Need a space to work for a day or a few hours but don’t want to pay for a monthly space? We’ve rounded up the five best pay-by-the-hour or day co-working spaces using the app croissant, which allows you to search coworking spaces in your area, as well as check-in or reserve spaces. This app also informs you on different amenities each coworking area provides to help you get the most out of your busy days in Paris. Using this app makes it quick and easy to find available spaces close to you!
Cool & Workers Dahomey
Cool & Workers Dahomey is very close to the Faidherbe-Chaligny metro stop. This co-working space provides a modern, cozy feel as well as an outdoor space at 4 euros/hour or 20 euros/day. Coffee is provided!
Planet Coworking @ La Popina
Planet Co-working @ La Popina is located at Rue Saint-Maur and charges 5 euros/hour or 15 euros/day. Planet Co-working provides self-serve coffee and an assortment of fruit and pastries as part of your fee. At night, it’s a bar and restaurant!
MyCowork Beaubourg is located in between the 2nd and 4th Arrondissements, by the Châtelet metro stop. This space offers unlimited coffee and tea. A unique thing about MyCowork is they also offer spaces over the weekend! Prices run from 4 euros/hour for 20 euros/day.
MyCowork Montorgueil is located by the Réamur-Sébastopol metro stop in the 2nd Arrondissement. This location offers computer monitors, conference areas, and self-serve coffee and tea. MyCowork Montorgueil offers space at 4 euros/hour or 20 euros/day.
Station W-Coworking @ Else Châtelet
Located near the Les Halles and Châtelet metro stops, Station Else does not only have a two-floor area to get work done, it also has an event space to rent! A unique thing to note about Station W is it does not charge by the hour, only the day at 15 euros.
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