Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.8 Room cleanliness
3.0 Service & staff
2.8 Room comfort
2.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
There are better alternative in Zona T in BogotaPosted Jul 25, 2014 on Hotels.com
Ended up in the Casa Lozada because they were the only hotel with a triple room available on the night we were there. When we arrived they first put us in a double and I had to pull the hotels.com reservation to show them that we booked a room with 3 beds, only then they moved us to another room. The room had mildew on the wall, but otherwise it was clean. Staff was polite and somewhat helpful (altho I requested a quote to use their driver for 1/2 to tour the town and they never got back to me). Location is ok,
for Everyoneby Janaina
Hotel acolhedorPosted Apr 18, 2014
Estava só de passagem por Bogotá , infelizmente foi só para descansar. Mas o hotel ficou acima das expectativas. Se voltasse em Bogotá ficaria novamente .
for Business Travelersby Pedro Mfrom México
No caigan!!!Posted Dec 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
No caigan en el engaño de este "hotel". No es un hotel boutique, ni siquiera es un hotel. Es una casa en la que te alquilan cuartos. No hay agua caliente, no hay privacidad, no hay buen servicio, el staff entra a tu habitación mientras no estás. Me iba a quedar tres noches pero después de la primera salí corriendo. Al decirle a la persona del mostrador que me iba a ir ya, sólo comenzó a reírse y me regresó mi dinero. No caigan. No es una buena opción.
Recommendedby Leefrom Medellin, CO
Excellent value for this locationPosted May 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel is not fancy, and the light in the rooms comes mostly from interior skylights into common areas. But the staff was friendly and cheerful, and the service was excellent. The room was clean and well-kept. I found it an excellent value at the price, for this location in the Parque 93 area.It's an easy walk to all the restaurants and shops.
by A verified travelerfrom Vancouver, Canada
Worst hotel i have ever stayed inPosted Dec 2, 2011
Location: Chico area, Parque 93, pretty much anywhere from Calle 100 - 72 on the mountain side of the Autopista, if you have a lot of meetings or wanna spend time in the best shopping areas and restaurant areas i recommend being on the mountain side of Carrera 15.
I mean it, i have stayed in hostels and hotels all over the world now and this is by far the worst place i have ever stayed. I dont take time to write reviews often but this time i felt like i have to to warn other people. Yes the hotel is cheap and yes it has a good location and yes it has good wifi, but it stops there. The walls if you can even call them walls are paperthin, you can hear everybody doing everything, you can even hear the front desk lady type on her computer and print out receipts.. So when the tv in the lobby is on at night or early morning and you wanna sleep, forget about it. The sheets that i had was dirty, the pillowcases had holes in them, the shower and bathroom was dirty and there was warm water for about 3 minutes. The breakfast is terrible, the staff is useless and i can go on and on but ill stop here. There are many hotels in the same area for around $20 more, spend that extra money you will be very happy you did.