Luxe Holidays to Colombia

Columbia is the new unexplored Latin America’s secret destination, it is no longer in the grip of the drug cartels, the war is now ended and it maybe a little rough round the edges but now is the perfect time to visit just before it has that smooth shiny veneer added – visit this bold country now and enjoy it’s vibrancy, amazing sites and stunning scenery.

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Bogotá, Colombia

Bogotá balances its colonial past – cobbled streets, Spanish-Moorish churches – with the ambitions of a modern metropolis – glassy high-rises, universities and chic shopping districts. It may not be a laid-back holiday city like Cartagena or Cusco, but it’s the country’s bustling, business-focused heart and it definitely knows how to unwind after a long day at the office. Fashionable locals flock to spots with up-and-coming chefs in trendy enclaves and buzzy cafes line the well-groomed streets where patrons sip exotic lulo fruit mojitos well into the wee hours.

B.O.G. Hotel Bogotá, Colombia (More Information & Booking)

All-business Bogotá earns its design stripes with the glittering B.O.G. Hotel, a high-end boutique bolthole in the well-heeled Cabrera neighbourhood. Come-hither interiors from Nini Andrada Silva, a sexy rooftop pool and one of the city’s hottest dining dens attract in-the-know tourists and fashionable locals alike.

Cartagena, Colombia

Now, Cartagena is a relaxed holiday city of cobbled streets, colourful colonial buildings and outdoor cafes exuding live music and well-heeled coffee drinkers. Stylish shops are filled with artisan handicrafts and emerald jewelry; restaurants serve a cosmopolitan blend of fresh seafood and international cuisines. There's plenty of culture when you're looking for it, but, for most locals and visitors, daytime life is relaxed and languid, while the cooler nighttime turns the city into one vibrant and beautiful par ty.

Hotel Casa San Agustin Cartagena, Colombia (More Information & Booking)

In the heart of Cartagena’s walled city, boutique Hotel Casa San Agustin packs a whole lot of Old Town charm in three whitewashed 17th-century buildings. Coral-stone walls, hand-painted bathroom tiles and 300-year-old frescoes may nod to the residence’s colonial history, but breezy rooms, palm-shaded patios and an atmospheric courtyard pool place this urban retreat firmly on cool-hunters’ maps.
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