Best Libraries Open On Holidays In Cartagena Near Me

Bartolome Calvo Ábaco Libros y Café Palace of the Inquisition Cartagena Historical Museum InterContinental Cartagena de Indias, an IHG Hotel Selina Cartagena

1. Bartolome Calvo - Centro

· 22 reviews

Cra. 3 #33-60, Cartagena, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Bartolome Calvo: what do users think?
David Arturo Hernández Paez: A spectacular library. They have a wide variety of books and if some are missing they can be requested from any other library in the network of banks in the Republic or ask for their purchase. I recently ordered a book from Manizales!It also has an excellent environment, good weather and a very nice design with a WiFi zone, plugs and a bathroom but only for urinating. I would suggest staying open later, for me that would be great.
yzmar de jesus Paz: Excellent place if you want to take your children or if you are a lover of reading, there are games and books
Maria Elvira Pájaro: Large, spacious, elegant place, full of books of all genres and categories. Ideal for studying and reading.
Keila Sierra garrido: I loved it, the library has a variety of books, I liked the children's area, it was very nice. I would recommend that they include more books for young people, the ones they have are very good. Your reading environment is perfect
Diana Carolina Murillo Martín: Good place to work: wi-fi, power outlets, quiet. It's just that many times they have the women's bathroom closed
Felix Alfonso Acosta castro: Excellent very beautiful pleasant environment.
Eve Bohnett: Does not open according to schedule. Schedule says 8:30am open during the week, and this morning was not open at 8:45 or 9:00 or 9:05. Not sure when it open.
Samuel Hurtado (Samuleumas12): A nice environment to study, or read, and quite a few books, only sometimes there are books that do not correspond to the shelf where they should be. Nothing more, the opinions about the staff making a lot of noise are true, but it is acceptable. And for those who have the doubt, it is public
Jeimy Jaramillo Díaz: A wonderful place... One of the few oasis in Cartagena!!!
Leonora Walker: Beautiful, and the afternoons of poetry and music, very interesting
andrés felipe Borja perez: It's super nice, it's a good environment to enjoy a good book
Daniel Perez: A very nice library, very well maintained and little crowded
Sirlen Gomez: Excellent
Yenny Carcamo Abogados Cartagena.: A lot of noise from the staff who work in the facilities, on two occasions I tried to concentrate on reading. I got up and went to them asking what time it was quiet, the answer was that there was a suggestion box.
Daniel Esteban Diaz Molina: Hermoso, templo de la lectura
Brian Culler: Fantastic library. Really good for kids. They have a large kid section with books and toys, kid-sized bathrooms, and cold AC. Beautiful inside too, lots of natural light and pretty architecture. Really nice and helpful librarians too!
Travel City Tours: Super comfortable and cosy. A great contribution to knowledge and culture in the city.
jesus vergara: A comfortable space to do work and consult a specialized academic database. If you book in advance, they offer you accompaniment and methodological advice on the work you are going to do
julioe botero: Bella, it is perhaps the most beautiful reading temple in the region. Not only reading, the mere fact of visiting it and contemplating its architecture, its stained glass windows of the muses, the staircase, everything is fantasy that has just been completed with the almost infinite readings it offers
Angela C. Torres: What a beautiful place... It has a very beautiful space for children, I thought that in this time that everything is technology had already disappeared... But this place instead of disappearing, is more organized so that they can have an incredible experience with the children or alone ; going to the world of literature.
Daniela Arellano: It's open? In full 2021

