Must see hotels in Bogotá

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    Hotel Click-Clack

    This high-design haven, the boutique hotel of choice for Colombia's trendsetters, has a sophisticated aesthetic vaguely based around vintage TVs and…

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    Casa Legado

    Find your way to this renovated 1950s art deco home in Quinta Camacho and you'll fall in love with your host, Helena, and her seven-room dream pad. An…

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    Cranky Croc

    Perennial favorite the Cranky Croc, run by a friendly Aussie and styling itself as a backpacker hostel, has kept up with the times and doesn't lack space…

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    12:12 Hostel

    This artsy hostel epitomizes the cutting-edge Chapinero Alto scene: recycled materials such as discarded bikes, which are mounted like fun-house art…

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    Casa Deco

    A 22-room gem run by an Italian emerald dealer, this discerning option is a serious step up from the sea of hostels surrounding it. Rooms come in seven…

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    Masaya Bogotá Hostel

    Taking flashpacker luxury to a new level, this large French-owned hostel has notably comfortable dorms, with privacy curtains, beanbags, and fluffy…

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    Behind a mauve facade hides La Candelaria's most discerning and upscale choice, an intimate six-room boutique hotel bursting with historic character…

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    Casa Bellavista

    Shoehorned into hippy-dippy Callejón de Embudo, this small hostel in a historic house has plenty of antiquated character. Creaky hardwood floors lead to…

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    Four Seasons Casa Medina

    Easily the most interesting of Bogotá's two new Four Seasons hotels (the other is in Zona Rosa, both converted from previous hotels), this Zona G hotel…

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    Botanico Hostel

    In a rambling, creaky wooden-floored house once called home by notable Colombian painter Gonzalo Ariza, this new-in-2017 Candelaria offering oozes…

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    The Sofitel was gutted and reshined not too long ago (new beds, new TVs, new carpeting); unfortunately, though, soundproof rooms now draped in…

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    Fulano Backpackers

    An Italian-Colombian affair inside a historic Quinta Camacho mansion, this boutique hostel is easy on the eyes. It calls on juxtapositions of hardwoods,…

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    Part of a small Bogotá chain, this 56-room business-hip boutique hotel located between Zona Rosa and Parque 93 boasts rarely seen advantages such as a…

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    Anandamayi Hostel

    South of most hostels, this lovely whitewashed and turquoise-trimmed colonial home has very well-furnished rooms with wood-beam ceilings, plenty of wool…

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    Hotel Abadia Colonial

    This immensely pleasant 12-room hotel has well-appointed rooms with colorful Italian down comforters, floor heaters and TVs, plus a palpable sense of…

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    Casa Platypus

    Looking like a colonial home brought over from Villa de Leyva, this upscale guesthouse is an ideal flashpacker choice right in the heart of Bogotá. The…

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    Casa Rústica

    This quirky choice in Quinto Camacho is the domain of eccentric owner, Peter, who specializes in Art Réco, a movement that follows the philosophy of one…

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    La Pinta

    In an unmarked residential home in a great Chapinero location just steps from La Séptima (Carrera 7), this spotless little secret offers a fantastic back…

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    Hotel de la Ópera

    One of La Candelaria's poshest hotels – named for the leotard shows at Teatro Colón next door – features restored rooms with sound-proof windows in two…

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    Hostal Sue Candelaria

    Multicolors define Sue Candelaria, from the hammocks and bedspreads to the murals and art. A fine string of rooms includes three- to seven-bed dorms and…