Cartagena Hotels | Aug 23 | 2021 | No Comment

With a history dating back to 1621, the former convent of Saint Clare of Assisi is now one of Cartagena’s grandest and most illustrious hotels. The Sofitel Santa Clara is still home to crypts, wells, confessionals and paintings which have been expertly resorted to fit its new life as a modern luxury hotel. At the center of the hotel is a large courtyard filled with lush tropical plants and framed by the original stone arches of the convent.

There are 123 rooms and suites, including four ‘iconic’ suites, two of which are inspired by famous Colombian artists, Fernando Botero and Enrique Grau Araujo. More modern rooms complete with contemporary republican décor are available, many with views of the city wall and Caribbean Sea. There’s also the option of staying in the cavernous and colorful colonial rooms adorned with grand antique furniture. Enjoy modern cuisine with a Caribbean touch at the Santa Clara’s two restaurants, El Claustro and 1621, and make time to relax with a drink in the beautiful garden. The hotel is home to a large outdoor swimming pool as well as a spa and small fitness center.

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