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Rooms at Hotel El Duque Centro International feature a rustic decor with carpeted floors and wooden furnishings. They include a minibar and the private bathrooms have showers.
An American breakfast is served in the restaurant. During the evening, guests can enjoy regional and international dishes. The hotel's bar serves a wide variety of drinks and also offers a special wine menu card.
El Duque Centro International Hotel is located a 40 minutes' drive from El Dorado International Airport. It offers a special shuttle service upon request and free private parking is available on site.
Check In: 15:00 am
Check Out: 11:00 am
Payment Types Accepted; American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Diners Club, Cash
Breakfast in included
Cancellation Policy; All reservation must be cancelled 3 days prior to the arrival to the hotel in order to avoid penalty of one night\'s room and tax. NO SHOW will be penalized for one night\'s room and tax.
To get out from the airport into the city there are a couple of options: 1) Regulated taxis. The typical price will range from 15.000 up to 25.000 COP. 2) Bus. Walking only some meters outside the main door entrance, you will find a 'paradero' (bus stop) with frecuent busetas passing by. Although this is by far the cheapest option (around 1.200 COP), it can be daring if you don't know the city already, since the bus only indicates the main places where it passes by. However, bus drivers are very friendly and quite helpful, and you can ask them to indicate you when the bus is passing a certain point of the city. A good option is to ask him to drop you close by a Transmilenio station and then continue your trip from there