15 Best Coworking Spaces in Paris

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Ahh, Paris. It’s the city of romance, art, culture, and… believe it or not, coworking! Yes, ‘The City of Lights’ is an excellent place for digital nomads and other freelancers. With its vibrant startup scene, there are many excellent coworking spaces in Paris, making it one of the best coworking destinations in the world.

Whether you’re looking for a quiet coworking spot to get some work done or a place with a lively social and networking scene, this European wonder has something for you.

I’m a full-time digital nomad and have visited Paris many times. As well as being a great place for nomads, it’s the perfect place to seek your next house or dog sit. It’s a fantastic city all around, and in this post, I’ll describe 15 of the best places to cowork in Paris.

15 Best Coworking Spaces in Paris

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Paris has a fairly developed coworking scene, with plenty of excellent coworking spots. In this post, I’ve included various options in different city areas, covering location, amenities, costs, and appeal. I hope you find it useful when you visit France.

1. HUBSY Arts et Métiers (3rd arr.)

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HUBSY Arts et Métiers is definitely one of the best coworking spaces in Paris. It’s functional, offering everything you need for a productive work session, but at the same time effortlessly stylish and trendy.

I really like the fact that you don’t need to pay extra to use the meeting rooms and phone booths, which is often the case at many other coworking spots. Food and drink are also included in the price, making it an even more attractive option for coworking in Paris.

The location is great – just a 5-minute walk from the popular Marais district, and close to several Metro stations, meaning that getting here is a breeze from most other parts of the city.

When your work is done, head over to the Little Red Door, my absolute favorite cocktail bar in Paris – it’s superb!

Address: 41 Rue Réaumur, 75003 Paris, FranceClick here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

HUBSY charges €25 for a day pass (or €21 if you’re a student). You can alternatively opt for unlimited access for €105 per week, or €330 per month.

Another great feature of this coworking spot is that you can pay in half-hour increments, which is ideal if you only need to use the space for a limited period of time. It costs €6 for the first hour, and then €2.50 per half-hour thereafter.

Amenities at HUBSY Arts et Métiers

  • Excellent specialty coffee (with non-dairy milk)
  • Free drinks, snacks, and fruit
  • Good range of comfortable and flexible seating options
  • Private booths, open tables, and couches
  • Call booths
  • Meeting rooms
  • Fast internet
  • Free printing

Pros of HUBSY Arts et Métiers

  • You can pay in half-hour increments
  • Productive working atmosphere
  • Delicious coffee
  • You don’t need to pay extra for meeting rooms, call booths, food or drink
  • Helpful, English-speaking staff
  • Fantastic location
  • Easy to access via the Metro
  • Student discount

Cons of HUBSY Arts et Métiers

  • Relatively expensive day pass
  • Can get crowded at peak times
  • Limited space
  • Some visitors have noted that the WiFi speeds can slow when it’s busy

2. MOZAIK Coworking Spaces Chaussée d’Antin (9th arr.)

Business people in a co working space

MOZAIK Coworking Spaces Chaussée d’Antin is another premium coworking hub in Paris. Nestled in the lively 9th Arrondissement, it’s housed inside a beautiful traditional Parisian building with gorgeous views.

The interior design is very chic, with colorful tiled floors, and exposed wooden beams, but provides all the functionality of a modern office.

It’s also close to a range of great bars and restaurants, with everything from sophisticated high-end places to casual hole-in-the-wall spots within a short stroll.

For some stylish retail therapy, I can also recommend checking out the nearby Galeries Lafayette Haussmann. This grand and iconic department store has an amazing art nouveau steel-framed glass dome roof and a huge number of different shops and boutiques.

Address: 41 Rue de la Chau. d’Antin, 75009 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

MOZAIK charges €330 for a monthly hot-desking membership, or €470 for a fixed desk in the open-plan office space. If you’d prefer your own private office, these start from €500 per month.

Day passes don’t appear to be available at the moment, but it’s always worth enquiring if you’re interested in trying out the space before committing to a longer term.

