• Abadia Colonial Hotel, Colombia

About Hotel Abadia Colonia

About Hotel Abadia Colonia

This is a nice traditional option for those looking for something intimate but perhaps less extravagant than others in the area. Centred around a sunny courtyard featuring native trees, this is a cosy family run hotel whose attractive colonial era exterior invites you in to explore within its delicate walls.

hotel abadia colonia Details


An intimate and cosy, family run hotel in what used to be a colonial house.


Central Candelaria, amongst all the museums, cafes and theatres the area has to offer.

Accommodation & Facilities

The en-suite 12 rooms are warmly decorated with dark wooden furnishings and comfortable bedding. Each room has its own TV, mini bar, heating when desired and a safe as well as a hairdryer and wake up call. Some have views to the central courtyard, or balconies out the front of the building, all however are tranquil, peaceful and in harmony with their surroundings.

In the main building you will find the elegant restaurant with a view of Monteserrat and a tea room, and there is ample seating shared out between the3 patios, ideal for meeting other guests or just reading a book.


Cuisine served in the restaurant is either traditional Colombian or fine Italian.


There are some beautiful examples of Spanish architecture as you walk the historic streets of Candelaria or you could head central to see the monuments and museums. Sights worth a visit include Ingles de la Candelaria – a recently refurbished church, Luis Angel Library, Botero Museum, Casa de Moneda de Mexico – the national mint of Mexico and La Puerta Falsa – Bogota’s most famous snack shop. There is also Casa del Florero, the cathedral of Colombia and Boliviar Square.

Child Policy

Children welcome

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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