Cartagena Mansion

Blurring the line between past and present, the Cartagena Mansion transports its residents to an age of grandeur with all the romanticism of a Gabriel Garcia Marquez novel.

Perfectly positioned within the enchanting walled city of Cartagena, Colombia, this Colonial Mansion is a one-of-a-kind jewel in paradise. Built according to the purist Moorish palace style – a design influence that continued to be important in 16th and 17th century Spanish and Colonial architecture – the palace is a true architectural masterpiece.

A refreshing and majestic hall leads to the patio, around which the mansion is situated. This particularly extensive patio, with its eight palm trees and fountain, showcase the importance of its construction as it leads to the backyard, which offers guests the pleasure of modern comforts with a pool and solarium.

The mansion features 11 spacious rooms. All rooms include a generously sized private bathroom with marble floors and luxurious antique bronze faucets. A majestic dining room in the central patio remembers great aristocrat banquets. The temperature-controlled pool invites you to refresh yourself, while the roof terrace overlooks the historic city and the Caribbean Ocean. Enjoy the spa for relaxing times and the most breathtaking views you’ll ever encounter.