Housed in a towering testament to Rotterdam’s contemporary mentality, asymmetrical glass-and-concrete office space Regus Willemswerf is as on-trend as co-working comes. Vast, luxurious communal areas and a beautiful wooden spiral staircase encourage visitors to make themselves at home. It’s just as well that you need not stray far for a taste of the city’s cuisine: the impressive new lobby hosts a coffee bar and a first-rate restaurant. Once you’re done making new contacts and meeting deadlines, the city’s wealth of first-class museums await, including the excellent Maritime Museum, which is just 10 minutes away on foot. Even closer is the Mariniersmuseum, saluting the brave work done by the city’s marines during the Second World War. A two-minute walk away from the building, you can catch buses 32 and 47 from Rotterdam, Willemswerf bus station. And Rotterdam, Blaak station and metro stop is just 400 metres away, serving high-speed trains to Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam and Brussels, as well as subway lines A, B and C and tram lines 21 and 24.