While most of Bogotá’s better hotels are overly corporate, B.O.G is anything but. Set away from downtown’s financial center and most of the tourist sights, in an area where locals come to play, it has quickly become something of a social center, with pretty young things flocking to the rooftop bar and pool for tapas and martinis or to the ground-floor restaurant, La Leo, to sample the contemporary Colombian menu. Subterranean levels hold a steam room and a small spa with locally inspired treatments that utilize bamboo, native seeds, and vanilla. Shades of bronze, green, and silver define the minimalist guest rooms, which include beds as soft as clouds with 500-thread-count sheets and oversized showers with gold tiles. Staff are attentive and courteous, happily bringing a jar of arequipe, or Colombian dulce de leche, at turndown.