Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogotá
Cra. 7 ##69A-22, Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia
| +57 1 3257900
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Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina BogotáFrom hand-carved wooden doors to rustic ceiling beams, elements rescued from demolished colonial-era convents were incorporated into the architecture of this luxury property when it was built in 1946. A designated historic landmark, it reopened in 2015 as a Four Seasons Hotel in the restaurant-filled Zona G, named for its impressive gastronomy offerings. Though some of the city’s best eateries are within walking distance, the hotel prepares hearty fare like baked suckling pig with polenta tortilla at the on-site restaurant and bar. Decor feels similarly comforting: Guest rooms are individually designed, but all have distinctive elements such as hand-carved wooden dressers, leather furniture, and thermoacoustic windows for a cocoon-like experience; upgrade to a suite with a fireplace for extra warmth on Bogotá’s chilly nights, or retreat to the spa, which pampers with Colombian-inspired treatments like coffee-infused body wraps.
about 2 years ago
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By renovating and remodeling the old Hotel Charleston, Four Seasons has completed changed the hotel game in Bogota. While this is just one of two Four Seasons in the city, I'd argue Casa Medina is the best [by a mile]. It's an absolute stunner, and I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again and again. Food & beverage is a huge plus as well. The only 'buyer beware' to note: this hotel does not have A/C in the older part of the building. That said, as an A/C obsessed American, I didn't even notice the lack of cold air [as you may already know, BOG is a chilly city, especially at night]. Long story short, this hotel is a complete 10/10.