From € 174 per night
W Bogota, positioning you in the fashionable Usaquén district. Begin your exploration with Usaquén’s quaint colonial square, where cobblestone streets and a charismatic local market wait just a 10-minute walk away. Your journey also leads you to immersive experiences at Hacienda Santa Bárbara, a historic structure turned shopping center, only a brief stroll from the hotel.
The W Bogota not only offers you a luxurious stay, but it also actively engages in LGBTQ+ inclusivity. W Hotel aligns with several initiatives and programs supporting the community, ensuring a welcoming environment for all guests. This ethos extends to hosting events, collaborations, and participating in global Pride celebrations.
Dive deeper into Bogota’s gay nightlife in Chapinero, about a 30-minute drive from the hotel. Here, Theatron awaits with multiple rooms, each with distinct music and ambiance, crafting a unique night out. Other smaller gay venues dot the area, ensuring varied experiences for every visitor.
As your feet tire from explorations, find reprieve in the AWAY® Spa, a signature feature of W Hotel, offering an array of treatments designed for rejuvenation. Meanwhile, the hotel’s renowned restaurant, Market Kitchen, sourced from the minds behind Jean-Georges Vongerichten, serves a feast of flavors, blending local ingredients with global culinary techniques.
The chic, meticulously designed 168 rooms cater to both your comfort and aesthetic appreciation. Modern amenities, including Wi-Fi and a state-of-the-art entertainment system, ensure your stay is connected and entertaining.
In a nutshell, W Hotel Bogota invites you into a world where upscale comfort meets a forward-thinking, inclusive approach, crafting a stay that’s both indulgent and embracing amidst the vibrant backdrop of the city.
The Bogota W is by far the most luxurious hotel I have ever stayed at. Fun fact: All W hotels are designed after an urban legend and the Bogotá W makes homage to the Dorado legend. From beginning to end, the experience is magical. The staff went...