Whether you stay with us just for a night or two before you're off to a Four Seasons resort honeymoon, or dive in together for a deeper discovery of Bogotá and beyond, we want your time with us to be unforgettable. You'll find Colombian culture infused into everything from our creative cocktails to our Spa treatments to the local itineraries we can arrange for your first newlywed days.
- Elegant Accommodations
The character of our landmark building shines in hand-carved doors, wooden beams, rich leather furnishings and wrought-iron accents in our guest rooms and suites.Details
- Soothing Spa
Indulge in our Spa together with treatments like our Colombian Green Coffee Wrap that incorporate local traditions and ingredients.Details
- Romantic Accents
Opt for a romantic package that offers amenities such as toast-worthy Cava, rose bouquets, breakfast in bed, chocolate-covered strawberries and late checkout.
We welcome you and your wedding party, families or guests to take part in exclusive opportunities to savour Colombian culture and cuisine without setting food beyond our doors. Enjoy a performance and try a salsa class with professional dancers, fuelled with traditional drinks and snacks. Deepen your coffee connoisseurship in a tasting session led by regional growers. Or create a local take on hot chocolate from scratch, starting with our cacao plants and removing the pulp, roasting the seeds and grinding them into a distinctly Colombian treat.
Our on-site restaurant, Castañyoles, offers a perfect setting for a romantic honeymoon meal. Linger over cocktails such as a chilled canelazo and Mediterranean-inspired dishes like mixed paella.
Let our Concierge team arrange exclusive explorations of our city and region for your first married days together. See – and sample – the best of Bogotá's enormous Paloquemao market with our chef, or savour a chef-led tour of our city's Colombian cuisine.
Discover the vibrant street art of the La Candelaria neighbourhood on a walking tour led by a graffiti artist. Shop for homewares and art pieces at the VERDI textile studio, known for its unique reinventions of hand-weaving traditions.
Explore on two wheels along some of our 376-kilometre network of bicycle routes – or the main streets of the city on Sunday mornings when they're closed to automotive traffic.
We can even arrange a helicopter journey to meet members of Colombia's indigenous mountain-dwelling Kogi community.