The Best Boutique Hotels in Bogota

by Paul Joseph  |  Updated May 17, 2024

Nicknamed “the Athens of South America” owing to its history and grandeur, Bogota attracts a steady stream of tourists – many of whom choose to stay in one of the city’s boutique hotels.

(Photo: The Click Clack Hotel)

Most visitors to the Colombian capital gravitate towards the historic centre, with its colonial buildings, churches, and cobblestoned plazas. Here you’ll find a handful of hotels and guesthouses, while others prefer to stay in more modern areas of the city, with its wider range of accommodation options. For anyone seeking a boutique hotel experience, there are plenty to pick from across the city – some design-focused, with striking interiors and happening rooftop bars; others with fireplaces and cosy reading rooms. Here are five of the best.

The Click Clack Hotel

A stylish boutique hotel on the edge of Parque de la 93 — a leafy park and upscale outdoor shopping promenade that’s filled with boutiques, cafes, and restaurants — the Click Clack is geared towards modern travellers. The decor is sleek and streamlined, with tech-forward amenities like iPads, iPod docks and smartly stocked minibars with a few complimentary treats. Highlights include the rooftop Apache bar, ideal for sundowners, and the popular breakfast buffet. From $87 per night.

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B.O.G. Hotel

(Photo: BOG Hotel)

It’s all about modern design at the B.O.G. Hotel, located in Zona T. It’s hard to say what’s more striking: the soaring interiors, imagined by Portuguese designer Nini Andrade Silva and filled with minimalist decor and sculptural chandeliers, or the views of the city and mountains through the wide windows. Guest rooms are brighter and larger than the usual, with separate seating areas, LCD TVs, coffee machines, and iPod docks. There’s a spa and fitness centre, a great breakfast buffet and a rooftop terrace with a swimming pool and bar. From $115 per night.

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Hotel B3 Virrey

The brick exterior of Hotel B3 Virrey, bedecked with lush greenery, is your first hint that you’re in for something a little different at this popular boutique hotel. Hotel B3 Virrey, located in the upscale Chico neighbourhood, is hip but practical, featuring stylish guest rooms with workspaces and flat-screen TVs, a 24-hour gym and a charming terrace bar. Guests rave about the breakfast, the prime location and the fact that Hotel B3 Virrey has already incorporated many sustainable practices into their daily operations. From $65 per night.

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GHL Collection Hotel

(Photo: GHL Collection 93)

There’s plenty to like about this fashionable boutique hotel: first-rate service, a cool rooftop bar, guest rooms lined with dark wood and outfitted with white leather chairs and iPod docks. Everywhere you look, especially in the public spaces, it’s refinement and taste, glass and marble — don’t miss the eye-catching cocktail bar, which resembles an elegant, larger-than-life birdcage. Like many of the other modern boutique hotels in town, it’s located near the bustling Parque de la 93. From $57 per night.

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Hotel Muisca

In terms of charm and character, it’s tough to beat Hotel Muisca, a cosy boutique hotel located inside an antique house with gabled roofs, hardwood floors and exposed brick walls. Guest rooms feature quaint details, like wooden writing desks, as well as contemporary amenities such as flat-screen TVs and fast wi-fi. There’s a rooftop terrace and indoor lounge space where guests can order drinks or linger over breakfast. The prime location in La Candelaria, in the heart of Bogota’s historic centre, is the icing on the cake. From $81 per night.

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