Spice up your group's Bogotá itinerary with one of our creative and lively Four Seasons group activities – ideal for inspiration, networking and team-building. Whether they're out exploring the city or having fun learning how to make chocolate in our kitchens, your guests will enjoy exclusive experiences made possible through our relationships in the local community.
- Salsa Class
Salsa is a passion in Colombia, so invite your guests to experience a classic salsa bar – without leaving the Hotel. They’ll be treated to a professional performance by local salsa dancers and learn basic steps, all accompanied by traditional drinks and snacks.
- Coffee Tasting
Invite your group to become Colombian coffee connoisseurs in a tasting session led by local coffee growers. They’ll learn about different preparation methods, flavours and aromas in a group activity that offers a sense of place.
- Chocolate Challenge
Guests are encouraged to get their hands dirty with our cacao plants, learning how to remove the pulp, roast the seeds and grind them for cacao powder, which they’ll use to prepare their own “Bogotá Style” hot chocolate. It all makes for a fun and convivial activity for your team.
- Colombian Flavours
Start your day at the enormous and colourful Paloquemao Market, where our chef will introduce your group to Colombia’s astounding varieties of fruits and vegetables. Continue the experience at Chico Park where guests will be welcomed with a unique cocktail, followed by a dance performance, live music and a buffet of traditional dishes.
- Graffiti and History
Your guests most likely will have noticed Bogotá’s profusion of eye-catching street art. Why not break up a day of meetings with a walking tour of the historical La Candelaria neighborhood, where a graffiti artist will explain the themes, colours and historical influences that are behind this amazing citywide art project.
- Bogotá Bike Tour
Bogotá is a global icon for promoting bicycles as an alternative mode of transportation. Our network of 376 kilometres (234 miles) of bikeways, a Car Free Day, Sunday Bikeways, a Night Bikeway in December and a large number of groups promoting bicycle use all have contributed to making Bogota an example to the world of sustainable mobility. In addition, on every Sunday morning, the main streets of Bogotá are closed to traffic and fill up with people running, cycling, skating and walking. Organize a group biking tour to join the fun, finishing with a fresh fruit juice or empanada from one of the many streetside stalls.