2. Ábaco Libros y Café - Centro

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· 1267 reviews

Cl. 36 ###3-86, Cartagena de Indias, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Ábaco Libros y Café: what do users think?
Cesar Gomez: Excellent 👌
Jeremy: Great place to cool down and relax. Very quiet atmosphere.
Luis Carlos Giovannetti Villegas: What a pleasant and different corner of wisdom in Cartagena, in the heart of the walled city. To taste a good coffee, with good company, calm conversations, share experiences or read the passage of a book that you can get right there... different, rustic and beautiful!
Lizbeth Marruffo: Very attentive service, you can have a few drinks while you read. Cozy place with excellent service
Carolina Guzmán: Excellent place
Luz Helena Sánchez: A very nice and well cared for place.
Paula Andrea Rodríguez Carreño: A nice place to have a good time chatting!The air conditioning is very cold
Juan Antonio Lopez Encina: Very good literary space in the middle of a heritage city. Excellent titles with the possibility of having a coffee and reading. recommendable
Braulio Monsalve: The ideal place, a good book and a good coffee.
Cristina Vallejos: Very nice
Alejandro Badilla F: small but nice
Felipe Orihuela: Excellent coffee shop, the ambiance and variety was unique. The selection of books was incredible.
Nestor Rimoli: fantastic place!!! You have to visit it!!!
Brittany Mitro: We stopped here based on an online review of Cartagena we saw and it was a perfect place for an afternoon rest. The coffee was great and the selection of books made for a fun browsing. They had tons of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, so if you are looking for that while you are in Cartagena (in English or Spanish), this is the place to go. If you are looking for some local literature from Colombia, or Spanish translations of some of your favorites, stop in here for a drink and a browse!
juan sebastian arteaga paz: Everything is amazing. Costume service it's so wonderful and you can find everything, all the time, clean, ordered and comfortable 😌😌😌
Angelina R: Great coffee,plus AC
Jefferson Ortiz: An excellent place where you will find the combination of literature, coffee and a magical view!
Santiago Jaramillo: Perfect atmosphere to relax in Cartagena
Jose Antonio: el varista super buena onda Luis Daniel.(Translated by Google

3. Palace of the Inquisition Cartagena Historical Museum - Centro

· 2650 reviews

46, Plaza de Bolivar Carrera 3 33, Bolívar, Colombia

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Palace of the Inquisition Cartagena Historical Museum: what do users think?
Janin Mei: The museum is very beautiful and informative. I went with a friend who doesn't speak Spanish and for her it was very boring because almost nothing is translated into English.Also, it doesn't take long to explore it- if you speak Spanish I recommend it.
Juan Diego Molina Montoya: The place preserves the nostalgia that only the passage of time can give to a place with so many years reflected on its walls.
Fáber Alexánder Gallego Obando: Nothing to do with the space that was one day. There is no guide service, closed rooms. It doesn't justify paying for what little it offers.
Chris Korpuze: Good little museum with the history of cartagena. Just a few translate in English. Cool to spent a hour their.Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure …More
Iveth Gómez: Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sureMore
Hugo Amigo: Know part of history! Religion is the man looking for God. Christianity is the story of a Deus of love that seeks to repay the home. The inquisition is an inferno raised by men who say they act in the name of God. Conheça a Cristo somente, ele é a Porta e o Caminho aos ceus.COMPLAINTIt was usually done anonymously,orally or in writing.It was the process in which the validity of thecomplaint, investigating to see if there were meritsenough to prosecute the defendant.QUALIFICATIONMoment in which the defendant was informed that he waswould initiate a process against him, This occurred in twoforms: Inquisitio Specialeis and the Inquisitio Generalis;in the first, individually the parish priest of thetown of the defendant took the summons to hishome, for the suspect to turn himself in forimprisoned. The second, in the absence of adetermined suspect, consisted of promulgating thecall in a space where there could beheretics, to give themselves up.CITATIONHe wanted the defendant to acknowledge that he wascommitting a crime against faith. The procedurewas in secret and was carried out in the presence of tworeligious, the notary and the inquisitorial judgeINTERROGATIONIf the prisoner did not confess during the interrogation, the procedure wasto the application of torture, under the premise that thetruth extorted through torture is validTORMENTJUDGMENTIt occurred if the prisoner resisted despite the torment and thecourt came to establish guilt.
Mari C: Museu impactante e recomendo pra todos que queiram saber mais sobre os absurdos da inquisição! Eu fui com expectativas baixas, mas valeu MUITO a visita.
Stephanie P. G.: I went on a Sunday in June/2023, the adult ticket is $23,000, there are three floors and it does not have an elevator, so it is an issue to take into account if your health does not allow you to climb stairs. The building has been restored and is beautiful, on the first floor are the exhibitions on the inquisition and human rights, a cool audiovisual recreating what it was like to blame and "prosecute" someone. On the second and third floors, it is related to the history of Cartagena. I like that the people from the museum are betting on showing Cartagena's Afro heritage as well. Recommended, if you have the chance to go, I recommend it.Of course, it would be nice if they could have guides to better complement the tour and tell some tourists that they should not step on or lie down... It would also be cool to have something more interactive with screens showing audiovisuals with oral history, with other people to give their perspectives and reconstruction of certain facts that are usually left out by the political / historical interests of the people.
W: A gloomy place, but with many stories.Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait …More
Jairo Florez: pero aprendes cosas nuevas(Translated by Google
Carlos Sotelo: Interesting facts about the inquisition are known
Dr. Abby: I love museums. This one was unfortunately the worst maintained one I've visited. I worry about how long some of their artifacts will last. Some exhibits are described in Spanish and English, but most in Spanish only. Overall, I learned a lot about how slavery, the Inquisition, and the fight for independence impacted the area.Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Jorge Arturo Soto Villamizar: Excellent.Visited on Weekend …More
carlos alamos: Few original samples. I expected more for such a historic city. Missing to see archive documents or exhibits of old pieces. Only 2 themes. inquisition and slavery
Gian Carlo de Melo: Não vale o ingresso. O museu está cheio de plotagem e poucas obras de verdade. Muita maquete, além de só ter 1 sala climatizada descente. No mais, muito quente.A parte de inquisição é melhor consultar informações on-line.
Miguel Prieto: Very disappointed. First of all, you need to pay to come in and then there is not even a/c. Barely any items on exhibition, just some panels with stories that you can read on any website
Maibeth Mejia: The Palace of the Inquisition is a place that houses all the history that the first settlers of Cartagena lived through. The facilities are poorly cared for, they lack maintenance, the bathrooms are poorly cleaned. It was not a good experience.
Elias Razo: Several rooms were closed and the exhibitions were incomplete. It is an historical building so I think the government should invest more on restore it.
Rohit Gupta: Great serviceVisited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes …More
Arpana Sharma: Ok
Sophie Frank: No english translation, not really interesting

