Amazing beautiful country.
The Click Clack Hotel is a funky place to stay while visiting the city of Bogota.
It might be just the coolest hotel you may “stumble upon”. With a fresh interior and a and imposing façade, Click Clack adds a touch of class to your trip.
For me it is Bogotá’s 11-story hotel, it offers stylish design touches in nearly every detail, from the Space Invader-patterned elevator to the closet door handles, porcelain animal heads. A vertical garden wall and quirky art complete the vintage-chic aesthetic.
The architects figured out to connect the interior with the outdoors and create an airy, modern, yet a cozy ambience in order to make the clients feel good and comfortable.
The hotel is located in the Embassy neighborhood, the hotel is in El Chicó, a lively design-oriented district, a few minutes’ walk from the vast Parque de la 93 and from the pulsing bars and clubs and trendy restaurants of Zona-T.
We got a nice suite with a view on the 9th floor.
Floor-to-ceiling views of the city, from the rooftops to the mountains, along with a living room in special style, a beautiful gray couch, wooden coffee table and decent abstract art.
The bedroom, both here and in our smaller room had luxe bedding and extra-soft blankets and robes. What the smaller room, on the second floor, lacked in views it made up for in a private deck, with well-groomed plants and flowers, a fire pit and armchairs.
It had a huge bathroom, separated from the bedroom by a glass wall. There was a rain forest shower that was hard to step away from. Loved that.
The Click Clack strives to be high-tech and is less concerned with fitness than indulgence: The rooftop bar and lounge was cool and funky as well, a bit too much well-heeled ladies.
We had nice dreams and enjoyed the breakfast buffet, fruit, cheese, arepas, empanadas, sausages and more, along with made-to-order eggs, it was really nice and yummy.
Its worth it to check in, it could make you feel as you belong to the special Colombian jet set scene.
The hotel is well protected, all in all it was a memorably visit.
Me gusta, Bogotá.