Your destination is within the historic bohemian Teusaquillo neighbourhood (Teusaquillo lo tiene todo), just blocks from the Parkway’s dining and nightlife. A peaceful park is just across the street. You’re a 40-minute walk from the Museo del Oro (Gold museum) or the famous Paloquemao farmers’ market, just a 7-minute stroll from a French bakery with the best baguettes in town, close to the Bogotá’s famous colonial area La Candelaria and three blocks away from Bogota’s mass transit system station Transmilenio.
Here we provide self service purified water (cold and hot), ice machine, some of Colombia’s best coffee, Colombian fruits, and assorted teas. We want you to have the pleasure of having a nice cup of coffee mostly at any time (between 7 a.m. until 9 p.m.) or our very famous coca tea. This tea is said to be good for the altitude sickness. Also there is bananas, granadillas, pitayas for you to delight at our coffee station.
All of our rooms offer hand crafted furniture, modern fully equipped bathrooms, eight layer soundproof windows, therapeutic beds with extra pillows, HighSpeed internet (25Mb), Smart TVs & international Cable channels and universal power-adapters. The house has security systems and we provide 24-hour staffing to ensure your comfort and safety.
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“Our stay at the Bogotá Bed and Breakfast was possibly our best lodging experience ever. This statement doesn’t come lightly as our travel history extends to over 150 countries. My son and I stayed there for 3 days in November enroute to the Brazilian Amazon and had such a unique experience that we rerouted our trip home, back through Bogotá, just to stay with them again. Previous reviews have adequately described the property as a painstaking and heartfelt restoration of a beautiful historic building. That being said one could not overstate the hospitality and warmth of Beatriz and Rick. They are 100% committed to both the property and the overall guest experience.”
HOW TO FIND US
Bogota’s streets form a grid, where a “Calle” runs from east to west and a “Carrera” from north to south. We are located in: Calle 34, Carrera 17, House number 1
If you arrive at the airport El Dorado only use the official yellow taxis! You must join the line or queue outside the airport. If you are coming International go to Exit 2. It will take about 25 minutes to reach us and cost around $ 30.000 COP.