Milena Vargas, Lauren Rotette, Saul Sasson collaborate on Four Seasons Bogota

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced the scheduled opening of the Four Seasons Hotel Bogota, a boutique hotel in the heart of Zona T.  Four Seasons Hotel Bogota (formerly known as Hotel Charleston Bogota) will open in late 2015, and will be the sister property of Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota, also opening in late 2015.

The design team includes: Milena Vargas, architect; Lauren Rotette, designer; and Saul Sasson, restaurant designer.

The property will have 64 guestrooms, more than half of which are suites, including the 1,200-square-foot Penthouse Suite on the eighth floor.  All accommodations will have the new, fully-customizable Four Seasons Bed amid a décor that evokes space, with custom-tinted wooden floors, hand-knotted carpets and original artwork.

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For dining, the property will have a Japanese-style robata grill concept restaurant with seating for 220 planned, including covered outdoor spaces both behind the hotel and onto a street-side terrace, and a bar area. A second venue will have both outdoor and indoor seating that spills into the lobby area. 

The property will also have a five-room spa and a small fitness center.

For events, the property will have 646 square feet of function space, including two new meeting rooms on the ground floor, plus a new boardroom and additional lounge space on the second floor.

When the property opens, Luis Argote will serve as the GM.

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