Best Luxury Hotels In Bogotá

Founded in 1538, this high-altitude capital of Colombia is divided into individual neighbourhoods, each with its own character. The nation as a whole has seen a rise in tourism over the past decade, with visitors recognising the art, culture, heritage and unique experiences to be appreciated. Bordered by the majestic Andes mountain range and with an abundance of green spaces, the city is ideal for those who wish to feel close to nature, as well as those who enjoy viewing colonial-era architecture. Major theatre, music and arts festivals are hosted annually and Bogota’s flea markets are well worth checking out.

Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogotá

Found in the G Zone – Bogota’s gourmet epicentre – this is a top choice for foodies, with a greenhouse atrium restaurant, Castanyoles, onsite. The hotel is so stunning, with its columns, beamed ceilings, and hand-carved details, it’s been made a Monument of Cultural Interest. The building was designed by artist-architect Santiago Medina Mejia, erected in 1946, with each room displaying its own individual character. As a Four Seasons property, Casa Medina has an air of calm sophistication, no more so than in the spa, where you can book a relaxation experience, such as a Colombian Green Coffee Wrap.

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W Bogotá

The fashionable district of Usaquén is home to Bogota’s W. Styled for those who like their hotels glitzy and quirky, this incarnation of the brand’s party-centric property has a lot of gold built into the decor. Choose a Wonderful, Fabulous or Spectacular room with views of the glittering skyline and colourful murals spanning the walls and ceiling. Swim in the mysterious black indoor pool, get pampered at the AWAY spa, dine in the Market Kitchen, sip signature cocktails in the Lounge bar and listen to tunes from top DJs. If you’re in town at the weekend, don’t miss W’s famed bottomless brunch.

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Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá

Luxuriate in European elegance at this high-end chain hotel in the Zona Rosa area, where guest rooms have a classic-meets-contemporary feel. Its spa has been inspired by the colour of Colombian emeralds and uses Loto del Sur products. The restaurant, La Biblioteca, is an all-day dining venue serving a range of international dishes. There’s also a shop and fitness centre onsite. And should you wish to embark on some adventures, the concierge will be happy to book you onto one of the hotel’s excursions; a foodie tour of the city, a helicopter-based journey, or tours of the textile studio at VERDI.

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JW Marriott Hotel Bogotá

Get an undisturbed, indulgent night’s rest when you stay at the JW Marriott – Spanish-style rooms have soundproofed windows protecting against the city clamour and 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets for supreme comfort. Book detoxifying treatments at the full-service spa, work out in the 24-hour fitness centre, soak in the whirlpool and swim in the indoor lap pool. There are four restaurants to choose from; The Market, a casual all-day venue with modern art murals, Tamarine Asian Cuisine, Nau Sushi Lounge and Circo, for brick-oven baked pizzas, live music and the option of alfresco seating.

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