About the place:Boutique
A modern hotel, Casablanca offers elegant rooms with beautiful antique furniture and granite bathrooms, showcasing a wonderful mix of old and new set in a huge colonial house. Boasting not one but two outdoor pools and a rooftop bar with superb views of the city, guests can also escape the heat in the shady courtyard. The hotel terrace features a BBQ grill, and Spa treatments and a laundry service are available on site.
Casa La Fe is a lovely four-star hotel run by a British-Colombian pair. This boutique hotel has a relaxed and friendly vibe an boasts an exotic, plant-filled interior courtyard and a spacious rooftop with its very own Jacuzzi. Stay at one of the slightly higher-priced rooms and you’ll be treated to a balcony overlooking Plaza Fernandez de Madrid. The hotel offers free bike hire for those brave enough to endure the city’s heat.
About the place:Historic
This is not a luxurious hotel but doesn’t claim to be, and when it comes to a good location, Centro Hotel has just about the best in town. A simple and clean hotel, Centro Hotel is perfectly located just a few steps from Plaza de Bolívar, one of the main squares within the walled city. The well-maintained rooms feature beautiful tiled floors, and each room forms part of a circle around an old courtyard which serves as the center of the house. Prices for the rooms include a continental style buffet breakfast which includes some traditional Colombian dishes.
About the place:Budget
This hotel is great value for money, as guests will pay one-star prices for what really counts as a four-star personalized service. The hotel has beautiful air-conditioned communal areas. The rooms themselves are small but some have balconies which look out to the courtyard. There’s a small kitchen guests can use, offering an endless supply of great coffee. This is a great option if you’ve visiting Cartagena on a budget.