Hotel de la Opera
The only downside to staying at Hotel de la Opera, one of the classic hotels in Bogota, is that it’ll be hard to tear yourself away from the hotel walls. A supreme hotel provides more than just shelter and can define a whole visit-and Hotel de la Opera certainly does that. This Candelaria gem exudes character, refinement and a little cultural eccentricity throughout its warm yellow rooms and delicately-engraved furniture. The beds are plush and the bathrooms offer spacious bathtubs. There are two houses-one colonial, and the other republican-uniting two distinct styles. And while most of the 42 rooms maintain non-ostentatious elegance, the seventh floor provides an all-white haven for those who revel in excess. The hotel is a favourite amongst well-to-do European tourists and extravagant wedding parties who bask in the gorgeous surroundings and ideal sightseeing location.
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