Bogota La Pinta
Calle 65 # 5 - 67
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La Pinta is the best centrally located hostel in Bogot with just remodeled facilities and excellent access to transportation. Located in the skirts of Zona G (Restaurant and Gourmet Zone of Bogot), 5 minutes walk from the Lourdes Church, twenty minutes from downtown (ten in taxi), fifteen minutes from Zona Rosa and twenty minutes from Usaqun, this hostel is made so that you have the best experience in Bogot.
The hostel has just remodeled and plenty of bathrooms, solid bunk beds with new mattresses and the best private rooms in town. With lots of common areas, like a living room with a chimney, big gardens with hammocks to take the afternoon sun or enjoy playing local games, a large shared kitchen and dining room a TV room with a collection of Colombian movies and video games, smoking terraces and a bar you can choose your area according to you mood of the day.
But by far the hostels best asset is the atmosphere. La Pinta is run by Colombian backpackers for international backpackers. While staying with us you will interact with local people that live in the house and that will be more than glad to show you around town, teach you about our culture, give you advice on future destinations in Colombia and make of this your best travelling experience.
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Very nice hostal, with a great location with easy access to transport. Personnel really gentle and friendly. A nice place to be in Bogota.
Un hostal muy agradable para una estadía en Bogotá, con personal muy amable, fácil acceso a transporte y una ubicación cercana a la mayoría de atracciones y sitios de interés.
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