Four Seasons Hotel

Casa Medina Bogotá

Colonial-style elegance surrounded by urban excitement
Avenida Carrera 7 #69a-22, Bogota DC, Colombia

Our landmark 1946 building, designed by Colombian artist-architect Santiago Medina Mejia, boasts some of the most quietly elegant rooms in the city – complete with beamed ceilings, hand-carved wooden furnishings and fireplaces to cosy up to, no two rooms are alike. Steps from the buzzing financial district and the gourmet paradise of the Zona G, Casa Medina is an urban retreat for travellers with taste.

Accommodations

  • Penthouse Suite living room with sofas, trunk-style coffee table, in front of dining table and chairs, beamed ceiling
    Penthouse Suite

    Sink into a leather club chair by the fire in our welcoming fifth-floor suite. A spacious living room, a dining room and two bathrooms encourage entertaining.

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  • Hotel living room with brown leather sofa and armchairs trunk-style coffee table in front of roaring fireplace
    One-Bedroom Suite

    This pied-à-terre displays some of the Hotel’s most beautiful architectural details, offering two living areas and period-style leather furniture to settle into.

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  • Executive Suite with bed with white linens, wood trunk-style coffee table and nightstand, large glass patio door
    Executive Suite

    Put your feet up in one of the living areas fitted with hand-carved wooden furnishings, or enjoy the courtyard view from your king-size bed.

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  • Dining tables and chairs under sunny skylight, brick indoor balcony lined with tropical plants
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Landmark Style

A monument to great design

Historic beauty

Declared an official Monument of Cultural Interest, our building exudes colonial-style grandeur and charm.

  • Looking down at courtyard patio surrounded by brick building, windows, green trees, shrubs
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