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Ibis Bogota Museo

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Winthrop, Massachusetts
Reviewed 16 May 2011

If you are looking for a modern, slick, clean, safe, convenient and affordable hotel in Bogota, you can't beat Ibis Bogota Museo. It is very centrally located -- La Candelaria just to the south, Monsserate, and the northern districts of Chapinero, Zona Rosa, and Parque 93, are all just a very affordable taxi-ride away. There is a great restaurant right...

1Thank GigHarmon
Reviewed 13 May 2011

The hotel is about averge, the rooms are ok but small and the best word to describe the hotel is functional. The staff are neither efficient or well trained and I think I spent most of my stay waiting in reception to talk to someone. Only one staff member speaks any English and although friendly none of them were ever...

Thank Solotraveller42
Reviewed 12 May 2011

The Ibis is new enough that most taxi drivers don't know about it. The rooms are small but cleverly designed to make the most of the space--a small wardrobe, built-in desk, flat screen cable TV. The shower is the overhead straight-down "rain" type, with plenty of hot water at a steady temperature. There is construction extending the Transmilenio system going...

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Venice, Italy
Reviewed 7 May 2011

It was the best hotel in Bogota that we stayed at. Clean, confortable, great location, price was good also (we went 2 days, they had an offer on) Staff was nice and helpfull, was safe and I really like the fact that after all the issues with other hotels that we had in Bogota, this one was so symple to...

2Thank CeciliaCy
Medellin, Colombia
Reviewed 19 April 2011

First the good things: New, Clean, Well located, Affordable, pleasant atmosphere. The bad things: Accor online system did not save my reservation. People at front desk could not find it. (Me neither once I tryed in my laptop) even with the confirmation email. What happen if there are no rooms available? (I do not want to know). People at front...

1Thank FelipeBedoya
New York City, New York
Reviewed 15 April 2011

I checked in to this hotel while in transit in Bogota, Colombia heading for Santiago, Chile. The hotel though was a great value and I wish I could have stayed longer. They had free wireless internet in the lobby as well as computers with internet. The room was tidy, cozy (a little on the small side) and I didn't mind...

Thank CityGuy07052
Oslo, Norway
Reviewed 2 April 2011

Clean, new, modern located in the business area and near the historical center of the city. Very good value

2Thank Fershtet
Orlando, Florida
Reviewed 25 March 2011

The hotel is in a good location and with some good amenities but they nickle and dime you. The prices for international phone calls are overpriced as is the bar. The room airconditiong only cools.

Thank JimJonesO
Thessaloniki, Greece
Reviewed 22 December 2010

I stayed in the hotel for 7 days. It was a mess. I have never been in a most “stupid” hotel. The employees did not spoke but a very basic English. From the 3 elevators was only one working in an 18 floors hotel, so many time you have to wait 20-30’ in order to receive one!!! No internet connection...

7Thank Raminagropi
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 14 December 2010

found this place after staying at a guest house so stayed two nights with partner, it is fairly new place, rooms are small but comfortable and the price is great. next to the National Musuem, walking distance to movie theater ,resturantsand banking. The place remings me of Ikea in it's furnishings, there is free wi fi , they have a...

Thank griffbos

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The Ibis Bogotá Museo is located in Centro Internacional, the largest business district in Bogotá, to one side of the Museo Nacional, 15 minutes from the historic center of "La Candelaria" and 45 minutes from the airport. The rooms are equipped with bathroom, TV, soundproofed windows, safe and central air conditioning. The "Comes & Bebes" restaurant and bar has a 24-hour fast food service. We also have free Wi-Fi Internet access throughout the hotel and covered parking. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Ibis Bogota Museo

Address: Transversal 6 No 27 - 85 Centro Internacional, Bogota 11001, Colombia
Region: Colombia > Bogota
Price Range: ₹ 2,745 - ₹ 4,444 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Ibis Bogota Museo 3*
Number of rooms: 216
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#3 Green Hotel in Bogota
#5 Best Value Hotel in Bogota
#21 Family Hotel in Bogota
#47 Romantic Hotel in Bogota
#68 Business Hotel in Bogota
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“My room had a direct view north along La Septima, overlooking the National Museum. While there may have been quiter rooms, I liked the view.”
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“ask to be in the first floor, we went up (24) and the elevator took forever (depends on the hours)”
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