W Bogota Hotel
Sleek in the City
What it is
A glitzy tower with 135 rooms, a hydrotherapy pool and an AWAY spa, and three locally beloved on-site restaurants.
What it isn't
Poorly serviced. Guests have access to amenities like in-the-know concierges, valet dry cleaning, 24/7 room service and wheels—whether you want a chauffeured limousine or to rent a car.
What we think
King Midas may have stayed here at one point, as seemingly every inch of the lobby here is gilt in gold. Guest rooms have the same megawatt style, albeit in a more varied color palette: with flourishing floral wallcovering that stretches to the ceiling, floor to ceiling windows, and sculptural sofas that are pure eye candy. But these rooms are more than pretty, they’re pampering—with rain showers, soaking tubs, Bliss spa toiletries and plush W beds you’ll never want to get out of. For a more spacious floor plan, we’d recommend booking a Cool Corner Suite; each one is 496 square feet with marble floors, a devoted living room and wraparound views of the cityscape from a lofty perch (anywhere from the 10th to 17th floor).
You're here because
The spa has your favorite post-flight indulgence—steam rooms—and uses bespoke botanical products made just for them by local purveyor Loto del Sur.
The largest microbrewery in the nation is right here in the hotel at BBC, and that’s something worth celebrating. Perched on your purple leather bar stool, you order another lager—it’s happy hour, indeed.
Restaurants & Bars
Market Kitchen Bogota - This modern farm-to-table concept evokes alluringly familiar local cuisine.
Healthy Refuel - Salad bar.
W Does Brunch - Explore themed stations such as the Viva Colombia, Bruschetta Bar, Ceviche Station and Doughnut Bar, for renditions of your favorite dishes from our country and around the world.
W Lounge - Is your living room, the perfect place to meet during the day and to play at night.
In the buzzing Santa Barbara commercial district, a 25 minute drive from the Museo del Oro (Gold Museum), where you can ogle some 50,000 ancient art pieces made by indigenous peoples with the precious metal, including a vessel made in 300 AD.