North of Bogotá, you’ll find a small town that was converted into part of the city during the 1950s

Usaquén is a rapidly growing part of the city. Thanks to its colonial beauty, cobble stone streets and Spanish buildings, it is a very popular place to spend the weekend.

Even though the facade of Usaquén is old-fashioned and colonial, it is also home to one of the most famous restaurants in the city where haute-cuisine and innovative dishes are served. It’s a hot spot for “Food Traveling” where you can taste gourmet meals from all over the world as well as culinary creations from South America’s newest emerging talents.

Hampton Inn Usaquen

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