Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota
Bogota, Bogota & surrounds, Colombia
At a Glance
In one of the most historic and traditional buildings of the city
The hotel is located in the North Zone of Bogota
Classic details such as stone columns and hand-carved doors
Wi-Fi Internet access in the entire building
An impressive wine cellar
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
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.
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The Four Seasons Casa Medina Bogota is a converted historic mansion set in the heart of Bogota's affluent financial district. With stone walls and pillars, timbered ceilings, and wrought iron staircase railings, the hotel has been meticulously restored.
The Four Seasons Casa Medina Bogota has been declared a National Historical Conservation Monument in Colombia due to its splendid architecture. The hotel has 58 rooms and suites, which have been delightfully decorated in a classical style and fitted with modern facilities. Suites and Grand Suites have the added charm of fireplaces.
The Casa comprises two buildings: the front, a half century old building furnished with pieces from a former monastery; and the back, a modern annexe that successfully retains the same historic style. The hotel also features a glass covered seating area, an outside courtyard and a restaurant, which specializes in French cuisine and is elegantly decorated with antiques imported by aristocratic Bogotano families.
The accommodation at The Four Seasons Casa Medina Bogota is made up of 14 Standard Deluxe Rooms, 18 Superior Deluxe, 17 Junior Suites, eight Grand Suites and a Presidential Suite.
Children are welcome at the hotel, and babysitting can be arranged upon request, but there are no specific facilities or interconnecting rooms.
The Four Seasons Casa Medina's restaurant has a superb menu of international cuisine and a remarkable wine cellar. The colonial architecture and carved wooden walls with timeless furnishings and decor, make it the ideal haven for lovers of fine cuisine.
There is a gym that is open 24-hours a day and it is complete with modern training equipment. The hotel can arrange for you to have a massage at the end of a busy day sightseeing to help you relax and rejuvenate for another day of exploration.
Sonia Bungaroo (Staff)
Without a doubt one of the most gorgeous city hotels in the world, with its beautiful original facade, and it's careful interior styling that manages to blend the romantic original features of the colonial mansion, with some really slick, contemporary details. The service is predictable Four Seasons perfect, from the doormen to the wait-staff in their gorgeous courtyard fine dining Tapas Restaurant, guests can rest assured that their experience will be personalized, warm and really have a feel of real Bogota. The location in the heart of the Gastronomic district is absolutely something that should be considered by any foodies - you will be in walking distance to some of the most incredible restaurants in Latin America, from Rafael, Criterion, Harry Sasson, El Cielo and plenty more. Make the most of the concierge team at Scott Dunn and fill your evenings with some of the most exciting menus in the continent!
Bogotá Graffiti Bike Tour
Immerse yourself in Bogota's many colorful graffiti murals, centerd around the district known as La Candelaria. Seen as an expression by the city's inhabitants of their social and political attitudes, the vibrant colors make a fascinating scene.
Gardens of Pijao Experience
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.
Hot Air Balloon Over Colombia's Coffee Region
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.
Private guided tour to the salt cathedral of Zipaquira
Explore the fascinating salt cathedral of Zipaquira on this half day private tour. Accompanied by your guide, head underground following a series of tunnels to explore the impressive construction of this unique cathedral, still used today to worship.
Location & directions
Bogota, Bogota & surrounds, Colombia
Casa Medina is set in the heart of the new financial, commercial and gourmet restaurant district of northern Bogota