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Puerto Vallarta has a booming digital nomad scene with great coworking spaces and cafes throughout the city. This Puerto Vallarta coworking guide will help you find the best spots!
While the WiFi generally works well in most apartments, sometimes you need a break from working at home. Coworking spaces and cafes can also be a great place to meet other nomads and try some of the delicious coffee and food the city offers.
Here are the best coworking spaces and cafes in Puerto Vallarta with fast WiFi, good food, and a social atmosphere to meet other digital nomads.
Coworking Spaces in Puerto Vallarta
- Address: Morelos 101-Local 3B, Centro, 48300 Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Mexico – get directions here.
- Hours: The official hours of Vallarta CoWork are 9 am – 5 pm, Monday to Friday, but they have a Smart-Entry system allowing monthly members 24/7 access.
Vallarta Cowork was the first coworking space in Puerto Vallarta and is one of the most popular in the city. It’s centrally located in El Centro, next to Isla Cuale and steps away from the Malecon.
Inside, you can find shared tables, private rooms for meetings, phone booths, lockers, and a dreamy outdoor space with hammocks to chill out on when you need a break. It also has AC which you’ll appreciate during the hot, dry season.
Internet speeds are excellent – I tested up to 120MB download. Once you’re a member, you can access the space 24/7, which is great if you need to work late. There’s also usually a cute dog here.
It’s got a kitchen so you can bring food from home, but don’t worry if you forgot to pack a lunch as there are tons of great restaurants nearby.
As a bonus, Vallarta Cowork offers regular lunch outings and events to help you get to know fellow nomads.
The cost for a hot-desk membership is 2900 pesos per month (145 USD), 2310 pesos for a 15-days, or 1160 pesos per week.
I went here for a week, but as it was located on the opposite end of town than I lived in, I didn’t continue with my membership. That said, I know a lot of digital nomads in Puerto Vallarta who love this place!
- Address: Mérida 75d, La Vena, 48310 Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Mexico – get directions here
- Hours: 8 am-10 pm, closed on Sundays.
Natureza Cowork is a great option for digital nomads living in Versalles as it’s on the main road, just a few minutes walk from the neighborhood. It’s actually a cafe with a small shared coworking room upstairs.
It’s one of the cheapest places for coworking in Puerto Vallarta. You can get a monthly membership for 1900 pesos or 200 pesos (10 USD) per day. When I went there in 2021, we negotiated a cheaper monthly package for 900 pesos without some of the perks (just the space), but I’m not sure if they are still doing that.
While it’s one of the most affordable, it’s also pretty basic. The cafe underneath is nice, but the upstairs coworking space is relatively small. So if someone is talking, you’ll hear the entire conversation.
Natureza Cowork also lacks natural light, but the internet speeds are fast, and it’s open until 10 pm. They have good coffee, and the staff will bring you drinks and food upstairs to the coworking space which is a nice perk.
You can also work for free from the downstairs cafe, but last time I went, they were only giving out two-hour WiFi access codes. So if you’re looking for a cafe, I’d recommend one of the other options below.
- Address: Insurgentes 108, Zona Romántica, Emiliano Zapata, 48380 Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Mexico – get directions here
- Hours: Monday to Friday, 7 am to 7 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 11 am to 7 pm (10 pm for monthly members).
The location is excellent, within walking distance of bars, restaurants, shopping, and beaches when you’re done with work.
They offer air conditioning, reliable 100mb+ fiber optic internet with VOIP access, a conference room, free coffee, lockers, and community.
The price is cheaper than Vallarta cowork, with monthly memberships starting at 1750 pesos (85 USD) or 200 pesos for a day pass
They also have a pack of 10-day passes for 1000 pesos which is a great option if you’re coming and going from the city and don’t want to commit to a month.
Best Coworking Cafes in Puerto Vallarta
If you don’t want to join a Puerto Vallarta coworking space but need a change of scenery from home, check out some of these great cafes for coworking in Puerto Vallarta.
