This luxurious boutique hotel which has been lovingly restored and reimagined is located within the colourful and magical historic walled city. Casa San Agustin's art and architecture evoke the city's rich history as 17th-century Spanish stronghold. The hotel features 24 guest rooms and 6 suites, each taking its color cue from the nearby Caribbean Sea. All hotel rooms are beautifully designed and the different room types offer great options for different luxury travel styles. The highly recognized hotel restaurant, Alma, offers a big variety of local dishes prepared by the freshest ingredients. Alma is under the direction of Executive Chef Heberto Eljach, who draws on his experiences in Australia, Cambodia, Thailand and Indonesia to create menus of striking originality.
24-hour room service
24-hour reception/concierge desk service
Room types: Classic room (Standard room), Deluxe room, Junior Suite (with balcony), Premium room (with private terrace and plunge pool or Jacuzzi), Prestige Suite (2 bedrooms), Suite del Virrey (2 bedrooms).
Twice daily housekeeping service
Restaurant and Bar with indoor and outdoor dining options
Pool on 1st floor nearby lobby are (not very inviting)
2 terraces: 1 as sundeck with sunchairs and the other one for massage
Water, soft drinks, coffee and tea
Complimentary signature cocktail upon arrival
Complimentary Wireless Internet
1 x Meeting space (2nd floor) - Dimensions: 10.27m x 5.69m x 6 height
Setup's: Dinner for 40 pax, Board room: 14 pax, Cocktail 50 pax, Auditorium 56 with main table of 4
Private boat excursions to Islas del Rosario
In-house chef for private dinners
Agua Barú on private island with just 3 private Bungalows
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