As a couple, we stayed in hostels in Medellin, Santa Marta, Barranquilla and Cartagena and Masaya was the best hostel we stayed in. The shared bathrooms are still getting renovated but they are modern and the water is instantly warm. The beds are uncomfortable and the breakfast was so good for a free breakfast with scrambled eggs, juices and fruits. The only thing I can think of is that we stayed in a private room below a dorm, and you could hear the people above walking on the wooden floorboards which was a little annoying. The TV in our room with pay TV was great! The Candelaria is a beautiful area of town, but very dead at night and far more dirty compared to the Zona Rosa.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Masaya will be your home abroad!Recognized heritage colonial architecture, you will love the house.Great service catering to your needs! Bogota Masaya stands a few meters from the heart of the Colombian capital: El Chorro de Quevedo. It is assumed that it is this famous place where Spanish explorer and conquistador Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada founded Bogotá in August 6, 1538. This site is now constantly animated by the presence of street artists, storytellers and street vendors.Set in the Candelaria, arguably the ideal starting point to discover the city, Masaya you make you discover this unique district, where history, culture, art, and politics meet.Emerge yourself in the Colombian culture by staying in one of the historic colonial houses! ... more less
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