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La Pinta Reviews

Calle 65 # 5 - 67, Bogota, Colombia

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272 Total Reviews
  • 84%Value For Money
  • 88%Security
  • 73%Location
  • 87%Staff
  • 81%Atmosphere
  • 89%Cleanliness
  • 86%Facilities

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Great hostel, friendly staff, great breakfast. Really nice bathrooms! Not clear from the outside that it's a hostel, but has a TripAdvisor sign on the outside which made it easier to identify.


The people that work here are great and location is close the business area, therefore more safer.


La Pinta feels more like a guesthouse than a party hostel but there is still plenty of socializing. It is within walking distance of a more upscale part of town (Zona G) but a short cab ride from most other tourist friendly neighborhoods (La Candelaria, Zona Rosa, etc). I would definitely stay here again!


Very nice hostel with great breakfast in a safe neighbourhood. The location seems a bit far from the historic center, but with the Transmilenium Bus it is not far, and we actually enjoyed it a lot, being out of the noisy center but very close to the Zona T! Nice back garden with 2 friendly dogs.


The hostel was very nice and comfortable and fulfilled of our needs. We enjoyed our stay in the accommodation. The stuff was very helpful and could answer any of our questions. We would definitely book this hostel again.


nice place to start and end a trip. felt very safe, cosy duvets. lovely dogs:) bar in hostel and exito shopping centre and banks pretty close. I liked not being downtown and being closer to the zona rosa. we would phone taxis to get to and from there at night and use the public transport nearby to get around during the day.


We spent our 4 first nights of our trip in Latin America here, and that was one of the best hostel I've ever been to, European ones included: safe, clean, very helpful staff, breakfast simple but OK to get you started, terrasses to have a drink with fellow travelers or locals, garden, kitchen free to use. Only cons: a bit noisy in the morning (drunk people back from the nearby zona G+traffic in the street) and a bit far from the touristy stuff (Candelaria), but overall awesome value for money.

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