Top 10 Best Luxury Hotels In Bogota, Colombia

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Which are the best luxury hotels in Bogota Colombia? Our list includes two Four Seasons hotels; Four Seasons Hotel Bogota and Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota, plus JW Marriott Bogota, Bogota Marriott Hotel, Grand Hyatt Bogota, Hilton Bogota, Sheraton Bogota Hotel.

Colombia is situated on the northernmost tip of South American. This rainforest-covered country of Colombia boasts the Andes mountains, numerous coffee plantations, wonderful colonial architecture and plenty of fabulous all-night salsa clubs.

Its booming capital, the high-altitude Bogotá, is a magnificent mix of a historic old town and new restaurants, boutique hotels and craft breweries. Don’t miss Sundays in Bogota when its streets are closed to cars and overtaken by bicycles, Rollerbladers and runners. It’s also when the Usaquen neighbourhood has a weekly market.

Boasting a pleasant climate year-round, the city’s emerging culinary scene, the thriving arts community and fascinating traditional culture, myriad historic sites and gorgeous surrounding countryside provide endless opportunities for exploration.

For travellers planning to go to Cartagena or Medellin, Colombia’s rich coffee region or the Amazon Basin, Bogota is the ideal starting point from which to get acclimatised.

Wherever you decide to stay, in Colombia or elsewhere, book via our luxury travel concierge. We offer free upgrades, free breakfasts and free perks at hotels including the Four Seasons, Hyatt, Ritz Carlton, InterContinental and more.

Typically, our free benefits* at luxury hotels include:

  • Room upgrade to next category
  • Complimentary breakfast for two per bedroom
  • Complimentary Welcome Gift
  • $100 USD equivalent Hotel experiential credit per room per stay
  • Early check-in / Late check-out, subject to availability
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

1. Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota

The landmark 1946 building of Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota was designed by Colombian artist-architect Santiago Medina Mejia. The building has been declared a cultural monument, its stoned columns, brick walls, beamed ceilings and contemporary furnishings.

This hotel has some of the most quietly elegant rooms in the city, complete with beamed ceilings, hand-carved wooden furnishings and fireplaces to cosy up to, no two rooms are alike. This is also a very small Four Seasons hotel. A boutique hotel with just 62 rooms.

The hotel is located steps from the buzzing financial district and the gourmet paradise of the Zona G, ideal for foodies. This district north of downtown hosts the capital’s finest restaurants (the “G” is for gastronomy).

The hotel also houses a stylish Mediterranean bar & restaurant, with a greenhouse atrium perfect for languorous romantic evenings or a quick bite with a signature cocktail. The Spa is also excellent here and offers green coffee wraps, coconut scrubs and other locally inspired spa treatments.

Of course, there is no Four Seasons rewards program, but if you are a regular guest of the Four Seasons or even want to try this iconic brand for the first time, you can take advantage of loyalty style benefits at Four Seasons hotels for no extra cost by booking your next stay via our luxury travel concierge.

2. Four Seasons Hotel Bogota

Four Seasons Hotel Bogota is the newest Four Seasons in Bogota and provides a warm haven of customised service and sophisticated style for its guests.

Inspired by the natural beauty of the surrounding mountains, Rottet Studio has created a design aesthetic for Four Seasons Hotel Bogota combining pattern, texture, colour and craftsmanship that is epitomised in the bright new lobby. Here, wooden screens form airy “walls” that climb up across the ceiling, enveloping guests in warmth accentuated with touches of rich green evoking Colombia’s famous emeralds.

Four Seasons Hotel Bogota provides an oasis of quiet glamour with 64 rooms and suites, with custom-made beds framed by dark leather headboards and panelling, and pale floors of locally-sourced hardwood. Throughout the Hotel, nearly all materials are Colombian, with furnishings, finishes and artwork all handcrafted by the country’s artisans and artists.

After beginning the day at Biblioteca restaurant, guests of Four Seasons need not go far to experience Bogota’s red hot culinary scene. Next door, Four Seasons offers Kūru, a fabulous new Japanese restaurant and bar opening for lunch midday and continuing into the night for cocktails, dinner and late-night dining. Featuring shareable sushi and sashimi alongside Japanese mains with hints of Latin American flavours, the heart of Kūru is the robata barbecue, which Chef Diego Soriano, most recently of the famed Morimoto in Mexico City, and his team grill skewered meats before the delighted eyes of their guests.

