Is your smartphone battery about to die? In a hurry for a last minute work session? Looking for a quiet spot to get your work done? Don’t panic, here’s a few places we picked for you.
>Café Craft, the chic coffee shop. By the Canal Saint-Martin in East Paris, a modern and very chic setting for a work session (for hours if you need), an informal business meeting with a great coffee or the famous house cappuccino. WiFi access. Possible breakfast and lunch as well. Read what people say about this place. Where? 24 Rue des Vinaigriers, 75010 Paris. Metro stops: Gare de L’Est (Lines 4 & 5), Jacques Bonsergent (line 5) & Colonel Fabien (line 2). When? Everyday from 9am (10am on Sundays) to 7pm.
>KBCafeshop – South Pigalle, the trendy relax work session. A relax and trendy place to work in very lively Martyrs street. Excellent kitchen (American (Traditional), Breakfast, British, Brunch, Fast Food, French, Sandwiches, Soul Food and Vegetarian) and home made coffee. WiFi access. Where? 53 avenue Trudaine & 62 rue des Martyrs, 75009 Paris. Metro stop: Pigalle (Lines 2 & 12) or Anvers (Line 2). When? From Monday to Friday, 7:30am to 6:30 pm and from Saturday to Sunday 9:00am to 6:30pm.
>AntiCafé Beaubourg, the entrepreneur venue. “Pay for the time, the rest is free”. Close to museum Centre Pompidou, in a start-up company atmosphere, come have a coffee or tea, charge your phone and laptop, send a few emails thanks to the powerful wifi and relax (total: 4 euros an hour). There’s also a printer and a scan. Where? 79 Rue Quincampoix, 75003 Paris. Metro Stop: Rambuteau (Line 11). Official website.
>Xoopar, the brand new battery bar. At the BHV Marais, in front of City Hall, you can now ask for your free portative battery that you can use while shopping or walking around in one of the biggest and must-see Paris department store on Right Bank. They will ask for your ID in exchange and they are totally trustworthy. Bring the battery back when you leave the building. Where? BHV Marais, 36 Rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris. Metro Stop: Hôtel de Ville (Lines 1 and 11).
You’ve been to other spots like this one in Paris? Please let us know in the comments below.