Luxury Colombia Hotel
Bogota, Colombia’s capital city, is brimming with interesting contrasts: tradition and modernity, tranquility and action. It’s not unusual to visit a seventeenth century church in the morning and browse designer fashions at a modern boutique in the afternoon. The city’s many different neighborhoods all have their own distinct personalities; B.O.G. Hotel is located in La Cabrera neighborhood, one of the city’s most desirable locations. World-class dining, shopping and sightseeing opportunities lie just beyond our doorstep.
Discover the many fantastic restaurants, bars, cultural attractions and special events near B.O.G. Hotel with our list below.
RESTAURANTS AND BARS
Variety is the spice of life – and you’ll be spoiled for choice with the vast array of excellent restaurants and bars just a short distance from our B.O.G. lifestyle hotel. Experience the diverse flavors of authentic Colombian fare, or branch out and sample cuisine from our neighbors throughout South and Central America. Sip a drink and listen to live music or dance the evening away at a club. When you stay with us, you’re right in the heart of it all.
Club ColombiaAddress: Carrera 9 # Av. 82 No. 9 – 11
Casa ViejaAddress: Calle 70 # 6- 23
Phone: 6103541 – 6103601
Gaira Café Cumbia House (Restaurant and Bar)Address: Cra 13 #96-11
Phone: 746 2696
Mercado Colombian CuisineAddress: Calle 93 A # 12 - 73 (Parque de la 93)
Phone: 236 2500
meat and grill
Andres Carne de ResAddress: Calle 3 # 11A – 56 Chía
Andres DCAddress: Calle 81 # 11-57 Bogotá
El Sitio Bar (Restaurant, Bar and Live Music)Address: Cr. 11A # 93B – 12
La JugueteríaAddress: Calle 27 Nº 4 A- 03 (La Macarena)
Phone: 341 1188 - 341 8653
La FamaMeats and Grill
Address: Calle 65 BIS No. 2 - 85 (Chapinero)
Phone: 644 7766
Central and South American Food
Central CevicheriaPeruvian Cuisine
Address: Cra 13 # 85-14
Astrid & GastónPeruvian Cuisine
Address: Avenida Carrera 7 # 67-64 (Zona G)
La despensa de RafaelPeruvian Cuisine,br/> Address: Calle 70A # 9-95 (Zona G)
La MarPeruvian Cuisine
Address: Calle 119 B No. 6-01 (Usaquén)
Phone: 629 2200/ 629 2177
Di LuccaItalian Cuisine
Address: Cra 13 # 85-32
La BrasserieFrench Cuisine
Address: Cra 13 # 85-35
Niko CaféMediterranean Cuisine
Address: Cra 13 # 83- 48
P.F ChangsAsían Cuisine
Address: Carrera 9 No. 82-19 (Chico)
Phone: 674 0700
Gigi’s Wine MarketItalian Cuisine
Address: Calle 118 No. 5 - 63 (Usaquén)
Phone: 805 2933
Little Indian Superstar (Restaurant and Bar)Indian Cuisine
Address: Calle 82 No. 12 A- 23 (Zona T)
Phone: 320 200 4820
N.N (Restaurant and Bar)French Cuisine
Address: Calle 71 No. 5 - 65 (Rosales)
Phone: 321 433 9759
Bruto (Restaurant and Bar)Spanish Cuisine
Address: Carrera 10A No. 70-50 (Quinta Camacho)
Phone: 249 0314
Gordo (Restaurant and Bar)American Cuisine
Address: Carrera 4A No. 66 - 84 (Chapinero)
Phone: 345 5769/ 314 5517
Upper Side (Restaurant and Bar)American Cuisine
Address: Cra 13 No. 81 - 24 Piso 4 (Zona Rosa)
Phone: 530 4490
Céntrico (Restaurant and Nightclub)International Cuisine
Address: Carrera 7 No 32-16 piso 41 (C.C San Martín – Center)
Phone: 350 9100
El Bandido (Restaurant and Bar)French Cuisine
Address: Cll 79B # 7-12
Kong (Restaurant and Bar)Chinese Cuisine
Address: Clle 69 A # 5- 36 (Zona G)
ARTS & CULTURE
Bogota is a place of great cultural importance – both nationally and internationally. And it boasts over 100 museums and art galleries, which will delight those interested in learning about its rich heritage and history. Immerse yourself in the art, music, and tradition of this extraordinary city.
The Gold MuseumThe Gold Museum's permanent exhibition invites you to discover the history of how gold and other metals were used by the pre-Hispanic societies who lived in the land today known as Colombia.
Address: Calle 16 # 5-88
Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday from 9:00am to 6:00pm Sunday and Holidays from 10:00am to 4:00 pm www.banrepcultural.org/gold-museum
Botero Museum This gallery has been donated by the Colombian artist Fernando Botero. You will find a gallery with the most representative artists such as Picasso, Monet, Dali and Renoir among others.
