Cra. 7 #69a-22, Localidad de Chapinero, Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia
night, two person
Located in the centre of Zona G, popularly referred to as the “gourmet zone” of Bogotá, the Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina is a highly regarded establishment. More than a dozen restaurants and bars of anywhere between medium and high quality may be found within a radius of one km. These establishments are located in a secure neighbourhood that is simple to navigate on foot. The building’s primary entrance is located on the Septima (Carrera 7), which is considered to be one of the busiest streets in the urban centre of the capital.
Taking a taxi from the hotel will take approximately twenty minutes to reach La Candelaria, which is the ancient old town. The breathtaking city view from Monserrate, which is perched on a mountain and can be reached by cable car, can be reached by driving south for an additional ten minutes. Continuing to travel the same distance north from the hotel, you will eventually arrive in Zona T, which is the centre of the city’s nightlife. By using taxi applications or organised cabs from your hotel, you can get around the city in the safest possible manner.
At Casa Medina, there are seven different levels of accommodations, beginning with the most basic, which is a Superior room, and progressing all the way up to a suite with one bedroom. A television, a Nespresso machine, and a docking station are included in each of the available spaces. In total, Premier King rooms consist of three distinct areas: a bathroom, a cloakroom/entrance, a lounge and a bedroom. Some of them even have a fireplace made of natural wood, which is perfect for a peaceful evening spent inside.
When making a reservation, it is important to keep in mind that not all rooms in the same category are the same size or come with all of the same amenities (for instance, fireplaces are uncommon), so it is important to make sure that you take this into consideration.
Food and drinks
There is a glass canopy over the colonial courtyard that the Castanyoles restaurant is located in, which creates the impression of sitting outside. Tapas from Spain are included on the Mediterranean menu, along with lighter dishes from Greece and pastas that are prepared by the Italian chef preparing the dishes. When considering the overall value and quality of the food and beverages, the Sunday brunch is the best option. Quality cheeses, freshly made sushi, pastas, pizzas, and Colombian specialties are just some of the items that are available for purchase. The entire fee (COP 90,000/£23) includes unlimited mimosas and G&Ts. No more drinks are required.
A continental buffet, which includes freshly baked breads, a selection of fruit and cereals, and a cooked breakfast from the menu are the two options that are available for breakfast as part of the regular breakfast.