Hostels in Bogotá, Colombia

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Hostal Casa Colibrí
7,8 Good
Avenida Jimenez No. 3-75, Int 6, Bogotá, Colombia
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9,9 km from city centre, Bogotá, Colombia 
GoodBased on 532 reviews
7,8

This comfortable hostel in Bogota offers free wireless internet, as well as luggage storage and a concierge. It is ideally located for those wishing to visit local attractions.

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Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:March
Average price in Bogotá:R6 371/night
Cheapest price found:R65/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Monday
R99 - R1 861
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
R227 - R427
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Facts about staying in Bogotá

  • What is the cost of a hostel in Bogotá?

    Bogotá hostels are R393/night, on average. However, you may find that prices fluctuate depending on the time of year. In May is often the cheapest month to book, and in July is the most expensive month to book a hostel in Bogotá. Our users recently found hostels for R67/night - which is currently the lowest price. Keep in mind that we would consider anything in Bogotá for R371/night or less a good deal.

  • What hostel is closest to Bogotá El Dorado Airport?

    Hostal Casa Colibrí is 14,1 km away from Bogotá El Dorado Airport, making it the closest Bogotá hostel to the city’s most popular airport.

  • Should I stay in a Bogotá hostel?

    Staying in a Bogotá hostel has many benefits, including cost savings, proximity to the centre of the city, a social and laid-back atmosphere, and similar amenities to hotels (such as Wi-Fi, continental breakfast, or 24/7 check-in). Hostels in Bogotá tend to attract younger, solo travellers, but they can be great for couples and families as well.