Top 5 Coworking Spaces in Paris


Coworking spaces are becoming more popular every day, especially in Paris! The city of light has always seemed to fuel a certain inspiration and creativity, and where better to follow your dreams than a space designed and equipped for just that, working!

Whether you’re working freelance, need someplace to study, want more space for a team meeting, or just a quiet corner in the city, the various coworking spaces in Paris can be a great option! In this article I’ll be sharing with you the top 5 coworking spaces in Paris based on location, equipment and price. These are the spots where you can really get some work done!


Courtesy of Unicorners

Right in the middle of the Marais, you’ll find Unicorners. This is the perfect coworking spot in Paris if you love a cool vibe and artisan coffee. While Unicorners is a little pricier than some of the other options on my top working spaces in Paris, it’s definitely worth a little extra. And it’s still very affordable.

Prices start at €5 per hour for the first hour, then €1 per additional 15 minutes (so that’s €4 for every additional hour). If you plan to stay awhile, the day pass for €20 will be your best option. These prices include unlimited access to their coffee bar, where you can order espresso, oat lattes, even matcha drinks! And there’s an array of healthy snacks with savory and sweet options.

The bright open space features cozy, minimalist decor and lots of green plants, which are supposed to be good for concentration! They have great meeting/conference rooms available too, either by the hour or by the day. Each room is equipped with a projector setup, and everything you need for a successful meeting.

Unicorners also has their own kitchen and offers lunch and dinner buffet options. There’s even an apéro menu, definitely worth checking out if you’re working in the early evening.

unicorners – 67 rue beaubourg 75003
open monday through friday from 9:00 to 20:00
Saturday from 10:00 to 19:00

MAKOM Coworking

Courtesy of MAKOM

Located on a busy street between Place de Clichy and Gare saint-Lazare, it’s easy to overlook MAKOM. But if you have some work to do in Paris and are looking for some peace and quiet, this place is definitely worth a visit. The design concept and fresh interior on the ground floor inspire productivity, and there’s a basement level with conference rooms and more work space.

MAKOM is also pretty affordable, for €5 per hour you have access to unlimited coffee, tea and snacks. If you want a day pass, it’s €25, so this is the best option if you plan on staying 5 hours or more.

If you have a meeting to host or a group project to work on, head to the conference rooms downstairs. The rooms are equipped with a whiteboards, projectors, and televisions. They are available for €30 an hour, and can accommodate up to 8 people.

Makom coworking – 81 rue d’Amsterdam 75008
open Monday through thursday from 9:30-21:00
friday and saturday from 10:30-20:00
sunday from 11:00-19:00


Station W

Courtesy of StationW

Station W offers some of the most original coworking spaces in Paris, and focuses on fostering a creative, freelance community within the space. Since their goal is a long-term community, they only offer monthly passes. So this chain of coworking spots in Paris is perfect if you’re planning on working in the city on a long-term basis.

Station W has 7 different coworking locations all over Paris, each one offering something a little different. In addition to the regular staples like unlimited access to a coffee bar and high speed internet, all the stations from Gare de Lyon to Père Lachaise are unique. For example, the Pigalle location incorporates temporary art exhibitions, so it feels like part art gallery, part workspace. At the Canal Saint-Martin station, they’ve incorporate a concept store to the coworking space. Their Père Lachaise location even has babysitting available.

A month pass will cost you €129, which seems pretty steep. But that’s actually less than €5 per day! So if you’re going to be doing some serious coworking in Paris, this pass is definitely worth it. With the pass you get unlimited access to all the Station W locations, an unlimited gym membership with Neoness, as much free coffee as you can drink, and even free access to a printer.

Each location has different opening hours and various advantages. So have a look at all their offers online to see what suits you best!



La Permanence

Courtesy of La Permanence

La Permanence is open 24 hours a day, and is by far the most affordable option of my top 5 coworking spaces in Paris. The low prices and proximity to lots of universities makes La Permanence especially popular with students. It’s set in the heart of Paris’ 5th arrondissement and student area, just a couple minutes’ walk from La Sorbonne.

As with most coworking spaces, you pay by the hour, and depending on the time of day you visit you’ll pay between €1 and €1.50 per hour. You can reserve a private meeting room from just €5 an hour.

While this place my not offer unlimited access to artisan coffee and snacks, they’ve still got the essentials. A Nespresso coffee machine is available and there are lockers to store your stuff. But for me, the best part of La Permanence is that they have printers, copiers and scanners available for you to use. And it costs almost nothing, really. If you’re living in Paris, you know what a luxury it is to have these machines available to you!

There’s also a second location, in Paris 14th arrondissement, near Alésia. This one is slightly bigger and also open 24 hours.

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la permanence – 2 rue du fer À moulin 75005
48bis rue d’alésia 75014
Open 24h/7