COP 18,000 per night
COP 18,000 per night
Hostal Fatima, Bogota, Colombia

Hostal Fatima

Bogotá, Colombia - Calle 14 No.2-24

2 Total reviews

  • Very safe and secure
  • The staff is outstanding
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Most recent review

Bogota to Taganga and all in between ... very cold at night... little water and cold for shower... breakfast was decent and staff would accommodate little requests. The place is nice...
value for money is about the same in all hostels but, very poor compared to other countries. I am from Canada ...

Description - Hostel

Hostal Fátima combines great decor in a setting that makes the house friendly and unforgettable.

Fatima is a place for multicultural encounters. It is a house that is more than 150 years old. With its beautiful colonial architecture it's a place where you can feel how the families of the nineteenth century used to live. Everything is adapted to a contemporary ambience; wood floors, stained glass windows, a central water fountain, a solarium with satellite television and a DVD player, a computer room complete with WI-FI service, a sauna, Jacuzzi. Also included on property is a room with international music where all our guests get related around a warm fireplace.

Hostal Fátima combines great decor in a setting that makes the house friendly and unforgettable.

The space
  • Property type: Hostel
  • Guest rooms/units: 30
  • Year built: 1850
  • Renovated: 2005
  • Public classification: 5
Hostel accommodations

Lowest price available: COP 18,000 (Colombian Peso)

Double Double Bed Private Bathroom Double Room Private Bathroom Mixed Room Per Person Single Standard
  • Check-in: 8:00am
  • Check-out: 1:00pm

Hostel amenities

Free coffee is available all day and there's a fully equiped self-catering kitchen for those who like to eat in.

Use of the internet is free and WiFi is also available if you're travelling with a laptop.

There's a jacuzzi, sauna and sun room for guest use at a small extra cost.

We have bar and restaurant for seervice of the guests.

24-hr front desk BBQ area Bar/lounge Breakfast (extra charge) Children permitted Concierge Free local phonecalls Gardens Hot tub Internet access Internet wireless (free) Laundry/valet service Meeting facilities Open 24 Hours Restaurant on site Room service Safe deposit box Sauna Smoking permitted Steam room Taxi service

Room amenities

Hostal Fatima has 70 beds divided between several 4-6 bed dorms and doble with or without bathroom.


Hostal Fatima is a little taste of luxury in Bogota, and with all the extras thrown in, you might find it hard to leave!

Points of interest
  • Museum
  • Restaurants
  • Monserrat
  • Palacio de Nariño
  • Center Historic
  • Old City
  • Casa de la Moneda
  • Chorro de Quevedo
  • Plaza de Bolivar
  • Gold Museum
  • Casa del Florero
  • Army Museum
  • Luis Angel Arango

Price details

COP 18,000 - 70,000 per night (Colombian Peso)

Available discounts


Location - Hostel

Calle 14 No.2-24
Bogotá D.C. (Bogota D.C.)
Colombia  57

Latitude: 4.6002, Longitude: -74.07273

How to get there

Hostal Fátima is located in the La Candelaria neighborhood in the historical center, the house is one block away of the Chorro de Quevedo, place where the city was founded.
At a walking distance are the oldest streets and houses of the city and some of the most representative symbols of the city as Plaza de Bolivar, the Gold Museum, Casa del Florero, Army Museum, Luis Angel Arango library, Camerín del Carmen, Santa Clara Church, Nariño´s House and the Collection donated by Fernando Botero at the Casa de la Moneda.
The Candelaria District is also a Universities place that has a long variety of restaurants, theaters, coffee shops and bars for everyones taste.(C ZONE)

Something important to know when you arrive to Bogotá is that at the terminal and Airport you can find a window of the taxis services where they give you a ticket with the fare when you say where are you going to. Explain there that the Hostel is in the - Candelaria centro - neighborhood.
Remember, the address is Calle 14 No. 2-24 (14th street number 2-24) and that in Bogotá streets are numbered higher from south to north in the North part and from north to south in the South, The carreras also most of the Avenues grow in number from east (the mountains) to west.
To get to Hostal Fatima by bus or buseta you take the one that says Germania on the sign and get down at 19th street with carrera tercera. That is the same place where the trasmilenio´s Las aguas station is.

Nearest airport: Airport El Dorado