4. Casa San Agustín - Centro

· 204 reviews

la No. 36 44, Universidad de Cartagena, Cartagena de Indias, Bolívar, Colombia

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Casa San Agustín: what do users think?
Miguel Guerrero: The place is small, it is well placed, a bit noisy at night and with some shortcomingsVery accessible and excellent priceRooms: Son pequeñas pero completasNearby activities: Está muy bien ubicadoWalkability: Todo es cerca para ir caminando, comer, el café, restaurantes, compras
João Carlos Calil: Boa opção em restaurante em cartagena
Cristian Vargas: Place full of wonders ☺️☺️Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Camilo de Molina E.: Great hotel. Excellent service. They care about every single detail.If you go to the bar ask for the Fizz Del Este cocktail.
Beige Matthews: Everything about this hotel is absolutely lovely and gorgeous. The location is spectacular and the staff is the best I’ve experienced in a very long time. The grounds are perfect and having Alma as the in-house restaurant is an absolute treat. If you want the boutique feel, but with luxury - no questions asked, this is the place to stay.
Brittany Mitro: We had the most amazing stay at Casa San Agustin. We honestly could not recommend it enough. We were in Cartagena on our honeymoon and this was the perfect choice for us.The staff was wonderful from the moment we arrived. The doorman helped us on numerous occasions when we weren't sure where to go (e.g., when we needed to find an ATM, or find somewhere for lunch) and was always so friendly. The staff at breakfast were also amazing - it always started our day off well (plus the breakfast food was DELICIOUS). The spa staff were also lovely, and the Passion for Life spa treatment was such a good choice - relaxing and romantic!The hotel itself was BEAUTIFUL - the way they use the original architecture (and the old aqueduct!) and created luxury rooms and a beautiful pool area meant we felt like we got a full Cartagena experience. The little library room where they had tea and coffee everyday was a really nice touch as well.We also took the opportunity to spend a day at their private beach property Acasi, which was a great way to see the Rosario Islands and get some beach-time in a relaxed and private venue. We highly recommend doing this if you are looking to venture out that way!Lastly, the location of the hotel was perfect - right in the centre of the walled city, among a range of fantastic restaurants - it really was the perfect choice for us.
Alison Rooney: Just left the property after staying for a week. I booked with FHR. The hotel is beautiful. The design and focus on Colombian history was gorgeous. I loved walking through it to see all of the art and design elements.What worked:Nice room upgrade and I loved the space. Well designed with a Nespresso maker and water provided. Lots of space to relax and a two tvs. The housekeeping was excellent and the room was well cared for. Turn down service was very welcome.The security and front door was always visible and they welcome everyone on arrival. Each person I met was kind and genuinely engaged in their role at the hotel.Breakfast was plentiful and some choices came off better than others. Dinner at Alma was quite good and I would recommend it.What needs work:Prior to arrival, I sent no less than 10+ emails to book airport pick ups, tours and dinners. All the messages went unanswered. I called. No one picked up. I booked my own dinners.For the activities, I wasn’t successful at getting these booked. The staff promised to follow up. Never did.I did a walking tour one day.Other than that, I did my own thing.I spoke with Paola and with Gladys. For some reason, the feedback didn’t make Ny measurable difference.The spa service was good but the manager kept trying to upswell me.Would I stay again?Probably not. I loved Cartagena!
