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If you want to ensure that your stay in Cartagena is exceptional, spend a night at the Hotel Boutique LM. It's located on a quiet street in the historic Bolivar Park area close to the center of the city. The rooms are cozy and air conditioned and the hotel has fine restaurants and incredible decor. You won't want to leave!
The Blue House Hostel is a hotel aimed at kitesurfers. I have no interest in the sport, but I really enjoyed the atmosphere. There's good music by day, and it's calm at night. There's no hot water, but the truth is that it's quite normal and you won't miss it in the heat of Cartagena. A very pleasant place to stay in the heart of the walled city, with charming staff and good prices. Highly recommended.
Its location is what I liked the most: it's in the historic centre, so you can see all the activity and life of the city. The architecture is really interesting, there's great service, and there's an interesting tennis shop below. Highly recommended.
I've been wondering whether or not I should write this place up, because it seems that the owners really don't care about their hotel's publicity. They have no website, information is minimal, and it took over 24 hours to respond to my email query. But I wanted to stay here for personal reasons... To keep it short, Casa Peter is a beautiful colonial house in Cartagena that belonged to Peter Tomkins, an American writer who wrote the book "The Secret Life of Plants", which was the basis for a documentary with a soundtrack by Stevie Wonder, and a 1979 album that I have long cherished as one of my favourites.
Peter died in 2007, and his house has been converted. There's no reception, and you have to knock on the door. The cleaning lady gives you a look, as if deciding whether or not you're worthy of being a client. She told me the manager would be here in a while, and in the meantime I could take a look at the house. It's hard to describe: it has 2 floors, but there are seven different staircases leading to places, sometimes closed. There's a colonial courtyard full of plants, and the only hotel-style touch is the two jacuzzis. The construction seems to consist of a series of impossible, Escher-like staircases.
The rooms are all different, some are duplex, and prices vary from 30 to 100 €, breakfast included, but no A/C, which in Cartagena can be a problem, since the humidity is high and temperatures rise above 30 degrees. But I really enjoyed it, and it was a unique experience to stay here. It's a haven of peace in sometimes noisy Cartagena, where most taxi drivers seem to regard honking their horn as a hobby. The street does not appear on maps, but it is very easy to get from Santo Domingo street, pass the Plaza Santo Domingo, and at the end of the street, almost on the walls, on the right is Casa Peter, the secret life of a hotel in Cartagena.