Amenities at MOZAIK Coworking Spaces Chaussée d’Antin

  • State-of-the-art meeting rooms
  • High-speed printers
  • Unlimited free printing
  • Mail delivery services
  • Fully-equipped kitchen
  • Fresh fruit baskets restocked regularly
  • Private phone booths
  • Comfortable seating options
  • Silent areas

Pros of MOZAIK Coworking Spaces Chaussée d’Antin

  • 24/7 access
  • Modern office facilities
  • Beautiful interior design
  • Efficient and friendly staff
  • Great location
  • Lots of dining and leisure options nearby
  • Good public transport connections
  • Stunning views of Paris
  • Lots of natural light
  • Spotlessly clean
  • Good value for money

Cons of MOZAIK Coworking Spaces Chaussée d’Antin

  • No day pass
  • Some of the rooms are a little small (which may be a pro or a con, depending on your preference)

3. La Permanence (5th arr.)

Co working space

La Permanence is a flexible and cost-effective coworking space. Located in the heart of the 5th arrondissement, this coworking space is a go-to for students, owing to its close proximity to various universities.

It’s a fairly no-frills place, but is also cheaper than many other coworking spaces in Paris, making it ideal for those looking for a place to be productive without breaking the budget.

That said, it has a comfortable, well-lit interior featuring all of the essential office equipment, such as printers, photocopiers, and scanners. And a strictly enforced silent zone helps to ensure that it’s a good place for undisturbed focus and concentration.

I love wandering around the 5th arrondissement. There are many attractive squares, little gardens, medieval churches, and other interesting places to explore.

Address: 2-4 Rue du Fer à Moulin, 75005 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost €20, or you can pay €10 for 5 hours. You can also buy 25 hours of access for €40 (valid for 90 days) or 43 hours of access for €60 (valid for 180 days).

Alternatively, unlimited-access memberships cost €150 for one month, €135/month for 3 months, €125/month for 6 months, or €110/month for a 12 month commitment. An additional student discount is available on these unlimited-access memberships.

Amenities at La Permanence

  • Fast and reliable WiFi connection
  • Access to printers, photocopiers, and scanners
  • Meeting room
  • Designated silent working zones
  • Cafeteria with fridge, microwave, coffee, and kettle
  • Large working tables with comfortable chairs

Pros of La Permanence

  • Open 24/7
  • Affordable pricing
  • Range of flexible membership options
  • Student discount available
  • Quiet atmosphere (good for focused work)
  • Well-maintained workspaces
  • Close proximity to universities
  • Supportive and responsive staff
  • Different working areas

Cons of La Permanence

  • The majority of the space is a silent working zone (not suitable for collaborative work)
  • Lack of places to take calls
  • One user reported an issue with mold in one of the rooms
  • No complimentary perks like free tea or coffee
  • Can get crowded at peak times
  • Some customers reported issues with billing

4. Greenspace Paris Coworking (11th arr.)

Co working space in a green environment

Greenspace may well be the coziest coworking space in Paris. It’s spread across three levels and offers a supremely calm and comfortable working environment.

As the name suggests, there’s a lot of green here – potted plants are positioned on every desk, green carpets cover the floors, green chairs are in abundance, and green artwork laces the walls. I really like this, the whole place gives off soothing nature vibes.

Located a stone’s throw from the iconic Place de la Bastille, it’s a great place if you want to be surrounded by the city’s rich history and vibrant culture.

To elevate the work experience, Greenspace not only offers all the staples like meeting rooms and chill-out areas, but they also have a range of wellness features including yoga classes and standing desks.

Address: 28 Rue du Chemin Vert, 75011 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Hot desking costs €335 per month in the open-plan “Le Patio” area. You can get a fixed desk for €420 per month, which also gives you 10 hours of meeting room access per month.

Greenspace doesn’t appear to offer day passes at the moment, but again, it’s always worth asking if this is something they could offer.