Alexander Tucci: Horrendous Administrative Service - Our inability to reach the hotel led to an unfortunate situation where the administration refused to refund our payment or provide any flexibility for a future visit. It is strongly recommended to stay away from this place under all circumstances.Rooms: 1/5|Service: 1/5|Location: 1/5 …More
Zara Whittier: Great placeRooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Christiam Enrique Fischer Vargas: Boutique hotel in the walled city of Cartagena with a colonial style and a lot of history, excellent service from its employees
Beba: Excellent attention from the bar, the guys are super friendly and attentive... we didn't stay, we just went for a few drinksFood & drinks: Excelente
Megan Boling: My boyfriend and I booked a couples massage and it was absolutely incredible! We've both had massages from various places and agreed that this was the best massage we've ever had. The facility was beautiful and immaculate. The staff was extremely friendly and accommodating. Ciaia, Yerenia, and Ludy were amazing and made the morning so special for us. We definitely plan on coming back and hope to be able to stay longer at this hidden gem!
Ganesha Thirumurthi: A truly wonderful hotel. The ambiance is lovely and very peaceful. The staff are incredible - so helpful and kind. Special thank you to Katherine, Andres and Edgar.If you are considering staying here we'd highly recommend it. It lives up to the great reviews.Deep tissue massage in the spa was also wonderful and the setting is very relaxing.I proposed at the hotel and the staff couldn't have been more helpful.Highly recommend Casa San Agustin!

5. InterContinental Cartagena de Indias, an IHG Hotel - Bocagrande

· 2389 reviews

Cra. 1 #5-01, Cartagena de Indias, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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InterContinental Cartagena de Indias, an IHG Hotel: what do users think?
Stephane Mongrain: Facing the sea, only the street to cross. The rooms are very good and quite large and well soundproofed. The pool is nice and big enough. Several chairs on the edge for sunbathing. The breakfast buffet is essentially the same each morning. Offers a good variety of pastries, fruit and more.Rooms: 4/5|Service: 4/5|Location: 4/5Hotel highlights Romantic, Quiet, Great value …More
DiegoRom: Excellent hotel!!Hotel highlights Great view, Quiet, Kid-friendly …More
carlos alvarez: Muy buen hotel, servicio y atención, precio moderado, salón grande y fresco, restaurante excelente buffet le falta omelette, hermosa vista , habitación grande y limpia, aire acondicionado, caja seguridad, agua caliente, con tv. Frigo bar, alberca grande .Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Erick Vanegas: El servicio, atención, comida y variables en el turismo excelentes.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Alejandro Lomelí García: Excelente personal, amables y serviciales. De ensueñoRooms: Es como mi hogar, cómodasFood & drinks: Excelente calidad de los alimentos
Juan Toledo: I want to highlight Daniela Gonzalez, she was very attentive, and the service she gave us was 100%
Oscar Koeke: Great brand. Hotel was great some years ago. Now need improvements.Rooms: 3/5|Service: 4/5|Location: 4/5 …More
JAIR HUMBERTO HERRERA SAVEDRA: SpectacularRooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
LESLY HERRERA: Beautiful placeSafety: Muy seguro
Natalia Florez: Very good hotel, well located, luxury, spacious, clean rooms and excellent serviceSafety: El personal del hotel esta pendiente de ti para cualquier cosa que necesites o guiarte, hay salon de belleza en el piso 15 y la vista de la piscina al mar es muy bonita, el servicio a la habitación es rápido solo 25 min de espera, en otros hoteles me ha tocado esperar incluso 90 min.Food & drinks: El restaurante Kanuu tiene muy buenos platos a la carta, me gustó el salmón a la naranja y los patacones
Janneth Becerra: great excellent hotel. Service. Spacious and comfortable room. Food for all tastes.

