Buffet breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
Sleek rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the city
The 24-hour private screening room can be booked to watch movies or TV shows
Close to Bogota’s Zona Rosa, for endless drinking and dining options
What To Know
Bathrooms can be shipboard small in some of the suites
The hotel opened in January 2013
In-room technology can be a little temperamental
A $4 hotel insurance charge per person, per night, will be collected at Jetsetter checkout
Members will be charged a 16 percent VAT tax by the property upon check-in that is exempt to foreigners of Colombia. To avoid this fee, be sure to provide documentation at the time of check-in
Parking on site
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New hotel near Bogota’s Zona Rosa, with apartment-style rooms and a sleek rooftop terrace
The sleek black marble and Colombian brick façade, presided over by white-gloved bellmen, leads to a living room–like lobby and bar dotted with plush sofas, modern armchairs and tropical plants. Interior designer Ana Maria Arroyo has infused the public spaces with contemporary Colombian paintings and objets d’art in mother-of-pearl, clay and metal. Upstairs, the swanky rooftop terrace gazes out at the city’s skyline.
Bed and Bath
The 60 apartment-style one- and two-bedroom suites start at 550 square feet and come equipped with full kitchens, separate living rooms and gadgets galore: iPods, docking stations, Bose surround-sound systems. The hotel opened in January 2013, so there are a few technological kinks to be ironed out, but when they are, the TV, blackout curtains and lights will all be controlled from the nightstand. Kingsize beds are clad in 400-thread-count white linens offset by nude, caramel and brown accents. A spacious walk-through closet separates bedrooms from the small bathrooms, which are stocked with Hermès amenities and have extralarge showerheads.
The breakfast buffet is adequate but unexceptional. It’s at night that chef Sivestre cuts loose and serves a delicious carb-conscious carpaccio of artichoke, a huge, rich, cheesy pizza of sorts made without dough, which he pairs with organic Spanish wine. The traditional ceviche de corvina is a particular highlight; tuck into hunks of tender fish marinated in an aromatic, tomato-based sauce. There's a small on-site screening room that can be booked by guests 24 hours a day, a petite gym, a coffee lounge bar that serves strong Colombian brews, and an impressive rooftop terrace for stellar views of Bogota's skyline.
In the Area
The hotel has private cars that can transport you anywhere during the day. Request an English-speaking driver to pass the time in this traffic-slammed city. At night Parque 93 beckons, with trendy eateries like the very affordable Café Renault (choose from sushi, antipasti, a pizza station, pastas, tapas, curries, Arab food, fondue, fish and croque monsieurs); Habana 93, with its vibrant Cuban music and Caribbean ambience; the cool jazz of the pricey Gato Negro; and Pesquera Jaramillo for fish and live music. Walk through this safe area and let your palate be your guide. Most restaurants are also open for lunch.
93 Luxury Suites & Residences
Carrera 13A No. 93-51
How to Get There
Flights are available to El Dorado International Airport (BOG) in Bogota from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Transfers to/from BOG, about nine miles away, are approximately $25 per person, each way, and can be arranged through the property. Taxis to/from BOG are approximately $25, each way.