I would like to know the contact details of this hotel or the phone number if someone can tell me because I'm interested in staying there for a while. I want to have a relaxing holiday with friends in this wonderful hotel. I will be grateful to those who are able to give me this information. Thanks!
The Platypus is a hostel for backpackers in Bogota. It is in the heart of the colonial city, The Candelaria, and has all an independent traveller is looking for: good prices, 6€ a bed, tourist information, free WiFi, very nice staff, and a multinational environment of travelers that come and go, and are a fountain of very interesting information.
The Morrison Hotel, is in an excellent location of the Colombian capital, in what is known as the Chico area. Traditionally it was residential in character but over time there has been the core of development of local small businesses that have revitalized the dynamics of the town. This business environment is great for day and evening, with major shopping centers in walking distance (Centre 93, Andino, Atlantis), the Viceroy Park, the traditional commercial hub known as Race 15 and a few steps of the Street 82 and the T-zone, where the exclusive high class restaurant Bogota is. Además de Hotel features a business center for meetings and presentations.
A dream come true: we are a hard-working, independent Colombian family who have created a warm, reliable space. We want to welcome you and make sure that your stay in Bogota is completely positive. Our team shares our passion for Bogota and our love for hospitality. We will be looking out for every detail!
This is one of the most recent hostels for backpackers in Bogota, in La Candelaria, and its owners, Colombians that have travelled all over the world, put here what they have learned. There is an exclusive bar for clients with a chillout area, a room for television, internet and free WiFi, a kitchen, free coffee and breakfast is included, and one day a week they organize a barbeque on the patio. The beds are 2 meters long with bathroom, all for only 7€ a night. Watch a video on http://www.Flickr.Com/photos/vaga_mundos/3502374235/
The Radisson is one of the most luxurious hotels in Bogota and is located in the Teleport Business Center. I have had the opportunity to stay there on 2 occasions. The rooms are quite spacious, but the decor is very sober for my taste. But, the hotel has all the amenities a 21st century hotel should. We have always stayed with the plan which includes breakfast, which is served in a dining room overlooking the park and offers a wide seleciton of food. The spa, pool and jacuzzi were always empty, which pretty much gives you freedom to sue them. Its located in the north close to shopping centers and main streets which makes it a hotel with easy access for tourists and businessmen.
The Andino Royal, just steps from the Boheme Royal, is located on Calle 85 between 11 and 15. It is very close to Commercial Center Andino and what is known as Na Zone Rosa and Zone T, avoiding the crowd but at the same time permitting access to the area in only a couple steps. Of the Royal hotels, this one has a bar-restaurant, a gymnasium and a multiple-use room to organize events and conventions adequate with the equipment necessary. The service is good, with big rooms with classic decoration and with plenty of natural light. The beds are comfortable, pillos soft and although we didn´t take anything from the mini-bar, the prices usually are very high, you can count on a good offer.
My experience at this hostel were wonderful! It's warm, friendly, cheap, and very close to everything, I love it and recommend it to everyone looking for a place to stay. It's a sensational place and the people are very friendly and give great service at a super low price. They take care of everything and the hostel is also new. Its location is excellent, in one of the best areas of Bogotá. Oh and breakfast is included in the price ...really good.
This is the best hostel in Colombia, and surely one of the most amazing in the world. The service is indescribable, as they're always bending over backwards to help you with anything you could need. It is located in one of the safest areas of Bogota, and you can get to any tourist place quickly and safely. They have high speed WiFi all over the place, a very large kitchen, and a video game system with an Xbox Kinect.
We really fell in love with this hotel - a great environment, nice rooms and common areas, everything clean and tasteful ... but spending the night there changed our minds. A large party started, and we couldn't sleep! In the morning, at least breakfast was delicious, and the staff were very friendly.
Your hotel in Bogota can be found just 15 minutes away from El Dorado Airport and 5 minutes away from Corferias: It is called AR Hotel Salitre Suites & Spa. The convention center is strategically located at Carrera 60 # 22-99 in the heart of Ciudad Salitre in Bogota, Colombia. It is close to the business and industrial areas and many shopping centers like Salitre Plaza and Gran Estacion. It is also near Law courts and only minutes from the Cundinamarca, the prosecution and the U.S. Embassy. Avenida 60 No. 22-99 Bogota career - Colombia PBX: (57-1) 747 73 33 Reservations: (57-1) 74 36 700 Events: 74 36 699 national hotline: 018 000 181 414 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hotel Casa Medina now belongs to the Charleston hotel chain, which has another hotel in Bogota and one in Cartagena de Indias. Initially the hotel only occupied the old building, a heritage building dating back to the early twentieth century, but given its success, more land was acquired in the same block, and the hotel grew. In the 90's, this hotel at the top of Calle 72 generated a real buzz, and a new urban area of the city started to develop around it (previously, this area had been exclusively residental). The hotel offers impeccable service, and the initial building still has a lot to admire in terms of architecture, with lovely balconies, railings, floors and a beautiful brick facade.
