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Accommodations and Travel


The SPE Latin American and Caribbean Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability Conference will be held at Hotel Cosmos 100.

Calle 100 Nº 21A -11

Tel: +57 1 646-4000 


Travel Information

SPE has appointed Contactos S.A.S as the official Destination Management Company in Colombia for the conference. Make your housing reservation online or contact Camilo Martinez S. at Contactos S.A.S. by phone (575) 672 4300 Ext: 305 or email if you to arrange transportation from and to the airport.

Visa and Passport Requirements

Attendees are strongly advised to ensure they fulfill all legal requirements to enter Colombia.
Besides a valid passport, an entry visa and invitation letter may also be required.

SPE offers an official invitation letter to assist you in the visa process upon registration confirmation.

For more information about visa requirements, please visit the Colombian Official Travel Guide.

Note:  It is the sole responsibility of the attendee to obtain the necessary paperwork for entry to Colombia. This letter does not guarantee that you will be granted a visa, nor does it commit SPE to assist you in obtaining a visa. SPE will not pay any expenses incurred by you. We cannot send the letter to the embassy or consulate for you, nor can SPE contact the embassy or consulate on your behalf.

Travel Safety Tips

When traveling, as in any major city, take certain precautions whether you are traveling or exploring the city. Here are some general tips to help make the most of your trip:

  • Lock up your valuables. Hotels provide safety deposit boxes in their rooms. It’s recommended that jewelry, airline tickets, money, and any important documents be stored in the hotel safe.
  • Remember your adapters. Bogota has 110-volt appliances.
  • Try not to use mobile telephones in the street and be aware of your surroundings.
  • Keep cameras and video recorders out of plain sight. Avoid wearing excessive jewelry, carrying any valuables, or large amounts of cash.
  • Use credit cards where possible. Your wallet should contain your ID, credit cards, and a minimum amount of cash.
  • Withdraw cash from ATMs that are inside your hotel, banks or commercial centers.
  • Notify hotel management as soon as possible in the event of a lost or stolen room key card.
  • Travel in a group and plan your itinerary before leaving the hotel to ensure you make your destination smoothly. If you get lost, call a taxi to take you to your destination. Your hotel can recommend a reputable taxi company.
  • Keep an eye on your luggage.
  • Exchange currency in shops or at the hotel’s front desk.
  • Bring a jacket or sweater because some buildings and restaurants can be a little cool with the air conditioner.
  • Tip extra if you want to. Restaurants and hotel tips are 10–15% .