Total Accommodations: 62
- Guest Rooms: 43
- Suites: 19
Architects and Interior Designers:
- Santiago Medina Mejia (original 1946 apartment building)
- Luisa Amelia Pinto, architect and Fernando Reyes Elicechea, designer (1980s hotel conversion)
- Milena Vargas, architect; Lauren Rottet, designer; and Saul Sasson, restaurant designer (2015 remodeling)
- Careful restoration of original 1946 building including salvaged architectural treasures from demolished colonial convents, stone columns, flooring, hand-carved wooden doors and intricate wrought iron details
- Originally built in 1946, as an exclusive enclave of beautifully appointed apartments; in 1984, Casa Medina was designated for its architectural heritage
- In 1988, the building was restored and transformed into the Hotel Casa Medina Bogota, which quickly established itself among the city’s power elite and international travellers of note; in 2016, after careful restoration and refurbishment, it was reborn as a Four Seasons hotel
- In the heart of the city's Zona G - for gastronomy, with easy access to business destinations, shopping and dining, nightlife and museums
- 40 minutes by car from the airport, 15 minutes from sister property Four Seasons Hotel Bogota
- Full-service spa retreat offering locally-inspired treatments as well as the latest international therapies
- Salon services also offered
- Fully-equipped gym open 24/7
- Cuisine: Mediterranean
- Indoor seating: 31
- Outdoor seating (covered): 61
- Terrace (covered): 24
- Private dining room seating: 24
Total Functon Space: 4,575 sq. ft. / 425 sq. m.
- Ballroom: 2,573 sq. ft. / 239 sq. m.
- Junior Ballroom: 1,109 sq. ft. / 103 sq. m.
- Additional Meeting Rooms: 2