Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Bogota

104 Art Suites
With just a little more attention to customer service, 104 Art Suites would be a first class hotel.
14 Inkas
A reservation at 14 Inkas should be on every hedonist's hit list - if not for the excellent Peruvian cuisine, then for the potent pisco.
A Soloreano
A treasure trove of bejewelled trinkets for your wrists, neck, ears and fingers.
Abasto
Abasto looks like one of Jamie Oliver's cookbooks come to life. In a good way.
Aero Kids
Kitsch wonders abound at Aero Kids, with clothes to suit any style or mood.
Almacen Xue
Almacen Xue sells an eclectic mix of clothes and accessories for stylish women.
Andres Carne de Res
A visit to Bogotá is incomplete without a night at Andres Carne de Res, a legendary club 45-minutes from the city-centre.
Andres DC
Andres DC, the inner city version of the legendary Andres Carne de Res, doesn't quite live up to the legendary reputation of the original but it does manage to be a dynamic bar in its own right.
Andres Otalora
Floaty, girl clothes from Andres Otalora.
Armando’s All Stars
Armando's All Stars is one bars in Bogota's much-lauded, multi-level nightlife hotspot, Armando Records, offering 70’s flair and unbeatable ambience.
Artesano Gourmet
Artesano Gourmet is a tiny café that specialises in cakes and richly sweet desserts.
Astrid y Gaston
A stately manor is the appropriate home for Astrid y Gaston: the king of Peruvian cuisine.
B.O.G. Hotel
The glittering emerald green and gold of one of Bogota's first boutique hotels, the B.O.G. Hotel has become the focal point for style conscious travellers
Bar de Leo
The owner of restaurants Leo, Cocina y Cava and Leonor Espinosa created Bar de Leo as her contribution to Bogotá's bar scene.
Bendita Seas
Brimming with fashion finds, Bendita Seas is an emporium of wonders for the discerning woman.
Bendito
High-end turns into high-jinx at Bendito, a sleek club in the heart of Zona T.
Bettina Spitz
Bettina Spitz stocks all kinds of gorgeous goodies, from chic clothes to beautiful accessories.
BH de la Quinta
Not even Tolstoy could review Hotel de la Quinta without overuse of the word 'charming'. Every aspect of the neat, dusk-coloured rooms beckons for the word.
Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango
Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango (B.I.A.A.) is an important cultural icon, both for Colombia and for South American academia.
Boheme Royal
Behind the doors of Zona T's Boheme Royal lurks the Diesel-swathed crowd of Latin America's youngest party set.
Bosi
Accessories galore at Bosi, with beautiful trinkets to accentuate any outfit.
Cachao
A visit to Cachao demands a little shopping preparation: a night at this bar-however well-intentioned the beginnings-will not be complete without suitably stylish shoes in which to keep pace with the fast-timed salsa.
Café de la Estacion
Café de la Estacion is an old train carriage that's used as a unique café for a memorable snack experience indeed.
Cafe Devoción
A craft coffee shop in Bogotá, with sister cafes in the US, Cafe Devoción offers up 17 varieties served in five different ways from its stylish space in La Porciúncula.
Casa de la Botica
If you aren't fussed by service, Hotel Casa de la Botica will give you a true taste of Colombian culture in lovely surroundings.
Casa de Moneda
Set in yet another beautiful Colombian building, Casa de Moneda is the site of the first Colombian Mint.
Catedral de Sal de Zipaquira
The Catedral de Sal is an incredible architectural construction, carved entirely from salt rock 200-metres underground.
Catedral Primada
Catedral Primada is a Roman Catholic Cathedral that dates back to the founding of Bogota.
Cecilia Perez
Sumptuous materials make up the ultra-chic collection at Cecilia Perez.
Celebrities Suites
The creators of Art Suites 104 upped the kitsch for Celebrities Suites, a hotel that looks as stylish as the name suggests.
Central Cevicheria
Start an evening out in Zona T at Central Cevicheria, where sumptuous seafood and fresh fish are very much the order of the day.
Centro Cultural
Centro Cultural Gabriel Garcia Marquez is a sleek space dedicated to Colombia's most treasured novelist, Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Chamois
Chamois is casual, unpretentious and one of the best bars in Bogotá.
Charme
Chic clothes for women who want to age gracefully.
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.
Cuchitril
Be beach-ready with summery styles from Chuchitril.
D’Marcha
Enter the darkened grocery store, follow a group of well-heeled twentysomethings to the lift and travel up to the seventh floor to enter the sleek sophistication of D'Marcha.
Diana Garcia
Diana Garcia is a favourite amongst Bogota's gourmet insiders.
Disco Jaguar
Disco Jaguar is kitch, sexy and occasionally psychedelic, and incorporates a café, bar, club, gallery and sex shop all under one roof.
Donostia
Tucked away in the newly-fashionable (and forever beautiful) La Macarena, Donostia adds unexpected spices to traditional dishes for Colombian cuisine with a twist.

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