Cartagena

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11 reviews
Since opening in 2012, this superb addition to the city's hotel scene has already established itself as Cartagena's finest. — Lonely Planet
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9 reviews
Not many hotels in the world can claim to be literary muse to one of the world’s most celebrated writers, Gabriel Garcia Márquez, but then again, Sofitel Legend Santa Clara...isn’t just any hotel. — Forbes Travel Guide
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7 reviews
The Tcherassi Hotel & Spa is a dazzling boutique property created by fashion designer Silvia Tcherassi, one of the first Latin American designers to venture into the hotel world — Star Service
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6 reviews
The rooms at this former Convento de Santa Teresa rise up from two historic courtyards draped in bougainvillea. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
A British-Colombian pair run this boutique B&B decorated with (tasteful) religious art. Eat in the jungly interior courtyard or soak in the rooftop Jacuzzi. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Filled with light and featuring lots of exposed brickwork, the rooms are super-chic and service is excellent. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
This small boutique hotel satisfies the demands of a discerning clientele willing to pay for the privilege of sleeping within the historic walled city — Star Service
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4 reviews
This large-scale colonial hotel stands out from the brand names for its regional authenticity, which is part of the reason so many local guests stay here — Star Service
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2 reviews
A wonderful colonial mansion conversion, the San Pedro offers rooms full of antiques, a gorgeous roof terrace with a Jacuzzi as well as a small pool in the courtyard. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Far from the clamor of the tourist-heavy Old City, Conrad’s debut Colombia hotel resides in the up-and-coming Serena del Mar area. — Forbes Travel Guide
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3 reviews
Alfiz hotel is a distinctive three-pearl hotel in a 17th-century Spanish colonial house with superbly detailed interiors. — Oyster
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3 reviews
Located at the tip of El Laguito Peninsula and the area known as Boca Grande that juts into Cartagena Bay, the Hilton has a water view on three sides — Star Service
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3 reviews
Stay in this small, stylish, and private hotel complete with frescoed-ceilings. ... On the rooftop terrace...the pool has a view of the cathedral tower. — Travel + Leisure
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3 reviews
This small, chic, and stylish hotel let's guests sleep under frescoed ceilings, then wake to take their breakfast in the lush, columned courtyard. — Travel + Leisure
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3 reviews
Hotel Boutique Casa del Coliseo is a four-pearl property that feels more like a private residence than a hotel. — Oyster
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2 reviews
Media Luna is a lively party-hostel in the centre of bustling Cartagena, close to the romantic old town. — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
Rooms are small and clean and mattresses are a bit hard, and no hot water is available. ... The friendly hotel staff can arrange tours in and around Cartagena. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
In Cartagena’s cobblestoned Old Town, El Marqués Hotel still feels like an old colonial home. — Travel + Leisure
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2 reviews
The four-pearl Bastion Luxury Hotel is an excellent option for travelers seeking Old World charm and modern comforts. — Oyster
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2 reviews
Stylishly rustic six-bedroom boutique hotel in Cartagena’s historic center with a pool and rooftop hot tub. — Jetsetter
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