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The hotel is relatively new, located in one of the oldest streets of Ciudad Vieja, the street of Magdalena. With this location, it is near the colonial streets and the walls. The Hotel is between two historical constructions with more than 200 years of antiquity. In Getsemani visitors will be surrounded by history and dream environments. The property opens its doors to offer guests a space of comfort and privacy with personalized attention and exclusive quality. Other popular attractions close to the hotel are Cartagena's Modern Art Museum, Palace of the Inquisition, Cartagena's Gold Museum an...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Pool and wellness facilitiesPoolOutdoor Pool.
Reception servicesLuggage storage
Reviewed 11 february, 2020
Amazing location and great helpful staff. They were knowledgeable in booking trips and suggestions in surrounding areas. Rooms were clean, cutest street to be on. I would stay there again! Pool by front door, weird location and we never saw it used.
Reviewed 5 february, 2020
We didn’t sleep because of other guests partying all night yelling and playing loud music. The hotel staff made no effort to quiet them. I wouldn’t recommend it if you looking for a place to sleep, which would be the only thing I want from a hotel personally.
Noisy room, very small bathroom.
Reviewed 14 january, 2020
My wife and I got bumped to this hotel after paying a significant amount for a Jr suite elsewhere. The hotel staff was pretty friendly but the room was rather small, not clean and very noisy. It was on the first floor opposite the pool. Every guest accesses the hotel via the hall outside our front door. A few guests decided to get rather drunk and rowdy in the pool and got the whole area wet up to our door. I didn't see staff intervene - even though the front desk is at the pool area - but one hotel guest had words for these guests - to no effect. There were some old stains on the sheets, a spider and web on one pillow and the bathroom looked like it was only quickly wiped over. Small, cold water shower with no pressure. The roof top terrace was the better part of this hotel. Breakfast was okay but nothing special. We asked the staff person 2 x's at the front desk if they could call an attraction to see if they were open (it was Christmas/boxing week). She insisted that it would be open and only checked the website. We hired a very expensive cab and spent over an hour getting to this place to find it WAS indeed closed over the holidays. Wasted half the day or more and a rather hefty fee for the cab (pre -paid to the hotel) Upon getting back to the hotel this staff person made herself scarce and busy and took no responsibility to our costs in precious time and significant cab money. Most of the staff was great but we feel like we got worked by the one lady who we asked for help (twice!). Sooo... if value integrity, cleanliness and your time, sleep and money - you will want to look further than this hotel.
Nice Ambiance, Good Staff ,,, But...
Reviewed 1 may, 2019
Casa Tere fronts a street that is noisy with vendors getting ready for the day, and a dilapidated structure that looks like it was gutted for some reason then abandoned. The hotel itself is a boutique, and has much Old City ambiance. The small staff is helpful, but do not trust the internet pictures. The pool shown is actually only half a meter deep and is more for decor. The rooms are tight and there is some deferred maintenance. The location is great for Old City accessibility and the price is decent for the accommodations. It is a mixed experience.
Staff was great, facility not so much.
Reviewed 26 march, 2019
The folks working at the hotel were great. From the front desk, to housekeeping, to the kitchen..all good. The room however, had issues: 1. The shower door didn't fit properly causing leaking on the bathroom floor. The outlet where the hair dryer was plugged in was half off the wall with wires exposed. Water on the floor and the electrical outlet that way, I would NOT let my wife dry her hair in the bathroom for fear of electrical shock. The hallway on the first floor did not have any lighting so that when you walked to the elevator at nite, you could not see a step which could have caused a fall. The top level had a very nice deck with shaded chairs and nice views of the city. It was interesting to note that the room had a price list for the contents of the mini-bar, but there was no mini-bar.