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1. Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas - Pie del Cerro

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Barrio Pie del Cerro, Avenida Antonio de Arévalo. Carrera 17., Cartagena de Indias, Bolívar, Colombia

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Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas: what do users think?
Santiago Galindo: Excellent place to learn a bit of history, I highly recommend hiring a guide from those who are outside, they are very friendly and it is good to support.
Sharon Estefany Baquero Hartmann: It is interesting and beautiful to go there. In my case we separated the tour in a chiva and it took us to several places including the Castillo de San Felipe. Everything was perfect 💯
Harold Espinosa Duque: just magicalVisited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
jamheadm: actuales aparte de los carnet.(Translated by Google
Alexandra K.: Foreigners pay 30k cop entrance. Be aware that when you walk through the dark tunnels under the castle, many Colombians get easily disoriented and start to act irrationally and loud. Some start dancing in the tunnels.
Carmen Cecilia Polonía Rivera: Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended NoMore
Valentina Hernández: Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sureMore
JORGE QUIÑONEZ: Visited on Public holiday Wait time 30–60 min Reservation recommended NoMore
Alejandra marquez: Visited on Weekday Wait time 1 hr+ Reservation recommended YesMore
Hamilton Saavedra Areiza: Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sureMore
Javier G. Santos: Mixed feelings. The place is living history. In what is now a souvenir shop, you can see the impacts of English muskets. You sit in watchtowers where Blas de Lezo himself designed the defense of Cartagena and, therefore, access to current Latin America from the English invaders. You can look at the sea from the fort defense quote supposed that today the entire south of that continent is Latin and not just another British colony. There, 2,300 Spaniards broke 24,000 English, assuming the end of the English hegemony of the seas... But... It is so full of stupid tourists, taking pictures in every corner, climbing historic canyons that they are forbidden to climb. .. In short, if you are a lover of history, it is a must. But you have to go at noon, when the horde of tourists is crammed. Otherwise, you feel too sorry for what those brave men gave their lives to defend.
Alvaro Salazar: Great place, great history in it. Nice place to visit.Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure …More
Roberto Hernandez: Great tour ! It is a lot of walking and hot … be preparedVisited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes …More
sergio sayas: Bonito
Estefany Parra Cardona: Bello lugar, lindas vistas e interesante historia!
Chris Korpuze: Extremely sunny! A super cool place with history. My daughter loved exploring the tunnels, they have a gift shop up top. I must do in cartagenaVisited on Weekday Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended No …More
paola espinosa: We did not go in because at that time there was a lot of sun.
Christy De La Fuente: It is a very beautiful historical site, emblematic of the city, well preserved, with surveillance.
Miriam Pulido Vidal: Visited on Weekend Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended NoMore
Luz Angelica Ramirez: Beautiful. Especially the story that hasVisited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More

2. Palace of the Inquisition Cartagena Historical Museum - Centro

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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
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

