Hotel Dann Cartagena

Address: Laguito Calle 1a #1-60, Cartagena, Colombia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Laguito Calle 1a #1-60, Cartagena, is near Walled City, San Felipe de Barajas Castle, Islas del Rosario, and Palacio de la Inquisicion.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Dann Cartagena

      Reviewed by jessi330

      Definitely recommended

      Reviewed Jun 16, 2014
      by (4 reviews) Omaha , United States Flag of United States

      The pool is clean, big and heated! I loved it. Our room was spacious with good wifi signal and comfortable bed. It also had a balcony. I really appreciated that the a/c was always on (not dependent on whether we were in the room) so it was already cool when we entered. The staff was friendly and informative. Yes, it is a bit away from the walled city (10min drive), but taxis are cheap ($6,000 COP). The shower had good pressure and hot water.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Dann Cartagena

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Cartagena

      Cartagena!

      A travel blog entry by jessi330 on Jun 16, 2014

      We arrived at the airport with plenty of time. I downloaded the avianca app which i never got to download my e-ticket, so I just got the web version and took a screen shot!
      It's super easy to fly domestic when you don't need to check bags (no line) go straight to security (short line). I got nervous because there was a poster saying No liquids …

      Cocktails, Cartels and Cockfights

      A travel blog entry by liamkirby on Nov 20, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... mountains.

      I first heard of Ayahuasca (pronounced Eye-a-wass-ca, or "Yage" in Colombia, pronounced Ya-hay) about a year ago after a current affair or some other diabolical "news" program broadcast a special on this dangerous jungle drink taking the lives of your teens. They interviewed all these hippies claiming to have experienced death and rebirthing themselves whilst under it's effects, and clearly communicated that this is the last place you ever want to ...

      Bogota, Colombia

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Sep 28, 2014

      37 photos

      ... Maybe that's faith!? It's hard to describe what the inside of the cathedral looked like. It was very dark with lights here and there illuminating areas. As you walk through it takes you through the events in the bible. But as a person who doesn't practice religion, it was really just a pretty fantastic view of what it's like in a salt mine. There were some beautiful sculptures donated by artists and some architectural symbolism made by the miners that I wouldn't have ...

      The travelling begins......

      A travel blog entry by lizzie.hunscott on Sep 08, 2014

      15 photos

      ... First day I spent walking around the walled city and then in the afternoon went on a canoe trip....nearly managed to fall out of the canoe as I was getting out of it!!!
      I then went for a dinner with some people I had met at the hostel. Colombian food isn"t the greatest...I can see why there is not Colombia restaurants at home! The food basically consists of rice, chips, meat or fish and a lettuce leave! So overload on carbs ...

      Mototaxi and Mud

      A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Apr 17, 2014

      2 comments, 28 photos

      One of the things I had planned to do in Cartagena was visit the Volcan de Lodo El Totumo, aka a volcano filled with mud. This is about 50K from Cartagena, and it's a 15m volcano mound. Legend is that the volcano once spewed fire, but the local priest, seeing that as the work of the devil, poured holy water on it. He succeeded as the fire subsided and the insides turned to mud. It also has therapeutic qualities. Apparently, people around here are big ...