Make no mistake about it, this hotel is not in a nice part of town... It's fine as long as you don't mind hearing "don't go out at night here" from every English-speaking taxi driver that drops you off, but believe me, they don't need to tell you that.
The hotel itself is fine. The panoramic windows that sold it to me are a nice feature, and we could see the Cerro de Monserrate from our bed which was pretty cool. Looking in the other direction though, and you feel that maybe they'd have been better off keeping the windows small. Breakfast is fine if a little limited, eggs cooked to roder and some fruit/croissants. WiFi was down for one of the days/nights we stayed, which wouldn't usually bother us but it left our families worried without their daily updates (which they insist upon, given that this is apparently such a drug-fuelled, gun-ravaged city; we haven't found that to be the case).
Overall we can't complain too much, considering the price, but when we come back to Bogota in a few weeks we'll be staying in the North of town (Zona Rosa) rather than the South (La Candeleria).More
- Free Wifi