For those who are willing to experience Cartagena as a beach destination as well as a historical place, the hotel is just a 5-10min, $2 (yes, two US dollars) cab ride away from the Walled City. This way you can spend as much or as little as you want either enjoying the sun/walks on the beach, right out of the hotel or wandering the Walled City. The beach sand at Boca Grande is not the best but it's nice enough for a lazy day in the sun or walks.
It's much easier than the other way around (staying inside the Walled City and taking a cab to the beach).
Traveller from US
Located in Bocagrande, this beachfront hotel is connected to a shopping center and within a 10-minute walk of Rio Cartagena …More
The Hotel was an excellent stay. The rooms where clean and the staff was very friendly. For guest who only speak English they might struggle a bit, but with some basic Spanish they will be able to get around just fine. The only thing that I think this hotel could improve on is their Massage & Relaxation Service.
Traveller from Tampa
Surrounded by palm trees and gardens, Hotel Caribe by Faranda stands along a Caribbean beach. Plaza de Bolivar is 2.9 km (1.8 …More
We have patronized this hotel for years, each time we pass by Bogotá. It in not a flashy but a traditional hotel with old charm. The rooms are spacious and always clean and the staff is attentive and professional. Breakfast is included in the room rate and there is a nice, large swimming pool on the 8th floor.
Traveller from United States of America
The luxurious Casa Dann Carlton Hotel & Spa is located in Bogotá's major financial district, with the World Trade Center a …More
Hotel is in a nice section of town, but traffic gets particularly bad around this area during rush-hour times. This makes it hard to gauge how much time is needed to get places if you are traveling locally during these times.
Helpful staff, nice common areas, and nice rooms overall. I had major problems however with the housekeeping staff throwing away things every day that I did not want to be discarded. For example, a blister pack of medication that only had a few pills missing, a little plastic baggie with all of my tie sticks in it, etc. I lost something each of the first few days, since I thought it was just a fluke, but I eventually started keeping everything put away in my suitcase or in a drawer every time I left the room without the Do Not Disturb sign up.
Located in El Poblado, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.2 km) from La Strada Mall and 3.1 mi (5 km) from Park of Lights. Linear Park …More
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