Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá is now accepting reservations. The hotel, which opens April 1, ushers in a new era in luxury hospitality and modern dining style. It joins the just-opened Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogotá as the brand’s second location in the city.
“Our two Four Seasons hotels in Bogota complement each other, and both are unlike any other Four Seasons in the world,” says General Manager Luis Argote with the pride of a company veteran who has returned to the city where he grew up. “While each Four Seasons hotel is as unique as its place and its people, the common thread throughout is a passion for quality and signature Four Seasons service that makes every visit memorable.”
Intimate at just 64 rooms – almost half are suites – overnight guests will find a haven in a city known for its rich culture and nightlife. Custom-made beds are framed by dark leather headboards and wooden panelling, while pale hardwood floors lend warmth and sensuality. Bathrooms have been completely replaced, and every modern technological need has been anticipated.
In the all-new Spa, both Hotel and local guests will indulge in expert treatments featuring world-renowned products including the results-oriented Biologique Recherche from France. There’s also a large, state-of-the-art fitness center with Matrix training equipment.
Dining is particularly exciting at this property. Kuru is inspired by the Japanese robata grill that features prominently at its center and boasts a. striking two-story glass façade on busy Carrera 13 – already a destination for the city’s gourmands.
Those with fond remembrances of Biblioteca in the Hotel’s previous incarnation are also in for a few surprises. The popular power breakfast is coming back, with a new glass wall opening up to a live green wall, and an incredible 40-plus-foot beaded installation inspired by indigenous motifs providing a colorful backdrop to Chef Pablo’s menu.