Inaugurated in 2016, the Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina is Bogota’s finest hotel.
Housed in the renovated 1940s mansion of the Medina family and an extension constructed in the 1980s, the interiors feature rich, hand-planed wood panels; stained glass; and original tapestries.
No other hotel in Bogota has such a strong sense of history and place. Located in the Zona-G (the “gastronomic” zone), the Four Seasons Casa Medina lies within easy reach of many of the city’s top restaurants.
Among those are the hotel’s central courtyard restaurant, Castanyoles, which offers Spanish tapas and wine.
Each of the 62 guestrooms is furnished with security box, Nespresso machine, mini-bar, television, bathrobes, slippers, and hair dryer. Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.
Some upper category rooms have fireplaces, hardwood floors, and coved ceilings.
Rooms at Four Seasons Casa Medina do not have air conditioning; Bogota enjoys a spring-like climate year round.
Four Seasons Casa Medina also offers a full-service spa, coffee bar, concierge, steam room, and fitness center.
Bogota is Colombia’s capital city—a national hub for finance, education, and commerce. Emerging from the political and economic turmoil of recent decades, Bogota is now blossoming with creative energy. This is the new capital of cool, home to South America’s best museums, art galleries, fine dining, and nightlife.
Most of our clients who visit Colombia choose to spend 2 or 3 nights in Bogota, exploring the historic center, visiting museums, hiking in the Andes, sampling artisanal coffee, and enjoying the nightlife.
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