Housed in the historic Casa Medina, one of the city's most iconic mansion buildings constructed by the architect Santiago Medina, Four Seasons' first hotel in the city blends colonial grandeur with the brand's signature contemporary elegance. Each of the rooms is unique and filled with original features: handcrafted cedar wood doors, panelling, beautiful stained glass windows, and antique fireplaces. Even the modern extension to the original house exudes character and charm, with cracked leather armchairs and whitewashed ceiling beams providing a sense of the city's colonial past.
The hotel's highly-acclaimed restaurant, Castanyoles, sits in a tiled courtyard under a glass roof, serving Mediterranean-inspired cuisine and a lavish Sunday brunch. The spa, meanwhile, is one of the finest in the city.
Foodies will delight in the hotel's superb location between the buzzy Zona T with its high-class boutiques, and the gastronomic hub of Zona G. To take the gourmet experience further, join a specialist guide on a culinary tour of the capital, which is fast becoming one of South America's most acclaimed destinations for foodies.
Lovers of culture and history
Spa and wellness enthusiasts
THINGS TO DO AT THE HOTEL:
Sample a signature coffee body wrap or citrus scrub in the spa
Dine in the sophisticated surroundings of Castanyoles, with its atmospheric greenhouse atrium and superb cocktail menu
Watch the hustle and bustle of Bogota’s streets with a cup of freshly brewed coffee on the sidewalk terrace
THINGS TO DO NEARBY:
Unravel the secrets of Colombian cuisine on a fascinating gourmet tour of the city
Learn the history of South America’s gold trade at the world-renowned Museo del Oro
See a different side to Bogota on a fascinating street art and politics tour
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