I stayed at the Hilton Bogota for two nights and booked the first night using 30,000 Hilton HHonors points. I booked the second night for $79 using an MVP corporate rate. There was a disparity in price because the first night fell on a business heavy weekday where the rooms were going for over $300. My second night fell on a weekend where business travel slows down and is pretty much non-existent which is why the rooms were going for less than $100.
Introduction to Bogota
American Airlines LAX Flagship Lounge
American Airlines LAX-MIA 757-200 First Class
Miami International Airport Oneworld Premium Lounge
American Airlines MIA-BOG 757-200 Business Class
Hilton Bogota Hotel Review Part 1
Hilton Bogota Hotel Review Part 2
Sheraton Bogota Hotel Review
Aloft Bogota Airport Hotel Review
The Sights and Sounds of La Candelaria in Bogota
The Sights and Sounds of Avenida Carerra 7 in Bogota
The Sights and Sounds of Chapinero in Bogota
The Sights and Sounds of Zona Rosa in Bogota
The Sights and Sounds of Zona G in Bogota
The Sights and Sounds of Avenida Carerra 15 in Bogota
The Sights and Sounds of Cerro de Monserrate in Bogota
The Sights and Sounds of La Macarena in Bogota
The Sights and Sounds of Santa Fe in Bogota
The Sights and Sounds of Usaquen in Bogota
The Sights and Sounds of El Salitre in Bogota
The Sights and Sounds of Barrio Engativa in Bogota
Is Bogota Colombia Safe for Tourists?
Scam City: Bogota Colombia Edition
The Various Restaurant Eats in Bogota Colombia
The Various Street Foods in Bogota Colombia
Bogota Airport LAN VIP Temporal Lounge
American Airlines BOG-MIA 757-200 Business Class
American Airlines LAX Flagship Arrivals Lounge
I took a 20 minute cab ride from downtown Bogota to the Hilton Bogota located in the Chapinero neighborhood for $5 USD which was really cheap.
The lobby was very modern in décor and throughout my stay, it was very busy and felt almost like a “W hotel” living room.
Before arrival, I was pre-upgraded to a one-bedroom suite as indicated on my Hilton HHonors reservations profile. I am only a Hilton HHonors Gold member. Since my rooms were booked separately, I asked the front desk agent if I could have the two reservations combined. He said it was no problem so I could stay in the suite for two nights consecutively without checking out the first night.
I went up to my suite at room 815 and made a video of the room.
The living room was very small, yet simple and contained a sofa, small coffee table, and a TV. There was also a small minibar by the entrance.
The bedroom was larger than the living room and contained a King size bed with a TV.
Access to the bathroom was located in the middle of the hallway. You have to enter through the walk-in closet in order to access the bathroom.
The best part about the room was the amazing view of Bogota.
In the next installment, I will be reviewing the Hilton Bogota Executive Lounge, breakfast, and room service food.