Amenities at Greenspace Paris Coworking

  • Fast and reliable WiFi
  • Range of working areas
  • Ergonomic office chairs
  • Meeting rooms
  • Chill-out areas
  • Free coffee
  • Yoga classes
  • Standing desks and treadmill/walking desks
  • Kitchen area
  • Air con

Pros of Greenspace Paris Coworking

  • Lots of greenery and natural light
  • Open 24/7
  • Located in a prime Parisian location close to the Bastille
  • Calm, focused environment
  • Professional yet relaxed atmosphere
  • Wellness features (including yoga classes and treadmill/walking desks)
  • Strong sense of community with lots of networking opportunities
  • Highly-regarded management team
  • A variety of workspaces suit different preferences

Cons of Greenspace Paris Coworking

  • Relatively expensive
  • No day pass
  • Limited fridge space
  • A few people have commented that the temperature could be warmer

5. Unicorners Café Coworking (3rd arr.)

group of friends working together in a co working space

Unicorners Café Coworking offers a unique blend of comfort, functionality, and community in the heart of Paris.

Located next to the Centre Pompidou – an architectural wonder that’s home to a vast library and one of the best and most famous collections of modern art in Europe – this is a great coworking space for those interested in exploring Paris’ extensive cultural offerings.

The interior is soothingly minimalist, with a functional yet cozy ambiance. It attracts a mix of local freelancers and digital nomads and is a great place to network with other remote workers.

The surrounding area close to Le Marais is also really beautiful and perfect for exploring on your lunch break. I love the maze of cobbled streets, secret alleyways, and attractive little corners.

Address: 67 Rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Unicorners is another coworking space in Paris that allows you to pay by the hour. It costs €6 for the first hour, then €3 for every 30 minutes thereafter.

Alternatively, you can pay €27 per day, €111 for a week, or €343 for a month. There’s also a discount for students.

Amenities at Unicorners Café Coworking

  • Fast and stable WiFi
  • Meeting rooms equipped with conference facilities and whiteboards
  • Printing and scanning facilities
  • Range of different workstations and seating options
  • Library
  • On-site cafe

Pros of Unicorners Café Coworking

  • Prime location next to Centre Pompidou
  • English-speaking, friendly staff
  • Bright space with plenty of natural light
  • Vibrant coworking environment
  • Lots of networking opportunities
  • Excellent range of office amenities
  • Free tea, coffee, and snacks
  • Range of flexible membership options
  • You can pay by the hour
  • Student discount available

Cons of Unicorners Café Coworking

  • Coffee isn’t as good as at some other places
  • No air conditioning
  • Can get noisy at busier times
  • The basement area is cold and damp, according to some reviews

6. 10h10 Coworking Café (3rd arr.)

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10h10 Coworking Cafe is one of the most unique coworking spaces in Paris. With its vintage 70s theme, this coworking space has a fantastic ambiance, full of retro charm and creativity.

Facilities include two cozy and colorful meeting rooms with modern conferencing facilities (contrasting with the retro 70s decor), a range of different workstations and seating areas, and free tea, coffee, and water.

The atmosphere is collaborative and dynamic, and the space regularly puts on social activities and events to help you get to know your fellow coworkers.

This great coworking space also has an excellent location, between Beaubourg and the Marais, in the fashionable 3rd Arrondissement. Le Carlie is an amazing underground bar just minutes away, housed inside an ancient vaulted stone cellar.

Address: 210 Rue Saint-Martin, 75003 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Access costs €6 per hour or €27 per day. You can alternatively get unlimited access for €300 per month.

Amenities at 10h10 Coworking Café

  • High-speed WiFi
  • A variety of workstations and shared desks
  • Comfy couches
  • Private meeting rooms
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Free tea, coffee, and water
  • Lockers for safe storage

Pros of 10h10 Coworking Café

  • Vintage, funky 70s theme
  • No need for pre-reservation
  • Dog-friendly
  • Welcoming, English-speaking staff
  • Regular social events
  • Fantastic location close to the Marais
  • Free beverages

Cons of 10h10 Coworking Café

  • Lack of ergonomic office-style seating
  • Lack of ventilation means it can get quite hot during the warmer months
  • Sometimes closes early for private events without clear prior notice
  • No barista coffee (self-serve machine only)
  • A few people have mentioned billing issues

7. Patchwork Taitbout (9th arr.)

co working outdoors

Patchwork is an upmarket chain of Parisian coworking spaces with 8 branches throughout the city. Their Taitbout branch, in the 9th Arrondissement (Paris’ theater district), offers a range of high-end facilities in a swanky converted townhouse.

