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One of the best hostels we have stayed. A little bit more expensive but worth every penny. Rooms were immaculate. Bathrooms similar to that in a nice hotel. Cleaned every day. Eddies breakfast were delicious. Staff were very friendly and helpful. And tours offered by...More
I spent 3 nights at the hostel, and had so much fun. The hostel is both cozy and clean. The bathroom facilities are great! The employees at the front desk are very helpful, and are there 24 hours a day.
Further, the hostel work togethers...More
Cranky Croc is exactly the atmosphere you're looking for if you just landed in Colombia or you're continuing your journey in the county. The Hostal boasts an amazing social area, really fantastic breakfast, and the beds are super comfy. They've been around a long time,...More
Stayed in a private double room (room 108).
Hostel is very clean and well looked after. Kitchen is small for the size of the hostel with only one stove and sink.
The room we were in was quite noisey, the to room is next door...More
Great experience and good knowledge of the history behind Colombia. Tour went through local streets, to the presidential palace, parliament buildings, churches and multiple statues. Very insightful tour!
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
$14 - $43 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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When you leave the main airport doors, you will see yellow taxis to your left. These are safe to take, just make sure the driver turns on the meter. It should cost around 25.000 pesos or so depending on traffic. There are... More
When you leave the main airport doors, you will see yellow taxis to your left. These are safe to take, just make sure the driver turns on the meter. It should cost around 25.000 pesos or so depending on traffic. There are also some bus options but if you have luggage, taxi is most secure. (And for the record...not a guy.)