Step through the doors and be enveloped in welcoming residential comfort, with Spanish colonial accents such as beamed ceilings set off by an eclectic blend of the artisanal and the contemporary. The Hotel's flagship restaurant and bar adds an elegant new destination to the exciting Bogota restaurant scene in the Zona G, featuring the best of Spanish cuisine and cutting-edge mixology.
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 travelers with taste.
The Casa Medina was originally built as a private residence in 1946 and has re-opened as the first Four Seasons hotel in Colombia. The hotel has a warm residential feel, with only 62 rooms it features Spanish colonial accents enhanced with artisanal and contemporary touches. Facilities and amenities include WiFi, Castanyoles Restaurant, Four Seasons bar, room service, fitness center, concierge services, business center.
Each Superior guest room is outfitted with charming wood and leather furnishings that reflect the eclectic history of Casa Medina. From the hand-carved wooden dresser and refrigerated private bar to the cozy leather armchair, every stylish detail is well thought out.
It’s all in the details here: hand-carved woodworking, leather furnishings, a chic marble bathroom and sophisticated décor create a rich and intimate ambience that perfectly complements the upscale city below.
This room offers a generous space to call your own as you explore the vibrant city of Bogota—South America’s “Capital of Cool.” The inviting hardwood floors, hand-carved furnishings and leather accents found throughout each room highlight the architectural history of Casa Medina.
Grand Premier Room
Spread out in style by choosing a spacious Premier guest room for your stay in the Colombian capital. The oversized living area features a tufted leather sofa and large trunk-style coffee table, and about half of the rooms also have a wood-burning fireplace, adding an even more intimate feel.
For those looking for a VIP Colombian hospitality experience, Casa Medina’s Penthouse Suite is simply unparalleled.
Featuring a master bedroom, two marble bathrooms, a large walk-in closet, a full-size kitchen, and a cozy living and dining area with a wood-burning fireplace, this expansive fifth-floor suite has everything you need for sleeping, eating, working and winding down.
Experience for yourself why this magnificent Penthouse Suite is the pick of heads of state, royalty and rock stars when visiting the city.
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.