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Hotel Don Pedro de Heredia

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  • Hotel Don Pedro de Heredia
  • Hotel Don Pedro de Heredia
  • Hotel Don Pedro de Heredia
  • Hotel Don Pedro de Heredia
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Located within the walls of the old town, the Don Pedro is small rustic property, perfect for exploring Cartagena.

This modest property of 34 guest rooms has a convenient location within the walled city, close to the top sights and a grocery store, all within walking distance. There's a rustic air to the place, with bougainvillea clinging to the walls, exposed brick, tiled roves and polished wooden balconies. All the compact bedrooms have efficient air-conditioning, personal safe, hair-dryer and TV. There is a small outdoor pool and a rooftop solarium and terrace where a buffet breakfast is offered.

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What our clients say

  • Overall we had a wonderful holiday in Colombia and were very pleased we decided to visit this beautiful country. Colombia offers a huge variety of choice for travel, from the mainland to the islands and everywhere we went the Colombian people were extremely friendly and helpful. At no time did we feel in danger and safety for all visitors was obviously a priority for the Government.

    AW, Aylesbury
  • Highlight: The coffee country. The Colombian people.

    CB, St. albans
  • Highlight: Cartagena: as romantic a destination as I had hoped.

    DG, Sheffield
  • A trip with JLA is a trip with the local experts. They can respond quickly to challenges such as FCO advice not to visit an area and know the local people who can make the holiday really memorable. One other comment about Colombia - the people we encountered, of all ages, in the streets, shops, hotels etc were friendly, welcoming and the most polite I have met anywhere in the world!

    HR, Brentford
  • Highlights?: I cannot really think of anything that wasn't memorable. Perhaps my overriding memory is of the friendliness and helpfulness of the ordinary Colombians I encountered.

    DM, Nottingham
  • Very hard to say which was the most memorable: flour and shaving cream fights in San Agustin on New Year's Eve; stunning views of the Magdalena, both in the South and the North (including the ferry crossing and river boat tour in Mompox);

    WR, London
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