Kozii Hostel D.C
Kozii Hostel D.C is a hostel, an idea and a promise: a peaceful, warm, ecofriendly place where you can practice your spanish
Kozii Hostel D.C has rooms both private and shared, a really nice backyard and a terrace where you can meditate, chat or collect your thoughts and impressions after a long day.
We offer warm rooms (Bogota is a bit chilly), comfortable and big beds with new linen and sheets, plenty of activities both in Kozii and recommended by our helpful staff, natural and spiritual activities, a shared kitchen, bathrooms and showers, travel advice, nice common areas (tv, cable, movies, internet, books and games) where you can interact with local people and fellow travelers and immerse in our culture.
Lots of Love: We put our heart in every tiny detail of the hostel with ecofriendly materials.
Cancellation policy: 48h advance notice
Payment upon arrival by cash only
Check in from 14.00
Check out before 12.00
Lockers and locks to hire
예약 가능 여부 및 가격예약 가능 여부와 가격을 보려면 날짜를 선택한 후 '날짜 업데이트'를 클릭하세요'
호스텔 시설 & 정책
- 24시간 리셉션
- 연령 제한
- 자전거 대여
- 책 교환
- 조식 포함
- 케이블 TV
- 어린이 친화적
- 신용 카드가 허용됨
- 무료 시티 맵
- 무료 인터넷 액세스
- 무료 와이파이
- 온수 샤워
- 세탁 설비
- 시트 포함
- 수하물 보관소
- 통금 시간 없음
- 야외 테라스
- 세금 포함
- 차&커피 시설
- 타월 대여
취소 정책이 숙소는 2일 취소 정책이 있습니다. 이 시간 내에 취소하지 않으면 체류 첫날 밤에 부과되는 숙박료와 똑같은 금액의 취소 수수료가 발생합니다.
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From the airport:
We recommend to take a cab, is the easiest way to arrive to the Hostel from the airport. In the terminal, search for the cab service counter. In this place you should give the address (Carrera 10A #67-66), and the person at the counter will give you a paper with the information for the cab driver and the price you should pay for the trip.
The aproximate price is $20,000 colombian pesos (About USD$12).
Don’t pay more than the fare in the paper and if you have any questions, you should contact the hostel.
Leaving the airport you can take the 16-14 shuttle bus to the Dorado Transmilenio Portal.
There take the L10 till 22d street station. There you transfer to any bus that goes to “Flores” 69th Street station. B13 will do. The station has two exits, take the 69th street exit and walk up (toward the hills) 3 blocks, till you find 10A street. Make a right turn and half a block away you’ll find a cherry tree and our entrance.
From the bus terminal:
From the terminal the best way to arrive to the hostel is by taxi.
The journey should take 30 minutes. Once you get off the bus in the terminal and have your luggage, search for the Cab service counter that is in one of the Terminal exits. In this place you should give the address (Carrera 10 A # 67-66), and the will give you a paper with the information for the cab driver and the fare.
The cost is approximately $15,000 colombian pesos (about USD$ 8). Don’t pay more that what the paper says and if you have any questions you should call the hostel.
From la Caldelaria (downtown) by Transmilenio:
You can take Transmilenio from the “Las Aguas” or “Museo del Oro” stations. In any of this stations get on the B74 bus until you arrive to “Aenida 39' station. There you should transfer to B1 bus and get out in “Flores” (69TH street) station.
The station has to exits, take the 69th street exit and walk toward the hills 3 blocks, till you find 10A street. Make a right turn and half a block away you’ll find a cherry tree and our entrance. The cost is of $1.700 colombian pesos (about USD$ 1).
In 19th Street take any bus that goes through 7th Street, we recommend the ones with “Usaquen”, “Lijaca” or “Verbenal” in the bus board. When you arrive to 67th street get off, cross the avenue and go down (away from the hills) to 10A street. Then make a right turn and walk one and a half blocks. The hostel is on the right side of the street, next to a cherry tree. The fare is $1,500 colombian pesos (about USD$ 1).
Thanks to our location you can arrive easily to the hostel from any part of Bogotá, because we are just blocks away from the main avenues that connect Bogotá from north to south: 4 blocks away of 7th street, 1 block away of 11th street where you find buses to almost anywhere in Bogotá and 3 blocks form the main public transportation system Transmilenio.