If you like to wear dark glasses and dress in black ensembles, you’ll approve of Avia 93 as one of the places to stay in Bogota. The hotel was designed with a vision, and is the talk of Bogota with its sleek lines and soft minimalism. The exterior grey glass looks like a cube stretched in one corner, similar to the kind of glamorous office buildings you’d expect from Apple. Inside, every shade of grey sets a sophisticated tone, and even in the lobby your eyes are drawn to the restaurant. The hotel owners persuaded Criterion’s Jorge Rausch to head the kitchen, and have stocked the largest wine cellar in Bogota, which wraps around the dining area. Upstairs, there are just 40 suites, each composed of black-and-white monochrome, and with everything you need but not one bit of clutter. In some rooms, the shower overlooks the bed (ideal for couples, not much good for anyone else), and proves that style doesn’t need vast space to flourish.