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Casa Pestagua

About Casa Pestagua

Initially owned by the 18th century Count of Pestagua, from which it gained its name, the Casa Pestagua hotel features some very impressive architecture within its colourful walls. Archways lead you through intimate courtyards where tall palms shelter you from the sun and fountains keep the air cool.

Staying on the spacious grounds truly feels like a privilege; the service is personal, the atmosphere completely tranquil and the rooms immense in size and elegantly furnished. 

To top it off, it has a majestic location within Cartagena, a great base from which to explore…

casa pestegua hotel Details

Style

A traditional, stylish and architecturally impressive colonial hotel with personalised service.

Setting

Just 30 metres away from Santo Domingo Square, the hotel still guarantees complete peace and tranquility within the historic walls of the lively and festive city of Cartagena.

Accommodation & Facilities

The large rooms exude elegance from under their tall ceilings, with comfortable beds and en-suite bathrooms. Some rooms are in colonial, republican and art deco styles and feature antique furnishings, by contrast, others are surprisingly modern, but no less charming. Bathrooms have marble floors and bronze faucets, giving a real feeling of luxury. All of the rooms feature air conditioning, TV’s and a safe as well as Wi-Fi, mini bar, bathrobe and slippers, however accommodation comes under three sections; Luxury Rooms, Extra Luxury Rooms and Grande Suites. Extra Luxury rooms are larger than the Luxury Rooms and have a separate lounge area; the Grande Suites are about 82 metres square and about 6 metres high!

On the roof you will find the veranda, with views to the Caribbean Ocean over the city, there is a Jacuzzi up here for some stylish relaxation. The refreshing pool is surrounded by tropical plants, with plenty of room in the sun or shade to relax on a sun lounger. The stylish and exotic looking bar serves some fantastic cocktails and you will find the restaurant/dining room in the central patio.

Dining

Guests may eat at the banquet table or a more intimate table in the dining area, or even by the pool or on the veranda.

Activities

Explore Santo Domingo Square with its colonial church and terraces or head two blocks down to find Baluarte and the Café del Mar. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants around as well as boutique stores and impressive architecture. This is a fabulous city to just explore by yourself and Casa Pestagua Hotel Boutique Spa puts you in the right spot to start…

Child Policy

Children welcome.

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