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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Cartagena
The service is excellent the hotel offers all comforts for you to enjoy your stay,a spectacular view of the sea or the old city. The hotel specializes in the tour of the historic sites of the city making your trip an adventure.
Meetings Conventions and Congresses
Water Sports: Aquatic Motorcycles, Skiing.
Laundry - Valet Service
Activities for children
There are international food, sea food and typical of Cartagena
All rooms has air conditioning, twin beds or one king bed, Hilton clock radio with MP3 connection, electronic safes, cabinets, drawers, coffee maker, minibar, refrigerator, iron, ironing board, double locking doors and key electronics. Comfortable mattresses, duvet covers, goose down pillows hypoallergenic, armchair and ottoman, two telephones, wake up call, and cameras in the corridors,cable TV with remote control, work area with desk and lamp, desk level outlets and desktop internet access high speed.
I recommend you the hilton hotel .
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Cartagena
Travel Blogs from Cartagena
... It didn't start well as everything the guide said was in Spanish and we has specifically requested an English speaking guide - our Spanish just isn't up to this yet. But after a quiet word our guide was very happy to translate. We went to an old monastery - Popa de la Hill, an old fort - Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas, where we went through the ancient tunnels. Then onto some old dungeons (if they had new ones it would be worrying!) The ...
We spent the last day taking a short ride out to the long peninsula called Boca Grande. It is where most of the tall high rise hotels and timeshares are located. We took a cab out and wandered around looking for a lunch spot. We decided to eat at a busy beach spot called Kioska Bony, named after a Columbian boxer who is now retired and owns it. His name is Bony Avila. He still shows up and is an Hombre Amable, at least that's what folks say. ...
... were built in response to a siege by Sir Francis Drake. Much of the architecture and many structures have gone relatively unchanged since this time. Perhaps the result of its long standing as a UNESCO Heritage Site. I spent almost three days in Cartagena and it would be easy to spend three weeks. The biggest highlight, even surpassing Old Town, was watching the Copa America soccer game between Colombia ...
... as possible. It was scorchio. Our final tourist attraction of South America was Castille San Felipe, a castle constructed beside the old town, with a myriad of levels and tunnels. We thoroughly enjoyed clambering over it, seeing the view from the top, exploring the tunnels and taking in the breeze. Later we grabbed some dinner, collected our bags from the hostel, and headed to the airport for our next destination. Briefly being, Bogota!
... us out too. They tell us we still need to pay for yesterday's booking which we thought would be the case and grab our key and head to our room. We open the door and it doesn't even open all the way as it hits the bed. There is no kitchenette as was on the room facilities page and the private ensuite was a joke. There wasn't any room to put our bags so we check with the other two what rooms they had been given and they had slightly better rooms than us for $10 a night cheaper without ...