Please note: If a space hasn’t opened yet for the day, it will display as ‘closed’ on the Deskpass app and website until they open for the day. Of course, as a member, you can still make a reservation for that day and then arrive once the space is open.

Another example might be if you are reserving a space the night before (say, it is Monday night and you are reserving for Tuesday). In this case, the space’s profile will display as ‘closed.’ This is because the space has already closed for the day. You will still be able to access the coworking space in the morning during their normal business hours.

If A Space Is Unavailable For Reservations

As background, Deskpass does not own or operate the spaces listed on our network. We built the convenient, affordable membership service that allows our members to easily have access to spaces all over the world, and then we invited great workspaces to join the network. 

As such, each space completes their own profiles, and chooses their own availability for drop-in coworking.

Spaces can input an individual blackout date, or, have a recurring closed day, based on their space operations.

Although most spaces are open all week, there may be a few spaces that have closed off days during the week and this may be for a variety of reasons:

  • Special event that day

  • Staffing issues or changes that day

  • Renovations or improvements occurring on-site

  • Temporarily Unavailable due to Covid restrictions imposed by the space

Also, in some cases, a space may be full and not have any seats available for drop-in coworking on certain days.

When a space is full, we do our best to ask them if there are any alternative arrangements such as closing off only their most busy days and having 1 or 2 days open still for drop-in coworking (for ex: Thursdays and Fridays which are typically less busy days for spaces). Many times, this will allow the space to remain on the Deskpass network, and for our members to still get access to a space that may be full on other days of the week.

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