Hotel Morrison is one of the hotels in Bogota that can offer the best of both worlds. Overlooking Leon de Greiff Park on one side and Zona T’s most popular clubs on the other, guests have no need to choose between a picturesque view and central urban location. Though be sure to request a room on the park side-unless you plan to be up until three in the morning. Inside, the rooms are spacious and stylishly decorated, if a little old-fashioned. The simple, vaguely French interior is luxurious, without appearing ornate; soft greys and creams with touches of blue and green create a comforting shelter from the frantically busy fashion and nightlife district outside. Room sizes vary (even within price brackets, so request a large one), but most contain an armchair and sleek wooden desk, and some have beige marble fireplaces. This 40 room-boutique hotel also offers city tours, so if you ever choose to leave the Zona Rosa, you’ll know where to go.
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