Casa San Agustin
Casa San Agustin is a lovingly restored, luxurious boutique hotel in Colombia’s wonderful coastal city of Cartagena. Refined yet relaxed, its trio of colonial era white-washed buildings exudes the warmth of a magnificently appointed private residence.
At a Glance
A real haven of tranquility in lively Cartagena
Stunning boutique hotel oozing history, romance and charm
Beautifully crafted guest rooms
Authentic Colombian style; while seamlessly incorporating contemporary details and luxurious amenities
Large pictured windows and breezy balconies allow natural light to brighten each space
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Set by the azure waters of the Caribbean, walled Cartagena de Indias is steeped in centuries of history and surely one of Latin America’s most beautiful, vibrant, and romantic cities. Now there is a gem of a small hotel to use as a base for discovering its charms! Casa San Agustin is located within walking distance of Barrio San Diego, renowned for its restaurants, bars and chic boutiques.
From original frescoes in the library to centuries-old wood-beamed ceilings in the guest rooms, Casa San Agustín’s art and architecture evoke the city’s rich history as 17th century Spanish stronghold. Located within Cartagena’s walled Old Town, the hotel features 24 guest rooms and 6 suites, each taking its color cue from the nearby Caribbean Sea. Shades of soft blue mix with specially commissioned furnishings and fixtures to create spaces of singular beauty and originality. Many of the hotel’s guest rooms and suites can be configured into two- or three-bedroom suites, making them ideal for friends and family traveling together.
The country’s abundance of seafood and exotic ingredients inspires the contemporary coastal Colombian cuisine of Alma, the hotel’s signature restaurant, and its charming bar and nearby alfresco courtyard – two picturesque settings for conch, ceviche and custom-crafted cocktails.
Influenced by the subtle shades of the nearby Caribbean Sea, the 30 guest rooms and six spacious suites feature a blue-hued palette accented by natural fabrics and rich dark woods. Ironwork beds, chandeliers and sconces specially commissioned by local artists share space with vintage pieces, art and artifacts. Some guest rooms have private plunge pools or Jacuzzis and all feature luxurious Frette linens and citrus-scented Ortigia bath amenities.
The Classic (12), Deluxe (9) and Junior Suites (3) features a beautiful view of either the gardens or the streets of the Old Town. Amenities include sumptuous Frette linens, robes and slippers, as well as exclusive Ortigia bath amenities. Each room has a flat screen HDTV with Surround Sound, DVD player, Bose CD player, and an iPod dock with alarm clock. WIFI is complimentary and iPads are available upon request. Every guest room has a personal safe. Classic Rooms range from 409 sq. ft. - 645 sq. ft, Deluxe Rooms range from 409 sq. ft. - 840 sq. ft and Junior Suites range 850 sq. ft. - 1000 sq. ft.
The Premium Rooms (3) feature a private terrace with a plunge pool or Jacuzzi overlooking the gardens and range from 462 sq. ft. - 645 sq. ft.
The Prestige Suites (2) and the Suite del Virrey (1) feature two guest rooms with large balconies flooded with natural light overlooking streets of the Old Town. The Prestige Suite ranges from 1600 sq. ft. - 1730 sq. ft and the Suite del Virrey is 1830 sq. ft and has a private Jacuzzi.
Many of the hotel’s guest rooms and suites can be configured into two- or three-bedroom suites, making them ideal for friends and family traveling together.
Casa San Agustin has a pool and pool bar service, courtyard lounge, restaurant specializing in coastal Colombian cuisine, a library, 24 hour room service and reception, concierge service, housekeeping service twice a day, butler service, a spa, solarium and private Jacuzzi service in some rooms.
Location & Directions
Casa San Agustin is located on Calle de la Universidad in the heart of the historical center of Cartagena, Colombia's north coast. Within easy walking distance of many of the city's historic sites, such as the Monastery of La Popa and the Plaza Bolivar, formerly the Palacio de la Inquiscion.
When to go
Cartagena is a year round destination with a hot and humid tropical climate. Being tropical it can rain at any time of the year however typically the ‘drier’ season is from December to March and considered the best time to visit. Most rainfall comes in October and November.