We have cherry-picked an assortment of places to stay, ranging from luxury hotels to quirky hostels. But, by no means feel you have to stay in any of the places we suggest;
there are lots of other convenient options to choose from.
Hotels do, however, book up fast so we would advise you to book
as soon as possible. We recommend you stay in Cartagena's old city,
where the different events will take place. It is a gem of colonial architecture,
full of churches, monasteries, plazas & old mansions with overhanging
balconies & shady patios. There are lots of other places
to choose from including Air B&B.
NOTE: click on hotel name to view websites
A converted 17th-century convent located inside the walls of the old quarter. The hotel is on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites and was used by Gabriel Garcia Marquez as the setting for his novel “Of Love and Other Demons”. The Sofitel Cartagena Santa Clara provides a perfect combination of age-old tradition, local hospitality and French luxury.
US$326 / room (2 people) / night inc. tax
A luxurious small hotel lovingly restored and reimagined for a new generation of travellers, the exquisite Casa San Agustín echoes Cartagena’s fresh contemporary style and colourful Caribbean sensibility. Refined yet relaxed, its trio of colonial era white-washed buildings exudes the warmth of a magnificently appointed private residence.
US$324 / room (2 people) / night inc. tax
Casablanca B&B is located within the old quarter of beautiful Cartagena de Indias on “Calle del Tejadillo”. The house was recently restored and includes a roof terrace with views of the city.
US$180 / room (2 people) / night inc. tax
Located in an old colonial house dating from the seventeenth century, and was part of a set of four houses with facades and front of equal height that were owned by the Count of Pestagua. This hotel is right next door to Casa Pestagua, where the wedding and reception will be held.
US$191 / room (2 people) / night inc. tax
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