Office Space for Rent France | Serviced Offices | Commercial Property for Rent

Find your next office

Search & compare over 10,000 offices across the world

Popular searches: Paris, Lyon, Lille, Marseille, London

How can Instant Offices help you?

Why should you choose office space in France?

In addition to its exceptional positioning for businesses that need to service European countries, France offers new and established businesses a unique combination of benefits that is making taking up office space in the country more and more attractive.   

Sitting comfortably in the list of the top 10 largest economies in the world, France offers a highly skilled and diverse workforce, one of the biggest contributing factors to its status among the largest economies in Europe. 

Industrial and commercial business in France is well-established and diverse, with large portions of its national GDP coming from industry, agriculture and energy. Tourism is also a key contributor to the GDP, with cities like Paris being among the most visited places on earth. France offers more than just tourist havens though, with the Île-de-France area standing as the second wealthiest and largest regional economy in Europe. 

Indeed, France’s complex and fast-moving market is a highly attractive prospect for businesses across many different industries. Talk to one of our expert consultants now for reliable, professional advice on finding the right office space in France. 

Discover our locations

Temple Gate

Opposite Temple Meads Station, all-inclusive package: telephony, broadband, meeting rooms and award-winning service.

Read more

King Street

On King Street, 8,500 sq ft of modern serviced office and conference space on flexible terms, from one workspace to 100.

Read more

Tampines Grande

Near Tampines MRT Station, state-of-the-art facilities, spaces to suit your business, flexibility and excellent service.

Read more

Lower Castle Street

Central Bristol, furnished offices, meeting rooms, instant occupancy, no start-up costs, and flexible agreements.

Read more

Pedder Street Central

Hong Kong
Central Hong Kong, and feature-rich, this centre has been designed for a one to four-person company on a tight budget.

Read more

  • Jump To: France
  • Popular cities
  • Popular countries
  • Area guides
    • Paris

      Paris is the thriving capital of France with one of the largest GDPs in the world and a diverse economy.

    • London

      One of the world's major financial centres, and a vibrant city for tech innovation, design, and fashion.

    • New York

      A global power city, and a world leader in technology, finance, entertainment and fashion.

    • Singapore

      A major commercial hub and financial centre, Singapore is home to one of the top five busiest ports in the world.

    • Hong Kong

      A global financial centre characterised by low taxation and free trade, Hong Kong is a prime business destination.

    • Dubai

      An IT, finance, transport and tourism hub, Dubai provides businesses with valuable access to the Middle East market.

    • Sydney

      Sydney boasts Australia's largest economy and is a leading Asia-Pacific financial hub.

    • Melbourne

      Australia's second largest city, Melbourne has a diversified economy with leading industries in finance, manufacturing and IT.

    • Bristol

      Bristol is one of the largest centres of employment, education and culture in the UK.

    • Dublin

      Dublin is the economic centre of Ireland and a major hub for education, business and industry.

    • Manchester

      With the third largest metropolitan economy in the UK, Manchester is the ideal place to do business.

    • Birmingham

      A major international commercial centre, Birmingham's thriving economy is dominated by the service sector.

    • Brisbane

      Brisbane is the capital of Queensland, with a strong industrial sector.

    • Leeds

      Leeds is one of the largest legal centres in the UK, and is dominated by the finance, insurance and banking industries.

    • Doha

      Doha is both the capital and the economic hub of Qatar, home to some of the country’s biggest oil and gas companies.

    • Perth

      Perth is home to over 780 Australian Stock Exchange listed companies, more than any other capital city in Australia.

    • Frankfurt

      Frankfurt is the largest financial centre in continental Europe and ranks among the world’s leading financial hubs.

    • Edinburgh

      The second biggest economic centre in the UK, Edinburgh's economy is dominated by finance, scientific research and tourism.

    • San Francisco

      San Francisco is the commercial hub of Northern California, with a service-based economy.

    • Houston

      Houston’s economy is largely based around oil and energy, manufacturing and aeronautics.

    • Amsterdam

      Amsterdam is one of the top financial centres in the world and has been ranked as one of the best European centres for commerce.

    • Brussels

      Bristol is one of the largest centres of employment, education and culture in the UK.

    • Toronto

      Toronto is Canada’s commercial capital and an international hub for business and finance, home to the Toronto Stock Exchange.

    • Munich

      The economic hub of southern Germany, Munich is home to businesses from the software, finance and biotechnology industries.

    • Istanbul

      Istanbul has one of the fastest growing economies in the world, with a strong industrial sector.

Make great decisions using our research

A recent study conducted by Ernst and Young ranked France above all other G20 countries in terms of how its education and training systems contribute to business. Furthermore, the study revealed that only five administrative steps were required to start a business in France and that it took an average of just seven days to register a new company, compared to the G20 average of 20 days. 

The French government promotes automation and making use of technology to simplify administration. Indeed, submitting a tax return in France takes just minutes, using a free system, designed and implemented by the government. With a booming tourism industry, highly sophisticated transport and logistical infrastructure, and a skilled and qualified workforce, France stands as one of the most attractive countries for business in all of Europe. 

With regards to prime office space areas, the country’s capital, Paris, is the obvious forerunner. Paris’ geographic location, the Eurostar links to the UK and other major European cities, and its highly developed communication and transport infrastructure make it a prized location for companies across numerous sectors. The concept of office sharing is still relatively new in Paris, with most companies preferring private space. 

La Défense is the preferred area for companies who do not want or need the status that comes with being based in central Paris. While the area comprises some of the most sought-after real estate in the country, one need travel only a little further west to find more affordable office space that still offers the centrality of a La Défense office. Serviced office spaces can be had for as little as €500 – €800 per person, per month. Considerably more affordable than equivalent spaces in the heart of the capital.