The creativity of this hotel makes it one of the fun places to stay in Bogota. Every suite is based around a different celebrity, and features the posters (or words, if you luck upon Pablo Neruda) of the chosen face. The interiors of the hotel’s 47 rooms reflects the mood or era of each artist, too. So if you’re staying in the Bridget Bardot room, expect a lot of neon, while the Angelina Jolie suite is minimalist, filled with whites and neutrals-exactly what you’d expect from Hollywood’s favourite sex-bomb. The six penthouse suites boast six separate rooms, but the hotel is a renovated apartment block so even the smallest suite has at least 50-square-metres in which to run free. Another perk: nearly all the staff speaks English.
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