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Our stay at La Niña was excellent, the place is safe and located in a good area of Bogota, the staff was very helpful and had the nicest attitude, our room was very comfortable and quiet to rest, the toilets and facilities are spotless clean and we felt as home. Guests are allowed to go to La Niña's sister hostel, La Pinta, less than 2 blocks away where we had a great time meeting people at the bar; good price and nice inside garden. We highly recommend staying at La Niña or la Pinta in Bogota.
I stayed 2 nights. First night I had to run the shower at least 5 minutes to get even warm water. Second time I showered, early in the morning, I let the water run nearly 10 minutes and it never got warm. I just had to take a military style shower to clean up, I was desperate. I had the single on the lower level, ever time the doorbell rang it was loud and woke me up. 3am, 4am, 5am. The staff could do a better job of promoting activities, I wasn't even aware until I left.
Everything about Hostal La Niña was great. The staff were so kind and helpful. When I first got there, they washed my clothes and got it back to me the same day. I liked that the breakfast always included fresh fruit. In addition, it was clean and secure. The dorm rooms all have lockers that are big enough to keep all valuables. Also, the front door is kept locked at all times. One day I got caught in the rain and they made me hot tea when I got back. Awesome locatation! I LOVE LA NIÑA :)
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Quiet hostel around the corner from their bigger sister hostel La Pinta. Fantastic staff who always remembered me each time i returned over the 2 months i was in Colombia. Really loved staying here knowing that if i wanted a more upbeat evening i could pop round the corner. Best of both worlds really. Good size lockers and standard breakfast included :-)
Not the best street to be at night. The lady in reception was a bit weird and rude, nothing too major though. The breakfast was a bowl of cereal and toast. Really small communal area for how many people stay there, the kitchen seats about 6, my dorm room slept 6, and there were about 4 more dorm rooms! Quiet and dull atmosphere. For the money theres many more much better hostels around Bogota, and even Chapinero. Go to 12:12, easily best hostel I've stayed in!