One of the best parts about the Hilton Bogota is the Executive Lounge located above the hotel lobby. If you have access to the Executive Lounge, you’re in for a treat because there are complimentary evening appetizers, after hours dessert bar, and breakfast. There are also plenty of complimentary alcohol, beer, bottled soft drinks, and juices to choose from.
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I had access to the Executive Lounge since I was a Hilton HHonors Gold member.
There was plenty of seating in the main dining room and also in the TV area.
During evening hour, there was ravioli, deli meats, cheeses, seafood ceviche, beef skewers, bread, and sliders.
I had a little bit of everything and washed it down with a Monserrate Roja beer (bottled from the Bogota Beer Company).
The dessert bar is available after evening hour. The dessert selection consisted of cookies, brownies, cake, and cream puffs.
There was also whole fruit available and an espresso maker.
I was too full from the evening appetizers, so I grabbed a Coke.
Breakfast in the morning consisted of scrambled eggs, potatoes, arepas, bacon, deli meats, and cheese.
During the last day of check-out, I missed breakfast in the executive lounge, so I ordered room service. My friend and I ordered Ajiaco, which is a local Colombian soup. The Ajiaco also came with rice, capers, and sliced avocado on the side which is typical of this Colombian dish. In addition, it came with a complimentary basket of bread with butter. It was delicious and reasonably priced for room service ($20 USD total including tax, service charge, and gratuity).
I really had a good time at the Hilton Bogota and would highly recommend staying at this hotel on a weekend since it’s usually under $100 a night. Points are a great option since this property soars over $300 on some weeknights. It’s in a great location in a safe middle class neighborhood surrounded by luxury high rises.