Patchwork’s “thing” is that they design their coworking spaces to resemble luxury hotels. The staff are highly trained, and the decor is both immaculate and luxurious.

The interior is decked out with designer furniture, providing a blend of sophistication and warmth. There’s also a beautiful outdoor terrace, with lots of greenery and garden furniture, so you can either work outside during the warmer months or take a break and enjoy the fresh air.

It’s a hub for collaboration and networking, with remote workers from all over the world coming here on a regular basis.

Address: 50 Rue Taitbout, 75009 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Patchwork Taitbout offers both monthly hot desking memberships and private offices for rent. However, the price is only available upon request (you can book a visit via this page on their website).

Amenities at Patchwork Taitbout

  • Variety of workspaces
  • Fast WiFi
  • Private rooms for calls
  • Meeting rooms
  • Ergonomic chairs
  • Outdoor terrace with garden furniture and tables
  • Air conditioning
  • Free coffee and snacks
  • Showers
  • Events space
  • Parking for electric cars (something of a rarity in central Paris!)

Pros of Patchwork Taitbout

  • Central location
  • A variety of workspaces to choose from
  • Designer interiors offer a blend of luxury and comfort
  • Dedicated staff trained in luxury hotel service
  • Regular events and networking opportunities
  • A diverse group of professionals work here
  • Beautiful outdoor terrace

Cons of Patchwork Taitbout

  • Lack of transparent pricing
  • Can be busy at times

8. MyCowork Beaubourg (4th arr.)

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MyCowork Beaubourg is a great choice for those seeking a professional workspace in the center of Paris.

It’s located a couple of minutes’ walk from the Hôtel de Ville (the main City Hall), close to the north bank of the Seine. Lunchtime walks along the river? Tick.

The interior is comfortable, clean, and professional, designed with care to create a conducive work environment. The atmosphere is quiet and calm, ideal for those looking for a spot to focus and get into the zone.

For a quick and delicious lunch, head to BAOBAR just down the road where you can feast on some of the best steamed buns I’ve ever eaten.

Address: 5 Rue du Cloître Saint-Merri, 75004 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

This is another coworking space that allows you to pay hourly. It’s €5 per hour, or €25 for the whole day.

Alternatively, you can get a month of unlimited access for €300. Private offices start from €1,100 per month.

Amenities at MyCowork Beaubourg

  • Super-fast WiFi (500 MB/s fiber)
  • Comfortable workspaces
  • Meeting rooms
  • Phone booths
  • Free tea and coffee
  • Showers
  • Lockers
  • Sun terrace

Pros of MyCowork Beaubourg

  • It’s open 7 days per week (many coworking spaces in Paris aren’t)
  • Quiet environment which is good for focused work
  • Amazing central Paris location close to the river
  • Comfortable and well-designed interiors
  • Soundproof meeting rooms
  • Some of the fastest internet in the city
  • Friendly and supportive staff
  • Reasonable rates
  • You can pay hourly
  • Phone booths and lockers are available for free
  • A mix of local and international professionals working here
  • Great networking opportunities

Cons of MyCowork Beaubourg

  • Basement meeting rooms (no natural light)
  • Poor cell phone reception in downstairs areas

9. HUBSY République (10th arr.)

A cozy co workingspace

Another excellent offering from HUBSY, the République branch feels more like a work-focused coffee shop than a coworking space. But with the helpful addition of phone booths and meeting rooms.

The space itself used to be a grocery shop, and is light and airy, with floor-to-ceiling windows and a fantastic coffee bar complete with a high-end La Marzocco espresso machine.

Muted tones, potted plants, and lots of well-positioned lighting all help to ensure that the whole place feels calm and productive, but also relaxed and welcoming.

The location is great too, close to the Place de la République, the Canal Saint-Martin, and the Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est train stations. For a filling breakfast to set you up for the day, Holybelly is an excellent American-style breakfast diner just a couple of doors down.