3. Santuario de San Pedro Claver - Centro

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· 1908 reviews

Plaza de San Pedro Claver, Cra. 4 ##30-01, Cartagena de Indias, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Juhel Yvon: Étape incontournable à Cartagena.. lieux de mémoire...ne pas omettre la visite du monastère contiguë..et prenez le guide français, un monument !!!
Aleida Salazar Montes: Beautiful place of prayer and reflection. Its designs and architecture make this place unique.
Oriana Gabaldon: A very beautiful church that, despite time, is still very beautiful, the attention of the archdiocese is good.
Vu Nguyen: A muted cathedral with beautiful stained glass windows. Lovely history of Saint Peter Claver and his advocacy and care of indigenous peoples and African slaves. Truly inspiring and definitely worth a visit.Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Juan Pablo Mellado: Wonderful, highly recommended to do with a guide to learn the story behind those walls full of stories.
Steven López: Reservation recommended NoMore
Jay Clemmey: The Sanctuary takes you through the history of San Pedro Claver who dedicated most of his life to evangelizing slaves in Cartagena during the 1600’s. He was canonized as a saint in 1888 by Pope Leo XIII.You can spend a good hour or so touring the church, garden, artwork, and the rooms where Claver lived and worked. Highly recommend a visit if you’re in Cartagena.
WILSON HERBED CASTRO VELOZA: a beautiful templeVisited on Weekend Wait time No wait …More
Keila Ramalho: igreja localizada no lado interno da cidade amuralhada, fica na Plaza San Pedro Claver tem algumas estátuas de ferro na frente e é um lugar bastante interessante de se visitar
Янко Г.: Интересно е. Посетете!
Jorge Barrozo: Good
Alessio Astolfi: I had the chance to visit the Santuario de San Pedro Claver during a trip to Cartagena, Colombia, some ten years ago, and it was definitely an incredible experience. I am a person who has a great love for history and culture, therefore I was very taken aback by this sanctuary's significant past.In the centre of Cartagena's historic area, the Santuario de San Pedro Claver is a beautifully maintained Jesuit church and convent from the 17th century. It bears the name of Saint Peter Claver, a Jesuit priest of Spanish descent who dedicated his life to assisting slaves who were taken from Africa to Cartagena. The sanctuary provided these slaves with food, shelter, and medical attention while acting as a haven for them during a trying moment in history. It was a significant symbol of compassion and hope.The Santuario de San Pedro Claver's architecture is extremely stunning. The facade's exquisite detailing and elaborate designs are evidence of the architects' and artisans' expertise and craftsmanship. The sanctuary's interior is as breathtaking, featuring magnificent murals, pieces of art, and sculptures that depict Saint Peter Claver and his contributions to humankind.The opportunity to view Saint Peter Claver's relics, which are stored in a small room inside the sanctuary, was one of the pleasures of my trip. The saint's skull and bones are among the relics, which serve as a potent reminder of the sacrifices he made during his life and the influence he had on countless others.Overall, anyone with an interest in history, culture, or spirituality should definitely pay a visit to the Santuario de San Pedro Claver. Everyone who visits will undoubtedly have a lasting impression of this absolutely exceptional and inspirational location.
Sebastian Fürst Fotografie - Hochzeitsfotograf: What a beautiful church and place ❤️❤️❤️
Walberto Martinez: His story is very beautiful and perfect to enrich your faith
Laelia Milleri Photography: Check the opening time before you go. On the day when we were there the church was closed until the evening, so unfortunately I didn't get to see it inside. Enjoyed watching the busy and lively area surrounding it.
TheFABYMARC: Excellent place to listen to the Eucharist, it is super fresh, spacious and I love the preaching of the priest, apart from its architecture it is worth admiring, I like the mass at 12, since afterward I can have a coffee and walk the streets of the historic center, they are a bit empty at that time
Carlos Hernández: Historic site of the walled city in Cartagena de Indias, with excellent cafes and restaurants around it
Kelly Cabrera: Beautiful
harold david gil muñoz: It is a good place to visit in Cartagena
Gabriel Garcés: Good experience for religious tourism. Rest the remains of San Pedro Claver. It also has a museum from the colonial era.
Bienes e inversiones del cafe: There we find the tomb of San Pedro Claver

4. Museo de Arte Moderno Cartagena - Centro

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· 264 reviews

Cl. 31 #69b69, Cartagena de Indias, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Museo de Arte Moderno Cartagena: what do users think?
Alain Misrachi: Nice exhibition, but how hot...Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Hacienda San Luis: The Manzur exhibition is very beautiful. It's a small place but it was worth visiting
jose figueroa celis: Fantastic exhibition by Manzur.Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
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Patricia Pena: Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended NoMore
Federico Montealegre: Good exposure. Excellent works and artists
Ale Cuesta: Best collection of Latin American art. Traveling exhibitions of local art to continue supporting.
Anand Vasudevan: Love, love, love this museum. Superb works by several Colombian and Latin American artists. Must visit when in Cartagena
Lukas Pestalozzi: Very nice modern art museum in the heart of Cartagena. 10.000 entry for 2 levels of art and media. Definitely worth checking out while in the walled city!
Hassan Wasim: Nice place to experience modern colombia art !!Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Eric Castilla: Visited on Weekday Wait time No waitMore
Anjum Sharma: Horrible. Small venue, no air conditioning, and very mediocre art. Worst thing in the city we saw - skip it.
Lorena García: Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended YesMore
Silvina Sanchez: Wait time No waitMore
Abraham Wang: Beautiful art
Frank Suarez: Nossa, lindo demais. Recomendo muito para quem ama a arte. E o preço para visitar é muito accessível, por não falar barato. Se visitar Cartagena, vai visitar os museus, que ficam perto.
José Vicente: They close very early, I am not satisfied that they close at 5 in the afternoon, that is a learning space, it should close at least at 7 pm, the people who serve are not friendly and it shows that doing their job is for mere convenience, they do not do it with love, much less dedication. The spaces are quite neglected and the paintings full of dust some.I only recommend going if it is necessarily important... But to see the museum I recommend others who are here in our city.The service is deplorable. to correct!!

