If you require the accommodation service in Bogotá you can find hotels that offer prices below 50,000 and above 600,000 pesos per night, according to your preferences and pocket.
This is demonstrated by a study by the District Institute of Tourism (IDT) that inquired about the costs, services and characteristics of the lodging service in the city.
During the fieldwork, the IDT identified 839 hotel service providers and managed to characterize 558 of these businesses which represent 64 percent of the total identified.
This business grew in Bogota by 15.7 percent between 2015 and 2017. In that period, 161 new establishments with accommodation offer appeared, according to the census, which identified that the hotels are concentrated in Teusaquillo, Chapinero, La Candelaria and Usaquén, which represent 78.1 percent of the total. In eight of the 20 localities of the city the hotel industry is developed.
In Teusaquillo, the locality that concentrates 32.1 percent of the offer of rooms, the average cost of the night oscillates in 55 percent of the cases between 51,000 and 100,000 pesos; In La Candelaria, the most common prices in 38 percent of establishments are below 50,000 pesos. In this historic area, 11.6 percent of the city's hotel offerings are located.
In Chapinero, the most frequent cost for 28 percent of establishments is between 201,000 and 300,000 pesos. ] In Usaquén, the most widespread cost for 32 percent of the hotels is between 101,000 and 150,000 pesos.
The study allowed to identify that in the city proliferate small and medium-sized lodging establishments, which offer less than 50 rooms: this type of business represent 81 percent of the total. 12.7 percent of the hotels have between 51 and 100 rooms. 6.3 percent offers between 101 and more than 250.
One of the revealing data of the study shows that the hotel service today includes the offer of bicycle routes and bicycle rental, which is stronger in places like La Candelaria , in the historic center of the city. In general, 9.6 percent of the businesses that offer hotel service include biking.
The study highlights differences by locations: while 67.5 percent of the Teusaquillo lodging establishments offer the restaurant service, 48.06 percent have in Chapinero bar service. Usaquen stands out because 87.09 percent of the hotels offer parking service to their guests.
Another fact that the census shows is that 42.3 percent of the hotels have ramps and elevators for people in condition of disability.