Best boutique hotels in Colombia

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Finally taking the plunge this year and heading to Colombia? Being one of South America’s hottest countries over the past few years, people are discovering a nation that is far more modern and safe that they had ever conceived in their mind. Want to know about the best boutique hotels in Colombia to plan your impending visit? This article will get you off and running with your plans.

1) Charleston Cartagena Hotel Santa Teresa (Cartagena)

Situated smack in the middle of Cartagena’s walled Old Town, the Charleston Cartagena Hotel Santa Teresa is the perfect base to explore the stunning architecture and attractions that this sultry Caribbean port has to offer.

When you are finished exploring the endless streets filled with Spanish colonial architecture, cool off from the ever present heat by chilling out in the rooftop pool, which also serves as the perfect place to see the modern side of this dynamic metropolis.

2) Casa de Isabella – a Kali Hotel (Santa Marta)

If you’d like to hit the beach in Colombia, Santa Marta on the Caribbean Coast is your best option, and when it comes to a stylish spot to base yourself during this time, there is no better location than Casa de Isabella – a Kali Hotel.

This beautiful hotel will get you going with a breakfast filled with fresh fruit in the morning, and welcome you back later in the day with a bar that will cap off your day in the sun with the finest rums and beers that Colombia has to offer.

3) The Book Hotel (Bogota)

Looking for a studious place to lay your bags while you explore Colombia’s haughty capital of Bogota? The Book Hotel is the atmospheric place that you’ve been searching for, as the shelves of the common areas here are filled with countless texts that will make the introvert inside you leap for joy.

Situated in a neighborhoods filled with bakeries and coffee shops, this place will be your centre of solace after a long day spent crawling museums and the old streets of La Candelaria.

4) In House (Medellin)

If you are including the modern, springlike city of Medellin in your Colombian itinerary, we strongly recommend considering making In House your accommodation for the duration of your stay. This gem blends sleek design in the rooms and common areas with a breakfast that includes arepas, a local treat that stuffs a cornbread pastry with ooey, gooey cheese.

Situated close to the metro, you will be able to get anywhere you need to go quickly and without much of an issue during your stay in Medellin.

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