Bogota: a historic hotel Four Seasons
Built in 1946, it has long been considered the most luxurious hotel in Bogota. Casa Medina is the work of artist and architect Santiago Medina Mejia, born in Medellin and raised in Paris in the early twentieth century. In 1984, Casa Medina becomes architectural heritage and in 1988 the building was restored and converted into a hotel. Came in the lap of the Four Seasons Hotel group in the summer of 2015, Casa Medina Bogota has become the place to be in Bogota. It has some wonders saved from the demolition of the convents of Saint Augustine and Saint Domingue, such as stone columns and wooden doors carved by hand. This stately building offers 62 rooms and suites, a Spanish restaurant and a tapas bar with a terrace. As for the spa we can enjoy personalized cares. A. F.-M.