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Bogotá 100 Design Hotel

The city of Bogotá and its surroundings offer many attractions for visitors. We give you our keys so you do not miss anything.

El Chicó Norte: cosmopolitan atmosphere and parks

We recommend strolling on foot through the streets that surround the hotel, in the prestigious neighborhood of El Chicó Norte. To the south, you will find a large number of restaurants, cafes and shops, with an international and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Not far away, there is also the World Trade Center and several universities.

This area is full of embassies and enterprises, as well as beautiful gardens where you can rest from the urban hustle and bustle, such as Parque de la 93, the emblematic El Virrey or ElChicópark, which houses the homonymous museum.

Usaquén: international gastronomy and shopping

Hotel Bogotá 100 Design is located on the edge of Usaquén, a very fashionable neighborhood known for its many Asian and European restaurants, and its extensive shopping areas. In addition, this area has great samples of colonial architecture and many parks that stand out for their excellent state of preservation.

If you visit Usaquén, you should not miss the Sunday flea market, where you can enjoy the festive atmosphere, the puppet shows and the craft shops.

The Unicentromall is a paradise for shopping, with a multitude of leisure activities. Other large shopping centers in the area are Hacienda Santa Bárbara, Santa Ana and Palatino.

La Candelaria: history and excellent museums

The historical and cultural center of Bogotá is located in La Candelaria, just 10 km south from the Hotel Bogotá 100 Design.

This zone stands out for the beauty of the colonial constructions that conserve typical elements as the latticed windows and the red tiles. In addition, in this area are many government and institutional buildings, as well as interesting museums and religious sites.

One of the musts in this area is the Plaza de Bolívar, surrounded by buildings of great interest such as the Liévano Palace, the National Capitol, the Colonial Museum, the San Carlos Palace, the Primate Cathedral of Colombia or the Chapel of the Tabernacle.

It is also worth visiting the Casa de Nariño, the current headquarters of the Congress of the Republic.

Among the museums, the Gold Museum, the Botero Museum, the Museum of Bogotá, the Military Museum of Colombia, the Casa de Moneda Museum and the Francisco José de Caldas Museum House stand out.

The Eastern hills: nature and spectacular views

The Eastern hills are one of the main tourist attractions of Bogotá and a great option for nature and hiking lovers. In addition, from the top of the hills you get a privileged view of the city,
There are numerous hills in the city, including El Chicó, Alto La Laguna, Sugar Loaf, Guadalupe, Monserrate, Pico del Águila or El Cable. The most known is the hill of Monserrate, one of the symbols of the city and place of pilgrimage, since on its summit stands the Basilica of the Señor Caído de Monserrate. It can be accessed both by funicular and on foot through a 2.5 km route in which there are several viewpoints.

Among the routes that can be done on foot, we also recommend Quebrada La Vieja, just 5 km from the Hotel Bogotá 100 Design. Here there is a whole series of pedestrian paths with good lighting and rest areas where you can see different types of birds.