Best Hostels in Bogota, Colombia for Solo Travellers, Couples, and Small Groups

Bogota is the capital of Colombia. It has many unique experiences to offer visitors as it maintains a balance of old and new. There are century old plazas and churches right next to high rise skyscrapers. There are peaceful, tree-lined bicycle paths that cut past chaotic streets.

The city's downtown is called El Centro and is where you'll find many of the historic buildings. Sporting events are typically held in El Occidente. This is also where you'll find most of the city's middle and upper class residential areas. The Northern part of the city has most of the modern development and the South is a poorer section of town.

There are plenty of hostels around Bogota. Most budget accommodation options are in La Candelaria, which is a colonial neighborhood in the center of the city. These hostels are usually fun places to stay where it's easy to meet other travelers from around the world. Many museums and nightlife options are also in walking distance.

How much do hostels in Bogota cost?

Average Dorm Price $10 ($6 to $15)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $33 ($12 to $120)

A good hostel for solo travellers, couples, and small groups.

Dorm Bed: $13.23
Private Room: $26.46
Overall Rating: 94%
Anandamayi hostel is an affordable and comfortable place to stay in Bogota. It's located in a beautiful colonial house in la Candelaria old town and it has several great common areas where guests can relax. There are three patios where you can chat with other guests outside. They have hammocks, flowers, fish ponds, waterfalls, and a nice garden where you might even see hummingbirds.

The hostel is a friendly place to stay. It can sleep up to 27 people in both dorms and private rooms. Private room options include singles, twins, and doubles. Dorms sleep up to twelve people. All rooms have shared bathrooms.

The hostel is centrally located near many of the city's top sights. It's walking distance to many different museums and theaters, as well as the Quinta de Bolivar, Monserrate Sanctuary, the Botero Museum, the Gold Museum, and more.

If you're looking for an affordable, comfortable and peaceful place to stay where you can be assured a good night's sleep, then this is a great option.
Calle 9 No. 2 - 81 (antigua) , Bogota, Colombia,

A family owned hostel that is a good option for solo travellers, couples, and small groups.

Dorm Bed: $14.11
Private Room: $22.28
Overall Rating: 92%
This family owned guesthouse is run by a Colombian-Swiss family that will welcome you to Bogota with friendly hospitality. The hostel is located in the historic heart of the city and is near many of the area's most popular sights and attractions. Nearby you'll find Av. Jimenez, Monserrate Church, los Periodistas Square , University los Andes as well as, different museums of the historical center in La Candelaria.

The hostel has a wide range of amenities available for guests including a sauna, a large shared kitchen, a tv lounge, and an outdoor area with a barbecue. There is also a nice view that looks out over La Candelaria.

There are a wide range of room types available. Whether you're traveling with a small group of friends, family, as a couple, or alone, there is a comfortable and affordable option for you. There is a family apartment that has a double bed, sofa bed, a cot, private bathroom, small kitchen, and a living room. This apartment can sleep two adults and two children. There's also a family sized room with a double bed and a sofa bed. Again, a maximum of two children can stay in this room with two adults.

Other rooms include doubles, and dorms. Dorms sleep up to five people and are co-ed.
Calle 12F # 2-09 , Bogota, Colombia,

A good hostel for solo travellers, couples, and small groups.

Dorm Bed: $35,000.00
Private Room: $45,000.00
Overall Rating: 90%
Masaya Hostel is located in the Candelaria district in the middle of Bogota. It's located in a large colonial house that is well maintained with a nice decor. The hostel is a fun place to stay where you can easily meet other guests. The staff offer a range of activities for visitors including salsa classes, live music, and local art exhibits. The staff can also help you with any travel arrangements or activities you may want to do.

There are several great common areas in the hostel and there are three patios that many guests enjoy relaxing on. You'll find hammocks and comfortable places to lounge. There is also a tv room, a pool table, and a ping pong table available. There's a full, shared kitchen available as well for guests who want to prepare their own meals. Free wi-fi is available throughout the house.

Masaya Hostel is a great option for all types of travelers. Solo travelers, couples, and groups of friends will all enjoy staying here. Private rooms include twins, doubles, and three bed rooms. Dorms sleep either four or six people.
Carrera 2 no 12 48 Candelaria Centro Bogota , Bogota, Colombia,
Dorm Bed: $10.42
Private Room: $13.89
Overall Rating: 90%
Mi Llave Hostel is an affordable and comfortable place to stay in Bogota. It's a great value for your money and it has all kinds of amenities available for guests. There is an entertainment area, a sun room, laundry facilities, and a beautiful courtyard with a nice patio. The hostel also has a full kitchen which guests can share. A continental breakfast is available in the price of the room.

The hostel is centrally located with relatively easy access to the historic and artistic parts of the city. It's located in a historic Colombian home and it has the feel of a bed and breakfast. You'll quickly feel like you're staying with friends or family. With its several different common areas, there is plenty of space where you can relax or hang out with other guests. It's also possible to rent the entire property to hold an event such as a business meeting or wedding reception.

Private rooms include singles, twins, and triples. Dorms sleep five, six, or seven people.
Cra 10A No. 67-29 Bogota , Bogota, Colombia,

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