Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota Colombia
Avenida Carrera 7 #69a-22
Bogota, D.C. Columbia
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Long recognized as one of the finest luxury hotels in Bogota, this stately and urbane jewel of composure and calm is now a signature Four Seasons experience – perfectly placed for business and nestled in the Zona G (for Gastronomy), the destination for the best restaurants in Bogota.
24-hour in-Room Dining
24-hour Fitness Center
Bogotas best spa experience
A welcome amenity for our youngest guests
Complimentary children's toiletries
Children's menus in our restaurants and In-Room Dining
Items to childproof guest rooms
Cribs and/or rollaway bed(s), at no extra charge and subject to maximum occupancy
Complimentary use of games, books, playing cards, colouring books, crayons and video games through "On Command" TV
Complimentary bottles, diapers, wipes, lotion, powder, shampoo and safety pins
Complimentary use of baby bathtub, blankets, thermometers, high chairs and strollers
Games and toys
Locally Inspired Treatments
Signature Body Treatments
24-hour business support
Airline reservation service
Translation and interpretation service
Wired or wireless Internet access in meeting rooms
Complementary standard Wi-Fi
Warm, versatile, social and convenient, Castanyoles Raciones y Tapas is an animated Spanish restaurant and tapas bar with a lush atrium courtyard and convivial sidewalk terrace. Indoors, the lively La Bodega focuses on tapas and Colombian coffee, plus its own artful takeaway menu.
Zona G (For Gastronomy)
For elegant romance by candlelight or the very best table for a high-powered business lunch, the Zona G is the place to eat in Bogotá. Whatever your taste, choice after choice in five-star dining waits side by side within just a few blocks.
Almost anywhere you are in Bogotá, this beautiful hilltop sanctuary looks down on you. Join pilgrims, nature lovers and sightseers who venture – on foot, by cable car or funicular – more than three kilometres up for stunning views of city and sunsets.
Its streets lined with Spanish colonial, baroque and art deco architecture, Bogotá's "old town" La Candelaria is a charming setting for a casual stroll, a browse through museums and churches or a taste of the history of the Bogotanos.
Zona Rosa/Zona T
The Zona Rosa, and especially the Zona T at its core, is not only where it all happens for Bogotá nightlife, but where the chic come for upscale shopping – including centres such as the exclusive El Retiro – and every flavour of top restaurants.
Tour this iconic underground Roman Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine 200 meters underground.
Long before Europeans landed in the New World, Colombia's indigenous peoples were celebrating their cultures in gold. Marvel at the world's largest collection, over 55,000 extraordinary golden objects, at the Museo del Oro (Gold Museum).
International Emerald Museum
No country in the world produces more high-quality emeralds than Colombia, and this small private museum gives a glimpse into their production and beauty. An added perk: bird's-eye views of Bogotá from the 23rd floor of the tower.
In Bogotá's historical Candelaria district, discover drawings, paintings and sculptures by Colombia's most famous artist Fernando Botero, along with works from the artist's private collection by modern masters from Corot to Picasso.
Bogota Botanical Garden
A beautiful park and botanical research centre, the Jardín Botánico José Celestino Mutis collects and displays the flora of all the regions of Colombia, from Andes to Amazon, including endangered species, xeric plants and thousands of orchids.
Usaquen Sunday Market
With its cobbled streets and 17th-century villas, the neighbourhood of Usaquén is a picturesque setting for its lively Sunday market. Peruse the colourful stalls, bargain for handicrafts with local artisans, and watch street performers.
Cathedral of Bogota
The Parish of the Cathedral of Bogota, is located in the very Historical and Political Center of the city and the country. The area comprising the Parroquia de la Catedral Primada de Bogotá, in the La Candelaria neighborhood