Year-round sunshine, exquisite colonial architecture and a vibrant gastronomic and party scene make Cartagena the undisputed gem of La Costa Caribe. Since its founding in 1533 the port city has been shaped by trade, prosperity and war, with its cultural soul found within the walled Old Town that overlooks the bay.
Here quaint plazas and cobblestone streets play host to an enchanting array of pastel-coloured walls, blooming flowers and airy terraces. Step through a charming wooden door into the sun-dappled courtyard of Hotel Quadrifolio, a sublimely restored colonial-era house now providing a luxurious oasis from the heat and activity of Cartagena's heart.
A symphony of white archways, dark wooden beams and blue skies breathe a timeless elegance, while original coral stone columns highlight the hotel's rich heritage. Scattered throughout the building's levels are crafted art pieces drawing on Colombian, African and Chilean inspiration. This unique blend of hispanic style peppered with Caribbean flair is matched in the hotel's cuisine, from hearty breakfast arepas to zingy caribeño ceviche.
In the eight spacious rooms, gorgeous high ceilings and tall windows provide ample light and cool circulating air. This authentic preservation of the original design is complemented with modern technology to ensure guests relax in the height of comfort. Added to this tranquil mood is the attentive care paid to guests by the service team, providing a home away from home.
The hotel's eponymous four-leafed insignia represents an unfaltering commitment to core values: elegance, privacy, comfort and service. Guests will be hard-pressed to find anything short of perfection in these aspects during their stay.