Hotel Edmar

Carrera 3A No. 5- 188, Santa Marta, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Marta

The National Park, Tubing and Contraband

A travel blog entry by deni367


... the waterfalls, hostels up the hills or a pretty sight. We decided that the 2-3 hour walk they were quoting was a bit unrealistic, so we walked to Pozo Azul, a small waterfall where you can swim. The walk took us about 30-40 minutes and once we got there, we realised we were all wrong not to put on insect repellent. Within seconds of reaching the water, we were viciously attached by sand flies, leaving me with dozens of marks all over my legs. Nevertheless, we still enjoyed ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... was to stay still for a couple of days after all the recent one night stops & travelling and get all the chores done and relax a bit in the sunshine.

This was admirably accomplished today with quality time in the hammock, first watching the nightly congregation of lorikeets in the trees in the cemetery and later watching the lightning over the hills where storm clouds had ...

13. La Ciudad Perdida - The Lost City

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013


... and a hand torch otherwise it would have been lethal. Some of the others without torches had a few hairy moments! The camp was an open air house really. You had to cross a rickety wooden bridge to get to it. Once in the camp there were a few steps down to the stream where we all rinsed off and an open-air kitchen where Willy prepared our dinner. We showered and sorted out our hammocks before dinner and had an early night ready for day 2. On day 2 we woke up ...

Hostels in Santa Marta

A travel blog entry by bellashauna


... the hostel grounds. It was indeed small, with no really useable kitchen and a tiny patio. I checked my bags with them and was about to leave when one boy ran up to me and said I must pay before leaving. I said I'd pay when I returned at noon to check in (at most hostels you pay when you check out anyway), but he still insisted I pay now. "So I can't check in, or even see the dorm room, but you want me to pay now?" I asked. I told ...


A travel blog entry by benandhelen


... frustrated by this point - it was hot, late afternoon, and we didn't feel like wandering the street trying to find somewhere to stay - we were missing out on valuable beach time!
Out of nowhere, a guy appeared and asked if we needed a hostel - perfect timing! He walked us a few streets over and gestured towards a hostel called 'Villa Mary', assuring us that it was a good place. It's often difficult to work out whether people are genuinely ...


This 3 star hotel is located on Carrera 3A No. 5- 188, Santa Marta.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Edmar Santa Marta

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent