The Hostal Colonial La Quinta in located in the neighborhood of La Candelaria, in the historical center of Bogota. The Hostel offers you numerous services at an exceptional price. There is mini bar, wi fi and free access to computers, small kitchen for shared use and currency exchange.
We offer rooms with Hostel style, multiple beds as well as Private rooms with shared or private baths. Attractive decorated in a colonial style to suit the architecture of this restored building.
Next to the Plaza Chorro de Quevedo, where the city of Bogota was founded in 1538, and close to the street of the Embudo, where numerous bars, cafes and restaurants are located. The square offers a colonial and bohemian atmosphere where you can find crafts and artist presentation. Also it is a zone of many historical, art and cultural museums, theaters and monuments.
Within a five minute picturesque stroll you can visit the impressive collection of Botero, The Military Museum of Colombia; The Numismatist Museum, Museo de Oro, Fine Art and Colonia Art Museums and The Quinta de Bolvar Museum. Also is a University Zone with some of the most prestigious Universities in Latin America. Located at the Mountain base of the beautiful Monserrate Sanctuary.
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The location of Hostal Colonial La Quinta is excellent. It is an old, typical house, which the staff keeps perfectly clean and in order. Besides, the guys in the reception are respectful and really kind and helpful. I felt comfortable, safe and close to the most beautiful and interesting sightseeing points in the city of Bogotá. I would definitely go back to this hostel!!
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