6. Selina Cartagena - Getsemaní

· 1051 reviews

Calle Larga (25) #8B-148, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Selina Cartagena: what do users think?
MUJICA REYES: El mejor hostal!!Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Shawn Mahoney: Very fun spot to stay.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Evan Huang: Rude front desk staff. Bathroom super dirty all the time, water smells weird so the entire room smells horrible 24/7. Many of the beds had extremely bloody sheets, pictures attached. The big pool in the other building was closed my whole stay. The other reviews about the absurdly loud music are correct, they play music so insanely loudly on the roof for some reason. If there was some kind of event going on I could understand, but the music is like this all of the time. It is so loud that it’s impossible to just chill by the pool or even talk to someone. No social vibe at all, filled with older people working which is kind of expected at a Selina. My room was filled with Israelis who would wake up at 9am and start yelling to eachother. Overall horrible experience, and definitely not up to the Selina quality standard.
Alex DeCapri: Avoid this Selina. I should have read the reviews before booking.I've worked at various hostels and traveled for years in hostels. I've stayed at two other Selinas that were ok. This Selina is the WORST hostel experience I've ever had in my life. Book somewhere else.---When we arrived at 6pm after a 14-hour travel day, their reservation system was down and they told us to just wait. They didn't do anything or offer anything in the meantime. We just wanted to shower, so I had them grab a few towels for us. I've worked in a couple of hostels during my travel days, and the least you can do is greet people and welcome them with some water or a dang towel when things aren't working. They were, however, super concerned about me paying, even though they couldn't get us to a room for over 1.5 hours. 😂We stayed in a Micro room with a shared bathroom. Luckily, we didn't have mold or bed bugs, like other reviews have shared... but the room was super humid and dank. No fans or circulation other than the AC, which would have been fine...But part of the city lost power and Selina's generator isn't powerful enough for the building. No lights or AC (or any way to circulate the air) from 2am-7am. I went down to reception four times during these hours to get updates and ask for a different room. There were other rooms where the elctricty was working. Ours wasn't. They refused to move us. We only were able to sleep from 7-11am, missing our included breakfast, so we had to go buy breakfast somewhere else.Half of the people at reception are always in a bad mood, stressed, and as if they can't be bothered. When I went to buy a water, the guy just shoved the card reader towards me without speaking. When the "tap" didn't work, he just shoved it closer to my face to show my it was refused. Didn't offer to try the chip. I feel like I had to guide everyone at reception to help them do their job better. Zero customer service skills, and it's not a language barrier.Upon check out, I told them we wanted a discount on the first night, as we didn't get anything we paid for. We couldn't sleep. We didn't get AC or power. We weren't allowed into our rooms until 7:30pm. Nothing went well. They refused and only offered a 10% discount after 15 minutes of conversation. Said their manager was in a meeting and they had to charge me.For $40 USD/night for a tiny, humid jail cell where the door brushes against the bed when you open it, this place is a total scam.Nobody ever responded to our WhatsApp messages either. It’s linked in the Selina app but nobody bothers to get back to you.-Bathrooms are moldy and not clean (no circulation or fans).-Toilet paper regularly ran out (shared bathroom) and nobody refilled, so I went to get some.-Music is obnoxiously loud in the lobby at early hours and all day at the pool. If you are a light sleeper, good luck.The only good thing is the food at the restaurant is actually pretty good and has some vegan options, just a bit pricy.
No: Good location and the roof top and entrance are very nice but the rooms are actual hell. Covered in mold and I woke up with bug bites. The rooms are so moldy it made my throat hurt.Rooms: 1/5|Service: 4/5|Location: 5/5 …More
David Pomar: Muy bonito una vista increíble, algunos precios accesibles otros un poco elevados especialmente las bebidasRooms: 4/5|Service: 4/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Catalina Lozano Torrado: La habitación pequeña es realmente pequeña.El espacio Justo de la cama y una mesa. Las puertas son muy delgadas y se escucha absolutamente todo de afuera.La habitación se siente encerrada y no tiene ventanas ni ningún tipo de ventilación.Las sabanas, fundas y toallas estaban percudidas y con pequeñas manchas.Las instalaciones podrían estar mejor cuidadas. Hay uno de los edificios que no es muy agradable. (edificio rojo)La atención en el restaurante no fue la mejor, no tiene muchas opciones de platos y los costos son un poco altos relación calidad/precio.
