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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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Cartagena was a big surprise. We took a local mini bus tour to the major points of interest with ten other passengers. Being Monday morning the traffic was awful but our driver was very competent and just pushed her way in. There seemed to be controlled chaos as everyone just pushed into the traffic but there didn't seem to be any agro associated with it. Beginning at the monastery on top of the hill overlooking the city we had magnificent views ...
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Last day here in Cartegena. We check all our money and try to figure out if we need more or less Columbian pesos. After checking it twice we decide that we need a few more pesos so that we can pay Jacqueline in pesos. We decide to head into town one last time to finalize our money and look for a few more things. Once more time to take cab...more Spanish practice for Erin. She has managed to get us all over town and make friends with all the ...
... wanted to be for new yrs especially as Sam wasn't being particularly welcoming. Mark was heading to Medellin and also nikky and Ivo both be there. Don't particularly fancy being gooseberry to two soppy couples but at least people I know and won't be on own or with people that don't want me around in a place I don't like. A long way to get to Medellin and mark raised good point that if you arrive on new yrs eve you're likely to be knackered for new yrs eve. Damn bloody new ...
... as we walked through the 95% humidity into town.
Cartagena is a nice mixture of old and new blended together into one, big, bustling city. We really enjoyed the Old Town region with the fort and the winding cobblestone streets lined with shops and restaurants. Of course vendors were everywhere selling leather purses, scarves, fans, jewelry, paintings, etc. All the things we do not have room to pack or carry for ...