Mixed-used hotel operator Kerten Hospitality opens co-working concept in Jeddah

Ouspace Bakheet marks the entry of the co-working brand in to the Middle East, with more in the pipeline

Kerten Hospitality, Ouspace, Co-working space, Jeddah

Mixed-use operator Kerten Hospitality has opened its first Ouspace in the Middle East, with the launch of its serviced offices and business club in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Ouspace Bakheet, located in the Bakheet headquarters, is an 850 square metre co-working office space and business club offering office spaces for entrepreneurs, freelancers, remote employees and corporate businesses of all sizes for short- and long-term let.

Spread over two floors, Ouspace Bakheet is open, flexible and convertible, with private and shared office spaces, a business lounge, meeting zones and event rooms, as well as multi-purpose social areas and a premium café. The club is accessible 24/7, with office attendants, business support, postal services, event planning, advanced technical assistance and round-the-clock helpdesk provided.

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Various membership packages are available, from the duration of one day to one year, with move-in available the day after sign-up and the flexibility to go from renting a desk or an office to an entire floor.

Members at Ouspace Bakheet will benefit from hotel and dining discounts and complimentary gym and Ouspace access at The House Hotel Jeddah, a mixed-use development also operated by Kerten Hospitality, which is set to open in Q4 this year.

In addition to the launch of the two Ouspace clubs in Jeddah, there are another 10 Ouspace developments in the pipeline including upcoming openings in Bucharest, Budapest, Cairo, Dubai, Istanbul, Marrakech, Riyadh and Tbilisi.

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