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What We Love

  • Within walking distance of Zona Rosa's many attractions (high-end boutiques, art galleries, fine restaurants and nightspots)
  • Some rooms come with terraces
  • A fleet of chauffeured cars is available just outside

What To Know

  • While the guestrooms are nonsmoking, the hotel has a designated area for smokers
  • On-site valet parking is free
  • Free WiFi
  • A hotel insurance fee of approximately $4 per room, per night, will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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European style and sensibility meet modern design in Bogota’s hip and happening Zona Rosa neighborhood

The Look

Set on a tree-lined street in the hip and happening (and safe) Zona Rosa neighborhood, the Sofitel Bogota Victoria Regia is a classic European-style property with a red brick façade. The light-flooded marble lobby is graced by a gorgeous stained glass chandelier, and it’s here that fresh juice is served at check-in and free Colombian coffee greets guests every morning.

Bed and Bath

Stylish and contemporary following a revamp in 2008, the 102 guestrooms have bold eggplant or russet walls dotted with tasteful replica artworks from the Museo de Oro collections. The floors are polished, the beds have soft headboards and plush mattresses, and the technological touches include iPod docks, free WiFi and key card–controlled lighting. The marble bathrooms have tubs and separate showers, as well as products by L’Occitane. Superior Rooms are a spacious 312 square feet, and many of the Junior Suites (536 square feet) have terraces — Room 808, on the top floor, has two.


With red leather seats, buttoned sofas and a welcoming bar, the Sofitel has a cozy vibe. Guests’ well-being is attended to in the fitness center, and even more deliciously in the Basilic restaurant, under the culinary baton of chef Mauricio Rodriguez, whose menu selections are inspired by French-Mediterranean cuisine fused with local Latin specialties. Above all, it’s the location that gives the hotel its bragging rights, and the concierge is the first to point out that one of Bogota’s finest Italian restaurants, Di Lucca, is right next door, and six other restaurants are within a block of the hotel’s front door.

In the Area

Step outside to take advantage of Zona Rosa’s many attractions. Browse the racks at local designer favorites such as Lina Cantillo, Pamela Duque and Julieta Suarez. You’re also just two blocks from Andino Shopping Plaza or an easy stroll from the top-of-the-line El Retiro Shopping Center, home to Andres Jaramillo’s extraordinary food court. His other restaurant, Andres D.C., opened in 2009 and is a pricey but totally unique experience in grilled meat dining (with good wines and appetizers) set in a four-tier industrial warehouse staffed by dancing waiters. A more tranquil neighborhood choice might be Club Colombia, which serves such regional classics as corn empanadas and ajiaco soup. Day trips include the historic old city, La Candelaria; the Gold Museum, with its treasure trove of 34,000 pieces of gold and 20,000 additional ancient artifacts; and the Salt Cathedral at Zipaquira, built within the tunnels of a salt mine some 600 feet underground. A surefire way to meet the Bogotanos is to rent a bike on a Sunday, when 70 miles of streets are closed to car traffic from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

How to Get There

Sofitel Bogota Victoria Regia
Carrera 13 No 85-80
Bogota, 00000 Colombia


4.5 Very Good 1182 Reviews
best place in Bogota
Reviewed 16 hours ago

Best location in the city, nice friendly staff, nice quiet spacious rooms, good breakfast. An island of sanity in a crazy city. Right in a safe street full of good restaurants and bars. Don't be tempted to go elsewhere.

Good location, great service
Reviewed 6 days ago

The hotel is well located between a park and a lot of restaurants and malls; area look also quite save. The hotel itself looks very nice and the rooms are good. The personnel is very friendly and attentative. Especially the breakfest is very unique. Great stay!

Great hotel in Bogotá.
Reviewed 1 week ago

It was our second visit to this hotel and every time was perfect. Staff at the hotel is so courteous and take care of every detail to give you the best experience while you visit the city. Miller and Cristian are the best!!!!

Restful nights and a wonderful magic realism experience!
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Comfortable bed, to the point of feeling like resting on a cloud. Exciting invitation to try exotic fruits and natural beauty products, a knowledgeable, kind and efficient concierge, welcoming front desk staff and attention to detail housekeeping. A home away from home worth returning over and over again and tempting family, friends and colleagues to try the Le Club Accor take on magic realism, Magnifique!

Best Hotel in Bogota
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wonderful, safe location near three major shopping centers, and a myriad of restaurants, bars and clubs. Generous breakfast buffet with a tremendous variety of food. Nice bar and bartenders. The General Manager and his staff run a tight ship aimed at providing the best customer service.