IWG PH Private Offices Makati CBD GT Tower

The office you need for your business and team to flourish

G.T. International Tower, Makati, Metro Manila

1-48 guests
  • Mon-Fri: 24:00 - 24:00
  • Sat: 24:00 - 24:00
  • Sun: 24:00 - 24:00

. This is available for a minimum booking of 1 month and payment of 1 month advance and 2 months deposit. The space is ready for occupancy, with high speed Internet access and secured  premises. You'll be able to make use of its meeting rooms, videoconferencing studio and business lounge. This office suite is affordable, and is furnished with modern and ergonomic office furniture that make up elegant interior surroundings--allowing you to work without distraction. 

The workspace is in a prime business hub, located between Ayala Avenue and HV Dela Costa. Inside, it’s well maintained with modern furniture and plenty of light, creating a comfortable working environment. The 47-storey building is the third tallest in Manila (a talking point with visitors) and is walking distance from most other major office buildings in Makati, Metro Manila. Connectivity is particularly good, with Buendia train station, Paseo De Roxas bus and coach station and Chino Roces Avenue bus and coach station nearby.

24/7 Access24/7 Access
Airconditioning UseAirconditioning Use
Fully FurnishedFully Furnished
Phone Phone
Reception AreaReception Area


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.