The Venue

The GS1 Bogota Healthcare Conference will be held at the Bogota Marriott Hotel.


Av El Dorado 69 B-53
Bogota, Colombia


Official hotel and rates

Bogotá Marriott Hotel offers modern rooms, a fitness center with Spa, indoor lap pool and Jacuzzi. Set in Bogotá’s business district, it is a 10-minute drive from El Dorado International Airport.


Bogota Marriott Hotel


Hilton Hotel Lobby




  • Single room $ USD 195,10 incl. breakfast per room/night
  • Double room $ USD 198,41 incl. breakfast per room/night

Av El Dorado 69 B-53
Bogota, Colombia

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VISA Requirements:


  1. Find out if you need a visa by clicking on the tab "Do I need a visa?:
  2. If you do need a visa, you must:
    1. Have a passport or valid travel document in good condition and with sufficient blank pages for visas.
    2. Fill out the electronic visa application form, available at: Please have a 3x4cm photograph in JPG format and a maximum file size of 300KB and the required documents in PDF format and a maximum file size of 3MB for all documents available. The documents required may vary according to your country of origin. The online form will indicate the requirements necessary to complete your application. Some common requirements include:
        1. A copy of the data page of the valid passport containing the holder’s personal data.
        2. A copy of the passport page containing the last entry or exit stamp into and from Colombia, as the case may be.
        3. If the procedure is going to be conducted by an attorney-in-fact, a copy of the respective power of attorney.
        4. A copy or the electronic data of the return flight ticket.
        5. Invitation letter to the event issued by GS1 Colombia
    1. All documents other than identity or travel documents must have been issued three months before the application is completed at the latest.
    2. All documents issued abroad must be apostilled or legalized, as the case may be, and have a certified Spanish translation when not originally issued in that language. The certified translation must also be legalized or apostilled, as the case may be.
    3. If bank statements are required, they may be submitted without an Apostille or Legalization and without a Spanish translation if their content can be clearly understood by the visa officer.
    4. If a criminal record is required, a criminal record certificate issued according to the procedures established in said country will be sufficient in the case of visa applications submitted to a Colombian consulate with headquarters in the visitor’s country of origin. For visa applications submitted to the Internal Visas and Immigration Work Group, the criminal record certificate may be submitted if certified by the consulate of the country of origin and verified in Colombia or if apostilled or legalized, as the case may be.
  3. The costs associated with the visa application process and means of payment are available here:
  4. If you require further information, contact the Colombian Embassy in your country. The contact information of Colombian Embassies all over the world can be found here:
  5. For further assistance in your visa application process or if you require an invitation letter, please contact us at: and include the following information:
  • Embassy Name and Address
  • Attendee's Name as it Appears on Passport
  • Attendee's Passport #
  • Attendee's First Name, Last Name, and Prefix (Ms. Miss, Mr. Mrs.)
  • Attendee's Title
  • Attendee's Company Name and Address
  • If you are from a GS1 Member Organisation, provide the address and contact’s name at the Member Organisation
  • Email address where VISA letter should be sent

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