Conrad Hotels & Resorts Announces First Colombia Property, 2018 Opening Conrad Cartagena

The new resort enhances Cartagena’s elegance featuring three pools, a golf course, seven dining outlets and fitness center

 

Conrad Cartagena Exterior FP

 

Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Hilton's smart luxury hotel brand, today announces the opening of Conrad Cartagena, the brand's first hotel in Colombia and third in Latin America. The oceanfront oasis on the north side of the iconic Walled City welcomes guests to the shores of the Caribbean Sea.

 

"With Cartagena being one of the most popular destinations in the country, we are proud to announce the opening of Conrad Cartagena as the newest addition to our luxury portfolio in the region," said Tom Potter, senior vice president, operations, Latin America and the Caribbean, Hilton. "We recognize the significance of this city in Colombia and have placed a focus on the expansion of our portfolio throughout the country."

 

Conrad Cartagena opens with 109 uniquely designed guestrooms and suites, featuring neutral tones, contemporary wood furniture, marble décor, and artwork from Colombian artists, Pedro Ruiz and Kiko Kairuz. Large windows and high ceilings provide natural light and views of the Caribbean Sea or the expertly designed, Jack Nicklaus golf course. Each room has a spacious bathroom with separate tub and shower, two sinks and custom toiletries. In early 2018, the property will also unveil an additional 159 rooms.

 

"As the brand's debut property in Colombia, Conrad Cartagena represents our continued commitment to expanding Conrad's footprint in Latin America," said John Vanderslice, global head, Conrad Hotels & Resorts. "We look forward to offering guests an innovative way to stay inspired by introducing travelers to the brand's exceptional hospitality and curating experiences that pay tribute to luxury living."

 

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