Colombia not only offers appealing destinations for every taste but also has a wide range of hotels that seamlessly integrate local tradition into a variety of unique spaces and atmospheres, enriching your journey. 

If you're considering visiting any of Colombia's regions, whether for its people, its activities, or its landscapes (or a bit of everything), here are four hotel options with distinctive designs, perfect for a memorable experience on your next destination in the country of beauty.

Medellín, Western Colombian Andes: Quinta Ladera 

Hotel Quinta Ladera, Medellín.
Photo courtesy of the hotel.


Nestled in Commune 14 El Poblado, 10 kilometers from Medellín Airport and 6 kilometers from local attractions like Casa de la Memoria Museum and Plaza de Botero, Quinta Ladera Hotel combines sustainability and comfort in one place. Each wall tells a unique story adorned with art crafted by Colombian hands, from detailed ceramics to colorful textiles reflecting the local cultural heritage. 

If you're seeking to reconnect with traditional local culture on your next trip to Medellín, Quinta Ladera Hotel situates you in the heart of Provenza, allowing you to stay in one of the city's most exclusive areas while exploring must-visit cultural places in Antioquia. 

Historic downtown, Jardín, Antioquia.

Surrounding Medellín, in the Western Andes of the country, you can also explore captivating destinations, including heritage towns like JardínJericó, and Santa Fe de Antioquia, offering rich historical, cultural, and natural value. These places will be the perfect complement to your visit to the region. 

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Cali, Colombian Pacific: Hotel Movich Casa del Alférez 

Hotel Movich Casa de Alférez, Cali.
Photo courtesy of the hotel. 


What distinguishes Movich Hotels is their ability to highlight the best of each region in their details. Casa de Alférez, a colonial-style boutique hotel refurbished taking inspiration from the Colombian romantic novel María by the renowned writer Jorge Isaacs. The hotel promises its visitors an exclusive experience in the heart of Granada, one of the city's most famous areas, and invites them to taste the flavors and textures of Valle del Cauca. 

Just five minutes from downtown Cali and 9 kilometers from Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport, Movich Casa de Alférez is committed to providing luxury service infused with the essence of the country. In the case of Colombia's Pacific Coast, this essence embodies joy, color, and flavor reflected in its cuisine, music, and art. 


Couple Dancing near La Ermita Church, Cali.
Photo by ProColombia.


Cali's worldwide fame stems from its ethnic, cultural, and historical richness, making it a favorite destination for both national and international tourists. In Cali, you can't miss visiting Cristo Rey, museums like Museo Caliwood or Museo La Tertulia, or experiencing unique events such as the fairs and festivals held throughout the year. Among these are the Cali Fairthe Cali Salsa Fest, and the Petronio Álvarez Pacific Music Festival.

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Providencia Island, Greater Colombian Caribbean: Golden Sean Boutique 

Golden Sea Casa Boutique, Providencia.
Photo courtesy of the hotel. 


Three hours by catamaran or 20 minutes by air from San Andrés lies a secluded island where you can enjoy vibrant underwater landscapes amidst the tranquility of the Great Colombian Caribbean. Golden Sea Casa Boutique is a hotel with a Caribbean soul, blending warm vibes, island culture essence, and the natural ambiance of the tropical dry forest of Providencia Island

The hotel offers a serene atmosphere amid the sound of waves, featuring local design and ancestral architecture of thatch and wood with artisanal details crafted from materials reclaimed from the sea. Amidst a stunning natural backdrop, you can experience the customs, music, art, and cuisine of the island's raizal people. 

Lover’s Bridge between Providencia and Santa Catalina.

Providencia Island is renowned for its stunning seven-tone blue marine rainbow, which you can observe in detail from the top of Crab Cay or while snorkeling. Near the island, you can visit Three Brothers Cay, Morgan’s Head, and the Old Providence McBean National Natural Park. The warmth of the island's people makes this destination the ideal place to discover the secret of tranquility.

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Bogotá, Colombian Eastern Andes: Casa Legado  

Alejandro’s room bathroom, Casa Legado, Bogotá.
Photo courtesy of the hotel. 


There are places in the capital where visitors can feel at home with all the comforts required when traveling through Colombia. An example of this is Casa Legado, a hotel where you'll be welcomed like family, with personalized attention. With a mid-20th-century style, the hotel features 13 rooms, each with exclusive decoration, catering to all tastes and needs.

Each space tells its own story, from the place where colonization began to the liberation route, as well as concepts inspired by the country's diversity, land of valleys, moors, and peaks, represented in the details of each room. Casa Legado's location in Quinta Camacho, surrounded by a variety of cafes, shops, galleries, and restaurants, allows you to experience the beauty of a traditional Bogotá neighborhood.

Historic Downtown, Bogotá.

A visit to Bogotá isn't complete without the traditional tour of the Historic Downtown, Plaza de Bolívar, and the Gold Museum, all located close to each other. In La Candelaria, you can enjoy the best local and international cuisine or climb Monserrate Hill for a panoramic view of the city. The capital can be visited at any time thanks to its climate, generally cool and overcast, offering activities, exhibitions, international festivals, and a vibrant nightlife and cultural scene throughout the year

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