Address: 9bis Rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost €25 a day (€21 for students). Weekly unlimited access costs €105 per week, and a month costs €330.

You can also pay in half-hour increments. It’s €6 for the first hour, and then €2.50 for every 30 minutes after that.

Amenities at HUBSY République

  • High-speed fiber internet
  • Free tea, coffee, and other specialty drinks (e.g. matcha)
  • La Marzocco espresso machine
  • Free snacks and fruits
  • 3 phone booths
  • Meeting rooms
  • Printers

Pros of HUBSY République

  • Good location close to several Metro stations and Gare de l’Est mainline station
  • Open and bright workspaces
  • Great coffee
  • Cozy coffee shop vibes
  • Friendly bilingual staff
  • You can pay hourly
  • Open 7 days per week
  • Student discount

Cons of HUBSY République

  • There isn’t a huge amount of space
  • Some people have complained about the service being sub-optimal
  • The standards of the coffee can vary

10. KWERK Bienfaisance (8th arr.)

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Contrasting wonderfully with HUBSY République’s muted coffee shop vibes, KWERK Bienfaisance looks more like a cross between an experimental cocktail bar and a 1960s nightclub.

The whole place is full of giant sculptures of animals and mythical creatures, housed in illuminated display cases. The interior lighting is low and moody, there are velvet sofas and textured walls.

There’s also a rooftop terrace offering fantastic views over the skyline of Paris, as well as a garden with (yet more) quirky sculptures.

Despite its more-than-slightly offbeat appearance, this coworking space has a fantastic range of modern office facilities. It’s a great option for digital nomads who want somewhere to work with all of the benefits of a traditional office but with a different feeling and vibe to it.

KWERK Bienfaisance even has its own on-site gym and yoga studio. It’s located close to the leafy Parc Monceau, which is a lovely place for a lunch break or a midafternoon stroll.

Address: 44-46 Rue de la Bienfaisance, 75008 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

KWERK offers monthly hot desking and dedicated desk memberships, as well as private offices for hire. However, their website doesn’t list the prices of these options, you need to enquire. Contact them here.

Amenities at KWERK Bienfaisance

  • Fast fiber WiFi
  • Kitchen facilities
  • Large boardroom-style meeting room
  • Gym and yoga studio
  • Barista coffee
  • Chill-out lounge
  • Garden and rooftop terrace

Pros of KWERK Bienfaisance

  • 24/7 access
  • Unique and eclectic interior design
  • Extremely artistic
  • Beautiful garden
  • Amazing views from the rooftop terrace
  • High-quality coffee with a dedicated barista
  • Good customer service

Cons of KWERK Bienfaisance

  • Some people may find the interior a bit too dark (it looks cool though!)
  • Lack of transparent pricing

11. WeWork Rue des Italiens (9th arr.)

A happy co work space

Part of the global WeWork chain, WeWork Rue des Italiens is located on a beautiful street with lots of historic architecture near the Palais Garnier opera house. One of my favorite wine bars in this area of Paris is the fantastically named Wine Therapy.

As with other WeWork locations, this spot offers a good mix of functionality and comfort, with a range of modern facilities including high-tech conference rooms, printers, and flexible working areas.

It’s pet-friendly and has a spacious rooftop terrace with great views over the city. This is also one of the only central Paris coworking spaces to offer parking for cars.

Address: 5 Rue des Italiens, 75009 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Access to WeWork Rue des Italiens is included as part of WeWork’s “All Access Plus” membership. This also gives you access to hundreds of other WeWork branches around the world and costs $299 USD/month (or $255 USD/month for new users for the first 6 months).

Alternatively, you can rent a private office at WeWork Rue des Italiens (prices available upon request). However, they don’t appear to offer dedicated desk memberships in this location at the moment.

