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Bogota (BOG-El Dorado Intl.) Hotels

Bogota Airport, properly known as El Dorado International Airport (BOG), is the main gateway to Colombia, and one of Latin America’s busiest airports. With the words "El Dorado" emblazoned on its looming front, this is a sprawling, gleaming travel hub with a tempting array of shops and restaurants. WiFi access is also available throughout, so you can get back online as soon as you step off the plane.

Hotels in Bogota (BOG-El Dorado Intl.)

If you’re only here for a quick stopover, there’s a choice of hotels handily located within the airport complex. Whether you stay in one of these, or in one of the many other hotels near Bogota Airport, you can expect ultra-modern, business-friendly accommodation with amenities like free WiFi, stylish lounge bars, and indoor pools. Cheap and cheerful hotels are also strewn throughout the region.

Where to stay

The vast, sprawling city of Bogota is a thrilling assault on the senses, made up of numerous diverse districts. La Candelaria is top of the list for many visitors. It’s the historic heart of the city, awash with ornate Colonial architecture and picture-perfect cobblestoned streets. Chapinero is the vibrant, modern downtown district, which boasts gourmet restaurants, designer boutiques, and wild nightlife.

How to get to Bogota (BOG-El Dorado Intl.)

You can fly direct to Bogota from a host of major international cities, including New York, Toronto, Paris, and Madrid. There are also daily flights from destinations all over Latin America. At the airport, the most hassle-free way to reach Bogota city center is to take one of the well regulated, set fare taxis. Buses are the cheap option, but not recommended if you're new to the city or can't speak the local language.

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