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7 Co-Working Spaces To Try In The City Of Manila Starting At P45/Hour, P250/Day

Try a new study place to get your creative juices running.
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Do you often find yourself heading out to study because you feel sleepy when you're at home, only to find out that your fave coffee shop is full (and noisy)? Well, here’s a list of fun, fresh, and cozy co-working spaces that will surely wake you up and get your creative juices running.

HomeRoom Co-Working aand Study Lounge

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Location: Dapitan St. (near UST)

Rates start at: P88 for an hour and 30 minutes

Inclusions: Power outlets, WiFi connection, unlimited coffee, unlimited snacks, locker access, pillow, etc.

If you're having a group study sesh, conference rooms can be booked for as low as P388 per hour for a maximum of six! Additional payment must be made when availing the napping room, shower room, tea, and printing services.

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933 Creatives

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Location: G.M. Tolentino St. (near UST)

Rates start at: P50 per hour

Inclusions: Power outlets, WiFi connection, unlimited drinks, snacks, and napping facilities

You can also book conference rooms for as low as P300 per hour for a maximum of six people. Additional payment must be made when availing their shower services. Bonus: You can bring your own food!

Blueturtle Premium Lounge

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Location: UN Square Mall, Ermita, Manila

Rates start at: P250 for the first 2 hours

Inclusions: Unlimited access to their café, pantry, WiFi, locker, shower, and printing services

Conference rooms can be booked by adding P1500 to the regular charge and is good for four hours for 14 people.

Plug It – Coworking Space & Study Hub

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Location: Eloisa St. (near UST)

Rates start at P45 an hour

Inclusions: Unlimited coffee, juice, or iced tea, WiFi connection, snacks, power outlets, and lockers

Looking for a place for your org meeting? Discussion rooms can be booked for as low as P400 per hour and is inclusive of a projector, whiteboard, and markers.

107 Co-Working by Macao Imperial Tea

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Location: Pacific Suites, Dapitan St. (near UST)

Rates start at: P250 for a day

Inclusions: WiFi, power outlets, brewed coffee, discount coupon, use of projector and computer, and lockers

Not a coffee person? The Macao Imperial Tea branch in Dapitan St. has a co-working space for students! You may also pay an additional fee for meeting rooms and printing services.

Stream Concept

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Location: España Blvd. (near UST)

Rates start at: P50 an hour

Inclusions: Unlimited coffee, milo, or juice, snacks, WiFi connection, power outlets, pillows, school supplies, printing services, and parking space

Planning to pull an all-nighter before heading straight to class? You can also avail of their shower services for an extra fee.

Space 1851 Coworking Hub Manila

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Location: Remedios St. (near PWU)

Rates start at: P300 for a day

Inclusions: WiFi connection, unlimited coffee and water, printing services, and basic office supplies

You can also invite your classmates over to study together! Meeting rooms can be booked for P800 per hour. You can also choose to hold org events and book the place for P1500 per hour.

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