An overview of the best co-working, event, and meetings spaces in Prague

Here's a round up of some of Prague's best co-working spaces, meeting rooms, and event spaces

Raymond Johnston

Written by Raymond Johnston Published on 01.09.2020 15:06:00 (updated on 22.09.2020) Reading time: 6 minutes

Coworking spaces in Prague have rapidly evolved from shared offices with empty desks, an internet connection, and a corner coffee machine. A lot of energy and capital has been employed to develop co-working spaces that represent the future of working — some even include amenities like sleeping boxes, VR rooms, gyms, and an on-staff “happiness manager.”

In Prague in 2019 alone, several notable new co-working spaces opened. Among them, Spaces, spread over 3,500,000 square meters and a roof with castle views, WeWork, and Hubhub. In 2020, ImpactHub, Prague’s largest co-working network celebrated 10 years.

With Prague gaining traction as a major co-working capital, how to choose the best one for you?

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Choosing the best co-working space in Prague

Choosing a co-working space is a matter of finding the best fit, says Robert Vlach founder of the freelance community and author of The Freelance Way. “For an expat or an independent professional, the choice of a coworking space would likely be focused on location and people,” he says.


For those located outside of Prague, Vlach also mentions the opening of Telegraph Hub in Olomouc as a major contribution to the Czech coworking scene, while launched this year — a rural a coworking haven for a socially distant era.

Vlach suggests shopping around before you choose a shared office space: “I would advise anyone to visit two or three places before committing yourself to becoming a member,” he says. “Use a free-day pass wherever available to taste the community vibe — how friendly coworkers are, if it’s not too busy or dull for you, etc.”

Some of Vlach’s personal recommendations include Impact Hub K10, Sněmovní 7, Opero and Paper Hub in Paralelni Polis, though the city has many to choose from.

Paralelní Polis

Firm freelancer favorites

Impact Hub K10
Koperníkova 10, Prague 2–Vinohrady
Impact Hub K10 describes itself as an all-in-one office, coffeeshop, and incubator. The Prague venue, located in a Vinohrady villa with a large garden, is part of an international network of 100 hubs. Aside from providing a physical space, they organize and host events and programs. There is a second location, Impact Hub Impact Hub D10 (Drtinova 10, Prague 5–Smíchov).

Sněmovní 7
Sněmovní 7, Prague 1–Malá Strana
In the shadow of Prague Castle, the coworking space Sněmovní 7 is named after its address, so it should be easy to find. The historical building with an early 18th century Baroque remodeling by architect František Maxmilián Kaňka offers rooms with wood beam ceilings, stone pillars, a Gothic cellar and courtyard.

Salvátorská 8, Prague 1–Old Town
Opero has a modern design space, with various member options ranging from a locked office with administrative support to a seat for a flexible amount of time. There is also event space and meeting rooms.

Paper Hub
Dělnická 43, Prague 7–Holešovice
Paper Hub stresses its relaxed atmosphere. “We are all friends here, who mutually inspire each other and share our know-how. You can also look forward to enjoying an environment offering total freedom. … More than just being a place for productive and efficient work, Paper Hub also provides a space that will literally make you feel at home,” Paper Hub states on its website.

Paper Hub/ photo via Facebook

A new generation of co-working spaces

We Work
Národní 14, Prague 1–Nové Město
New to the Prague market is We Work, centrally located on five floors of the Drn building, near the National Theatre on Národní třída. The glass-fronted building is new and offers “highly functional design and down-to-earth community.” It is also close to metro and tram stops, and many food and shopping options.

We Work/ photo via Facebook

Na Perstyne 1, Prague 1–Nové Město
Karolinská 2. Prague 8–Karlín
Plzenska 18,
Prague 5–Smíchov
Originating in Amsterdam Spaces now has three locations across Prague in Smichov, Karlin, and the city center. In addition to offering office space, co-working, and meeting rooms, it offers a full program of professional events and hospitality services.

Spaces/ photo via Facebook

Na Příkopě 14–Old Town
Perlová 5, Prague 1–Old Town
The location at  Na Příkopě 14 near Wenceslas Square has offices, event spaces and conference rooms, as well as a game corner and sleeping boxes. The office at nearby Palác ARA has 5 floors of offices, fixed desks and flexible desks.

Plynární 10, Prague 7–Holešovice
The Polish coworking import has opened its branch in Holešovice, with options for private offices, hot desking, and events space.

Václavské náměstí 3–Prague 1–Nové Město
Pernerova 51, Prague 8–Karlín
With locations in Karlín and Wenceslas Square, Worklounge offers office rental and coworking for small and medium teams, as well as digital nomads and freelancers.

Best for telecommuting across time zones

Two spaces in Vinohrady are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This is convenient for people who have to communicate with North America or Asia.

Locus Workspace
Slezská 45, Prague 3–Vinohrady
is open around the clock for members. Day passes for non-members are limited weekdays during normal business hours. Lotus calls itself an English-language coworking space for “solo-workers: freelancers, writers, digital nomads, solopreneurs, and other remote workers and location-independent professionals.”

Slovenská Prague 2–Vinohrady
Located close to náměstí Míru, this space is open around the clock. They list target clients as digital nomads, startup founders and employees, young entrepreneurs, freelancers, bloggers, graphic designers, web developers, and programmers. Individuals who have outgrown the local coffee shop are invited, as well as small teams.

Unique alternatives

Radlická, Prague 5–Smíchov
This venue stresses it is for serious workers and not people who spend all day on social media. “With all the workers around we can promise you loads of inspirations. Nobody is wasting time on social media in here,” they say, adding there will be no cats jumping on your keyboard.

Argentinská 38, Prague 7– Holešovice
They don’t want to compete with large hubs and instead seek to offer technical equipment, coffee, cool music, comfort, and happiness for their members. “We advise you, we cheer you up, we hug you if you need,” they state.

Mam Prostor
U Teplárny 3, Prague 5–Košíře
in Košíře, Parents with children can find support at which has shared office space with rentable desks and meeting spaces, plus a mini-nursery and activities for children.

Pod Kapličkou 20, Prague 3–Žižkov
Something quite a bit different, the high-tech workshop FutLab has 3D printers to make prototypes, sewing machines, a laser, and an electronics workshop, as well as desk space and a relaxation zone. Their aim is to put tools that are normally out of reach into the hands of startup companies, artists, students, and others so they can create something tangible.

Řehořova 39, Praha 3–Žižkov
A café and gallery also has tables for working and a multifunctional space for workshops, courses, meetings and events. The space can be used empty or with tables and chairs. A flipchart, projector and sound system are available.

How much do they cost?

How much you’ll pay for a co-working space depends on a lot of factors. Number of hours per month is the most important element. The location and the type of space also figure in. A round-the-clock dedicated office in a restored historical building will cost a lot more than a flexible desk in a former warehouse.

Some places offer only month memberships, while others have options for short-term use. Flexible desks or hot desks on average are 60–200 CZK per hour or 200–400 CZK for a day pass while meeting rooms start at around 1,000 CZK an hour for something basic up to many times that for something in a more impressively decorated space.

Monthly memberships using hot desks range from around 300–500 CZK for a few hours to on average 1,900–8,500 CZK for unlimited usage. A fixed desk is generally slightly more expensive than a hot desk. A lockable unshared office will be in the neighborhood of 5,500–35,000 CZK per month.

Which Prague co-working space do you recommend and why?

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