The Hotel Boheme, located right in the Zona Rosa of the capital, is an excellent choice for guests who going out and want to be in the center of the northern capital's nightlife. The place has improved a lot over the years, especially changes at night. During the day, it's a commercial and business area near the Andean centre. At night, there is excellent cuisine and music bars to suit all tastes. The hotel is the same as all Royal hotels: excellent service, comfortable rooms, and charming decor. It's right by Andres DC, a restaurant that offers discounts to hotel guests if you eat there.
This 4 star hotel is located on 19th Street, in the financial district of Bogota at the foot hills of Monserrate. The building is quite high, with 207 rooms, in which there is also a convention center with 12 meeting rooms, a restaurant, a gym and sauna, a beauty salon and a gift shop. The whole lobby is marble polished, is very shiny, and is huge with plenty of couches to sit on. Our room was one of the 7 junior suites in the hotel and the truth is that it was very good, it was very comfortable and spacious and we had a separate living area with sofas and a small coffee table. The bed was king sized, and stood before the desk. We also had wifi internet connection, a minibar, a TV, a radio, and a safe. The decor was a bit old fashion, it was decorated with a 70s style but I liked that it was carpeted. The room was very bright and had a large window and a balcony terrace, which overlooked the bustling street that was full of life that the hotel sat on. The bathroom was quite nice with a bathtub (it wasn´t very big but had a curtain), and a sink set into marble above which there was a large wall to wall mirror. The was a full range of amenities and hair dryers in the room. The faucet in the tub was set into the wall, and had three knobs, so it was a little complicated to get the desired water temperature, and the shower head was also fixed, which I find a little uncomfortable ... Okay, although it looked a little older, I think it's a good hotel, it was very clean and the room was quite large and comfortable.
The last weekend in Bogota, as has become customary at home, we stayed at the Pavillon Royal. We were given 2 suites on the seventh floor. The view of 94th Street was great. The Pavillon currently has 2 towers and is within walking distance of Park 93, a meeting place for business people, shopping and a gastronomic capital. The nightlife is fun and there are good restaurants, such as Lemaitre Restaurant - Bar Pavillon Hotel. It also has a business lounge and a gym. The rooms are big, with cozy beds and bathrooms are good enough, but I was annoyed that the taps are on the opposite side of Lapuerta, forcing you to open the shower already inside of it, and getting hit with cold water. My father was fascinated with the pillows, they were soft. It has free private parking, accessed by the streets and down to the parking elevators, but depending on the tower where you stay, you may have to change the elevator. All access is controlled by security cards, but they can deactivate if stored next to the mobile, which is why you become friends with the receptionist every time you go to the load, diligence is done in minutes.
Hostal Fátima is a multinational meeting place located in a colonial house that has more than 150 years of history, wood floors, windows with shades, a patio with a fountain, a sun room and a TV/DVD room, internet and WiFi, and the luxury of a sauna and jacuzzi.
After a first, bad experience in another hostel in La Candelaria, we were pleasantly surprised by a few days in Tip Top. It was newly opened and had a super friendly staff just steps from the Museo del Oro, It was well priced for Bogotá.
The suites and common areas are great for business and young people looking for fun. The combined restaurant and bar have an enviable view of Bogota. Therefore, the tiring nightlife under the stars is cured the next morning with a good breakfast overlooking the Séptima highway. It is located at the epicenter of business in Bogota, close to Hacienda Santa Bárbara shopping centers and Santa Ana.
I'm from Ottawa and I was staying in Bogota for a week. We found Chapinorte Hostel online and everything was great. Antonio, the owner, is a great guy and place is very quiet, safe and friendly. I recommend it to anyone who is planning to stay just a few days in Bogota and doesn't want too pay much, but still wants to be in a good location (the hostel is 5 minutes from the Zona Rosa).