Avenida Carrera 9, Bogotá
night, two person
The Hotel W Bogotá can be found in Usaquén, a suburb on the eastern slope of Bogotá that was formerly comprised of farms and haciendas. You may find this neighbourhood bordered by lush hills. High-rises are sprouting up from the land these days, and its agricultural buildings are now housing stores. Foodies are flocking to the fashionable restaurants that are located there.
Families can be seen strolling around the cobblestone alleyways of the colonial district on the weekends, where a flea market is set up on the pavements. Located off of a major street, the W is ideally situated in the middle of the action. Although it is unavoidable to take a taxi to go around, La Candelaria, the airport, and the nightlife of Zona Rosa are all within a forty-minute drive (provided that traffic conditions are favourable).
There is a printed canopy that runs up the wall and along the ceiling in every room. This canopy envelops each bed and provides a contrast to the sleek white vanity unit and the sparkling urban metropolis that can be seen outside the window.
There is not much of a difference between the Wonderful, Fabulous, and Spectacular rooms, which is in keeping with the superlative name scheme. However, the wow value of a room improves in proportion to the floor on which it is located. Be wary of the frosted toilet doors and the thin drapes that in most rooms isolate the bathroom from the rest of the room; the arrangement is highly personal.
Food and drinks
Refreshing and revitalising tourists are the famous Ginger Margaritas and Watermelon Crushes that can be found at the W Lounge. Live music, ranging from crooners to DJs, is frequently performed at the bar, which draws in locals. In addition to salads, pasta, and pizzas, the neighbouring Market Kitchen offers a delicious selection of meat and fish that are prepared in a variety of sauces and which are simply cooked. The more elaborate main courses, such as a salmon that has been slow-cooked and served with truffle mash, may be quite weighty and a touch disheartening.
Breakfast, on the other hand, is a smorgasbord of choice, consisting of cereals and porridge, more than ten different varieties of bread and spreads, and a thorough selection of milks and yoghurts to begin with. It is a feast of regional cuisines, including soup, fruits, empanadas, and chutneys. In addition, the bottomless brunch that is served on the weekends is a hit.