5. Casa San Agustín - Centro

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· 226 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!

6. Museo del Oro Zenú - Centro

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Carrera 4 #33-60 Calle del Landrinal, Edificio del Banco de la República, Cartagena de Indias, Bolívar, Colombia

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7. St. Dom Cartagena - Centro

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Cra. 3 ##3370, Cartagena de Indias, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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St. Dom Cartagena: what do users think?
Krishnaja Gutta: I had to revisit the store 3 times today.. and you still got the receipts wrong!!A store like this needs to care of customer experience better, especially around basic things.
Monica Andrade: I was trying on a garment and I had another one already selected at the checkout to buy, when the saleswoman took me out of the store because it was closing time, without even giving a payment option for what had already been selected. Unheard of and impolite; the vendors absolutely detract from the place, where you expect equally premium attention to the designs they have.
Andre D: Friendly staff. They were very helpful
Victoria Olivo Berrio: The store is wonderful but people like Camila Paez should not be in customer service. In so much time visiting st Dom I have never felt so badly attended.
Paulina Nehring: Bad customer service. We made a purchase on the day of our departure from Columbia. All 3 shop assistants confirmed that we will receive the invoice (required for 20% tax return at the airport) via email within 1 hour. Unfortunatelly we didn't received it as promissed. We called the shop from the tax return office and they said it takes normally 48hrs to issue the invoice and for sure not 1hr - so they obviously lied to us. I would expect a bit more from a shop positioning itself as premium (selling dresses priced at 600$ and more)...
P Huhn: Long story short: spent over 1 thousand dollars at this store and was never told of the tax exemption (19%). Come to find out we returned to the store to get the proper documentation to present at the airport to get our 200 dollars back. All is fine until we arrive to the airport and the documentation the store gave us was no longer valid as the laws had changed. We had arrived with plenty of time so we decided to contact the store to have the proper documentation sent. We spoke with a sales associates that referred us to a WhatsApp number. Almost missed our flight waiting for a response that never came. I’ve emailed them multiple times and have yet to hear back from them. HORRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE AND UNETHICAL is all I have to say. You’re better off spending your money elsewhere.
Raymond Kanevsky: Though a limited men's selection, this is one of the the best boutique stores in Cartagena. They have high end and high quality products from beach wrar to formal dresses for women and beaxh wear and every day cool for men.
RONALD GOMEZ: It is a beautiful store, spacious, comfortable and they are very friendly.
Guy Drake: My wife loved this shop! She and her sister found beautiful clothes, handbags, shoes at amazing prices. She purchased a one of a kind handbag that would have costs thousands of dollars at home. There were clothes of all sizes equally beautiful and as she noted “full enough for her to fill beautiful“. They enjoyed exceptional service and ongoing attention from the staff. In fact, she said they were super patient and quickly figured out their differing styles. She loved it so much, she has been trying to shop at the store online. If anything, that has been the only disappointment that she isn’t able to do so! A must go if beautiful clothes and home products is your goal!
JG79: Yeah, agree with most of the comments. Good stuff, it's a nice boutique in a good space and has a fair amount of nice clothes. Staff are ok and helpful and attentive. Not so good, they seem to have almost 0 sizes of anything, both my wife and I struggled to get mediums of most, and we are both normal sizes. 2nd, definitely a bit of snooty vibe in here ....It's pricey but they also often have decent stuff on sale. Mainly womens clothes, accessories and mens summer gear.
Maps Montejo: Me the best shops in Cartagena
Dan SILVA: AMAZING selection of fashion and accessories! Really nice atmosphere and decoration, you really feel at home !!!But ... The attitude of the sales associates can really be improved. They don't smile, don't say hello and if you need a size or something you have to ask because they will never come to you to assist or almost to propose help.
Fabiola Spinel: There are no sizes for large women, all cute!
Otres Plumbing: Beautiful caring staff and the shop is filled with spectacular items as well.
Cara Cameron: Gorgeous boutique, wonderful atmosphere. It is pricey, they don't accept RETURNS. If you want exchange you have 30 days. Just no refunds.
Monica Moncayo: It is a store of Colombian designers, where in addition to finding the talent of indigenous cultures mixed with current trends, you can see the latest collections of accessories, clothing, footwear, etc., while enjoying a very pleasant and welcoming atmosphere, accompanied by the kindness of advisers. A mandatory place to visit.
Aisha L: Nice selection of reasonably priced cute jewellery, I wasn’t dressed that smartly so I did get looked up and down but I wasn’t hassled which was nice. Didn’t look at the clothes so can’t comment on them, did buy a nice pineapple pendent
Gian Q: Great boutique with amazing stuff and good quality clothing. Pricy, but worth it.
Alex Buelvas: Excellent shopping ST.DOM.
Sebastian Palomino: Good place oara Buy
Greg Yeung: Good clothing quality...a bit pricy