Their Spa encompasses five luxurious treatment rooms including an oversized couple’s suite, as well as relaxation lounges, steam rooms and a spa shop. The spa menu features facials, massages and body treatments using internationally-renowned Biologique Recherche products and the Colombian spa brand Loto del Sur. Several signature treatments were created especially for Four Seasons Hotel Bogota, including the luxe Emerald Body Wrap with mineral-rich mud from the country’s emerald-producing regions.

In the 24/7 Fitness Centre, state-of-the-art cardo machines and weight training by Matrix keep guests in shape, and for those who prefer to get their exercise outdoors, the Front Desk team can also connect guests with bike rentals to partake in the ciclovía in this cyclist-friendly green city.

3. JW Marriott Bogota

JW Marriott Bogota has a prime location in the heart of the financial and entertainment districts, close to major corporate offices, the finest restaurants, bars of Zona G and Zona T and top area attractions, including Santo Tomas University, Avenida Chile Shopping Mall and National Theater Calle 71. The neighbourhood is excellent, with lots of restaurants within easy walking distance.

This is a nice looking hotel, very stylish with a boutique feel and uses natural feeling decor with dark woods and leather in the decor. Many consider it one of the best Marriott hotels in the world. The hotel is just 6 miles away from El Dorado International Airport Bogota.

Rooms and suites feature soundproof windows and 300-thread count Egyptian-cotton sheets for maximum comfort, a full desk, chaise and ottoman. There is a separate bath and shower, with marble and hardwood decor, a safe, fluffy robes and slippers.

All the staff speak English which is handy and you can pamper yourself at the full-service spa, exercise at the 24-hour fitness center and take a rejuvenating swim in the indoor lap pool. When hunger strikes, you won’t be at a loss for great options with four fabulous restaurants including one where you can sit outside by their water feature.

JW Marriott Bogota has an excellent executive club lounge which is open 7 days a week, offers excellent views and a nice breakfast and evening spread. The food available for both the morning and evening offerings is impressive but the hotel is very strict about their two free drink limit in the evening.

The full breakfast available includes made-to-order omelettes, eggs benedict, french toast, bacon, sausages, cereals, fresh juices, yoghurt, bread and rolls, fruit, cheese, smoked salmon, cold cuts, a cappuccino or espresso machine. There is an afternoon tea with cakes. In the evening there are hot and cold snacks including mini-paninis, cooked vegetables, chips and salsa, and desserts.

4. W Bogota

The chic W Bogota Hotel adds a vibrant vibe to Colombia’s always-bustling capital. While the hotel is fabulous and happening, the immediate area around is lacking in anything much and is pretty quiet. It is in a more affluent part of the city so you are likely to feel safe walking around but there are not a huge number of nearby restaurants to choose from beyond the hotel.

Choose from 168 guestrooms with LCD smart HDTVs, rainforest showers and other sharp features. Enjoy access to the W brand’s modern gym concept and Away Spa, both are retreats for detoxing and refuelling. Market Kitchen restaurant features a farm-to-table menu of world-class dishes accompanied by local fruits and vegetables, open 24/7. Delectable cocktails and live DJ sets keep the party going into the wee hours at the W Lounge, this is one of the most happening places in the entire city.

Platinum Marriott Bonvoy recognition often includes a pre-upgrade to a suite.

5. Grand Hyatt Bogota

Grand Hyatt Bogotá is 10 minutes from the airport, 10 minutes from the historic center and 2 minutes from the American Embassy. While this is an excellent hotel, its location is nowhere near as good as the JW outlined above.

Enjoy the best views of the city accompanied by the mountains of the Andes. View more than 55,000 historical pieces in the nearby Gold Museum, climb to the top of Monserrate hill or admire the art in the different museums that the city offers, and return to relax and revitalize your body in Zaitania Spa. Finish your day with an unparalleled dinner at one of two restaurants, Ushin and Capitalino, or have a drink at Ilustre Bar with signature cocktails.

Designed with bold and vibrant features, the hotel has 372 beautifully decorated guestrooms, including 50 suites, that invite guests to wake up in open, airy rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the lush inner atrium garden, multicoloured lights of the metropolis, or the cloud-topped majesty of the Andes Mountains. Additionally, suites and club room guests have exclusive access to the Grand Club Lounge, which provides an elegantly designed space with personal concierge services and culinary highlights throughout the day.

