I was very satisfied with my stay at Suite Chico. The overall service and facilities were excellent and I found the area to be very safe. I was very impressed with the breakfast with delicious omelettes made to order and the quality of the room was fantastic. The only slight negatives where, on arrival, I was asked to pay for my room when my credit card had already been docked by Expedia and, also, the length of the taxi trip into the centre of the city. I would highly recommend Hotel Suite Chico. Thank you to all the staff.
We had a fantastic experience at the Hotel Casa Paquin. Oscar, the owner, is the most gracious host - he spent quite a bit of time with us, helping us decide what to do and see, and how to navigate the city (including drawing little maps for us!). We felt right at home, and it's clear that all of the staff care about their guests (they even let us change in an unused room before our late night flight out of Bogota, after checking out earlier in the day). The location was perfect, within walking distance of the Zona T and Zona Rosa, for great food/drinks and shopping, and was also only 3 blocks from the Transmilenio, giving us easy access to the rest of the city. The beds were the most comfortable of any place I stayed in Colombia, and the breakfast was great way to start the day. I would absolutely stay here again, and can't recommend it highly enough. It was also extremely affordable!
Susie from SF, CA
Hospedaje Casa Paquín is a 3 star hotel in Bogotá, Columbia and is ideal for a South America holiday for couples and …More
An old building in an old and very picturesque part of town, but cleverly and effectively renovated into a really quite charming small hotel. Very comfortable bed, loads of covers for those chilly nights (and an effective space heater if you wish), large and clean bathroom with shower, small desk, good wifi. Breakfast: fresh cut fruit, fresh squeezed juice, fresh bread, eggs cooked on the spot to your liking, and coffee of course. Staff totally helpful. Small markets very close. Surprisingly quiet at night. The walk to downtown is quick and easy. Guidebook says not to walk alone after dark; I didn't put that to the test, but daytime the streets have lots of students and I felt totally safe.
phys406 from New Hampshire
Located just 20 metres away from Plaza del Chorro de Quevedo Square in the heart of the La Candelaria district, the …More