Address: Calle 11 # 4-41
Opening times: Monday to Saturday from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm Sunday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm close on Tuesday. www.banrepcultural.org/museo-botero
Bolivar’s HouseBolivar used this house as a private retreat and place to celebrate his victories in the field.
Address: Calle 20 # 2-91
Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday from 10:00 to 4:00 pm closed on Mondays and holidays.
MalokaThe Maloka Museum is an interactive science museum located in Bogotá, Colombia. Visitors interact with a wide variety of exhibits that explore topics in Science and Technology.
Address: Cra 68 D # 24A- 51
There are countless things to do and see in this expansive city – but certain attractions should not be missed. For example, first-time visitors to Bogota simply must experience the breathtaking views offered by Monserrate, the city’s omnipresent mountain. Choose a neighborhood that interests you – and begin your exploration.
Salt Cathedral of ZipaquiráLocated in Zipaquira, a small town located one hour from B.O.G hotel, the Cathedral is a monumental architectural masterpiece, built by the miners' own hands.
Route by train: www.turistren.com.co
Phone: 3750557 / 6297407
Monserrate MountainThe Sanctuary at the summit of this majestic mountain is at an altitude of 10,000 feet, and offers superb views of the city.
Address: Cra 2E # 21-48
Cablecar and Funicular services
SHOPPING CENTERS AND BOUTIQUES
Andino MallAddress: Carrera 11 # 82-71
El retiro Shopping centerAddress: Calle 81 # 11-94
Titan MallAddress: Calle 80 con Av. Boyacá
Silvia Tcherassi BoutiqueAddress: Cra 12 # 84-17
Le Collezioni BoutiqueCra 12 # 82- 31
Lina Cantillo BoutiqueAddress: Av. 82 # 12- 76
Hernan Zajar BoutiqueAddress: Calle 64 # 3- 41
Ricardo Pava BoutiqueAddress: Calle 81 # 12-62 local 102
Are you ready to indulge in a little retail therapy, or perhaps looking for something unique to take home as a memento of your time in Bogota? B.O.G. Hotel is conveniently located near several shopping centers and boutiques, offering a wide range of clothing by Colombian and international designers, artwork, gifts and collectibles. Our Personal Assistants are happy to help you with any specific questions you may have.
Bogota is quickly becoming recognized as a city with a year-round schedule of special events. Depending on when you visit, there is sure to be a festival, concert or other exciting event to experience. Check our site often for updates.
12 to 15 March 2014
M&M is a platform to offer the widest range of equipment, supplies and services for the wood processing industry and manufacturers of furniture, this is the most important exhibition event Colombia and the Andean Region.
18 to 20 March 2014
EKOEXPO is the perfect showcase for products and materials produced with environmental standards currently offers the construction industry.
Business Revolution: Steve Wozniak
The next March 20, 2014 the Business Revolution conference by Steve Wozniak will be held in Bogota at the G12 Convention Center.
Wozniak will take a walk on topics such as: history of Apple, how to foster creativity and innovation in organizations, creating an entrepreneurial mindset, his autobiography iWoz, education, robotics and automation.
WORLDSKILLS AMÉRICAS 2014
02 to 05 April 2014
At WorldSkills Competition, you will be pleased to see the young skilled workers' know-how and seriousness, their pride on having been selected and the pleasure they feel to meet their counterparts from other continents. In spite of language barriers, the experience they gain will certainly affect the professional, personal and human aspects of their lives forever.
FESTIVAL IBEROAMERCANO DE TEATRO DE BOGOTÁ
4 April to 20 April
Since its first edition in 1988, which was carried out under the motto “An act of faith in Colombia,” one of the Festival’s main objectives is the artistic integration of the Latin American countries before the world. One of the fundamental commitments of the Festival is the plurality and the representatively of the different genres and trends of the performing arts.
Currently, it is considered to be the largest theater event in the world, and the best stage and street theater companies have participated in it.
FERIA INTERNACIONAL DEL LIBRO DE BOGOTÁ
18 April to 1 MAY
The International Book Fair of Bogota, is the most important center of business for the publishing industry and the ideal stage to promote reading. Positioning itself as the most important cultural event in the region. Each year the event brings together publishers, distributors, booksellers, representatives of the printing industry and writers, among others, forming a varied commercial and cultural support for national and international buyers and the reading public that visit the exhibition.
23 April to 24 April
The sixteenth edition of the most representative of the region will take place on April 23 and 24 in the Great Room of Corferias in Bogota, with the exhibit of the latest in products for gaming halls, casinos, bingos and lotteries, integrating offer and demand in all the lines of an industry in expansion.
31 May to 07 June 2014
The citizens will dance different rhythms as hip hop, dancehall, ska, reggae and African rhythms, with Jamming Festival 2014, the culture of "One Love".
30 April to 11 May 2014
Eurocine is the most important European Film Festival in Colombia, a country every year is selected as the event organizer and manager.