The Grand club lounge here is very good and is open 7 days a week. Breakfast is a smaller spread than in the restaurant with a limited but very good buffet and two warm options, usually including omelettes. The lounge includes soft drinks and juices, cappuccinos, espressos, tea and hot chocolate from a machine throughout the day and limited alcoholic drinks in the evening.

6. Click Clack Hotel

Click Clack is a hip boutique hotel situated in a building that looks like it is a pile of glass and metal boxes. The hotel is located 2 minutes’ walk from Parque de la 93 park and 10 minutes’ walk from the Zona-T area and is a 20-minute drive from El Dorado international airport.

The Click Clack Hotel offers a design cuisine restaurant and a rooftop bar in Bogotá. Buffet breakfast is included. Stunning dishes are offered in the Ciengramos restaurant, while city views can be enjoyed from the terrace of the Apache Bar can be enjoyed.

7. B.O.G Hotel

Inspired by the precious riches of Colombia (gold and emeralds), the first Design Hotel in Colombia, B.O.G Hotel, is a gorgeous luxury hotel with mood lit interiors in the north of the city. The hotel describes themselves as a shiny jewel in the modern and exclusive neighbourhood of La Cabrera in North Bogotá, in one of the liveliest areas of the city.

This unique boutique hotel showcases creative cuisine and offers a wonderful place to enjoy drinks in the outdoors and taste the Colombian gastronomy. Using local ingredients chefs create dishes that combine authentic flavors.

8. Bogota Marriott Hotel

Bogota Marriott Hotel is a Rewards Category 3 Marriott Bonvoy hotel. Located near the area of Sauzalito, this downtown hotel places you near popular destinations in Colombia such as the U.S. Embassy Bogotá, Gran Estactión shopping mall and Simón Bolívar Metropolitan Park. This Marriott is about a mile from the airport and usefully, they have a shuttle. This Marriott is basically a very good airport hotel. The location is totally unappealing for a tourist.

Unique rooms and extended-stay suites offer comfort and convenience. Tune out the city with the soundproof windows while you relax on cotton-rich linens and watch movies on your flat-panel TV.

When you’re hungry, stop by Pimento, their casual Italian restaurant, or try Tanoshii, crafting the most authentic Japanese cuisine and trendy sake-based cocktails with live music in the background. There’s also a well-equipped fitness center and complimentary training classes. When it comes time to relax, revel in bliss at the indoor pool and full-service spa.

Bogota Marriott Hotel has an excellent executive club lounge which is open 7 days a week, with nice breakfast and good hors d’oeuvres in the evenings and a limit of 2 beverages per guest (alcoholic or non-alcoholic).

9. Sheraton Bogota Hotel

Sheraton Bogota Hotel is a Rewards Category 3 Sheraton located next door to the Bogota Marriott Hotel, located in the new business center of Bogota in the Salitre section and near the airport, but in an unenviable location for tourists. If you are visiting Bogata for leisure, the JW Marriott is a much better choice for location.

A few blocks away, you will find the Salitre Plaza and the Gran Estacion commercial centers, the El Dorado International airport, and the Industrial Zone where major businesses have established their headquarters.

Sheraton Bogota Hotel has a decent executive club lounge on the 10th floor which is open 7 days a week, with a nice breakfast. The breakfast is better than average for a Sheraton and includes some hot Colombian dishes, like Calientado, Arroz con Pollo, which changes each day and made to order eggs. In the evening, there are meaty light bites including one hot item and complimentary beer and wine, limited to 2 drinks per person plus snacks, cookies and crackers, soft and hot drinks.

7. Hilton Bogota

Find Hilton Bogota in the heart of the financial district and within walking distance to Zona Rosa, one of the city’s most prestigious neighbourhoods. Walk to the gourmet dining and entertainment of Zonas G and T, and get to El Dorado International Airport in just 25 minutes. This hotel also has a heated outdoor pool and a club lounge.

Book an Executive room to get executive lounge access with breakfast and evening food. The evening food is noteworthy and filling with fresh fruit, veggies, main dishes (hot and cold), Bogota Beer, and dessert selections.

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