Hotel La Ballena Azul

Address: Santa Marta, Colombia | Hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Ballena Azul Santa Marta

Reviewed by nickjackets

Its ok,dont get too excited.

Reviewed Jun 26, 2014
by (37 reviews) Haywards Heath , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Right on the beach.The beach is pretty dirty.Plenty of choices of restaurant to choose near by. Staff very friendly.Wi fi ok ,air con in room,30 degrees cent. most days,very hot and humid.Area is reasonably safe,normal rules apply.Breakfast across the road if yours is included.Bring cash.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Ballena Azul Santa Marta

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Travel Blogs from Santa Marta

On the road again - Leaving the vortex

A travel blog entry by zendrik on May 21, 2015

7 photos

... apart of the remaining gang, and the plan, happened at the San Salvador border, where they wouldn't let me in due to irregularities in my Guatemala visa renewals. The firsr renewal was done, via an agency in Panajachel, at the immigration office in the city, but the following renewals are supposed to happen my leaving the country, and getting a new visa on re-entry. The agency I'd been using had only been getting the Guatemalan border stamps and not the Mexican stamps. ...

Raiders of the Lost City

A travel blog entry by maxandross on Apr 28, 2015

8 photos

... to the shore and gave way to a strip of white sand and the Caribbean Sea in the distance. After a hearty lunch we set off walking. After only half and hour we stopped by the river for our first swimming stop. Even by then we were dripping in sweat so it was a delight to jump in. I think Daniel was trying to sweeten us up for the next section which was a ninety minute steep uphill slog on a dry, extremely dusty, rutted path. The dust was everywhere - I ...

El Caribe for starters

A travel blog entry by rowannewman on Feb 04, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

... for a Saturday night party! And boy did we party. Starting at a BBQ before heading to 'El Mirador', that's where the party happens, unfortunately even at 11pm we were a little to early but a brief dance in another local bar and we returned as the party was in full swing. First attempts at salsa weren't too pretty but I don't think I really cared. We called it a night when the fiesta en la Calle seemed to be over and the sun was not long to rise. That little let off a little steam ...

The Santa clause

A travel blog entry by klartman on Jan 15, 2015

23 photos

... a bad deal to us because the bus was only 7K pesos each way. The food was actually reasonably priced and apart from the toilets the best thing about the festival so the Kiwis got totally ripped off. Despite trying they never got any refund. Me and Sita couldn't find the energy to bother moaning when they were in a much worse situation and frankly the location was awesome and I'd love to do a party there.

We left disappointed and a little ...

Finding the beaches

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 19, 2014

7 photos

... No idea where they go from, so wandered to what looked like a main road and waited. I didn't have to wait long, a couple of minutes and I was being ushered into a bus to Santa Marta. Easy! (1.4k) and it only took about 10 minutes. Once in Santa Marta, good old Google maps told me where to get off, and I only had a couple of blocks to navigate through the ongoing market-filled streets. I bought a yucca snack enroute too - yum! I got back just after 6pm. Tired. But what an awesome ...