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Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá opens to guests in Colombia

Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá opens to guests in Colombia

The land of emeralds has a new gem in the luxuriously intimate Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá, where every design detail is handcrafted, and every guest experience is completely personalised.

The second Four Seasons in the city spills onto the vibrant street scene, while providing a warm haven of customised service and sophisticated style for its guests.

“Bogota is having its moment on the global stage, and Four Seasons is thrilled to be part of it as we welcome both world travellers and local guests,” said Luis Argote, who grew up in the city and is now general manager of both Four Seasons Hotel Bogota and Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogotá. 

“If you thought you knew Bogota, you’re in for a surprise, and if you’ve never been here before, I promise you’ll be back.”

In addition the boasting a pleasant climate year round, the Bogota’s emerging culinary scene, thriving arts community and fascinating traditional culture, myriad historic sites and gorgeous surrounding countryside provide endless opportunities for exploration.


The introductory Stay Longer – Third Night Free offer at Four Seasons is the perfect excuse to try out the hotel’s suggested three-day itinerary, and private tours to Monserrate Mountain, Paloquemao Market, the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá and more.

For travellers planning to go to Cartagena or Medellin, Colombia’s rich coffee region or the Amazon Basin, Bogota is the ideal starting point from which to get acclimatised.

An oasis of quiet glamour created by Rottet Studio awaits guests who stay in one of 64 rooms and suites, with custom-made beds framed by dark leather headboards and panelling, and pale floors of locally-sourced hardwood.

Throughout the Hotel, nearly all materials are Colombian, with furnishings, finishes and artwork all handcrafted by the country’s artisans and artists. 

Featured artworks include pieces by Pablo Tomayo, Alicia Garavito and José Antonio Suárez Londoño, and a custom-designed, hand-beaded installation made in traditional style and spanning 40-plus-feet (almost 15 metres) is the backdrop for dining at Biblioteca restaurant.