If you are looking for a cheap place to stay, consider Hotel Siar, which is a convenient option among other 18 budget hotels in Bogota. Students and budget travelers to Bogota could consider staying at Hostal Aventureros De La Candelaria, which offers rooms at 15US$ per one-night stay and is set 0.3 miles from the downtown. If you're interested in experiencing Bogota's attractions, choose the affordable 3-star Ayenda 1033 Quintas De Normandia within walking distance of Iglesia Cristiana de Restauración Misionera Internacional. Students and travelers on a budget will find the affordable Hostal Bogota Real near Calle 106 metro station, that offers room rates from 22US$.
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Bogota airports & Subway stations
Visitors looking for accommodation near El Dorado International airport should consider Habitel, priced 83US$ per night.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
A balanced option in the heart of Bogota is Hotel De La Opera, which features a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a patio. Hotel Augusta is a 4-star choice about 0.4 miles away from the very heart of the city. To stay in Chicó district of Bogota that is within easy walking distance of a stadium and casinos, select a hotel near La Salle University, such as Mercure Bogota Bh Retiro and Excelsior.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Bogota
If you are looking for a luxury stay, then check out Suba district, where you will find Four Seasons Hotel Bogota and Hotel Platinum Suite with free self-parking and a rooftop terrace. The romantic Santa Lucia Hotel Boutique Spa is a 5-minute walk from Aventure Colombia and offers a sauna, a golf course and a Jacuzzi. Apartamentos Regency La Feria is a 3-star chain hotel with city views, alongside it offers free self-parking, a sauna and a Jacuzzi.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Apartasuites Candelaria Suites is a cozy apartment less than a 15-minute walk to Exito Las Nieves. If you're looking for a homey place to stay, consider Casa Lozano B&B apartment, situated beside Centro Cultural Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Ranked as one of the Bogota's best business hotels, San Francisco offers contemporary accommodation with room rates from 28US$. Nh Collection Bogota Andino Royal is a 4-star resort hotel featuring a sauna, a rooftop terrace and a solarium alongside with magnificent views.
City Guide: Discover the best of Bogota
Bogota is a city with new face.
Today Bogota will meet you with clean streets and perfect reputation, but once it was a place to avoid because of careless appearance. With the turn of the 21st century it jumped on the bandwagon of antipollution and cleaned up everything from parks to roads and gained global trust in this re-emerging Latin American destination.
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Since the first changes has occurred, Colombians and foreign born immigrants boosted Bogota for new opportunities and a major part of them relocated there for better life. It shifted its number of residents from 121,257 inhabitants in 1912 to 8 million people in 2009 and changed the general makeup to more diverse percentages like 75.72 percent white, 5.73 percent African American, 0.15 percent American and 7.75 percent Asian and on.
Despite the undercurrent of changes, Bogota has at its core – a glorious past. Bogota survived under Spanish rule as a settlement from August 6, 1538. Bogota became a capital of the vice-royalty of New Granada, and soon was established as a center of Spanish colonial power. In 1810 citizens overthrew Spanish rule and set up their own government.
You can find out more about city's history on a guided tour of the city. Attractions include;
- Casa de Moneda, traces a history of moneymaking
- Donación Botero offers works from Picasso, Renoir, Monet, Dali and others
- Gold Museum has rich collection of gold and pre-Colombian artifacts from Colombia
- Banco de la Republica Art Collection preserves 3,000 paintings, sculptures from Colombian and Latin American masters
As global destination alongside San Francisco and Buenos Aires, Bogota will entertain you with numerous sights and unforgettable experiences. But it isn't perfect, as any other cities it has own problems like huge contrasts of shocking wealth and abject poverty set side-by-side. Even though this is a feature of life in Bogota, it makes this city true.
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