What is usually included in the price of a serviced office?

Serviced offices offer a complete office solution that is ready to use. Operators of serviced offices are responsible for the day-to-day management of the property, including maintaining the building and the office space. The price for a serviced office includes many common and basic amenities needed to do business. Serviced office providers generally provide shared services and facilities to tenants, including kitchens, meeting spaces and boardrooms, and staffed reception areas. Common or shared IT and communications, cleaning and mail services may also be provided. These additional services may be charged according to use or may be included in the price. Packages may be offered with different levels of services and amenities that meet individual business requirements.

At a minimum, the price for serviced offices includes basic rent and utility charges, including heating and lighting costs. Additional amenities and services may or may not be included depending on the operator and type of contract. Telecommunication infrastructure is generally included with serviced offices, and telephone and internet services are often included in the price. However, certain shared office operators may cap telephone and internet use. Additional fees are levied when a capped amount is exceeded. Furniture is also typically included in the price of a serviced office that is furnished, although some serviced offices may be unfurnished. Workstations as well as chairs, tables and filing cabinets are common items that are included. Computers are typically not provided, although some shared office operators may include them in the base price.

The specific amenities and services included in the price of a serviced office will often depend on individual operators. Certain operators may offer pay-per-use facilities, such as conference rooms, meeting rooms and kitchen facilities rather than include the use of these facilities in the basic fee or rent. Business services may also be provided on a pay-per-use basis rather than as part of the base price for the shared office, including reception and mail services. Certain shared office providers may also include catering services and stationary supplies as standard or pay-per-use. Exact billing options and costs will vary depending on the operator.

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