Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá is Now Open

Cartagena, Colombia
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Four Seasons Hotel Bogota

Soaring in popularity as a travel destination, Colombia continues to show off its cool quotient with exciting new hotel openings. The latest is the Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá—joining the Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogotá as the second luxury hotel in the Colombian capital for the high-end hospitality brand. Newly opened in the city’s Zona T, the hotel has 64 rooms and suites decorated with custom-made beds, plus furnishings and artwork crafted by Colombian artisans.

A hotel highlight is the chic Japanese restaurant, Kūru, equipped with a charcoal Robata grill and a sushi counter. Chef Diego Soriano previously worked at the renowned Morimoto in Mexico City. There’s also a 24-hour fitness center and a luxury spa with five treatments rooms, relaxation lounges and steam rooms, where the spa menu highlights treatments with products by Biologique Recherche and the Colombian brand Loto del Sur. The signature treatment is the Emerald Body Wrap utilizing nutrient-rich mud from Colombia’s emerald-producing regions.

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