The staff was nice and it was clean and confortable for the price. But travelling by myself I chose a Hostel that had many activities like tours during the day and parties at night.
Altought they had a board with many activities listed in the reception, once I asked about it, they said none of it was arranged by the Hostal. The zipaquirá tours were just a guy that takes you there for 80.000COPs, even if you there are only 2 people.
Everything around closes really early and there are no parties in the area (you have to go to zona rosa to find a pub or a club). The bar attached to the Hostel is nice, but always empty too.
I recommend finding a stay in zona rosa and going to Candelária during the day only.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Fatima Hostel has more than 10 years of experience in backpacking tourism and it is one of the biggest hostels in Bogotá. We are attracted for the fruits that characterize our country and therefore, at breakfast time we offer fresh fruits and hot coffee accompanied by toast. Our hostel is characterized by searching experiential enjoyment of our guests, so we perform daily activities such as Karaoke, bingo, salsa class, etc. We also have a restaurant / bar open to the public, where we offer international food and parties with good vibes, which are formed in an intercultural environment. ... more less
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