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Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá set to open on 1 April 2016

Sleek and contemporary, the new Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá ushers in a new era in luxury hospitality and modern dining style in one of the world’s most exciting destinations. 
Set to open in April 2016, the completely remodelled building formerly known as the Hotel Charleston 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 of quiet glamour as envisioned by designer Lauren Rotett. Custom-made beds are framed by dark leather headboards and wooden panelling, while pale hardwood floors lend warmth and sensuality. 

Introducing an Exciting New Dining Concept, and the Highly Anticipated Return of a Local Favourite Four Seasons introduces Kuru, a new concept in dining inspired by the Japanese robata grill that features prominently at its centre. With a striking two-storey glass façade on busy Carrera 13 – already a destination for the city’s gourmands – Kuru will be an exciting addition to Bogota’s emerging culinary scene.

“We wanted to create a light-filled space that could offer multiple options for guests to dine, drink and enjoy time with friends and colleagues,” says Argote.

In between the two restaurants, in the Hotel’s lobby area, guests will find a welcoming open gathering place to stop in for a coffee with colleagues or enjoy a drink before dinner, or simply relax in comfortable velvet couches watching the world pass by.

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