Amenities at WeWork Rue des Italiens

  • Fast WiFi
  • A range of different working areas to suit various styles
  • Conference rooms
  • Phone booths
  • Office printers
  • Private offices available for hire
  • Chill-out lounges
  • Games area
  • Fitness and wellness room
  • Event space
  • Showers
  • Parking
  • Bike storage

Pros of WeWork Rue des Italiens

  • Free coffee
  • Dog-friendly
  • Great facilities
  • A mix of professional and leisure spaces
  • Central location
  • Parking available
  • Regular social and networking events
  • Helpful English-speaking staff
  • Amazing views from the roof terrace

Cons of WeWork Rue des Italiens

  • No dedicated desk memberships available at present

12. Cool & Workers Dahomey (11th arr.)

A happy co working space

Cool & Workers Dahomey is a trendy, comfortable coworking space in Paris’ hip 11th Arrondissement.

It’s housed inside a former private mansion and is spread out over 3 floors, offering a stylish and alternative place to get through some work. There’s lots of designer furniture and an inner courtyard/garden area where you can relax and get a spot of fresh air.

There’s a good range of different places to work from, both indoors and outdoors, and regular social events help to create a vibrant community atmosphere.

Address: 2 Rue du Dahomey, 75011 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

This coworking space costs €5 per hour, or €25 for a full day. A monthly hotdesking membership costs €250.

Amenities at Cool & Workers Dahomey

  • Fast fiber internet
  • Meeting rooms
  • Soundproof call room
  • Free coffee
  • Break-out area with sofas
  • Outdoor courtyard area

Pros of Cool & Workers Dahomey

  • Trendy East Paris location
  • Popular with hipsters (this could be a pro or a con)
  • Friendly staff
  • Free tea and coffee
  • Regular networking events
  • 24/7 access (private offices only)
  • Option to pay hourly
  • Relatively affordable

Cons of Cool & Workers Dahomey

  • The coffee is Nespresso (but free)
  • Slightly spartan interior
  • Parts of the space are a little dark
  • Limited snacking options
  • Lack of comfortable ergonomic furniture

13. La Cordée Gare de Lyon (12th arr)

A cozy working space

La Cordée is one of the best coworking spaces near Paris’ historic Gare de Lyon station.

This is a particularly casual, friendly workspace, and is popular with a diverse range of people, including local freelancers, digital nomads, and entrepreneurs. I particularly like their dedicated napping area, which is evidence of the space’s holistic work environment.

It’s a bit further out from the city center than many of the other coworking spaces on this list, which could be a pro or a con, depending on your preferences.

For a classy lunch or dinner in opulent old-fashioned surroundings, I can personally recommend the restaurant Le Train Bleu which is located inside the Gare de Lyon itself. You’ll feel like you’ve been transported back to another century!

Address: 61 Rue Traversière, 75012 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

You can either pay a monthly fixed membership fee of €42 and then €3.90 per hour (with a monthly ceiling of €359), or a non-member guest rate of €5.10 per hour. Either way, the price caps out at €359 per month.

Alternatively, a 3-month unlimited membership costs €323/month, 6 months costs €311/month, and 12 months costs €299/month.

They even offer a free trial day, so you can visit the space and get a feel for working here before parting with any money.

Amenities at La Cordée Gare de Lyon

  • Fast WiFi
  • Meeting rooms
  • Quiet spaces for focused work
  • Outdoor courtyard area
  • Napping area
  • Free coffee

Pros of La Cordée Gare de Lyon

  • Relatively affordable
  • Free trial day (this is quite rare)
  • Close to Gare de Lyon train station
  • Quiet work environment
  • The large glass roof gives plenty of natural light
  • Warm and friendly coworking community

Cons of La Cordée Gare de Lyon

  • It’s only open on weekdays from 9 am–5 pm
  • Meeting rooms are often occupied
  • It’s a little way out of the city center
  • Some of the workspaces are a little cramped

14. Level Coworking Café (5th arr.)

A busy happy co working space

Located just a stone’s throw from the iconic Panthéon and Sorbonne Université, Level Coworking Café offers a relaxed, cozy atmosphere perfect for getting your head down.

The decor is simple and functional, something midway between a cafe and a living room but with office facilities.

This space offers a good range of amenities, and being in the heart of the Latin Quarter means you’re close to many excellent cafes and bars. Teddy’s Bar is one of my favorites. Or, for something classier, you can head to Café de Paris V, a stylish and intimate piano bar.

