Airy, modern, bright

Carrera 6 # 38-30 a 38-100, Cartagena, Bolivar, Colombia


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At a Glance

The Casablanca lives up to its name, boldly leaving traditional dark décor behind in favor of white-on-white.

Indagare Loves

  • The hotel’s location on a quiet waterfront street
  • The breezy, airy design


Walk into this white-washed Republican-era mansion and you enter a fresh take on how to enjoy the charms of Cartagena. Sunlight streams in through a central courtyard planted with palms. Open stairways, lattice screens and interior balconies lend a surprising airiness to the hotel.

Enormous wooden doorways lead to the twelve guestrooms, which have exposed brick walls, tiled floors, white painted furniture and slip-covered couches that evoke a beach house and barefoot summers more than a bustling historic city. There are sitting areas with wicker furniture and coffee tables piled with whimsical objects and photography books as they would be in a home. The rooftop pool is the perfect place to enjoy fabulous views and breezes off the nearby Caribbean.

Who Should Stay

Those who want to visit a historic city without staying in a museum or dark mansion, which is what some of boutique hotels resemble.

Written by Karen Catchpole

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