Looking for a place to stay in Bogota? Then look no further than Hampton by Hilton Bogota - Usaquen, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Bogota to your doorstep.
Hampton by Hilton Bogota - Usaquen is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk. Plus, guests can enjoy a fitness center and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Bogota. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Iglesia Santa Bárbara de Usaquén (0.1 mi) and Iglesia Santa Barbara (0.5 mi), guests of Hampton by Hilton Bogota - Usaquen can easily experience some of Bogota's most well known attractions.
If you’re looking to experience local food favourites like oyster, consider a visit to Central Cevicheria, which is not far from Hampton by Hilton Bogota - Usaquen.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Parque de Usaquen (0.1 mi) or Mercado de las pulgas (0.2 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hampton by Hilton Bogota - Usaquen as you experience everything Bogota has to offer.
Very good hotel for a 4 star category. I had been trying some of them around the area of Usaquén, close to the Parque de Las Pulgas, and this one came out to be the one. Very well located, if you are looking to a place around the park, because traffic jam can be really a challenge in Bogotá. So try to take that into consideration. It is very close to the hospitals around, like the Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá, which is in front of the hotel. And has lots of restaurants around to try. From simple to sophisticated restaurants, for all tastes. In addition to that, the hotel has all the main facilities, like a small gym, which is completed, limited in terms of space but very functional. There is a terrace in the last floor with a beautiful 360 viés of the region. What is not convenient is the lack of a parking area to drop off and drop in. So the taxis must stop in the middle of the street. That was awful and the my main complain. The room I stayed was big enough, with a queen bed, a small desk to work conveniently. The bathroom was also functional, the shower was pleasant and more important, everything worked properly and the room was really clean. Congratulations to Jeimi for her great work (at the time of my stay she was responsible for 3rd floor). Internet was also decent which allowed me to work and make Teams meetings without issues. Breakfast was simple but complete. Service was always flawless, people are really gentle and want customers to fell welcome. I strongly recommend this hotel. …
Had a nice time at the Hotel. Location was very convenience for us.. I wish I could stay longer. Enjoyed the stay. Hotel looks clean and well maintained. Breakfast options were very nice. Great job. Thank you.
The staff at the front desk was extremely friendly every single morning. They greeted me every morning with a smile on their faces. The cleaning staff did a great job of maintaining the rooms. When I first get into a hotel room, I do a lap to see just how clean everything is. This room was spotless! I couldn't find a single thing to complain about with this hotel. I plan to stay in this hotel every time I visit Bogota.
This hotel is great for its central location in Usaquen. It is close to lots of shopping options, restaurants, and the Sunday Usaquen market. If you are looking for a hotel with tons of amenities and space, etc., this is not the hotel for you. Look at the Westin or one of the other nicer resorts down the street. This is perfect if you are in town for a few days and don't plan to stay in the hotel much. Plenty of good food, coffee, and cultural experiences around the neighborhood, particularly on Sunday. Room was a corner room with a street view on the fourth floor. It was quiet, the staff was respectful of the "Do Not Disturb" sign. All staff members we interacted with were very accommodating and kind. A few of the staff members spoke English, but do your best to speak Spanish. Keep in mind if you request a taxi from the hotel it will be a nicer and more expensive option than the yellow taxi's roaming around town. Be sure to confirm the price with the driver before you depart. Breakfast was okay. We usually ate breakfast during the last hour it was available and most of the good hot food options were dwindling. The four mornings we ate breakfast, there was hardly anything left. I guess they don't replace it once it is empty or they didn't realize it was empty. I suppose getting there earlier would have helped. But the options that were there were not bad. Enjoyed our stay, would return if in the Usaquen area again.…
I am a Hilton Gold member and had requested a quiet room, but received one that was right above the main street with four lanes each way, near an intersection with lights (so lots of reving of engines and beeping of horns). There is basically no noise isolation so we heard everything. I went down to reception to request a quieter room. They offered another room that they claimed was quieter because it was on a side street. While it's true it was technically on a side street, it was even closer to the traffic lights, so the noise was even worse than the first room. So we begrudgingly decided to stay in the first room since reception had nothing else to offer us and honestly were neither friendly nor sympathetic. The noise was so bad our first night there that we fled to another hotel nearby for our second night so we could get a good night's sleep. When we were about to go to bed, we found a wet spot - probably water - about 50 cm (1.5 feet) in diameter from the top of the bed all the way to the mattress protector. There was no housekeeping available to change the bed but they did send someone to provide sufficient new bedding to be able to sleep dry. The water pressure was inconsistent, varying from full pressure to a trickle - you never knew what you'd get when you turned on the faucet. The breakfast was decent. Overall, it was by far the worst experience I've had at a Hilton branded hotel anywhere in the world. …