Compass Offices Meeting and Conference Rooms Makati CBD Tower 6789

Fully functional meeting room for 8 persons in Ayala Avenue

Tower 6789 Ayala Ave. Makati City

1-8 guests
  • Mon-Fri: 24:00 - 24:00
  • Sat: Closed
  • Sun: Closed

Whether it is for a brainstorming session, contract signing, pitch meeting, or emergency meeting, this meeting room is a great choice. It already has a white board, TV, projector system, and conference phones ready to use. Complimentary coffee, tea, and water are also available.   Tower 6789 on Ayala Avenue in the Central Business District of Manila is an excellent location for various business-related activities. It is an LEED-Gold rated building for sustainable design. It offers spaces that make greater use of natural lighting and ensures clean air and excellent temperature control to ensure productivity. Its proximity to a multitude of shops, offices, restaurants, parks, hotels, and government institutions makes it an ideal venue for various business-related activities.

*Price shown above is exclusive of VAT

Fully FurnishedFully Furnished
Reception AreaReception Area
TV ScreenTV Screen
Wifi AccessWifi Access


Minimum Requirement

  • 2 hours booking

Payment Terms

  • Full payment (100%) upon confirmation.

Cancellation policy

  • FlySpaces’ standard cancellation policy applies. To view it please click here


Hi, I’m Jaja!

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Makati City is the economic center of the Philippines and the leading commercial hub of the Metro Manila region. Known for its skyscrapers and greeneries, this urban ecosystem makes an attractive location for businesses to set up office from startups to multinationals. This central business district houses international embassies, the Philippine Stock Exchange, and major shopping centers under the Ayala Corporation.