Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has opened its hotel in Colombia, Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota, after completing a multi-million dollar restoration and refurbishment.
Renovated by architect Milena Vargas, the hotel offers 62 rooms and suites that feature bright stained glass windows depicting songbirds, the company stated.
Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota general manager Luis Argote said: "It’s an incredible day for Bogota as we welcome guests back to Casa Medina.
"Colombia is attracting a new generation of cultural explorers, and now Four Seasons sets a new standard in luxury hospitality with the first of two hotels in Bogota."
Established in 1988, the hotel offers enhanced facilities with residential style furnishings and a collection of traditional and contemporary artwork selected by designer Lauren Rottet.
The property provides event spaces, including the Casa Medina Room, which can accommodate up to 120 guests or 175 for a wedding reception or business function. It offers upgraded El Nogal and La Merced rooms as additional meeting options.
The hotel will also provide amenities such as a spa and fully equipped 24-hour gym.
Guests can enjoy historical destination in the region, including Museo del Oro (Gold Museum) and the Museo Botero.
Image: Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota features enhanced facilities with residential style furnishings and a collection of traditional and contemporary artwork. Photo: courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.