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Selina Chapinero

Bogotá in Colombia 🇨🇴 and 7 other locations      ✉️


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This was a great place to stay. The location was about a 10 minute walk to a bunch of restaurants and shops, the service was great and the room is nice. It's a kinda old building but still very nice. I enjoyed my couple days here and love the activities and amenities that they offer. This was our 4th Selina and our favorite one.
Honestly I was expecting more from this place and the Selina brand. I booked specially here because I´ve heard good comments in other countries. Unfortunately I had problems with the shower and the reception team did not fix it in the next 48 hours. Aditionally, one of my pillows smell like feet :(.
Nice location & entrance! Good prices as well for the room. For the rest, the worst Selina I’ve stayed at. Squeeky bed, things falling off in the bathroom, very loud and thin walls that didn’t allow us to sleep on a Wednesday night. The room looks nothing like the pictures, sterile and pipes coming from the roof and walls. I was excited for this stay but in all honesty was disappointed.
One of the most amazing service I’ve ever had Víctor and Sebastian are both huge bartenders ! A lot of knowledge and expertise. Loved the place, loved the staff.
Plus - The guy who was doing the room cleaning was amiable and helpful. The location has tasty and cheap local breakfast and meal deals. Safe location, within walk distance or a short taxi drive from some cool neighbours. Disliked - They "upgrade" us to a worse room. We booked the studio, and we ended up stuck with a normal double room. When I told them I refused the upgrade because the room was worse and smaller, they told me they were full, and that was the only room available. I booked the studio ages ago, and the hostel was far from full. We had no other choice than to have a small old room with only one desk - useless because the lights next to the desk didn't even work. The restaurant is a tourist trap. The prices are double that of any coffee around the hostel, and the quality is less than half. The menu says coffee and juice were included in the breakfast but the juice was never served. The bed was so uncomfortable that every time my partner moved, I was jumping on the other side of the mattress. In general, the "upgrade" double room was outdated and very noise since it was facing the main street. They close the co-work space randomly for events and parties. One morning, a few girls decided to sing around the fire in the co-work space and thanks to that I had all my clothes smelling. Another morning, someone was blasting reggaeton in a room next to the co-work space, making it impossible to work there. The co-work space is not a plus as you might expect, due to all these random constraints. The staff was a little bit lazy, and no information was provided or a tour during the check-in. I ended up spending a week there and didn't find the shared kitchen to cook a few meals or the yoga studio. Not very stable internet in the room. On party days, it's hard to sleep even when they told me the party should be over by 1 am - it was not.
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