Time to celebrate!
Let’s meet for a welcome toast for those arriving early!
Join us to say I do and celebrate with drinks and dancing!
Join us for a beach day to continue the celebration!
There are many beautiful lodging options in Cartagena, from boutique hotels in the walled city, to modern skyscrapers in Bocagrande – and many airbnbs in between! We will update the page shortly with some suggestions and places where Perfect Weddings has discounted rates.
If you are interested in staying at the Sofitel Santa Clara where the reception is, we have secured discounted rates starting at ~290 USD for a classic room. Please contact here to learn more and reserve a room!
Habitación con camas tipo Twin, con amenities, caja de seguridad digital y TV LED.
Diseñadas para despertar las mejores sensaciones, ofrecer confort y descanso.
Habitacióncon vista maravillosa desde el balcón para disfrutar su estadía.
El Hotel Decameron Cartagena tiene piscina y se halla a solo 100 metros de la playa
Balcones con vista al mar o los jardines del Hotel. Hamacas en los balcones. Aire acondicionado.
Top 5 Plans within the city
The Walled City is the historic center of the city of Cartagena de Indias and has been declared both a national heritage of Colombia and a World Heritage Site. Here lived the nobles and important people in colonial times.
Baru has several beaches, but the most outstanding are Playa Blanca, Cholon, Agua Azul and Agua Tranquila. The first is the most extensive, and as its name suggests, has a clear sand, which contrasts with the turquoise water. It has a wide gastronomic offer.
Spanish colonial fortress built on the Cerro de San Lazaro to protect the only land entrance to Cartagena de Indias. It was built in 1606 by the Augustinian Fathers, it keeps treasures such as the altar adorned with gold leaf and oil paintings.
The Historical Museum of Cartagena de Indias is an institution with 92 years of presence in the cultural life of the Colombian Caribbean. Its mission is to show locals and visitors the contribution of this city to the formation of our nationality and the culture of the Greater Caribbean.
The Gate and Clock Tower (“la Puerta y la Torre del Reloj”) can be seen at the main entrance of the walled city. Of the three open doors there, only the central one existed originally; the other two were occupied by a gunroom and a chapel. In 1874, a clock was brought from the United States, and 63 years later it was replaced by the current clock, imported from Switzerland.