Ratings based on 32 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Col
Lovely hotelPosted Feb 20, 2014
Really nice room, pretty good value, staff nice, decent location
for Everyoneby AM from Chicago
Nice hotel in La CandelariaPosted Jan 6, 2014
Pros: Beautiful interior patios/rooms; neighborhood interesting to explore
Location: Neighborhood is interesting but perhaps a bit sketchy. Seemed close to interesting sights but not necessarily safe to explore at night.
Nice hotel in La Candelaria, which is a rather bohemian neighborhood in central Bogota. The staff was friendly and the hotel was beautiful and seemed very secure. They emphasis indigenous art and culture.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Jan 6, 2014
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Cuenca, Ecuador
Great location, fine servicePosted Nov 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
We loved our stay at this hotel, most kind and helpful staff and great location.
Recommendedby Mark from Georgetown, Texas
Muisca Offers a Great ExperiencePosted Oct 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
I really, really enjoyed this hotel. It is unusually but tastefully appointed. This was a business trip, but I added a day because I had never been to Bogotá. I chose he Muisca because of its location in Candaleria. I am so glad I did. Bogotá is fascinating and lovely. This puts you in this historical heart of the city. I felt safe and had no need of a car or public transportation. I walked every place, seemingly always up hill. At the hotel, service was attentive, efficient, polite and even friendly. Breakfast was quite good. The artwork through the hotel and in the room was most enjoyable. I hated going to the business hotel. I recommend comfortable shoes, clothing layering, a bit of Spanish and strong lungs.
for Familiesby Happy from Los Angeles, CA
Cute and QuaintPosted Sep 23, 2013 on Hotels.com
Muisca was a very cute hotel. The service was great. They brought coffee to our room for no extra charge and had a great breakfast. My only complaint was that the heater didn't work, but it wasn't that cold in the room. If you are not expecting extravagance, then you will be impressed at Muisca. It was close to a lot of thing in La Candelaria, but if you want to walk around, be prepared to walk a lot of hill. This hotel is at the top of a pretty steep hill.
for Everyoneby David from Cincinnati
Historic CenterPosted Sep 17, 2013
Pros: Location in the historical center, about six blocks from the Plaza Bolívar.
Location: Stroll through the colonial streets. Visit the Museo de la Independencia, el Museo de Oro, and other museums nearby. Eat at La Puerta Falsa,
I stayed here for a one-day layover in Bogotá, wanting a taste of the city center unavailable in airport hotels. The taxi ride in took about a half hour and cost about 27,000 Colombian pesos. The hotel building does not stand out from the other colonial style buildings on the block, except for a brightly-painted front. The entrance and halls are narrow, so negotiating with large suitcases or physical challenges could take some time. The rooms are comfortably restored, perhaps a bit chilly, but with all of the typical appointments. My room looked over the interior patio, so I heard no traffic noise, but the entry and exit of other guests did break the silence. Fortunately, most guests made an effort to respect the rest of others. The staff members were invariably friendly and helpful.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Very nice hotel in Historic CenterPosted Sep 14, 2013
The staff was so friendly and accomodating, the decor is beautiful, the whole place was clean and comfortable. Loved the gentle sound of the fountians in the courtyard. Good location close to museums, churches, etc. and good restaurants nearby. A bit of a walk uphill from the main center, but I can always use the exercise.
for Personal Eventby Melissa from Washington, DC
Decent hotel, good valuePosted Sep 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel was very cute and the staff were pleasant and helpful. But the courtyard amplifies noise (like guests talking at 7am) and there was also a lot of noise above us - constant clicking and clacking and buzzing. So we didn't sleep well. But it was fine for one night and was very close to all of the sights we wanted to see.
for Everyoneby Emma from UK
Great Hotel for AllPosted Aug 18, 2013
Pros: The bed linen, huge shower, the creative decor, kind and helpful staff, location within walking distance all central sights.
Cons: It's at the top of a hill - not a big issue for us though.
Location: Buses to the funicular/cable car at the top of the road (1 minute walk). A short and interesting walk to other main sights. Restaurants close by.
A lovely hotel with friendly and very helpful staff. The room was spotlessly clean with soft comfy bed linen, a spacious bathroom and a general feel of homely comfort. Great breakfasts in an open courtyard. The staff were always on hand to give directions, restaurant suggestions and city travel advice. Finally, the hotel looks fantastic on the inside with creative design features at every turn. I would thoroughly recommend the Muisca for any visiting Bogota.