Bellavista hostel is located next to a lovely square. Unfortunately when we were there, there was a concert that went until 2AM and keep me up.
The hostel itself could be described as quirky. Lots of stained glass and rooms that seemingly leed of to no where. The room we had was a 6 mixed bedroom. The bunks were super sketchy and threatened the collaspe on the person below, there were big windows that let the light in and our door didn't close.
There was a cool social area that had a glass roof that was awesome to read in. The computer facilities consisted of a netbook that had to be shared with everybody (although there was wifi).
Breakfast was minimal and there were no lockers in the rooms. There were lockable cubbies in the main room.
The staff is fantastic, they were always super cheerful. One of them even tried to help me set up the Claro sim card on my phone. It didn't work.. But he tried.
Overall, the hostel was okay and cheap. If you're travelling on a shoe string then this place might be for you.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Casa Bellavista Hostel is located in a renovated colonial house right off the Plaza del Chorro de Quevedo—one of the oldest and most historical sectors in the heart of the La Candelaria neighborhood. We offer medium-sized and small dormitory-style rooms with private or shared bathrooms, as well as private rooms. All our beds have new mattresses and lots of blankets to keep away the Bogota cold. Breakfast is included with your stay! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Casa Bellavista Hotel Bogota