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Colonial luxury

The Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina in Bogota reopened in October 2015 after a million-dollar restoration. A wooden spiral staircase leads to the rooms and suites of this architectural jewel including Spanish colonial details. The cuisine is managed by the Mexican chef Pablo Peñalosa, who specialises in tapas and other Spanish specialties.

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