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Casa La Fe
Cartagena de Indias
A British-Colombian pair run this boutique B&B decorated with (tasteful) religious art. Eat in the jungly interior courtyard or soak in the rooftop Jacuzzi. Higher-priced rooms have balconies overlooking Plaza Fernandez de Madrid...
Hotel Casa Lola
Cartagena de Indias
This stylish boutique hotel has an artful interior that contrasts with its plain front door. Inside you'll find thoughtfully designed decor – revolutionary art and cowskin rugs rub up against eclectic bric-a-brac...
Hotel Casa Deco
A 21-room gem run by an Italian emerald dealer (no pun intended), this discerning option is a serious step up from the sea of hostels surrounding it...
Casa Verde Hotel
If you're what the relaxed and attentive live-in owner calls 'a retired backpacker,' this cute five-room spot, with pebble-lined walls and floors, smart bathrooms, crisp bed linen and intelligently designed, pristinely whitewashed rooms is your spot...
Between Zona Rosa and Parque 93 and part of a small Bogotá chain, this business-hip boutique hotel is new and novel, with rarely seen advantages like a heated rooftop pool, extra large rooms with lots of natural light and even some with bathtubs, a tr...
Hostel El Encuentro
Combining a peaceful ambience, spectacular views and gardens sloping down to a private swimming area, this place feels more like an expensive retreat than a hostel. Some of the elegant rooms have private balconies overlooking the lake...
Sofitel Santa Clara
Cartagena de Indias
The original details preserved in this 17th-century convent are exquisite. The entire hotel was built within the walls of a convent and the former cloister now forms massive hallways that surround the gorgeous interior walls and open-air courtyard...
Hotel Virrey Park
Just across Virrey Park from Hotel Cité, this newly renovated 47-room hotel is a modern choice, though the rooms are a bit cramped and feel a tad more classic than the lobby and common areas let on...
Located just across from Parque Orellana; the rooms are comfortable and spacious, though they have a distinctly utilitarian feel. Those on the top floor are the best value, with less street noise and nice views over the Amazon...
Hotel San Pedro De Majagua
This high-end option offers stays on Isla Grande in chic stone bungalows with fiber-woven roofs and minimalist decor. There are two beaches and a restaurant...
Hotel Saint Simon
This friendly midranger in Zona Rosa has nice staff, but the grandeur fades after you leave the nice lobby – rather dated furnishings and flowery wallpaper give rooms no points for style.
In House The Hotel
This new entry into the crowded Poblado boutique hotel market has stylish, bright rooms with pine furniture, work desks and big bathrooms; some have small private patios. A continental breakfast is included.
Hotel De La Opera
La Candelaria's poshest hotel – named for the leotard shows at Teatro Colón next door – features gracefully restored rooms of two historic Spanish-colonial townhouses enveloping two courtyards (it's 'totally colonial!' to quote insistent staff)...
More intimate than other higher-priced hotels in La Candelaria, this pleasant 12-room hotel has tidy white-walled rooms with colorful blankets, wall safes and a sense of colonial style, while adding floor heaters and TV...
This unassuming beachside property is nothing fancy, but offers simple rooms, some with sea views, a small book exchange, cable TV and new air conditioners.
Hotel Estelar Las Colinas
The poshest place in the center, this modern glass-and-concrete hotel isn't pretty to look at, but it has large, comfortable rooms, plus a fine restaurant. Prices include a generous buffet breakfast...
Hotel Plazuela De San Agustín
Villa de Leyva
This posh, boutique hotel appropriately calls itself a house-museum. The path leading into the colonial hotel is paved with fossils. Inside, the 20 rooms feature period furnishings and exposed wood beams, all overlooking lovely courtyards.
None of the hotels along the waterfront are trying too hard, but this one puts in a little more effort with pleasant touches like indigenous wood carvings, colorful bedspreads and a charming central staircase under a candlelike chandelier...
This arty boutique hotel has an industrial-chic theme with plenty of metal, mesh, polished concrete and colored glass. The rooms have all the comforts, including remote-control lights and hi-tech showers with eight different water flows...
Hotel Hernando Henry
You won't send postcards home about this place, but most rooms have a balcony and all come with private bath.
Hotel Boyaca Plaza
This small, business-style hotel, with attentive service and smart rooms, is located two blocks from the Plaza de Bolívar.
Hotel Punta Faro
The smartest hotel in the archipelago makes liberal use of mangrove wood in its beautiful lobby and bedroom furniture, and caters to (very) wealthy Colombians and business travelers...