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Digital Media LATAM 2018

14 Nov 2018 to 16 Nov 2018
Bogotá
Colombia

Suggested Accommodation & Sightseeing

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There are several accomodation options in close proximity to the event venue that we suggest you book. The price range per night (with breakfast and internet included) is 50-300 USD + VAT*.

*Foreign visitors that pay their stay with a foreign card are exempted from paying VAT on their hotel tariffs. 

Please mention the event: DIGITAL MEDIA LATAM when booking

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HILTON HOTEL BOGOTA

St. 7 #72-41, Bogota, Colombia · T. +57 1 600 6100
Enjoy the central location and elegant atmosphere of the Hilton Hotel Bogata. Located at the center of the financial district, the hotel is near the Zona Rosa, one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the city, and Zona G, which offers entertainment and restaurants. Arrive at the hotel from El Dorado International Airport in just 25 minutes.
Rates: 199 USD per night + VAT (Breakfast & WIFI included)
Bookings, click here.

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HOTEL JW MARRIOT BOGOTÁ

St. 73 #8-60, Bogota, Colombia · T. +57 1 4816000
Comfort, elegance and good taste are combined at the JW Marriott to offer you the best experience during your stay in the city of Bogota. Located in the heart of the financial district and very close to the best entertainment area of the city, the hotel offers privileged closeness to the most important restaurants in the north of the capital.
Rates: 220 - 300 USD per night + VAT (Breakfast & WIFI included)
Bookings, click here.

 

 

 

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NH BOGOTA METROTEL ROYAL HOTEL

St. 74 #13-27, Bogota, Colombia · T. +57 1 3254445
The NH Bogotá Metrotel Royal Hotel is located near the financial district of Bogota and is ideal for any type of traveler. It has large rooms for conventions and comfortable apartments for travelers with extended stays.
Rates: 50 - 150 USD per night + VAT (Breakfast & WIFI included)
Bookings, click here.

 

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Discover Bogota

These are the spots at Bogota that you cannot miss.

The information has been provided by the Greater Bogotá Convention Bureau and you can find futher information in their website.

Also, find information and practical tips so that you feel home when you arrive to Bogotá regarding Visas, embassies, transportation and weather, prior your arrival, here.

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LA CANDELARIA (HISTORIC CENTER)

The historic center known as “La Candelaria”, is also the heart of government administration buildings and religious institutions since the 16th century, when its first buildings were built. Its steep and narrow streets still carry names that evoke the Spanish Colonial Era. Its Republican style buildings, infrastructure, history, legends and heroic events, recreate a magical environment harboring multiple artistic and cultural expressions just waiting to be discovered. Besides, the most important and representative museums of the country are clustered in this area. The traditional neighborhood of La Macarena or “Zona M” is known for its bohemian character with cozy bars and restaurants.

Find further information, here.

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USAQUEN

Cobblestone streets and houses of the late 1800´s still line the streets, retaining the colonial architecture and charm. Many of these buildings now operate as exclusive restaurants, bars and coffee shops, blending into the “Teleport Business Park’s” modern backdrop, one of the city’s financial centers. You can’t miss the “San Pelayo” craft and flea market that takes place on Sundays and holidays at the Usaquen Plaza. Here, you will find eclectic and original combinations of artwork, quirky expositions, antiques, handcrafts, jewelry and hand-crafted clothing, among other souvenirs. The colonial neighborhood of Usaquen, is where the city´s wealthiest families used to have their “haciendas”.

Find further information, here.

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ZONA T (T ZONE)

The “Zona T” is a “T” shaped pedestrian street engaging the city’s most popular coffee shops, pubs, bars, discos, casinos, shopping mall and design and fashion boutiques, displaying the talent of well-known Colombian and foreign designers. During the day, it’s the perfect place for shopping, eating out or enjoying a delightful cup of unmatched Colombian coffee. At night, it turns into one of the best clubbing zones. Cross-over, modern and electronic music that blend with Colombian traditional styles, get you swinging to the sounds of the beat of your choice.

Find further information, here.

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ZONA G (G ZONE)

At the heart of Bogota’s most prominent financial district, and one of its most exclusive neighborhoods, you’ll find the “Zona G” or the Gourmet Zone, where outstanding and sophisticated restaurants offer traditional Colombian dishes and exquisite international fusion cuisine. Here, renowned chefs are challenged with the task of presenting new trends, flavors, aromas and shapes. But there is more to Zona G than great food. Over recent years, its unique atmosphere and fashionable decor has turned the area into a “must go” activity for your five senses.

Find further information, here.

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