-thought through. It is not too informal but also not that formal on the other hand. Furthermore, even though that the desks are right next to each other, you still have the sense of privacy.
When you are a member here, you can enjoy all kinds of perks. Free flow of coffee and tea, use of the gym an even a healthy lunch with a discount. They don’t joke around about the lunch; it is wholesome, the servings are big enough, and the price-quality ratio is surprisingly good.
This article is written in Rotterdam but you can also find them elsewhere in The Netherlands and even in Europe. If you want to know more; check it out here.
The interior design of the co-working and the offices are well-thought through. It is not too informal but also not that formal on the other hand. The rooms are basking in natural daylight, and the vibe is by far the most relaxed that we have encountered.