Coffice Workspace – your office in a budget

Freelancing, home-based, or digital nomads whatever you may call it, suddenly became a booming industry. With the way how commuting has become and working hours has been more demanding, more and more people are turning into freelance jobs. They often need a space and a computer to work on. Computer shops which are often flocked by gamers become a thing of the past for those who are looking for a quiet space to work on. Current school curriculum are also demanding students to study and submit homework via their school website. This will require a trusted wifi signal, and a safe space to work on. We are glad Coffice Workspace is now here in Cavite to cater for these needs!



Functionality, style and quiet time to concentrate while you work on that client or a project.

Choose your working space

Shared table
or lounge on this soft sofa
Individual desks
Have your group meetings and conferences here

Unlimited Coffee while you work

Bring your mugs for a zero-waste working habit

Choose your subscription with their high-speed internet

It comes with a printable internet and wife password receipt
  • HOTDESK Shared table
  • First 3 hours – P150 for Student / P180 for Professionals
  • Succeeding Hours – P40 (Students) / P50 (Professionals)
  • Whole Day – P350 (Students) / P380 (Professionals)
  • Also open for seminars/workshops at P500/hour
  • Fixed monthly rate of P3,250

You may also bump into their young, lovely and accommodating owner to cater for your needs inside Coffice 🙂

Location and contact details

I happened to be at Coffice Workspace for our South Bloggers group meet-up and finally glad to be able to meet Karla Obispo of Travel with Karla face-to-face. One of those I consider to be one of my mentors in the blogging world.

with Karla Obispo

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TheTransportQueen is a Super Mommy who loves everything and anything under the sun. She's a traveler, an entrepreneur, a supporter of different advocacies, an environmentalist and a Cooperative Movement advocate. You can catch her in blogging gigs if she's not busy in monitoring a fleet, or in diff. Coop activities. Going out somewhere out of town is her favorite part of the weekend with family. Learn more about thetransportqueen at

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