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out of 7 reviews
“Modern, Clean great Area and Cheap”
Clean, modern in a great area of town. You can walk to zona T. Great price for the value
“Nice and clean”
The staff was nice and helpful, the rooms are nice, but nothing special The room was clean and properly maintained.
“Great location and great value”
Great value for the price. Room was clean and comfortable. Noise was not an issue at night. Breakfast buffet was good with a wide variety of food. Wi-fi in the room worked. Moen showers were a nice touch for the bathroom. No toilet paper the first day. It was brought up. The TV didn't work well but that was not a real concern. Two blocks away from Zona Rosa which has 1 square mile (2.6 square kilometers) of shopping, bars, and nightclubs. There are several parks and money exchange business close by. There is a DJ that plays later in the week. The hotel lobby has a modern, vibrant feel. Small exercise room on the 9th floor. There is a 5000 COP resort fee per day. Expectations were exceeded.
“good place at Bogota”
A nice place to stay at Bogota, as long as don't give the rooms that face the street, a bit noisy
“Good location but check can prices...”
I arrived in Bogota at 11pm alone & had organized a car to pick me up from the airport. They were a no show. I had read on every travel guide not to accept a ride from a yellow taxi. It was a little upsetting as I had reconfirned my car service before I left NYC. I don't speak Spanish as such had planned everything in advance. I finally made my own way there, they made no attempt to apologize for their oversight. They have a car service on sight. Sadly the driver Pedro excessively overcharged me, i gad checjed the prices before I left. When I questioned the driver about the extra charges ( he didn't speak English, we took our discussion into the hotel). He told the receptionist that I had asked for a city tour & asked him to wait 5 hrs in the city for him. Even if I could ask him that, I wouldn't have needed him! I had planned my days & mapped everything out. All in all I was $60 USD out of pocket but survived Bogota aside from the hotel experience, which was amazing!
“Not certain what this means.”
The rooms were smaller than I thought, The photos make them look bigger. The headache with the television. We had to have someone come fix it twice because it was complicated to switch channels. They did not have change at the front desk for $100, not even in Columbian pesos. I will never understand this and I think this was the largest upset for me. You are a hotel. How can you not have change. Plus you have a bar that has the nerve to charge $15 for a house vodka and cranberry, and you don't have change for $100, not even in Columbian pesos? I think thats a joke. The tv headache was annoying. Print out instructions. We had to call the front desk twice to have someone come up and reprogram it. It was very confusing and can be simplified in so many ways.
“Cheats you with over charges and awful service”
Avoid this hotel at all chances! First, the room rate showed in here its fake, Expedia do not charge you direct from your account but only made the booking so later you have to pay at the hotel which over charge you 30% more for "taxes" and "service". Also they take your USD 15% lower from bank, so you finish paying almost 50%. There is only one old lady at the counter so it took me almost 2 hours to made my checkout, she tried to charge me some things from the "shop" which probably she bought for herself. The hotel car never picked me up at the airport so I had to wait for a long time before I realized. Frankly I could have stayed at the Hilton with the money I finished paying, and the staff service belongs to a 1 star hotel.