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Pueblito de Yerbabuena

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Adelante del Puente de la Caro Autopista norte 2, Chia 250008 Colombia
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Pueblito de Yerbabuena is a village of colonial surrounding located to the north of Bogota, where its perfect facilities, gather centuries of history and heritage, with the necessary elements for a success events organization, the enjoyment of the delicious Colombian gastronomy or just get a pleasant break from the hectic days in our SPA and pass a dreamed night, lulled by the romanticism of our lodging.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Grade: 37 out of 100
11Restaurantswithin 1 km
3Attractionswithin 1 km
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groncios wrote a review Aug 2015
Zipaquira, Colombia32 contributions13 helpful votes
For working reasons I've been staying in this hotel for the last three months, and they have treated me as being home. The hotel is quite separate and completely surrounded by nature and you can wake up with the sound of birds. Food is really good, but the best part is the service received.
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Date of stay: June 2015
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Room Tip: Rooms that have metallic chimneys. Rooms closer to the center of the hotel have better wifi signal
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Jafo19D wrote a review Jul 2014
VA134 contributions89 helpful votes
Bottom line is that this is not a luxurious Westin or Oriental, they are all simple cabins with dated furniture but beautiful and romantic. I made reservations and back the Sabana Tour train drop us off in La Caro. From there we walked about 2-3 km along the highway (we probably shouldn't have done that) to the hotel. Rang the bell at the gate and them staff cleaning a cabin saw us but I guess ignored us because we weren't in a car. Finally a guard came even though I told him I had a reservation he kept me on the other side of the gate until he verified, a process that took about 5 minutes because he's probably illiterate. Once I got in they took me to the cabin and offered to give me another if I wanted, looked fine to me though the furniture was very dated. From what I understand the cabins come in three prices ranges, the top one having a kitchen, I took a mid range cabin. Had a fireplace, tub, small table to eat at, a real old sofa where you sink to the floor, old cable TV, old bed and a portable heater that was messed up. What we loved about it is that we felt secluded and the place was gorgeous. No extra charges for room service and food was good though a big expensive by Colombian standards. My wife had fettuccini and I had Ajiaco each about COP 19,000. They have a mini bar that doesn't have jacked up prices. The original plan was to get a cab to take us to Andres Carne de Res in Chía but we decided to stay in since my wife fell in love with the place. The driver they use would have charged us 25k to Andrés. Didn't have water but they fixed that in a few minutes. They also came to the room to light the fireplace. For breakfast no one else was around so they took us to the small dining room and lit up the fireplace. Very nice and cozy but again, expensive by Colombian standards my eggs, arepa, hot chocolate and roll cost 19,000. To get back by Bogota I could have crossed the highway and hailed a bus but we were in a hurry to get to the flea market so we used their car service. The driver charged me 55k in a nice SUV to take us to northern Bogotá (Call 150, Carrera7a) which is pretty decent. The price for one night not including food was 195,000 or about $100. My wife wants to go back.
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Date of stay: July 2014
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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weulander wrote a review Feb 2014
Askov, Minnesota40 contributions3 helpful votes
This place was absolutey lovely. Nestled in the mountains a bit north of Bogota Colombia. The cabanas have a real old world charm. The food was excellent and the room service was superb. My new wife and I stayed in one of the bridal units. I really can not comment on the price as the stay was a wedding gift. Whatever the cost is, it is well worth it! If you are looking for a place near Bogota away from the city with crisp clean air and a view of the stars at night, this it!
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Date of stay: February 2014
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yabberuk wrote a review Nov 2012
weston-s-mare27 contributions14 helpful votes
very secure, armed guards at night etc. good for exploring chia which is a wonderful place in itself. helpful staff and a rustic atmosphere. i did find it could get a little cold at night, but other than that i really enjoyed it. it is close to the motorway but i found this an unexpected bonus as i was driving and it just made everything really easy, i used to love coming up to the compound gates at night and beeping the horn and watching the guards appear and open the gate, there was just something very cool about it. if you dont speak spanish at least remember the word 'chimenea' as saying this down the phone to reception will produce a man with firewood and a can of petrol who will come and start a crackling fire in the villa for you. very atmospheric.
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Date of stay: January 2012
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Fcaicedo wrote a review Sep 2011
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We booked the hotel to have a get a way weekend from bogota. We came at 10:00pm and the service was pretty ok in the reception. We were disappointed as we found out that we had paid for a villa which was not located inthe old town. The villa is placed a few meters away from the highway and it's really loud. You can hear every car that passes by.... It was not a pleasant night The heat and sound of the fire place was nice and helped to get some sleep.... But at 07:00 am we were awaken due the noise of the passing vehicles Breakfast was fine, so is was service.
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Date of stay: September 2011
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ColombiaCundinamarca DepartmentChia
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Frequently Asked Questions about Pueblito de Yerbabuena
Which popular attractions are close to Pueblito de Yerbabuena?
Nearby attractions include Centro Comercial Cento Chia (0.6 km) and Plaza Mayor Paseo Comercial (0.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Pueblito de Yerbabuena?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Pueblito de Yerbabuena?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Pueblito de Yerbabuena?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Pueblito de Yerbabuena?
Conveniently located restaurants include Komiyama, Restaurante Colombia, and Yerbabuena Pan & Cafe.
Are there any historical sites close to Pueblito de Yerbabuena?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Anapoima (15.4 km).