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Hotels in Bogota

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262 Accommodations in Bogota

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Hotel Radisson Ar Bogotá Airport Stars

Bogota 1,250 yd from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 1005 reviews
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Hotel Wyndham Bogota Art Stars

Bogota 1,043 yd from city centre
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Ghl Hotel Bioxury Stars

Bogota 3.4 mi from city centre
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Hotel NH Royal Pavillon Stars

Bogota 4 mi from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 234 reviews
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Hotel Sheraton Bogotá Stars

Bogota 4.5 mi from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 984 reviews
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Hotel Four Seasons Casa Medina Bogota Stars

Bogota 2.8 mi from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 261 reviews
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Hotel B3 Virrey Stars

Bogota 3.4 mi from city centre
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Hotel Movich Buro 26 Stars

Bogota 3.8 mi from city centre
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Hotel Four Points By Sheraton Bogota Stars

Bogota 3.6 mi from city centre
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Hotel Hilton Bogota Stars

Bogota 2.9 mi from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 964 reviews
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Hotel NH Boheme Royal Stars

Bogota 3.2 mi from city centre Score: 4 / 5 383 reviews
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Hotel Habitel Stars

Bogota 2.9 mi from city centre Score: 4 / 5 887 reviews
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Hotel Augusta Stars

Bogota 3.6 mi from city centre Score: 4 / 5 303 reviews
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Design Hotel Bogotá 100 Stars

Bogota 4.3 mi from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 626 reviews
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Hotel Cosmos 100 Stars

Bogota 3.9 mi from city centre Score: 4 / 5 402 reviews
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Hotel Exe Bacata 95 Stars

Bogota 4 mi from city centre

Accommodations in Bogota

The capital of Colombia, Bogotá is located in the center of the country; it is the seat of the three powers of the country, and one of the wealthiest sites in Colombia. The city of Bogotá represents justice, virtue, health and firmness. These qualities emerged during the colonial period and have continued through the Republican period and independence.
Bogotá dates from 1538, although not with its present name: initially the capital of Colombia was known as Santa Fe. Not until the time of independence would it receive its current name it is also referred to as the “Athens of America” by the German geographer Humboldt.
The city can boast of carrying an ample history on its shoulders, as well as serving to support the numerous towns that have since arisen in this region. Bogotá has always been at the forefront of South American development, being for example, the first city in South America to have an airport. Bogotá now has the appearance of a capable city in constant improvement, betting on its ambitious projects and strong infrastructural developments.
The capital of Colombia cannot boast of pleasant year-round temperatures due to its altitude, but this does not limit its role as the country’s main cultural point. Tourism in particular is growing stronger: take a walk down one of its streets full of colonial flavor and see for yourself. Don’t miss the Primary Cathedral of Bogotá, the National Capitol or the Palace of Justice. The “city of the orchid” also contains numerous museums like the Museum of Colonial Art, the Archaeological Museum or the Museum of Bogotá. Don’t forget to visit some of the city’s most distinctive sites: El Dorado Avenue, Renaissance Park, the International Center, the Independence Park, the Museum of Modern Art, the National Library, the university sector and the Gold Museum. This route summarizes the city’s enchantments for the traveler, and provides a window into one of South America’s most historical cities.