I had read about this 24-hour study room with a cafe and had been meaning to check it out. Coming up and around from the National Museum it suddenly appeared. As a working coffee trip was in the works anyway it was a pleasant sign from the caffeine universe.
The ground floor of Cafedu is ‘normal’ café. Except better, as there are lots of long tables, small tables, a little couch corner and massive windows – all three sides are floor to ceiling windows, with the side ones looking towards the back of the National Museum. Excellent place to work. This visit was Saturday afternoon and space was plentiful, most people were just having coffee and cake, not working. The café is geared to us mobile types with great free Wifi and electrical plugs built into the long tables.
A spiral staircase leads up to the non-stop study room. Registration is required, as is payment, currently 1,728 CZK for non-students for 6-months. Depending on your working schedule, that sounds a heck of a lot cheaper than rent.
Friendly service and good coffee enhance Cafedu’s appeal. The cappuccino was a good size at 55 CZK, and they offer two sizes. Cafedu gets kicks for design, workability, meetability and location. Good place to know.
Cafedu: Prague, Czech Republic: 4 Caffeine Kicks