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.
- 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.Details
- 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.Details
- 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.Details
A monument to great design
Declared an official Monument of Cultural Interest, our building exudes colonial-style grandeur and charm.
- Colonial gems
Discover the city’s colonial district, La Candelaria, during a customized tour of the city’s most elaborate historic buildings and impressive plazas.
- Explore the salt mines
Head outside the city to Zipaquirá, home to a wondrous cathedral built inside a salt mine – one of Colombia’s most compelling sights. We’ll introduce you to a local guide who will tell you all about it.
- Savour Colombian coffee
Sample the country’s best coffee on a personalized tour of the city’s third-wave cafés.