Colombia travel Archive

Hacienda Bambusa in the Coffee Triangle of Colombia

Our latest Colombia luxury hotel review is a boutique property we’ve been meaning to get to for a while: Hacienda Bambusa outside of the city of Armenia. We have fond memories of the Coffee Triangle of Colombia after visiting the area twice, once on its own and once in conjunction with a visit to Cartagena [&hellip

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In Bogota, You Have Two Four Seasons Hotels to Choose From

There are very few cities in the world that have two Four Seasons hotels and they are mostly cities with a flood of BP and C-level business travelers, such as Boston, New York, and London. You can add a city from Latin America to that list though: Bogota, Colombia. Four Seasons Casa Medina A while [&hellip

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Our Review of Sofitel Bogota Victoria Regia Posted

We’ve had a correspondent in Colombia reviewing some new properties and filling in some gaps in our coverage. The latest luxury hotel review we’ve added is the Sofitel Victoria Regia in Bogota. This upscale property from the French chain Accor injects a little Parisian “Ooh La La” into this Latin American capital city. The public [&hellip

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Conrad Cartagena – Colombia’s Biggest Golf and Beach Resort

Colombia has never been a country with a history of golf courses and while the country has plenty of coastline, there haven’t been many full-fledged beach resorts. Its most popular city for tourists got a boost on both counts this year with the opening of Conrad Cartagena Resort. This Hilton brand property is well out [&hellip

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Your American Dollars Are Worth Plenty in Latin America

The worldwide currency markets are volatile and this can have a major impact on your travels. Some years the U.S. dollar is up overall, sometimes it is down. The ups and downs usually aren’t so dramatic in Latin America since some of the currencies are tied to the greenback. Ecuador and Panama even use it [&hellip

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Seeing the Best of Colombia on an Organized Travel Tour

Colombia is a sizable country with a lot of diversity for travelers, but it’s a mountainous country with significant distances between the most popular regions. That means you need one of two things if you want to get a proper taste of the destination as an independent traveler: 1) weeks of time or 2) really [&hellip

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