Hotel Windsor House, one of the more spacious hotels in Bogota, is set within beautiful brick buildings. A piano in the lobby provides background music and the reception, manned by extremely helpful members of staff, leads onto a grand wood-panelled lounge, decorated in mauves and forest greens and with racks of hardback books lining the fireplace. This style fades somewhat in the suites, which have mismatched colours and functional (but rather ugly) furniture. Comfort remains a key feature, however, with two rooms in each of the 125 suites, and there’s a desk, lounge area, small dining table and a kitchenette in the junior suites. Some rooms offer jacuzzi bathtubs, and many lead onto a balcony, which is particularly useful for smokers. The massage room downstairs only has space for one so if you’re fancying a bit of pampering then you need to remember to book early.