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La Pinta

Calle 65 # 5-67, Bogota


Why travel thousands of miles to go to a hostel run by foreigners or to a cheap place downtown with no atmosphere?Why not go to a place where you will stay with our staff of local people that also live there and will be more than happy to show you the city the way Colombian people enjoy it.We have been working hard to offer you a place with the best central location, comfortable beds, just remodeled bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, common areas and many more facilities and services, everything at a reasonable price.Please take a look at the site and see for yourself all the reasons to stay with us.


  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Airport Transfers
  • Bar
  • BBQ
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Bicycle Parking
  • Breakfast Included
  • Cable TV
  • Card Phones
  • Common Room
  • Currency Exchange
  • Free Internet Access
  • Games Room
  • Hairdryers
  • Linen Included
  • Lockers
  • Luggage Storage
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Parking
  • Tours/Travel Desk
  • Towels for hire



Traveler Reviews


Rating: 3 Reviewed on January 24, 2020

Cold showers, broken shower heads, room wasn’t clean. WiFi poor. Kitchen facilities good. Only reason we give this a 3 is because staff were excellent and helpful. Provided airport transfer and...

“Decent hostel for a good night's sleep ”

Rating: 4 Reviewed on July 31, 2019

La Pinta is a nice hostel and ideal if you want a decent night's sleep and to stay in a quiet, safer area of Bogota. We were aware of the negative connotations around Bogota being a dangerous place...

“Would recommend if looking for solitude away from La Candelaria”

Rating: 3 Reviewed on July 10, 2019

When I checked out, there was some question over whether or not I paid. Thankfully I had asked for and kept my receipt. Even so, there seemed to be a question about whether I paid the right amount...


La Pinta is centrally located in Bogotá at the skirts of Zona G (Restaurant Zone), 5 min walk from the Lourdes Church, 20 min from downtown (10 min in taxi), 15 min from Zona Rosa (Bar Zone) and 20 min from Usaquén, the hostel allows you to move easily throughout Bogotá.From the Airport: Take a taxi: $17.000 Colombian pesos (COP) ~ US$8; around 30 minutes.From the Bus Terminal: Take a taxi: $10.000 COP ~ US$5; around 20 minutes but depends on traffic.By Transmilenio: Stop at Calle 63 station (Zona A - Caracas, blue line) and walk in direction of the mountains (East), ask for “Carulla”. Cross the 7th avenue, walk two blocks to your left. On the 65 Street take a right and walk half a block. Cost: $1.500 COP ~ US$0.75; 8 minutes walk.By Bus: Take a bus that goes though the 7th avenue and get off at the 65 Street. Take that street in direction of the mountains and walk half a block. Cost: $1.200 COP ~ US$0.5


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