Best places to stay in Colombia: Cafe Tosaky, Cali

Finding a good place to stay is always tricky. You’re never quite sure what to expect, so in a bid to help visitors to Colombia we’re starting a new feature to cast some light on picking the best hostels or hotels. This week it’s Cafe Tostaky, Cali.

We are a young hostel with lots to offer.  Between our comfortable atmosphere, free wifi, freshly-made French style coffee, and a wealth of information you will feel at home in our establishment and in Cali.  We offer laundry service and our lobby is staffed 24 hours a day.  Our neighbourhood, San Antonio, is an artist enclave and it is very safe to walk around.  There are markets and a bakery nearby.  The centro is within walking distance

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Email address: cafetostaky@gmail.com

Website: http://www.cafetostaky.blogspot.com/

Telephone: 300 355 1650 – 301 549 1871

Address: Cali, Valle del Cauca, Colombia Café Tostaky – Carrera 10 # 1-76

Features: We have 13 beds in total.  Dorm beds start at 17,000/night and we have single and doubles priced between 25,000/night and 35,000/night.

Aimed at: Backpackers

DID YOU STAY HERE? TELL US ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCE BELOW

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Why should a traveller stay at your hostel?

Our staff are friendly and very knowledgable and we have the best coffee downtown. We were started by backpackers for backpackers.

What is Colombia’s best kept secret?

I cannot tell you … but if you search, you will find the secret only in the hearts of Colombians.

If you only had 24hrs to spend in Colombia, what would you do?

Drink good coffee, take a salsa class, and go out to dance.

What’s your best tip for a first time visitor to Colombia?

Forget everything you’ve heard about Colombia.  Let yourself be surprised by the warmth of the people, the diversity of what Colombia has to offer.

How has travel in Colombia changed in the last 5 years?

Colombia has become as safe as other Latin American Countries.

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