Located in the Candelaria neighborhood, the historical center of Bogota, Masaya Hostels is an immersion inside the Colombian's culture. You will be welcomed in a big colonial house with a typical decor. In order to enjoy fully your local experience, Masaya offer you multiple activities: dancing classes, language courses, local artists in live and expositions... Staff will provide you all information about excursions, tours and cultural events in and around the city. Masaya's location is perfect to discover all principals' attractions of the capital: Cerro Monserrate Hill (2,5km), the Money House (400 m), Gold museum (1km), Botero museum (500m), and Chorro de Quevedo the artist centre (100m). Three comfortable patios allow you to relax in hammocks and to meet Colombians and foreigners. Guests have at their disposal all amenities needed: fully equipped kitchen, TV room, computers with internet, pool table, ping-pong table and Wi-Fi in the entire house. Masaya Hostels assure you 24h service front desk, security including night watchman, laundry service and restaurant facilities. Different types of accommodations are available and all type of budget will be pleased. Come to enjoy, discover and learn what makes Colombia so special. Vive la experiencia local!
chek out time : 11 am
chek in time : 15 pm
Cancellation policy: 1 days
Minimum stay: 1 night
Method of payment: cash & credit cards
Breakfast included only for privates rooms
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