Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Bogota

Michel Patissier
Michel Patissier has provided Bogotá with high-quality croissants and pastries for over thirty years. Be sure to stop and refuel.
Sowelu
Tread the red carpet in style with something suitably swish from Sowelu.
Rafael
Headed up by one of the best chefs in South America, and frequented by Bogota's most famous faces, Rafael is a must-eat.
Cecilia Perez
Sumptuous materials make up the ultra-chic collection at Cecilia Perez.
Club Colombia
Club Colombia serves exclusively Colombian food, prepared to an extremely high standard and with more than enough options to surprise even the most seasoned diner.
Mario Hernandez
Luxury leather and other stylish skins await at Mario Hernandez.
Emerald Trade Center
Bling is the thing at Emerald Trade Center, where green is not just the colour of envy.
Le Manoir Hotel
Hole up in suitably hedonistic fashion here; for couples without children, Hotel Manoir makes a romantic alternative from Bogota's more well-known resting spots.
Leo Cocina y Cava
Leo Cocina y Cava is good - very good, even - but if you expect to dine at one of the best restaurants in the world (it has been included in such lists) you may be slightly disappointed.
El Comedor
El Comedor is an extremely fashionable hotel restaurant that attracts hungry diners from all over the city, as well as high-profile hotel guests.
Matiz
Matiz's dove blue and grey plush dining room is home to a sophisticated power scene.
Nazca
A see-and-be-seen kinda place, Nazca proves that style and substance can go hand-in-hand with a crowd of beautiful people and a menu of perfect Peruvian fare.
La Hora
Treat yourself to a stunning piece of wrist-candy from La Hora.
A Soloreano
A treasure trove of bejewelled trinkets for your wrists, neck, ears and fingers.
Astrid y Gaston
A stately manor is the appropriate home for Astrid y Gaston: the king of Peruvian cuisine.
Teatro de Camarín
Teatro de Camarín del Carmen is another of Bogotá's stunning Colonial buildings that had a rich history before becoming a theatre.
Niko Café
Niko Café is a Bogotá classic that serves excellent food in an elegant setting with no pretensions or gimmicks.

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