Hotels in Bogota, Colombia
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- U.S. Embassy
- Salitre Plaza Shopping Mall
- Virrey Park
- Torre Colpatria
- Botero Museum
- Hacienda Santa Barbara Mall
- Plaza de las Americas Shopping Mall
- Gran Estacion Shopping Mall
- National University of Colombia
- Javeriana University
- Gabriel Garcia Marquez Cultural Center
- Campin Stadium
- Salitre Magico
- Simon Bolivar Park
- Villeta Central Park
- National Museum
- University of the Andes
- Attorney General's Building
- National Library of Colombia
- Park 93
Best hotels in Bogota
More than 7 million people call Bogota home, sprawling over a plateau 8,660 feet heigh in the Andes Mountains. Bogota is the capital of Colombia and a fascinating city of contrasts, where historic architecture butts up against sleek skyscrapers. Because of its altitude, Bogota enjoys beautiful spring-like weather year-round even though it is only just over 4 degrees north of the equator. With fascinating museums like the Museo del Oro, containing more than 55,000 gold and other artifacts from its pre-Colombian days and cultural centers like La Candelaria or the massive Banco de la República museum complex, the past is never far away or hard to access. Bogota hotels range from sleek modern skyscrapers to ornate colonial-era properties and choosing the right one for you is easy with Hotels.com. We've got a great selection of hotels, with multiple image views and a streamlined booking system to make your choice of hotel the easiest part of your trip.
What's Bogota Like?
Bogota is a city of many contrasts. The Plaza de Bolivar is central to the city's historic district and epitomizes Bogota's charms with its cobblestones and statue of Simón Bolivar and combination of historic and new buildings. The landscape of the city is dominated by the Andes that surround it and Cerro de Monserrate, the peak that rises in the middle of the city to more than 10,000 feet above sea level crowned with a whitewashed church. The north and northwest areas of the city are upscale and tend to be where tourists and travelers find themselves, including the Zona Rosa (or Pink Zone) famous for its night club scene. Zona G or El Chapinero is just to the north of the historic downtown and features chic modern Bogota hotels and a gourmet dining scene second to none.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bogota
The population of Bogota is very diverse, including indigenous peoples, descendants of is Spanish colonial past, and immigrants from all over South America. Like the city itself, the people represent a sometimes chaotic mixture of old and new customs and range from the very rich to the very poor. No matter what their station in life, however, they are all proud of their city and conscious of its image as a bastion of urban sophistication high in the Andes. They are also a very literate people and there are many bookshops in the city to explore and test your conversational Spanish with locals. Hotels.com has partnered with the best of Bogota hotels to offer you great selection, easy booking and reliable reviews.
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