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Very quaint hotel in the Colonial part of Bogota. Good access to Montserrat, Gold Museum (Colombian History) and other interesting sites. Very clean, good breakfast and of course awesome coffee. My wife and I enjoyed this hotel and will definitely return. Not really. I requested an upgrade in an email and I was not aware that I received it until I arrived. I also was not told of the price of the upgrade but the price was very fair and I was pleased with the upgrade.
It has a very warm feeling to it. The staff is amazing. The hot water and pressure, however I did read the reviews and knew that before I checked in.
Evevrything. Best staff ever. No
The staff was very pleasant, helpful and prompt with service. I enjoyed my stay very much. The breakfasts were very good.
The facilities and the service were very good. The breakfast included with the room was great. Good parking space for your own or rented car.
Quietnes a bit difficult to find
Service accurate due to the small number of rooms, internet free, safe and peaceful place Bathroom communicates with the one of the adicent room (partial wall)
We stayed at the property on Calle 56 37A08. It's located near the Simon Bolivar park and the Salitre sports complex. It's one of their two properties. The other property has more rooms. It's a $10 cab ride to the center and the affluent parts of town. But, the low cost ($82/night for two people in a comfortable room) still allows you to come out ahead, even with the cab rides. The room was very simple, but very clean, the water in the shower was hot, the toilet was modern, the TV reliable, and the part you'll like best, the Internet was wireless with a strong signal everywhere in the hotel and great throughput out to the world. I was able to remote into my machines at work and home in the States with ease. Skype-ing and video chats were perfect. The beds are very firm, which I like, but I know my wife and daughters would prefer something softer, but it's still very good. Local calls are free, and they will arrange for an international call at a reasonable rate. Breakfast is included in the price, and although all the ads say "Continental," we had eggs cooked to order (including a ham and cheese omelette), OJ, and Cafe con Leche with fresh baked bread every morning. We were even served at 6:30 AM for an early start on the day. Lunch and dinner are optional and extra, but are also cooked to order if you ask in the morning. If you ask right at lunch or dinner, you'll get what they've cooked, if there's any left over. Prices for Lunch and Dinner are very reasonable and the quality is superb. I had pan-seared chicken breast with white rice and home-made french fries with a s side salad for dinner once. Simple as it sounds, it was one of the best meals I had while in Bogota. Just remember, if you ask for lunch or dinner, show up when you say you will, because your food will be hot and waiting for you. If you don't show up, then they will be a bit grumpy (understandable) and will still charge you (which is fair). Remember, meals are to order.