Hotel Boutique Sazagua
Coffee Triangle, Colombia
At a Glance
Personalized service and home from home ambience
One of the largest and most beautiful haciendas in the coffee region
Situated at the heart of the coffee triangle in between Pereira and Chinchina
The traditional hacienda is full of charming colonial decor, period furniture and family mementos
Open veranda running the length of the building where breakfast and meals can be served
Best time to Visit
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Colombia is located near the Equator which allows for relatively minor temperature variations over the year although temperatures do vary according to altitude. The coffee region can be visited year round however the main drier season is from December to March and then July and August. Being a tropical country however you can expect rain at any time in Colombia.
To start planning your holiday to Hotel Boutique Sazagua
Hotel Boutique Sazagua, situated in the heart of Colombia's coffee region in the Central Andes is wonderfully decorated with an eclectic mix of furniture, bright colours and art collected throughout Colombia's history.
Hotel Boutique Sazagua has a wonderful location on the outskirts of Pereira, half way between the Cocora Valley and the main coffee plantations around Chinchina. The name Sazagua pays homage to the indigenous people who once inhabited the area.
Explore the nearby coffee plantations and learn about the whole coffee making process. Colombia really does know a thing or two about coffee!! There are also other activities available in the area, such as rafting, horse riding, visiting the botanical gardens, and the Los Nevados National Park, which is home to the majestic Nevado del Ruiz volcano.
The hacienda is set in lush gardens full of tropical plants and exotic birds and has an inviting outdoor pool. For relaxation guests can also indulge in a pampering spa treatment or take a dip in the Jacuzzi.
There are just 10 suites at Sazagua, including a slightly larger junior suite, and 5 villas. All the rooms are individual in style and decked out with local furniture and art work, dark woods and colourful textiles. Villas come with a small private garden and Jacuzzi.
The service is very attentive, the staff are personable and all keen to share the knowledge of the area to ensure you get the most out of your stay. The cuisine is inspired by traditional recipes with a creative twist.
Sazagua has 15 rooms; 10 suites and 5 Villas.
Children are welcome at the hotel, and babysitting can be arranged upon request, but there are no specific facilities or interconnecting rooms.
Swimming pool, Jacuzzi, gardens and restaurant.
Riding, hiking, bird watching and visits to the coffee region and local plantations.
Sonia Bungaroo (Staff)
The service here really elevates this small boutique property to something incredibly special. Whilst the hotel itself is quite small, and the rooms a refined, yet fairly basic take on the traditional hacienda style of the area, the pure warmth and attentiveness of the staff at Sazagua make this an incredibly memorable place to stay. Perfect for those who want to experience the beauty of the coffee region in a relaxed manner, this is the perfect oasis, with its regular hummingbird visitors, great food - and even more excitingly creative menu - its a great base for all coffee tasting experiences, as well as exploring the traditional towns and national parks of the region.
Amy Welfare (Staff)
After a wonderful warm welcome from owner Amelia, we relaxed and enjoyed a drink in the lovely garden. Dinner was delicious and beautifully presented and there was a great choice of wines. My suite was huge and the perfect place to relax after a busy day exploring the coffee region!
Bogotá Graffiti Bike Tour
Immerse yourself in Bogota's many colourful graffiti murals, centred around the district known as La Candelaria. Seen as an expression by the city's inhabitants of their social and political attitudes, the vibrant colours make a fascinating scene.
Gardens of Pijao Experience
Enjoy a cultural tour to Pijao, one of the first Slow Cities in Latin America. Learn about the local history, as well as engaging with the locals of the town, with this exclusive experience that has guest meeting local families.
Hot Air Balloon Over Colombia's Coffee Region
Start the day in the best possible way with a cup of locally produced coffee, before soaring over Colombia's coffee region in a hot air balloon. Enjoy breathtaking views of the lush surrounding valleys.
Private guided tour to the salt cathedral of Zipaquira
Explore the fascinating salt cathedral of Zipaquira on this half day private tour. Accompanied by your guide, head underground following a series of tunnels to explore the impressive construction of this unique cathedral, still used today to worship.
Bogota, Coffee Triangle, Medellín, Cartagena & Tayrona
from £3800 pp inc flights & transfers for 12 nights
- A buzzing and immersive trip taking you through the key highlights of Colombia. Submerge in unique cities and towns, indigenous culture and epic architecture along with delicious culinary delights
- Spend time exploring the vibrant capital of Bogotá before heading on to the sweeping vistas of the famous Coffee Triangle
- Awaken your senses and enjoy a taste of Colombia’s best coffee with stunning views to match in Pereira, nestled in the foothills of the Andes
Location & directions
Coffee Triangle, Colombia
Hotel Boutique Sazagua is 13 kilometres outside the town of Pereira in Colombia’s central coffee region.
How to get there
14-hour international flight to El Dorado International Airport Bogota, followed by a 1-hour flight from Bogota to Pereira followed by a short road transfer.
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