Please be respectful when visiting; don’t just buy one coffee and sit there all day. I try to get something every 90 minutes when I’m working from a cafe.
- Address: Calle Milán #255, Versalles, 48310 Mexico, Jal., Mexic – get directions here
- Hours: 8 am – 3 pm, closed Wednesday
Miscelanea Vallarta is a beautiful cafe in Versalles that’s great for coworking. They have plugs everywhere, good internet speeds, pleasant background music, and friendly staff that don’t seem to mind you working there for the day.
They offer a full breakfast and lunch menu with many vegan options and delicious coffee drinks. I love the iced lattes and detox juices after a big weekend in Puerto Vallarta!
The worst part about Miscelanea is that it’s only open from 8 am – 3 pm, so it can be inconvenient if you need to work late. That said, it’s a good excuse to take an early afternoon and hit one of the beautiful beaches nearby.
The Green Place
- Address: Calle Honduras 309, 5 de Diciembre, 48350 Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Mexico – get directions here
- Hours: 9 am-9:30 pm—closed Sundays.
They have a full vegan menu with delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner options that change throughout the day. Even if you’re not working, I recommend coming here to try the food.
The inside has a lovely ambiance with lots of natural lights, beautiful wall art, and good internet speeds (I tested 47 MB download and 8 MB upload).
It’s a perfect place to cowork in Puerto Vallarta because they have a dedicated table for coworking, which is perfect for meeting other digital nomads. In addition, the staff are very friendly, and I’ve never had a problem working there all day.
- Address: Calle Honduras 218, 5 de Diciembre, 48350 Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Mexico – get directions here
- Hours: 8 am-5 pm, closed Sundays
Calmate is another cute veggie-friendly cafe in 5 di Diciembre. The staff are fantastic, the food is delicious, and the internet works well (I tested 40MB download). It’s a popular spot for coworking, so you’re likely to run into other digital nomads here!
The only downside of Calmate is that it doesn’t have AC, so it can become very hot during the summer months. However, it’s a perfect place for cowork if you’re visiting Puerto Vallarta during high season.
A Page In The Sun
- Address: Lázaro Cárdenas 169, Zona Romántica, Emiliano Zapata, 48380 Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Mexico – get directions here
- Hours: 7 am – 11 pm daily
A page in the sun is a cute cafe/bookstore in Zona Romantica. They’ve been around for over 20 years, offering an extensive menu of cakes, cookies, brownies, homemade bread, sandwiches, smoothies, and hot and cold drinks.
Internet speeds are great – I tested 73MB download. What makes this place unique is that they have a massive selection of books that you can borrow from the shelves if you need to take a break from work, as well as a small art gallery to enjoy.
- Address: Lázaro Cárdenas 311, Zona Romántica, Emiliano Zapata, 48380 Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Mexico – get directions here
- Hours:8am – 8pm Monday-Saturda, 8am-5pm Sunday
Litten Brod is a Danish Bakery in Zona Romantica that offers fresh sandwiches, smoothies, and many delicious coffee drinks. The inside is clean and modern, and they offer AC which is rare.
They also have an outside area, WiFi labeled on the wall, and easy-to-access plugs. I loved working from here, especially when the weather became too hot to work in cafes without AC.
Vivero Wine Bar
- Address: Costa Rica 1326, 5 de Diciembre, 48350 Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Mexico – get directions here
- Hours: 10 am-12 am Tuesday-Sunday, closed Mondays.
I discovered Vivero Wine Bar when I returned to Puerto Vallarta in winter of 2022, and it quickly became one of my favorite cafes for coworking. While it’s actually a lively wine bar at night, many remote workers go there to work during the day.
The setting is beautiful – it’s an open-air space with so much natural light and plants. The staff are great (a former blogger owns it), there are lots of plugs, tables, and overall I found it to be a great environment to work in.
And when you’re done with work, you can celebrate with a glass of wine!
That’s it – the best coworking spaces in Puerto Vallarta! Did I miss any of your favorite places? Let me know in the comments below so I can add them to the list!
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