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Four Seasons opens Two Luxurious Hotels in Bogota, Columbia

Four Seasons opens Two Luxurious Hotels in Bogota, Columbia

HOTELS, RESORTS & SPAS, SOUTH AMERICA

You may have heard of the just opened Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota in Colombia, and now get ready for the newest addition to the city, and a complement to the first hotel: Four Seasons Hotel Bogotaboth are unlike any other Four Seasons hotels in the world.  This intimate new oasis in the exclusive Zona T district has only 64 rooms, guests are perfectly situated to experience the shopping and dining that the city has to offer.

 

Four Seasons Hotel Bogota Premier Room (Image: Four Seasons)
Four Seasons Hotel Bogota Premier Room (Image: Four Seasons)

 

This hotel, formerly known as the Hotel Charleston Bogota, is set to open in April 2016, and is currently accepting reservations. Escape into the luxuriously outfitted rooms, most of which are suites, complete with hardwood floors and leather paneled headboards to evoke serenity and airiness as an atmosphere. With a fitness center and five-treatment spa just floors from where you’ll be staying, and incredible dining opportunities at any time of the day, there’s almost no need to leave the hotel at all including a multilingual concierge team that can provide access to events around the city, and exclusive Four Seasons airport and transportation services.

 

Four Seasons Hotel Bogota One Bedroom Suite (Image: Four Seasons)
Four Seasons Hotel Bogota One Bedroom Suite (Image: Four Seasons)
Four Seasons Hotel Bogota One Bedroom Premier Suite (Image: Four Seasons)
Four Seasons Hotel Bogota One Bedroom Premier Suite (Image: Four Seasons)

 

Kuru is the new dining experience that the Four Seasons Hotel Bogota is bringing to the area, inspired by the Japanese Robota grill featured at its center. There is planned seating for 220 people total, including outdoor eating spaces to be enjoyed, and even a bar to stop at for an evening out with friends or business associates. Look forward to delicious skewered foods being prepared in the open kitchen, or pick up some beautifully arranged sushi at the sushi bar.

 

Four Seasons Hotel Bogota - Japanese Robata Grill (Image: Four Seasons)
Four Seasons Hotel Bogota – Japanese Robata Grill (Image: Four Seasons)

 

There is also a second eating area which also features outdoor seating, and offers a cafe for lighter foods and coffee for people in the lobby area to enjoy.

 

Four Seasons Hotel Bogota - Charleston Restaurant (Image: Four Seasons)
Four Seasons Hotel Bogota – Charleston Restaurant (Image: Four Seasons)

 

The hotel isn’t just the perfect vacation spot for couples and families. There will be 646 square feet of space for functions, including meeting rooms, a boardroom and lounge spaces for any and all of your business and social needs.

 

Cathedral of Bogota (Image: Four Seasons)
Cathedral of Bogota (Image: Four Seasons)

 

If you’re feeling a little lost and overwhelmed by the options presented by the hotel and the city around it, never fear! There are plenty of services provided to help you in any way that you need.

Don’t miss this opportunity to explore a city rich in culture, and newly blossoming with culinary and entertainment experiences!

 

Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá, Carrera 13 # 85–46, Bogota
Tel. +(57-1) 325 7900

About the author

Carmen Edelson is the Founder and Senior Editor of Carmen's Luxury Travel. Carmen has been traveling the world for over a decade. Our travels allows her the opportunity to pursuit her itch to travel to the best luxury destinations, and experience those first class tastes from around the world.

2 Comments

  1. Damir
    June 23, 2016 at 3:33 pm
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    I really love the way South America is really starting to bloom. I know that many locals kind of resent all the luxury hotels..but they are also bringing in big money and excellent work. Above all they bring in high hotel standards etc…I don’t see how the locals will not benefit from it. It does mean change.

    Bogota is such a beautiful destination on top of it. In fact i believe south america as a whole is the most underrated continent of them all. So versatile, so beautiful, and without the mass tourism so common to SE Asia or Europe.
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  2. Carmen Edelson
    June 23, 2016 at 4:02 pm
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    I agree South America is starting to bloom and many hotel brands are starting to recognize that. It’s still under populated compared to other places.

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