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chen.yanru 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
Paralela Autonorte No 106B - 28Excellent 90%
Carrera 13A No. 93-51Outstanding 100%
cubangel2003 It was a very nice place to stay, near to everything, 200 m to the transmilenio station (like a metro), the owners are very nice people, it was like stay at home for me, the girl that work there is very nice and beauty, the rooms very clean and well desing, i recommend a 100% this place
Avenida 19, 114-06Excellent 90%
lalunabrav El Chorro de Quevedo is centrally located for those wishing to see the most interesting parts of the city ( Bogota is 7 million ). It's close to museums, shopping, restaurants and, most of all, El Telferico Monsaratte. Service and breakfast is excellent and you have an opportunity to meet other travelers from other parts of the world in a warm, home-like, friendly environment. The owner, Maximo, goes out of his way to point his guest in the right direction for the things they want to see and do. We recommend El Chorro 100%. Charles Bradwell and Mayela Zamora
Av El Dorado # 69b 53Excellent 90%
gypsierose This area is near 4 universities so there is a lot of young people here. Very close to Monserrat (church on a hill) so there is a lot to do and check out. The staff at the hostel is exactly what others have written. It truly is more like staying at someone's home. They take care of you and are interested in getting to know you. Many times, they would accompany me down the street because they wanted to be sure I was safe. The facilities are good, three bath/ shower areas. The TRUTH is that the hotwater is only in the showers, would recommend walking with someone if you are out late (past dusk - only because of people drinking too much on the streets). There are other hostels in this area, the Casa Quevdo is near here but it is right in front of the square and liquor store -- if partying and drinking is your thing, then this might work. There is one other hostel which is near the main road (have not viewed it) as well. Overall, I HIGHLY recommend this -- they don't speak English, so it's important to know. They are extremely helpful. Great area in the heart of Columbia.
Calle 84 Bis, 13-54Excellent 90%
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