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Irvine, California
Reviewed September 4, 2015

Was promised a quiet room, but it was actually noisy as it was facing a busy street. There was no hot shower. The breakfast was served 45 minutes later than the promised time. The staff were sometimes not very professional. The owner was very talkative and friendly but the overall service was poor.

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Springfield, Virginia
Reviewed January 22, 2014

Stayed at Chapinorte again this year. Once again, Antonio was availble to help me in the craziness that was the airport. He even had one of his staff stay late just so somone would be there to welcome me. This year the whole family went and we practically owned the entire hostel. Another great stay and will continue if I...

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Springfield, Virginia
Reviewed March 5, 2013

I stayed in Bogota for 4 days to visit family. I had a great time. Antonio is very helpful, and will go out of his way to help you with what ever arragements or plans you may have or need. Great location...and I can't say that enough. I mean 2 blocks from some of the best bars, clubs, malls (3...

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San Gil, Colombia
Reviewed November 20, 2012

Chapinorte really shouldn't claim to be either a hostel or a B &B...it really is more of a guesthouse or apartment with shared common areas. As such, it succeeds fantastically! Privacy? Yes! (Choose the level prefer--with or without private bath) Quiet? Yes! (By Bogota standards) Information? Yes! (Excellent assistance) Comfort? Yes! (Much better than a hostel...a bit below hotel standards)...

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London
Reviewed September 9, 2012 via mobile

I specifically chose this hostel because I wanted to stay in a safe area. It's definitely safe and it's an expensive area but I've heard bad stories about La Candelaria so wanted to avoid it. The transmilenio was close and took 20 mins to get to La Candelaria. However I felt that there could have been some improvements to the...

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West Palm Beach
Reviewed September 4, 2012

Often when you travel you are looking for cleaness, comfort , conviniance and price. I feel that Antonio has acomplished all this things very well. Where I feel he sets himself apart is for the friendly atmosphere and willingness to help; he guides you so you can maximize your traveling experience. Very clean and comfortable; centraly located to the part...

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Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia
Reviewed July 10, 2012

Extremely clean and friendly. The owner Antonio and his colleagues are extremely friendly and willing to explain anything you need to know about Bogota. Very close to fancy shopping malls, the Zona T nightlife area, and the Transmilenio bus system, which takes you to the Historical District in about 20 minutes. There are plenty of markets and restaurants in the...

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Reviewed March 27, 2012

We started our Colombian vacation in Bogota and were happy we stayed with Antonio at Chapinorte. We rented the 3-bed room with private bath, it was a little tight but that is to be expected when in a hostel-style B&B. The beds were clean and pretty comfy, plenty of room for our luggage, etc. The bathroom was clean too. The...

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San Francisco, California
Reviewed March 22, 2012

Stayed at Chapinorte VIP hostel in the Zona Rosa area of Bogota. Ideal location, everything within walking distance like the Atlantis and Andino malls, dozens of restaurants, transmilenio about a 10 minute walk etc...Place is extremely safe and the owner Antonio and his assistant Oscar are wonderful folks. Always ready to help out and make you feel at home. The...

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chicago
Reviewed March 11, 2012

Well located within a few blocks of Zona Rosa where it is safe to walk at night, but on a very busy street (Carr. 15) with street noise all night from cars, trucks and buses. There are a few interior rooms. If you are a light sleeper, either bring earplugs or request one of the few interior rooms. Also, walls...

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Address: Carrera 15 (Paseo del Country) No. 75-35 3th Floor, Bogota 11001000, Colombia
Location: Colombia > Bogota > Chapinero
Number of rooms: 17

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