Hostel Sue Candelaria
Carrera 3 # 12c-18, Bogota, Colombia


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Description

The name Sue comes from the ancient Chibcha language and means traveller. This word represents everything we are - we know and have everything you need for a great Colombian experience:

•• Heaps of information about Bogota and Colombia from our friendly bi-lingual staff
• Immaculately clean hostel thanks to our tireless 24 hour team of staff members (some of which may end up feeling like your mum away from home);
•• Daily organised activities to show you the best of Bogota;
•• Sociable bar serving the most delicious cocktails and beers at reasonable prices! (open Monday to Saturday, 6-12pm - giving you the option to party on outside or get a good night's sleep);
•• The hottest showers in South America (well if travel guides says it, it must be true);
•• Free breakfast daily and Colombian coffee served all day;
•• Free and fully equipped communal kitchen;
•• Our sociable (read: party addict) owner is well connected to often get hostel guests free entry to the best parties in Bogota;
•• Free luggage storage and lockers;
•• Free Wi-Fi, free computers with Skype and free headsets for you to call home;
•• 24 Security staff in a well-lit street for your safety;
•• Free local phone calls;
•• Free printing for that last minute plane ticket confirmation;
•• 2 LCD TV's with Satellite cable and unlimited access to our free extensive DVD library;
•• Clean, comfortable beds made up daily by our staff, and extra blankets when you need;
•• 24 hour reception for constant attention;
•• Book exchange at a fair 1 for 1 rate;
•• BBQ and hammocks in the beautiful courtyards for your use;
•• Quick, thorough and well-priced laundry service;
•• Spanish and Salsa classes in the bar on Thursday nights;
•• Beauty therapists on call for manicures, pedicures, haircuts and massages.

Not only do we offer everything you could possibly need within a hostel, we are located in the busy heart of La Candelaria - Bogota's best tourist destination - and are close to all the best tourist attractions and transport hubs for you to experience the real Colombia.

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Directions

From the Airport:
Bus: Catch a bus that has 'GERMANIA' written on the window sign and get off on the intersection of Calle 19 and Carrera 3. (COP 1,4000). Bogota's public transport system Transmilenio will be opening a new line soon to make this transfer much easier.

Taxi: You can catch a cab from the airport for approximately COP25,000. Register your cab at the office inside before leaving.

Airport Transfer: We have our own Sue van to take you from door to door at the same cost as a taxi (group of 1-3 COP 25,000; group 4-7 COP 45,000; 7-11 COP 80,000).

From the Bus Terminal:
Bus: Catch a bus that has 'GERMANIA' written on the window sign and get off on the intersection of Calle 19 and Carrera 3. (COP 1,4000). Bogota's Transmilenio line will be opening soon to make this transfer much easier.

Taxi: You can catch a cab from the airport for approximately COP15,000. Register your cab at the office inside before leaving.

Airport Transfer: We have our own Sue van to take you from door to door at the same cost as a taxi (group of 1-3 COP 25,000; group 4-7 COP 45,000; 7-11 COP 80,000).
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