Damian Dormer: Great location near old town with rooftop pool for sunset drinks (but very expensive 30000+ for a g&t, slow). Polite & helpful security.Room (A118) was average at best. Shower alternated between too hot & too cold ever 10 seconds, didn't drain fast enough, and needed constant ventilation to avoid the whole room smelling ultra-dank. Bed on it's last legs. Loud drunk dorm neighbours downstairs between 3&4am despite quiet curfew.Reception staff are a mix of rude (young man with short hair) & fun (the others!).The included breakfast - small, dry powdery scrambled eggs.Place could be much better if they had reasonably priced drinks & good service, both rooftops people were usually scarce, probably because it's much easier to find a good experience elsewhere. After the welcome drink it's like yeah nah.Perhaps the other Selina locations are better?
Arturo Cerda: The bathroom was very dirty, the kitchen too, the floor was stained and with a paint that came off when walking, the air conditioning broke down and they couldn't fix it. I do not recommend it at all.
Blink: Very bad service, and the rooms are disgusting. First they give me one full of insects, I asked for the change, they didn't want to change it, after a long time of waiting they give me another one, drops of water were falling everywhere, in the end I ended up in the lobby again asking for a refund, supposedly the Manager was not there and they did not refund me anything. one of my worst experiences in that hotel. I paid $600 for 3 days, I had to go to another hotel.Rooms: las dos habitaciones estuvieron pesimo
COTE TOUR: Cheguei no hotel , todos os quartos com mofo, quartos mistos entre homens e mulheres, sem armario.Não tinha condição e nem segurança de ficar laAchei um outro hotel do lado e me hospedei , pois estava cansado.Detalhe é que eu ja tinha pago e agora eles falaram que não tem reembolso, mesmo eu tendo pago por 7 noites e não ter me hospedado nenhuma noite.Não fiquem la , pior pesadelo da vida de vocês
Corinne B: Very good hostel with clean facilities, beautiful pools (yes, there are 2), good food offer, fun bar and a very broad offer of tours and services like laundry. There's even a café at the back and yoga classes in the morning. Seems like they thought of everything. The showers have hot water and good pressure. Thank you for your hospitality.
A Quevedo: Great location, low budget all you need in one placeRooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Great value …More
Jordan George: Pros:The location. Walking distance from the clock tower. But also walking distance to a lot of the old town.The welcome drink was wonderful.There are two buildings. Building A, the building with reception, has two locations to get food from which were good and the staff were nice.The rooftop view is amazing.I appreciated the lockers in the room we got. The first room did not have them.We booked a Rosario island excursion through Selina’s activity booking system. It was a fun experience. And I believe it was cheaper as well compared to going through TripAdvisor.The coworking space was great. Wifi speeds as well as a developer. Zoom was occasionally unstable.Most of the reception staff was friendly.An aesthetically pleasing place when not paying attention to details.Cons:My partner and I had a private room with a shared bathroom. The cleaning staff cleaned the bathroom everyday but it was more like straightening up instead of actually decently cleaning. The toilet and sink for example kept the same amount of gunk on them. But when the shower drain started to clog they did help with getting it to drain properly.The coworking restroom could be cleaned a lot better. I tried to avoid touching the walls. More toilet paper could be provided as it frequently ran out. Sometimes the water wasn’t running in this restroom. The trash bin was not conducive to putting toilet paper there while using the toilet.When we first got there we were put in a room that was hard to breathe in. We felt like it had something to do with mold. We saw that the AC unit was dripping and covered in a black substance which we assumed was mold. We were thankfully moved to another room.It looked like a lot of mold was covered with paint and there was no proper ventilation to really prevent it in the bathrooms.One day we saw some staff inspecting a bed that looked like it had bed bug blood stains on them near our room so that caused some anxiety.

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