Tallest hotel in Latin America to open in late 2016

Eurostars Torre Bacatá 5*
Eurostars Torre Bacatá 5* will open in Torre BD Bacatá, designed by Alonso-Balaguer y Arquitectos Asociados.

Grupo Hotusa is scheduled to open Eurostars Torre Bacatá 5* in late 2016 in Torre BD Bacatá, an architectural complex owned by BD Bacatá and designed by Catalan architectural firm Alonso-Balaguer y Arquitectos Asociados. Located in Bogota, Colombia, this project will be the tallest hotel in Latin America, occupying 40 of the 66 floors in one of the towers in the BD Bacatá tower complex.

Torre BD Bacatá has two towers, the one which will house the hotel being the tallest building in Colombia with a total of 114,384 square meters (1,231,219 square feet). In addition to the hotel, the tower will also have 396 apartments, 117 offices, more than 700 parking spots and a shopping center with 30 shops.

Eurostars Torre Bacatá 5* will have a total of 323 rooms, including 19 suites, and more than 3,000 square meters (32,292 square feet) of space for events and conventions between its 16 meeting rooms. Likewise, the property will also have a 550 square meter (5,920 square foot) spa and wellness area, and more than 800 square meters (8,611 square foot) of food services spaces, with two restaurants and two lounge bars.

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The future Eurostars Torre Bacatá 5* will be the third establishment the company manages in Bogota, in addition to Exe Bacatá 95 4* and Exe Santafé Boutique Hotel 5*. The group’s hotel division, Eurostars Hotel Company, currently runs 148 establishments in 15 countries.

Eurostars Torre Bacatá 5*

Eurostars Torre Bacatá 5*

Eurostars Torre Bacatá 5*

Eurostars Torre Bacatá 5*

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