Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 8, 2014
Wonderful stay - very clean, great location, kind staff. Breakfast was good. Would definitely book here again. Price was also right!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Best street in CandelarioPosted Mar 16, 2014 on Hotels.com
If you want to stay in a quiet location in the old part of Candelario, this is a great choice. The owner of the hotel told me the street the hotel is located on is the oldest street in Bogota. It is a close walk to all the sites in Candelario and the breakfast is very good. Internet connection is strong.
Recommendedby Coronel PEREZ from Santo Domingo
Posted Feb 15, 2014 on Hotels.com
Shot but pleasant STAFF VERY helpfull!
Wonderful stay at Casa GuadelupePosted Jan 31, 2013 on Hotels.com
Casa Guadelupe was a lovely hotel in a quiet part of La Candelaria. The rooms were very spacious and comfortable. The hotel staff very warm and helpful. Our room had a nice wood armoire, a big bed with comfy pillows and a warm comforter, and a tv (which was kind of nice after a full day spent around town.) The hotel is a 15 minute walk to the 'Cerro de Monserrate' station, as well as several other attractions, which was very nice. The only drawback is that the Candelaria neighborhood does not feel very safe after dark, so I would recommend a taxi when travelling to and from at night. The people at Casa Guadelupe are always happy to call for a taxi to pick you up at the door though, so it works out nicely. I would definitely recommend this Casa Guadelupe as a nice and affordable place to stay in Bogota.
by Jenny from CA
there are many other options in the areaPosted Nov 15, 2012
Pros: the rooms
Cons: the owner
Location: on the outskirts of candeleria, so there is less foot traffic, but it´s not a quiet area.
the hotel is nice enough and situated in a convenient location, but the owner is weird, so this review is not for the hotel, but the owner... while he took the time to demonstrate the use of the shower and explained the use of the safe, the very basic thing of providing a map was neglected - i was told to go to the plaza where there would be "better maps". after roaming around for a few hours and stumbling upon the plaza, i got the map but forgot where the hotel was! by luck or by chance, i ran into the owner, who explained to me that he owned two hotels and that one was better than the other. i was not staying at the better one! is this not bad etiquette in Colombia? also, i met his afternoon staff upon returning and he was nice enough to give me a map of the area! the place is nice, clean and convenient, but the owner has strange manners, with all the options in hotels and hostels in the area, why put money in his pocket.