How We Pick Our Hostels and Hotels
Motorcycle Travel Doesn't Have To Be Expensive
Motorcycle travel in Colombia doesn't have to be expensive. We choose premium places that represent the "best-of-class" option in each place we visit. Some places cost more than others but they are all very cool.
Nowadays, hostels have become a first choice for savvy travelers. The new breed of hostels are smashing the outdated stereotypes they’ve held in the past with trendy décor, modern technology, planet-friendly practices and most importantly, fun opportunities to meet new people – which is really what traveling is all about.
Enjoying an evening with strangers, soon to be friends, not having to pay an arm and a leg to stay in amazing accommodation and being in the centre of town – my guess is once you give it a try, you won’t want to go back.
‘But everyone knows hostels are dirty’, I hear you protest. ‘They’re only for young, single people who want to party all night’ you cry. Wrong! So wrong! I’m here to bust those myths once and for all.
Unique - If you’re looking for dreamy rooftop pools, incredible views, buzzing outdoor garden bars and some of the most instagramable interiors around you’ve come to the right place. Come stay in the most unique luxury hostels around.
Great Facilities - Private rooms with ensuite bathrooms. Everything is clean and comfortable. There are no bed bugs. There's fast Wi-Fi. There's a washing machine and a kitchen. and Places to plug in all of your gadgets.
Safe - 24-hour security and reception, security lockers, safety deposit boxes and security cameras are just a few of the safety features.
Clean - The cleanliness of your bed, sheets, bathroom, floors, and common spaces – everything is just as well looked after as the nearest hotel.
Characterized by its smaller size, personalized service and local personality, boutique hotels cater to the individual, providing very personalized, intimate service," These properties are designed to blend into the community and reflect the neighborhoods and cultures around them.
Size – Boutique hotels are typically small, with 10 to 20 rooms. They are intimate in scale, creating the ambiance of being a personal guest in a private home, rather than just a hotel occupant. They often have communal “living spaces” where guests can interact.
Individuality – Our properties have a distinctive vibe and never have the “cookie cutter” feel of being one in a series. They are often operated independently and are not affiliated with a major chain.
Design – The architecture and interior design of a boutique hotel is as unique as its operations, but always upscale and often combining historic details with chic elegance. The lines may be sleek and contemporary or quaint and homey – or even an artistic amalgamation. Boutique hotels convey a progressively forward style with fastidious décor. Guestrooms are individually decorated, and use upscale linens and exclusive amenities.
Character – Boutique hotels usually have an eccentric personality. They are fun and funky, trendy and offbeat but always beautiful. Their quirky sense of humor might be exhibited through creative guest offerings.
Service – Highly personalized service is a hallmark of boutique hotels. Staff will know your name on the first day of your stay. Providing bespoke luxury amenities such as an extensive pillow menu and custom toiletries, as well as offering sumptuous spa services creates a very high-quality, individualized experience.