Sophia Hotel, Cartagena

Sophia Hotel, Cartagena



Situated
on the Plaza de le Aduana, the Sophia Hotel in the
Colombian city of
Cartagena
is an idyllic Caribbean escape. Nestled behind the
walls of the old city, this luxury boutique hotel encapsulates the
deep-rooted charm of the city while offering all luxury amenities.
Stroll Cartagena’s cobbled streets, passing colourful colonial
buildings and take in the city’s relaxed and languid vibe. Come
evening, the city shifts into a vibrant party scene.

Rooms

The hotel offers 15 different rooms, including the Hagia Sophia
suite, which gives guests access to a private terrace with views
across the bay. All rooms have Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a
mini-bar, ensuring maximum comfort for guests.

What’s for breakfast?

Breakfast consists of fresh fruit, juice and traditional cuisine
from Cartagena, as well as breads and pastries, and is served in
the inner courtyard of the hotel.

How about lunch and dinner?

The hotel’s restaurant, Clemente, offers substantial meals for
any time of the day and specialises in mixing traditional Colombian
food with cosmopolitan cuisine.

Is there a bar?

Yes. Head to the rooftop bar to sample a selection of the best
Colombian cocktails Cartagena has to offer.

Amenities

One of the few hotels to do so in the centre of the city, the
Sophia Hotel Cartagena houses a rooftop pool adjacent to the bar.
There is also a mobile spa that goes from room to room offering
guests a selection of different massages including lymphatic
drainage and couples treatments.

Things you should know

The staff at the Sophia Hotel are extremely helpful and can
arrange boat trips to the nearby Rosario Islands on your behalf.
There is also a meeting room available to hire for events.

Within a short walk you can find…

The hotel is situated near the seafront, which offers some
beautiful views across the Caribbean Sea. The Café Del Mar sits
atop the seawall and is host to an extensive cocktail menu and
late-night DJ sets.

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City Guide: Cartagena, Colombia