5 Peaceful Coworking Spaces in Metro Manila if You're Tired of Studying at Home

Jun 6, 2023 0 comments


Trying to find a space to study comfortably is difficult, especially if surrounded by countless distractions. The noise from the TV or loud neighbors can prevent you from focusing entirely on the task at hand. You might be thinking of studying at a coffee shop, but let’s be honest—most of them are too crowded and distracting.

Luckily, many coworking spaces offer a decent learning environment for those who want to meet their deadlines. They provide a conducive space for students and professionals who want to work in a productive and collaborative environment. 

That being said, here is a list of good coworking spaces in Metro Manila that you can visit during your next study sesh!

Kings City


First on the list is Kings City, a charming and aesthetic coworking space located in Parañaque City. Its wooden minimalist interior gives off a cozy and relaxing vibe that will inspire you to get your productivity flowing. Choose from any of their membership plans to enjoy various amenities like high-speed internet, access to common areas, meeting rooms, charging stations, and most importantly, unlimited coffee! Check their Kings City Facebook Page

Nerd House Fairview


If you’re looking for a coworking space with a quiet and homey atmosphere, Nerd House Fairview might be right up your alley! It is conveniently located in a residential area in West Fairview with a lot of nearby food establishments and cafes. For as low as P65 per hour, you can gain access to a conducive learning space, free Wi-Fi, unlimited coffee, and power outlets. Whether you prefer working in a quiet nook or an outdoor space, you’ll definitely find the perfect study spot in this place. You can also book a nice office space and meeting room for a very affordable rate. Check our Nerd House Fairview Facebook Page for more.

HomeRoom Co-working and Study Lounge


Planning to pull an all-nighter? This coworking space in Sampaloc is open 21 hours a day, 7 days a week! That’s right, HomeRoom Co-working and Study Lounge is open from 9 AM to 6 AM daily. It is located near U-belt so their rates are guaranteed to be student-friendly. For as low as P88 per hour, you can have your own work/study station and gain access to free Wi-Fi, charging outlets, and unlimited coffee and snacks! They also have study equipment that you can borrow for free such as a bookstand, lamp, headphones, adapter, and many more. Should you feel like taking a break, you can use their napping room or shower room for an additional fee. Staying here is definitely worth every penny! Check out HomeRoom Facebook Page

933 Creatives


Known as the first and largest coworking space in U-belt, 933 Creatives has been the go-to study spot of many college students in the area. It is spacious, well-lit, and fully air-conditioned so it’s highly conducive to long hours of studying. You can choose a desk with a window view, drafting table, high chair, or couch depending on your needs and preferences. They also have seminar and film rooms that are perfect for a group study sesh! On top of that, you can have access to free Wi-Fi, unlimited drinks and snacks, outlets, and napping facilities for an affordable price. You can even bring your own food without paying a corkage fee! Visit 933 Creatives Facebook Page for more info.

CoSy - A Coworking Space

 
If you’re a young professional looking for a beautifully designed and conducive work environment, you'll definitely love this coworking space in Makati! CoSy is located in a convenient area near Makati’s Central Business District so it’s the perfect place to set up a private office. The interior is clean, stylish, and minimalistic which can help you focus more on the task at hand. You can have a nice workspace, a fast internet connection, and free-flowing coffee for as low as P100! If you’re a student with a tight deadline, you can reserve a Hotdesk that you can use for the entire day. What’s more, their doors are open 24/7 to accommodate even those who prefer working on weekends. Whether you need an office space, a conference room, or a place to study in Makati, CoSy is the perfect go-to venue! Follow them on their Facebook Page

Why Coworking Spaces?

If you’re planning to do a study grind, it’s better to do it in coworking spaces rather than coffee shops. Why? Because you are more likely to be productive when surrounded by like-minded individuals. In coworking spaces, you will be surrounded by other students and professionals who are also accomplishing their tasks for the day. Coffee shops are also good, but the environment is not completely conducive to studying since it is a public space. Plus, they tend to get crowded and noisy during peak hours.

However, coworking spaces are designed specifically for focused work. They’re like coffee shops minus the crowd and idle chatter. Most of them offer the same amenities you’ll get at your usual coffee shop: unlimited coffee, free Wi-Fi, study space, and more. The only difference is that everyone who stays at coworking spaces is there to work or study, rather than to eat and catch up with their friends. So if you want to go on a study date with zero distractions, coworking spaces are the best choice!


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