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We stayed here for 5 nights and the positive parts of the hotel are:
- centrally located in the old town
- Beautiful rooftop pool and a few loungers when you’re in need of a break from sightseeing
- When asked to help, staff were...More
This hotel looks really nice online, and when you first walk in you think it's going to be great because it is very sleek and the rooms are clean. Also, on the plus side, it's in an excellent location. However, the noise level is awful....More
This place is 5 stars on all counts: excellent service, incredible rooftop pool and garden, perfect location, very quiet at night (I got great sleep!), and the breakfast was delicious. James especially was very helpful in giving us tips for enjoying the hotel and the...More
Great location near everything but also on a quit beautiful street. Wonderful staff who helped us set up transfers to the next location. Beautiful roof top pool. Room were wonderful and quiet. Could not recommend more highly!
We had an absolutely wonderful stay at Casa Claver. The location was perfect, all of the staff were extremely friendly (especially Carlos), and the pool views were stunning. Definitely would stay here again.
Response from Fabian11375 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Greg. I echo several comments made already. Parking inside the walled city is challenging. You cannot park on the streets, and parking lots are scarce. There is; however, one parking lot a short distance from Casa... More
Hi Greg. I echo several comments made already. Parking inside the walled city is challenging. You cannot park on the streets, and parking lots are scarce. There is; however, one parking lot a short distance from Casa Claver. It is next to the Parque de la Marina. It is not very big.
Cartagena is a small city, and distance between areas of interest is rather short. If you are staying local, I recommend walking or cabbing it.