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Masaya Hostel Bogotá, Bogota

2 stars
Carrera 2, 12-48BogotaDistrito CapitalColombia, 800-491-6126
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Excellent4.0 / 5
Vibe
Awesome vibe
Location
Great location
Bar
Bar is awesome
Breakfast
Tasty breakfast
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Masaya Hostel Bogotá, Bogota

Hotel Info: 866-539-8117

from $32
  • Deluxe Room, Private Bathroom
  • Standard Room, Private Bathroom
  • Standard Double Room, Shared Bathroom
  • Triple Room, Shared Bathroom
  • One Bed in a Coed Dorm Room for 5 people
  • Deluxe Twin Room, Private Bathroom
  • Standard Twin Room, Shared Bathroom
  • One Bed in a Female Dorm Room for 8 people
  • One Bed in a Coed Dorm Room for 10 People

At a glance

Key facts

Hotel size

  • This hotel has 16 rooms
  • This hotel is arranged over 3 floors

Arriving/leaving

  • Check-in time starts at 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time is 11:00 AM

Required at check in

  • Credit card or cash deposit required

  • Government-issued photo ID required

  • Minimum check-in age is 18

Travelling with others

Children

  • Children (18 years old and younger) not allowed

  • Parents must have child's birth certificate and photo ID *

  • No cribs (infant beds)

Pets

  • No pets or service animals allowed

Internet

  • Free WiFi in public areas

  • Free WiFi in rooms

Transportation

Parking

  • No parking

Other information

  • Resort fee included

Also known as

  • Hostel Masaya
  • Masaya Bogota
  • Masaya Hostel
  • Masaya Hostel Bogota

Policies

If you are traveling with a child your property may require you to present the following documents: Parents traveling into Colombia with a child under 18 may be required to present the child's birth certificate and photo ID (passport for foreign visitors) upon check-in. If a relative or legal guardian is traveling into Colombia with the child, that relative or legal guardian may be required to present a notarized consent of travel signed by both parents and a copy of both parents' ID. If only one parent is traveling into Colombia with the child, that parent may be required to present a notarized consent of travel signed by the other parent. Visitors who plan to travel with children should consult with a Colombian consulate office prior to travel for further guidance.

Only registered guests are allowed in the guestrooms.

Mandatory fees

The charges below are included in the total price displayed:

  • Resort fee

Optional extras

Breakfast costs between COP 0 and COP 8000 per person (approximately)

In the hotel

Food and drink
  • Buffet breakfast daily (surcharge)
  • Bar/lounge
  • Snack bar/deli
  • Free reception
  • Coffee/tea in a common area
  • Barbecue grills
Things to do
  • Ecotours on site
Working away
  • Computer station
Services
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Tours/ticket assistance
  • Laundry facilities
  • Luggage storage
  • Multilingual staff
Facilities
  • Number of buildings/towers - 1
  • Year Built 1800
  • Designated smoking areas
  • Library
  • Television in common areas

In the room

Things to enjoy
  • Individually decorated
Freshen up
  • Rainfall showerhead
  • Shower only
Be entertained
  • Premium TV channels
  • DVD player
  • Video-game console
Stay connected
  • Free WiFi
Food and drink
  • Cookware, dishware, and utensils
More
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Access via exterior corridors

Masaya Hostel Bogotá, Bogota’s small print

Also known as

  • Hostel Masaya
  • Masaya Bogota
  • Masaya Hostel
  • Masaya Hostel Bogota

Policies

If you are traveling with a child your property may require you to present the following documents: Parents traveling into Colombia with a child under 18 may be required to present the child's birth certificate and photo ID (passport for foreign visitors) upon check-in. If a relative or legal guardian is traveling into Colombia with the child, that relative or legal guardian may be required to present a notarized consent of travel signed by both parents and a copy of both parents' ID. If only one parent is traveling into Colombia with the child, that parent may be required to present a notarized consent of travel signed by the other parent. Visitors who plan to travel with children should consult with a Colombian consulate office prior to travel for further guidance.

Only registered guests are allowed in the guestrooms.

Mandatory fees

The charges below are included in the total price displayed:

  • Resort fee

Optional extras

Breakfast costs between COP 0 and COP 8000 per person (approximately)

We have included all charges provided to us by this hotel. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book.

Recent reviews

Excellent 4.0 /5 from 24 reviews

Masaya Hostel Bogotá, Bogota
Excellent4.0 / 5
Masaya Hostel is a winner
Masaya is a clean, friendly hostel. The hostel experience is about inexpensive, community-oriented experiences, and Masaya was just that. We easily made friends with other travelers as well as the staff. And the outings offered at the hostel were perfectly inline with their focus on local, sustainable exploration.
5 night family trip
Masaya Hostel Bogotá, Bogota
Outstanding5.0 / 5
Masaya was great
I really enjoyed this hostel. It was cozy and clean and felt like a bit of the city tucked secretly away from the rest. Leo at breakfast time was always a happy face that started the day off well.
2 night trip
Masaya Hostel Bogotá, Bogota
Outstanding5.0 / 5
Urban Oasis in La Candeleria
I have stayed at many hostels and I will say that Masaya was easily one of my top picks. This place is large with multiple common areas. The rooms were nearly spotless and the location was as good as it gets. You are close to everything La Candeleria has to offer and more! The hostel has your usual amenities with computers, kitchen, VERY clean bathrooms, computers, good internet, and more. They have a wonderful and tasty breakfast and cooking classes that were well thought out and very inviting. A big bonus about Masaya that I quite enjoyed was that demographics of people staying there. It was not your typical young 20's crowd but an eclectic mix of young and old from all over the world. This was incredible. A good vibe, great environment that was not without its party moments but still allowed for a pleasant night’s sleep when ready to turn in. My favorite part of this Hostel was one of the employees Brigitte. She was an absolute incredible host and a huge asset to the Hostel. She greeted as if we were family or close friends with a big happy smile, joined us for games of pool and gave excellent recommendation of things to do in the area. Masaya is lucky to have such an excellent employee. I believe a promotion and raise is definitely in order. To the bosses and owners of Masaya...keep this employee and don't let her go because she made our stay in Bogota memorable and our stay at your hostel unforgettable! Thanks Brigitte and thanks Masaya.
2 night trip with friends
Masaya Hostel Bogotá, Bogota
Good3.0 / 5
Backpacker Hostel in Bogota
Pleasant stay (Friendly and Helpful Staff/Good Breakfast) except NO HOT WATER.
3 night trip with friends
Masaya Hostel Bogotá, Bogota
Outstanding5.0 / 5
Awesome, friendly place to stay. Close to sights.
I cannot say enough good things about this hostel. The breakfast was above-average for hostel fare (not just toast and fruit, but eggs, cereal, etc.) The staff was super friendly and very helpful. Most spoke fluent English (which is not always the case in Colombia). They even helped us figure out later parts of our trip in Cartagena. The bathrooms and rooms were very frequently cleaned. The one complaint is that our room was very musty/damp smelling. But for $30 a night during the holiday season, it was a great bargain.
3 night romance trip

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Masaya Hostel Bogotá, Bogota

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