Super comfortable apartment two blocks away from Simón Bolivar Park. Close to everything, yet calm and quiet so you can rest. Enjoy a fully stocked kitchen, great coffee and as much privacy or interaction with us as you want.
Hi! I live in a very comfortable and spacious 2 level apartment with my family. It's three blocks away from Bogota's Central Park –which is bigger than New York's, by the way :) – and great transportation options around.
Your bedroom is on the second level. The living/dining room, kitchen and my home office in the first floor. You can have as much privacy or interaction with us as you want.
Accès des voyageurs
The apartment is a recently remodeled 2 floor unit with lot's of natural light and a great vibe.
Your room is spacious and is always kept very clean. If you have some work to do there's extra room in my office.
Fresh towels and linens are provided. They are changed every week, but can be switched earlier upon request.
If you like cooking there's a fully stocked kitchen at your disposal. There's also a espresso machine you can use anytime. Coffee in the apartment come's from my grandfather's farm, so you'll enjoy truly fresh colombian coffee.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I'm a web developer/entrepreneur. I work from home, so I'll be around most of the time if you want to chat or need help with anything. If you'd like privacy though, your room is on the second floor so you can go about your business without being disturbed.
I usually hang out with my girlfriend or my friends and cook dinner with them once a week, sometimes in my apartment. You're very welcome to join any time you want, either if you love cooking or just good food.
Very recently we adopted a little dog we found shivering on a public transport station. His name is Rocky and he's very friendly.
- Be kind to Rocky
- Just treat the apartment as if it were your own home :)
I'm a Colombian entrepreneur that loves cooking, technology, design and meeting people from all over the world. I've vowed never to stay in a hotel unless I absolutely have to, since The Airbnb experience of visiting a place and seeing it through the eyes of the people who live there is so much better.