This hostel was very friendly and relaxed, it was a nice place to spend the evenings just lounging around - it was cool how all the common areas were open-air, although when it started raining that was not the best.
The staff were extremely helpful and friendly, and the location was great - it was easy to walk to different tour offices and all the museums, as well as lots of restaurants and cafés.
A few things were not 100% ideal - the bunk beds were *very* low, and I am not that tall, so someone taller would probably be really uncomfortable. Also the bathroom was a walk down and up a lot of stairs, which is a bit difficult in the middle of the night! They did have the nicest showers I've ever seen in a hostel, though!
Generally very clean and well-maintained though. Would recommend!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- As a new generation Hostel, Masaya Hostel Bogota wisely mixes the spirit of a hostel with hotel comfort. In a national heritage listed Colonial house of 750 m2 and in the heart of la Candelaria, Masaya Hostel Bogota has superior comfort, a wide offering of services and a variety of planned events to soak you with Colombian culture. ... more less
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