Four Season hotel Casa Medina will open in Bogota on October 15 in a building considered a Columbian ‘landmark’.
Declared a ‘monument of cultural interest’ by the Columbian Ministry of Culture, the property has undergone renovations, retaining the French and Spanish influences of artist and architect Santiago Medina Mejia’s original 1946 building. Modern technologies and facilities have been added to update the property.
The hotel consists of 62 rooms and suites, no two alike, but all fitted with the fully customisable Four Seasons bed.
Dining options in the hotel include Castanyoles Raciones y Tapas, serving a Spanish-influenced menu for breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails.
Further facilities include a spa and 24-hour gym for exclusive guest use.
The hotel is now accepting reservations.
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