8. Hilton Cartagena Hotel - El Laguito

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· 5021 reviews

Avenida Almirante Brion, Cartagena de Indias, Bolívar, Colombia

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Hilton Cartagena Hotel: what do users think?
Wilson Gonzalez Padilla: excellentRooms: 4/5|Service: 4/5|Location: 4/5 …More
Walter Oviedo: Traditional hotel in Cartagena excellent beaches, very quiet
carlos alvarez: Great hotel, luxury, large and clean rooms, good service, cool place, very rich dinner buffet.
Jorge Carrillo: Without words...Rest in the Heroic!!!Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Luxury …More
Maribel Soto: Rooms: Excelente servicio en limpiezaRooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Luxury …More
R H: Visiting Cartagena for a few days, I got a room for a couple of days. Nice hotel with easy beach access. Service is very good. Stay in Executive 👑 size room on 8th floor. I would recommend this hotel. Cost is. $249.00 nightly or 120 points.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Alexander Pinzon: DANGEROUS... UNRESPONSIBLE... I stayed in this hotel in May, my mother suffered an accident around the pool and this hotel does not have trained personnel, nor do they have any protocol for these cases. My mom fell silent and lost consciousness for a few minutes and the lifeguard who was nearby brought me a cream to spread. The lack of knowledge in an accident like this is noticeable, an ambulance was never called to immobilize her, I had to pick her up after she fell and take her to the hospital in a taxi. The result of the fall was 3 fractured ribs and a vertebra. So far I have not heard anything from the hotel or from the hotel insurance company. If you are looking for a safe site with a greater sense of responsibility. do not stay at the hilton in cartagena.
Uwe Tropf: Alles ausgezeichnet. Eines der wenigen Hotels hier mit direktem Strandzugang und grosser Poollandschaft. Liegen waren immer vorhanden.Upgrade auf Meerblick als Statusmitglied habe ich bekommem.Die Zimmer sind sauber, modern eingerichtet, auch gut zum Arbeiten ausgestattet.Frühstück sehr reichhaltig, gerade bei den lokalen Gerichten kann man fast jeden Tag was neues ausprobieren. Station für Omelett und frische Säfte.Executive Lounge von 12-20 Uhr geöffnet mit kleinen Snacks, Obst, Limonaden und Kaffeemaschine und durchgehend mit 2 freundlichen Mitarbeitern besetzt. 18-20 Uhr gibt es kleine warme Gerichte, Vorspeisen, Nachspeisen, Bier,Rotwein und Weisswein. Es war bis auf das Wochende nicht überlaufen und hat eine sehr schöne Aussicht.Zu Fuss kann man mehrere Restaurants und Bars erreichen und durch Bocagrande bummeln, Ich habe mich auch abends sicher gefühlt.
Cristian Andres Peña Avila: Very quiet, good attention from the staff.
Francisco Bejarano Rodriguez: Excellent service, adequate facilitiesRooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5 …More
GABRIEL MUNDARAIN: Rooms: De lujoRooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Luxury …More
Robe Ibarra: A perfume was stolen from us, we complained for 2 days. And magically the perfume was back in the room.Safety: Nos robaron un perfume.
Dilan Cortés: Good service.Nearby activities: Mar
Camila Viera: Rooms: Spacious and Clean!Safety: White taxis by the front entrance are registered with the hotel they are very safeFood & drinks: The buffet is worthy, and food is delicious

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