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30 Sep-1 Oct
Love everything! Service and all the areas was excellent!! Just the pool towels attendant seems to look more interested on his phone hiding inside the small room by the towels section. He seems to looks bothered when we get towels by ourselves but he didn’t offered any type of assistance either ...
12 Oct-13 Oct
Stayed here just one night on our way back to US from Cartagena, wish we could have stayed longer. Impeccable service. It’s an excellent hotel and within walking distance from a Mall. Great dining options.
11 Oct-12 Oct
I loved this hotel. It was conveniently located right in the El Tesoro Parque Comercial. Close to many sights. Great view from my room. Rooftop pool fabulous. Room service excellent and not too expensive. The morning breakfast was good and very convenient. However, I was told that because I booked ...
22 Sep-23 Sep
This hotel was constructed in 1971, so it has a five-decade history. The lobby and other public areas are regal -- spectacular. For many decades, this was the first choice of local elites for their activities. Sure, some of the furniture is a bit out of date. One can always complain about such issues. ...
23 Sep-24 Sep
It's a little far from town but has its own shuttle a few times a day (wish they had a couple more). Transport to/from airport is not included though, but it is also not expensive. Estelar Manzanillo, is one of few all inclusive resorts in Cartagena with direct access to its own beach (for others ...
27 Sep-28 Sep
Very Good value Excellent customer service, sparkling clean BEAWARE of visitors to guest's policy; They won't tell you but will charge you 50 to 100% of your original rate extra for each person who enter your room, even if they dont stay overnight. NOT FAIR
Book a hotel in Colombia, a land of spectacular extremes. From the lofty heights of the Andes to the sun-kissed delights of its unspoilt Caribbean coastline, you can both touch the sky and swim the seas. In between there are countless mysterious archaeological ruins, beautiful colonial towns and districts scattered around the lush forests of the Amazon. Columbia is home to South American splendour in all its guises.
Andino — There are plenty of places to stay in Colombia’s two largest cities, Bogota and Medellín, which are situated within Andino, along with a selection of gorgeous national parks. Bogota is the country’s capital city, and sprawls across the Andes some two miles above sea level. Festooned with fabulous museums and extraordinary cuisine, the city is an absolute delight. Medellin’s laid-back ambience and pleasant climate meanwhile provides a more restful city alternative.
San Agustin — This fascinating ancient city is littered with intriguing statuary and monuments from a time long since passed. Once the meeting point for two indigenous cultures separated by towering mountain peaks, San Agustin was where these peoples met to trade, worship, and bury their dead. One of South America’s most significant archaeological sites, San Agustin is the perfect place to book a hotel if you are at all intrigued by the region’s ancient heritage.
Tatacoa Desert — Located midway between Bogota and San Agustin, this dramatic landscape of steep escarpments, canyons and gullies is a stargazer’s paradise. With its clear skies and optimal location close to the equator, the skies of both the northern and southern hemispheres are laid bare unlike anywhere else in the world.
Tierradentro— Second only to San Agustin, this site is another archaeological wonder. But whereas San Agustin is known for its imposing statues, Tierradentro is more of a sprawling, ancient mausoleum. Boasting a fascinating complex of underground tombs and funerary temples all set within enchanting mountain scenery, Tierradentro is a quietly contemplative place to visit.
The variety of landscapes to explore is simply staggering. As well as the Amazonian rainforest that can be explored at Amacayacu National Park, there are the Caribbean islands of San Andres and Providencia. Providencia even boasts a UNESCO World Heritage Listed coral reef. More intriguingly, Isla Gorgona is a former prison island that is now a nature reserve rich with wildlife including monkeys, snakes, whales and sea turtles. In addition there are volcanoes, mountain ranges, cities that fuse modern and colonial influences, mysterious ancient ruins and much more, you’ll never run out of things to see in Colombia.
With its rugged Andean landscapes, the options for action activities are almost endless. San Gil is widely considered to be Colombia’s adventure capital, but you can dive, climb, raft, or trek pretty much anywhere. If however you’re more drawn to sub-aquatic adventure, then Providencia's world-class reef is a location of unadulterated bliss.