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Luxurious and modern hotel with elegant guestrooms and suites
Located in a vibrant area of Bogota's Zona Rosa, within easy reach of restaurants, boutiques and nightlife
Fantastic service and facilities that you would associate with the Four Seasons brand
Impressive selection of family-friendly amenities and accommodations
Bogota is 8800ft above sea level and therefore the temperature is never too high, although it does receive a lot of rainfall. The best time to visit Bogota is probably during the driest weather (December till March), however, completely good or bad weather is unpredictable. These months receive moderate tourist crowd.
The peak tourist season in Bogota is July and August due to its famous Bogota Carnival (August 5th & 6th). The average high temperature during this time is 19C.
The wet season in Bogota envelops the months of April, May, June and July. Although it can rain any time of the year these months receive the highest amount of rainfall.
Situated in one of Bogota's most upscale neighbourhoods, within easy reach of fantastic dining and shopping, the Four Seasons Hotel Bogota is a contemporary hotel offering spacious, stylish suites and the service you would expect from this iconic brand.
A contemporary and stylish property in the heart of Zona T, one of Bogota's most exclusive neighbourhoods, the Four Seasons Hotel Bogota offers a luxurious base for exploring Colombia's historic capital. The Four Seasons brand is renowned for its impeccable service and this is no exception, with attentive staff, a knowledgeable concierge and a 'nothing is too much trouble' attitude.
Modern in design with sophisticated details, the decor is tasteful and each and every room and suite offers a welcoming space for both couples and families. Each of the 64 rooms and suites is light and spacious, filled with luxurious amenities and modern technology to enhance your stay. Facilities at the hotel include a Japanese restaurant, where you can watch the action from the central grill and sushi bar, and a casual breakfast cafe serving delicious Colombian coffee and fresh local specialities. There is also a restaurant in collaboration with Harry Sasson, one of Colombia's most renowned chefs. An elegant spa is the perfect spot for relaxation and for those that prefer to keep active, there is also a 24-hour fitness centre.
Four Seasons Hotel Bogota can be found in Zona T, which is renowned for its shopping and dining, sitting within walking distance of fantastic nightlife and designer boutiques too. Bogota is rich with history and has a treasure trove of museums, highlights of which include the Gold Museum and the Botero Museum. During your stay, explore the charming traditional neighbourhoods, enjoy the views from Montserate which overlooks the whole city or head out on a day trip to the impressive Zipaquira Salt Cathedral.
There are 64 guest rooms at the Four Seasons Hotel Bogota, each contemporary and stylish with a sophisticated colour palette of creams and browns. The attention to detail is evident through the custom-tinted wooden floors, hand-knotted carpets and luxurious amenities which are all complemented by the soft furnishings. Rooms are all spacious and light and 28 of the 64 rooms are suites.
Four Seasons Hotel Bogota offers numerous family-friendly facilities making this a perfect choice when travelling with little ones. Babysitting can be organised and the concierge is on hand to recommend the best family-friendly restaurants and activities in the area. Welcome amenities will be provided on arrival to children and child-size bathrobes will be provided in rooms. Children's menus are available in the restaurants and through in-room dining and childproofing can also be arranged for the rooms. Cribs are available at no extra charge, along with kids' toiletries, bottles, diapers, wipes, baby bathtubs, baby blankets, high chairs, strollers, games and toys.
Restaurants at Four Seasons Hotel Bogota include Kuru Japanese Restaurant where you can expect to find a buzzing atmosphere as guests gather around the live-action charcoal grill and sushi counter. Biblioteca offers a more relaxed setting to enjoy a casual breakfast. Nemo, in collaboration with acclaimed Colombian chef Harry Sasson, serves up a selection of grilled treats, Harry's speciality.
The hotel also has a spa which offers a selection of relaxing treatments, as well as lounges, a 24-hour fitness centre and a steam room.
Surrounding The Four Seasons Hotel Bogota is the Zona T, an exclusive area with fantastic shopping and dining options. Bogota also houses a number of fascinating museums such as the Gold Museum and the Botero Museum. Outside the city is the Zipaquira Salt Cathedral which can be visited as part of a day trip.
Bogota is one of the largest cities in Latin America and with over 20 districts you could be forgiven with not knowing where to start your tour. Take in the panoramic vista of Bogota from Cerro de Montserrate to La Candelaria.
Enjoy a cultural tour to Pijao, one of the first Slow Cities in Latin America. Learn about the local history, as well as engaging with the locals of the town, with this exclusive experience that has guest meeting local families.
Start the day in the best possible way with a cup of locally produced coffee, before soaring over Colombia's coffee region in a hot air balloon. Enjoy breathtaking views of the lush surrounding valleys.
Four Seasons Hotel Bogota is located in the heart of Zona Rosa in Bogota, an area renowned for its restaurants and shopping.
14-hour international flight to El Dorado International Airport Bogota, followed by a 40-minute road transfer to the hotel.
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