sello casa cubil design hostel Bogota Colombia

Set in a historic home and neighbourhood, Casa Cubil is a one of a kind design hostel in Bogota where privacy, comfort and decor are paramount. Every detail has been thoroughly thought of to provide a uniquely Bogota experience for travellers and explorers. Because traveling on budget does not mean that you have to forget design and comfort, we offer private and shared rooms, the latter furnished with our bespoke Cubils or Pods that provide a private sleeping space even if you choose a shared bedroom. We also offer individual bathrooms with high quality finishes.

 
 
 
 
 

CONCEPT

 
 
 
 

At Casa Cubil you will feel transported to the Bogota of the 1940’s. The house was painstakingly refurbished to preserve the architectural features of the era, whilst the interior design has been inspired by the style of the time. Every detail was thoughtfully included to ensure that our visitors have a quintessentially Bogota experience. We pride ourselves on offering high quality, stylish, unique, clean and affordable accommodation. 

sello casa cubil design hostel Bogota Colombia
 
 

LOCATION                                      {Teusaquillo}

 

The house offers a convenient central location for travellers, with easy access to many amenities and attractions, including El Dorado International Airport, the historic City Center, Monserrate, Corferias (Bogota International Business and Exhibitions Center), and The Campin Football Stadium.

Casa Cubil is located in a historic building overlooking a charming park in Teusaquillo, a neighbourhood with a conservation designation due to its rich architectural history. Developed in the 1930’s and 1940’s, Teusaquillo was built to house the wealthy Bogotano families of the time and has ever since been characterised by its ample green spaces and proximity to the city center. Previously comprised of haciendas, during the 1930’s the area’s development was inspired by the European urbanism movements City Beautiful and City Garden as well as the neo-colonial French and English architectural styles of the time. The mostly Neo-Tudor Victorian red brick designs have been preserved to this day and now epitomise Bogota’s classic architecture. 

Carrera 17 #39-13             Bogotá / Colombia