About Outsite

Coliving spaces, community, and services designed for remote professionals, freelancers and creatives.

What is Outsite?

Outsite was founded in 2015 to serve a new segment of location flexible professionals looking to integrate their life and their work.

From the simple seed of an idea - to live and work in beautiful locations surrounded by interesting people - Outsite was born.

Outsite’s mission is to create a world where everyone can design and live their best lives, with the freedom to live and work anywhere.

Outsite is a trusted platform dedicated to providing community, spaces and services for the remote work era.

The Outsite experience is threefold: we offer access to coliving/coworking spaces, a community of interesting people, and curated services to make the remote work lifestyle easier.

Outsite currently has 24 spaces in urban, coastal and alpine locations around the world.

To best serve our customers, each Outsite features the right amenities and design to make each stay as productive, restorative, social, or fun as you desire.

We envision a world where people have the freedom to live and work, anywhere.


Founded in Santa Cruz, California


Members from all over the world


Coliving Spaces over 3 continents

Our Values

These are the values that drive the work we do at Outsite. Read our Code of Conduct to see how our Values play out at Outsite.


Outsite creates open and supportive environments where you can form authentic relationships, find a sense of belonging, and truly integrate into a like-minded community. Open events, community managers and tight-knit local communities create the ideal platform for building your own personal network.


We are guided by a shared value system of mutual respect which promotes transparency, honest interactions and a safe environment. We are creating a network of trusted spaces, communities and people, open for new collaborations and connections.


The remote work revolution allows individuals to act in ways they haven’t previously believed to be possible. We aim to support and enable people to define their own way of life. We believe people are at their best when they can live life on their own terms.


Diversity allows us to develop more empathy and deeper connections. This is an inclusive community, built by and designed for people from a wide variety of different cultures and backgrounds.


We are building a resilient business, ready to adapt to a changing world. Each decision we make is made with our team, our customers, and our local communities in mind.

Slow Living

We support practices that sustain individuals, communities and economies, long term. By integrating into local communities, slow travel can become a sustainable endeavour, enjoyed by present and future generations.

Meet the Outsite Team

Our team is diverse, global and (almost) 100% remote.

Emmanuel 🇧🇪


Liz 🇵🇷


Stijn 🇧🇪


Dani 🇨🇱

Head of Design

Britt 🇺🇸

Project Manager

Rebecca 🇬🇧

Head of Content

Sebastiao 🇵🇹

Operations Manager - Portugal

Christina 🇺🇸

Head of Guest Experience

Brandon 🇺🇸

Expansion Manager

Jen 🇦🇺

Guest Experience Consultant

Leo 🇦🇹


Amir 🇮🇷


Colin 🇨🇦

Head of Growth

Tamara 🇧🇷

Guest Services Support

Anthony 🇫🇷

Head of Expansion - Europe

Claire 🇫🇷


Lindsay 🇺🇸

Guest Services Support

Navah 🇬🇧

Community Lead

Anna 🇮🇹

Interior Designer

How does it work? 

Outsite offers a practical solution for remote professionals, freelancers and creatives looking to travel, work, and forge meaningful connections around the world. Currently, this includes coliving spaces, community, and services designed for remote professionals. Make sure to check out our guide for using Outsite to see how coliving can work for you.


Please send Press Enquiries to press@outsite.co.


In the News

Hawaii offers appeal to remote workers
'Henry Villiers’ job as a visual designer for Google has allowed him to become a nomad, who works remotely in some of the most beautiful places in the world. Outsite’s Hawaii lodging came on his radar after COVID-19 hit and most tech companies, including Google, became more insistent that their remote-working employees stay in the U.S. Villiers, who had visited Hawaii as a tourist in the past, knew the destination would fuel his passion for surfing and that there was “no more diverse location than Hawaii within the U.S.”
Star Advertiser
The rise of 'coliving' in Europe – a first-hand account from Portugal
'The spaces are designed expressly for remote workers and creatives, frequently giving access to separate ‘coworking’ cafe-style offices, coming with super-fast wi-fi and access to a ‘community’ of other creatives living in the same city.'
The Telegraph
Could Tulum be this year's hotspot for digital nomads?
'Tulum's popularity with remote workers is only going to grow, especially with traditional nomad hotspots like Bali closed for the foreseeable future. Easy visas and scenic beaches aside, Georgia explains why Tulum draws in a particular type of digital nomad, too. "It's definitely the lifestyle in Tulum. Many of the people here are heavily invested in health, wellness, and spirituality. There's a certain magic about the place - it's easy to stumble across sound baths, meditations, and temazcal ceremonies - and this might all be on a Wednesday after work."
Lonely Planet


Questions? Feedback? Get in touch with us here.


Have a question? Find your answers here.

General Inquiries

For general inquiries, fill in our question form.

Reservation Inquiries

For questions about new or existing reservations, email us at reservations@outsite.co

Our Partners

Buffer logo
cloud peeps logo
dnx logo
escape the city logo
patagonia logo
jaswig logo
million for work flexibility logo
noon pacific logo
perk hub logo
indosole logo
remotive logo