Hotels in Colombia
This small, chic, and stylish hotel let's guests sleep under frescoed ceilings, then wake to take their breakfast in the lush, columned courtyard. Opened in 2007, the stately upstairs rooms are furnished with 19th-century antiques that smell like beeswax.
Colombian designer Silvia Tcherassi converted a Spanish-colonial mansion in the Old City of this walled colonial hot spot into a cool, white-on-white urban escape.
Stay in this small, stylish, and private hotel complete with frescoed-ceilings. The rooms are filled with dark antiques and soft white bedding.
The privacy at this a complex of 19 brightly painted bungalows fronting a secluded stretch of Colombia’s Caribbean Riviera has made it popular among Latin American celebrities such as pop star Shakira and model Natalia París.
This 121-room luxury hotel, the Old City's first, is carved from the shell of a 17th-century convent in the quiet San Diego neighborhood.
In Cartagena’s cobblestoned Old Town, El Marqués Hotel still feels like an old colonial home.
Top among the city’s many new downtown properties is the 24-suite Anandá Hotel Boutique, a quiet retreat in a restored Spanish-colonial building with carved-wood balconies and three breezy roof terraces.
The 43-room property occupies a pair of elegantly restored Republican-era town houses.
Book one of the five rooms at the hotel or its custom-made bamboo and teak South Asian furniture and impressive collection of art (including two pieces by Keith Haring).
Travelers in the know are once again flocking to Cartagena for its architecture, beaches, and white-hot nightlife.
This 102-room property is well situated near the city’s art galleries.