With a design and decor celebrating the flagship national treasures of Colombia "gold and emerald", the amazing B.O.G Hotel offers a benchmark in style to the capital of Colombia, Bogota.
The hotel offers guests a cool and vibrant base from which to explore some of Bogotá’s wonderful touristic attractions and its emerging hip and happening culinary scene
Modern and sparkling interiors have been inspired by Colombia’s precious metals and gems – giving the hotel an understated luxurious feel
The rooftop bar area is a popular hangout in the evenings amongst some of the city’s fashionable locals and serves up snacks and trendy cocktails
The breakfast options are some of the best in Colombia and a fantastic introduction to some of the country’s more unusual and delicious fruit varieties. Be sure to check out the delicious dinner menu too!
B.O.G hotel opened in early 2012 and is right in the heart of the city's bustling northern district, surrounded by the capital’s best restaurants, shops and nightlife. Designed by Portuguese architect and interior designer, Nini Andrade Silva, it has 55 rooms, all featuring plush décor and a gold and emerald colour scheme. La Leo Cocina Mestiza restaurant is a highlight, as is the swish lounge bar, and the pool terrace next to the rooftop heated swimming pool, where the panoramic city views are superb. B.O.G Hotel is one of our favourites thanks to its great location in Bogota and the fact that a good night's sleep is ensured!
When to visit
Bogotá Graffiti Bike Tour
Immerse yourself in Bogota's many colourful graffiti murals, centred around the district known as La Candelaria. Seen as an expression by the city's inhabitants of their social and political attitudes, the vibrant colours make a fascinating scene.
Private guided tour to the salt cathedral of Zipaquira
Explore the fascinating salt cathedral of Zipaquira on this half day private tour. Accompanied by your guide, head underground following a series of tunnels to explore the impressive construction of this unique cathedral, still used today to worship.