Hotel Casa San Agustin is made up of three whitewashed 17th century colonial buildings with 30 guest rooms and suites in Cartagena's historic center. Soothing whites with dashes of blue inspired by the Caribbean Sea envelop this tranquil property.
Timber beams, original frescoes, and hand painted tiles adorn Hotel Casa San Agustin. Rich dark woods, shuttered windows and chandeliers, and four-poster or ironwork beds make rooms feel like a private residence. Vintage pieces and art give the Hotel Casa San Agustin a charming air of romance amid the buzz of Cartagena. Casa San Agustín’s art and architecture evoke the city’s rich history as a 17th century Spanish stronghold.
The Premium Suite has a beautiful patio with Jacuzzi and a view of the garden. The Suite del Virrey is the largest with two bedrooms beautifully decorated in contemporary Colombian style. An outdoor Jacuzzi and two terraces give stunning views of the city.
Leafy patios and a swimming pool beckon you to cool off in the heat. The pool is framed by towering tropical plants and is a lively place in the evenings to gather with other guests. Architectural details have been carefully preserved at Hotel Casa San Agustin, most noticeably in the courtyard, where the pool is situated beneath the remnants of a historic aqueduct.
The Alma Restaurant has over-sized lanterns and comfy leather banquettes where coastal Colombian cuisine of seafood casserole, ceviches, matured meat, and lobster tail is served in the colonial courtyard, while live jazz and merengue play. Alma Bar is an elegant place to drink from a selection of gins, tonics, cocktails, and international wines under the glow of candlelight. The mixologists create twists on South American classics, like the Humo Dulce which is a concoction of tequila, mango, and sriracha.
The Hotel also has a library and a rooftop solarium for resting on rattan sun loungers. Two treatment rooms offer aromatherapy massages using locally sourced exotic fruit oils.
Grab a tropical fruit drink at one of Cartagena’s many juice stalls while you wander through the cobbled streets of the historic walled city center filled with picturesque churches and pastel hued buildings. There are many cafes and restaurants where you can grab a bite to eat in this sizzling city under the Caribbean sun.Request Information