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Masaya Bogotá

Located in the Candelaria district, the historic center of Bogota, Masaya Hostels Bogotá is an immersion inside the Colombian culture.

You will be welcomed in a big colonial house with a typical decor.

In order to enjoy fully your local experience, Masaya offers you multiple activities: salsa classes, live music, local artists in live and expositions… Masaya staff will provide you all information about excursions, tours and cultural events in and around the city.

Three comfortable patios allow you to relax in hammocks and to meet Colombian people and foreigners. Guests have at their disposal all amenities needed: Free Wifi everywhere, fully equipped kitchen, TV room, computers with internet, pool table, ping-pong table…

Masaya Hostel Bogotá has a 24h front desk service, laundry service and a bar.

Offering a variety of private rooms and single beds in dormitories, Masaya hostel caters for travelers, families and groups of friends. The rooms come with either a private or shared bathroom, and Standard and Deluxe private rooms have cable television.

In the evening, you can discover our typical bar with Colombian and international flavors.

Masaya’s location is perfect to discover all principals’ attractions of the capital:

Cerro Monserrate Hill (2 km), Gold museum (500m), Botero museum (500m), and Chorro de Quevedo the artist centre (50m).

Book your Stay at Masaya Bogotá

Standard 4 Bed Female Dorm Ensuite

Exclusive female dorm with 4 capsule beds. Each bed with blackout curtain, reading lamp, usb plugs and locker. Private bathroom. Breakfast is not included.
from US$16/day

Standard Double Bed Private Ensuite

Tv cable, king size bed, internet, private bathroom
from US$49/day

Superior Double Bed Private Ensuite

Private room with a queen size bed. Flat screen TV, internet, private bathroom.
from US$55/day

Standard 6 Bed Mixed Dorm

6 bunk beds dorm. Each bed with curtain, reading lamp and locker. Shared bathroom. Breakfast is not included.
from US$13/day

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