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Ivy Hostel

Ivy Hostel

Crr 2 # 17-67 Int 1 Las Aguas, Bogota, Colombia Map Send to a friend
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Ivy Hostel

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Ivy Hostel is a small and comfortable hostel placed in Bogota, Colombia. Anyone who has ever been a guest here will agree that Ivy hostel is more than just a place to crash after a trip.

Being located in the heart of the city, the downtown area, you will find our accommodation pretty convenient since transport and places of interest will never be an issue, and serenity is guaranteed. If one of your objectives while being in this city is to get in touch with the local culture you will soon find that this is the way to go.

In our hostel you will have access to broad band internet connections, cable tv, laundry and cooking areas, and most importantly you will have a very private and safe place to get relaxed.

Our public areas have three patios and big gardens and we run a daily cleaning service.

Accommodation Information

Our rooms can be private or shared by up to 3 people. They are furnished with beds, hammocks, night tables, closets and tv. sets.

Location Information

We can drive you from the airport to the hostel for 35.000 pesos in a car, we'll be there with your name on a board, or you can take a taxi cab, the bus could be uncomfortable but if you want every bus with "GERMANIA" in the board can bring you here.

The bus will take you to avenue 19 with cr 3, here you'll find a bus stop station called "Las Aguas." this is also the name of neighborhood.

Walk east, you will find a road with a fountain, once you are there, look for a statue of a lady tied to a chair, look at the statue from the front walk west and turn left at the next corner and repeat at the next corner, you will find the house in the block, with the address 17-67 use the buzzer and we will answer.

Home phone number, +57 1 2819099, to pick you from the airport.



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Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.

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Outstanding 98%

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

Dona Maria is the nicest hostel owner I've ever met. She went out of her way to make sure that I was comfortable and had all my needs taken care of, despite the language barrier. The property is full of historical character, painted in bright, inviting colors and topped off by quirky and quaint touches such as antique typewriters and cheery potted plants in its nooks and crannies. I was given a large private room with three beds, tall ceilings and windows that overlook a lovely, sun-drenched courtyard. Cable tv was a nice touch, especially the given the extremely economical price. Staying in Ivy Hostel made me feel as though I was part of this well-preserved and iconic neighborhood of La Candaleria in Bogota and I'd definitely stay there again given a return visit. Muchas gracias to Dona Maria and her sons!

Y Chen


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Hotel Amenities

  • 24 hour hot showers
  • Currency Exchange
  • Internet / Wi-Fi
  • Lounge area
  • Washing machines


  • Linen – FREE
  • Towel – FREE
  • Airport Pick Up – 35000.00COP

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