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Cosy Corner in Paris

Private / Coworking Space
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Coffee coffee and tea are for free, juices from organic fruits, homemade cakes and delicious sweets also
Tea coffee and tea are for free, juices from organic fruits, homemade cakes and delicious sweets also
Food take-away or indoor cold lunch can be ordered from out side
Seating Capacity 80
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords co working cosy corner, Has Food, Natural Light, Has Power
Web www.cosycorner.work  

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THE BEST COWORKING PLACE IN TOWN ! IN PARIS CENTER - CHATELET

Friendly like a café, convenient like an office, quiet like a library and welcoming just like home,
Cosy corner is a coworking space where coffee and tea are for free, juices from organic fruits, homemade cakes and delicious sweets also.

Whether you stay for an hour, a day, or a month; to work, to read or to daydream,
you pay only for the time you spend.
Starting at 4 €.


  • Nice place, calm and huge amount of space available. 5€ per hour, 24€ per day.

  • Great place to work from. Super fast wifi. broolehurford said it all. I’ll be there many times on my trip.

  • I loved working at this coworking space. They have tables upstairs, inside and outside. You can face the street traffic and you are in a very central part of Paris. There are also conference style rooms and lounge chairs downstairs. You pay hourly, when I was here it was 5 euros an hour. With that you get free snacks, coffee, tea, and water. Amazing internet, and was at least 10 – 15 other people working there 🙂

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