Address: 11 Rue de l’École Polytechnique, 75005 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

The first hour costs €6, and then you pay €3 for every 30 minutes thereafter. Or, an entire day costs €27 (€22 for students).

You can alternatively pay €125 for 5 days, €219 for 9 days, €330 for 14 days, or €440 for 20 days.

Amenities at Level Coworking Café

  • Good range of seating (high seats, sofas, etc.)
  • Meeting rooms
  • Printers and scanners
  • Free drinks and snacks

Pros of Level Coworking Café

  • Good coffee
  • Great range of places to eat and drink nearby
  • Comfortable working environment
  • Pleasant ambiance
  • Quiet, focused atmosphere
  • Open 7 days a week
  • You can pay hourly
  • Student discount available

Cons of Level Coworking Café

  • Fairly expensive
  • No call booths
  • Not ideal for louder, collaborative work (unless you book a meeting room)

15. Coworking Republic (3rd arr.)

A focused freelancer in a co working space

Located in the iconic Marais district, Coworking Republic is housed inside a beautifully renovated 19th-century building and offers a blend of historic charm and contemporary functionality.

The interior is beautifully minimalist, flooded with natural light, and decked out in an industrial loft style, with high ceilings, oak tables, and plenty of plants.

It’s a friendly, family-run place and is relatively affordable given the super-premium location. The vibe is laid-back yet professional. And the best thing is they have a Super Nintendo for when your brain needs a break! (Yes, I’m a child of the 90s.)

Address: 59 Rue de Bretagne, 75003 Paris, France. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Pay-as-you-go access costs €5 per hour and caps out at €25 for the whole day. Monthly unlimited access costs €420 and allows you to access the space 24/7.

Amenities at Coworking Republic

  • Free snacks, tea, and coffee
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Fiber optic internet
  • Variety of workstations
  • Library
  • Chill-out area with a Super Nintendo
  • Conference rooms

Pros of Coworking Republic

  • Plenty of natural light thanks to the glass roof
  • Spacious and aesthetically pleasing
  • Lots of plants
  • 24/7 access (for monthly members)
  • Relatively affordable given the location
  • They have a Super Nintendo!

Cons of Coworking Republic

  • No air conditioning
  • Lack of dedicated call booths
  • Can get crowded during peak times

Best Coworking Spaces in Paris: FAQs

Here are some answers to commonly asked questions about the best coworking spaces in Paris:

What is coworking?

Coworking essentially means sharing a workspace with other people who don’t work for the same company as you. Coworking is popular with freelancers, entrepreneurs, digital nomads, and people who work for startups.

Are there free coworking spaces in Paris?

I’m not aware of any free coworking spaces in Paris. However, there are hundreds of cafes throughout the city where you can work, as long as you buy something every hour or two.

What’s the best coworking space in Paris?

There are many cool coworking spots in Paris, but HUBSY Arts et Métiers is one of my favorites.

How much does a coworking space cost in Paris?

Coworking spaces in Paris tend to cost around €20–€25 per day.

What are the working hours of French people?

People in France often start work around 8 or 9 am and finish between 4 and 6 pm, depending on their job.

What is the biggest Coworking space in Paris?

Spaces La Defense is the biggest coworking space in Paris, and also one of the largest in Europe.

In Closing

Paris is an incredible city with endless opportunities for digital nomads. Its buzzing atmosphere, fantastic bars and restaurants, beautiful architecture, and vibrant cultural scene make it a perfect place to settle while working remotely.

I hope this post helps you find the best coworking spot in Paris for you.

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Alex Tiffany

Alex is a former lawyer and lifelong lover of off-the-beaten-track travel. He is the founder of Just Go Exploring, a blog that aims to make adventurous travel accessible to all. As well as blogging, Alex works as a freelance travel writer, personal trip planner and travel consultant. He has a Law Degree from Oxford University and is a full-time digital nomad. Alex has lived and worked in many places around the world. Cities that he knows particularly well include London, Oxford and Mexico City.

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