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Eco Hotel Islabela features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Isla Grande. Among the various facilities of this property are a private beach area and a terrace. The location, staff, food....everything surpassed our expectations. Highly recommended for a Caribbean getaway just outside Cartagena
Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Hotel Isla del Sol is located on Isla Grande Island in the Rosario Islands archipelago. It offers on-site water sports and a private beach area. The room I stayed in was very large, comfortable and had a large patio. The staff was great and met every need that we had. The food that was included had many options to choose from and was all great.
Located inside the Archipielago de las Islas natural park, Coralina Isla Boutique features a restaurant, a private beach area, and a solarium in Cartagena de Indias. Amazing place to get away from the heat of Cartagena and the city in general. Staff is incredibly helpful, in particular the hotel manager (Kevin) who really makes a difference for the guests and who speaks great English. The food was very good. We also went for a diving trip one day and Kevin organized everything with the diving company, so we did not have to care about anything. Pick up service from hotel to the port was also great. Great stay.
Facing the beachfront in Isla Grande, Isla Tijereto features a restaurant and a bar. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Isla Tijereto is a great spot for a short island stay! It is a small house next to the water with multiple private rooms, a few common spaces, and a lovely front porch with hammocks and a private dock. The room we had was large, clean and stylish, with a private bathroom. Didier and Florencia were amazing hosts! They greeted us attentively at the dropoff and told us all about the island. Didier hooked us up with local tours to snorkel and see bioluminescent plankton. It is not high-end, but it is a very casual and relaxing spot to swim, sunbathe on the private beach, and explore the Caribbean. Highly recommend!
Eco hotel La Cocotera is located in Cartagena de Indias. This accommodations offers a terrace, snack bar, and children’s playground. Each room at the hotel includes a fan. The location was excellent with a nice private beach. You could walk into the little town to shop at the tiendas or to the Laguna at night to swim with iridescent plankton. The staff was super friendly, attentive, and helpful. The food was tasty as well, especially the pescado!
Located in Isla Grande, Eco-Hotel Mar Adentro has accommodations with private balconies. Featuring a tour desk, this property also welcomes guests with a restaurant and a terrace. The bungalow was actually very very nice, with its own shower and toilet. Surprisingly comfortable and clean, no bugs at all either. Breakfast was nice.
Providing a restaurant, Eco Hotel Las Palmeras provides accommodations in Isla Grande. Guests at the lodge can enjoy a continental or a à la carte breakfast. Eco Hotel Las Palmeras has a terrace. We’ve had an amazing stay at Las Palmeras. The garden is beautiful and it’s close to some nice beaches. The huts are basic, but have everything you need: hammock in front, nice bed with clean sheets, towels, shelving unit, mosquito net. They serve great meals for a good price and there is a little ‘supermarket’. Don’t expect a lot of luxury: it’s on an island. Power comes from solar panels and the water they use is collected rainwater. Last but not least: staff is really relaxed and nice. Got contacted a week before our check-in about transport to the island, so don’t worry about that. If you’re interested in snorkeling, you should ask the staff. Bikes are for rent and cheap, but not the best quality. Take enough cash with you for your stay, food and transport.
Featuring a beachfront location, free WiFi and a terrace, Ecohotel El Hamaquero offers pet-friendly accommodations in Isla Grande, 22 mi from Cartagena de Indias. Great place! We loved our room, the hammocks, the staff was super kind, we had amazing tours, it was all so relaxing and beautiful. They can teach you how to scuba dive, you can rent kayaks, bikes and sup boards and they have nice food on the site. If you want to go to town, they help you find your way. The only negative point was the noise of the dogs in the night, but that’s more an island thing than specifically of this hotel.
Located in Rosario Natural Park on the Caribbean ocean, a 55-minute speed boat ride from Santa Cruz Pier, this hotel offers private beach access on wild Rosario Islands. Luxurious and surrounded by natural beauty! Each room has a hammock and chairs on the patio, staff were so friendly and thoughtful! Private beach was so peaceful and great access to lots of activities on the island.
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Featuring a restaurant, Eco hostal los cocos is set in Isla Grande and also provides a garden and a terrace. The guesthouse has family rooms. This place is wonderful! Lizabeth one of the best host ever!
Casa Lola Isla Grande Hostel has a restaurant, bar, a garden and terrace in Isla Grande. The property has a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests. The room is so clean. Foods are so tasty. The hostel has a beautiful garden.
Offering a garden and great location, Eco Hotel Campo Verde provides accommodations in Isla Grande. The people were very nice and helpful and explained everything really good.
Located in Isla Grande, 8 miles from Isla Barú, Ecohotel Casa Blanca has a restaurant and free WiFi. The family stay has a sun terrace. Guests can also relax in the garden or on the shared lounge... Staff and location are perfect. The hotel is literally on the beach.
Providing a restaurant, Punta Nativa Isla Grande provides accommodations in Isla Grande. An American breakfast is available daily at the lodge. Excellent location with a quiet bay to snorkel in
Featuring a beachfront location, free WiFi and a terrace, Ecohotel El Hamaquero offers pet-friendly accommodations in Isla Grande, 22 mi from Cartagena de Indias. Great place! We loved our room, the hammocks, the staff was super kind, we had amazing tours, it was...
Providing garden views, Eco Hotel Bosque Encantado in Isla Grande provides accommodations and a garden. A bicycle rental service is available at the campground. Idyllic place in the middle of paradise!
On average, 3-star hotels in Isla Grande cost $0 per night, and 4-star hotels in Isla Grande are $0 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Isla Grande can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Horrible island. Tourist trap. Impossible to get anywhere on this island there is tons of trails and NO instructions nowhere. Zero. I have never seen something like that. It is extremely frustrating to try to get somewhere on this island. We sometimes asked the locals for directions and they sent us in the opposite direction, they also say it will take us 30 minutes to get somewhere when really it took us 10 minutes. Local restaurant owners are not friendly and inviting at all, we tried to eat at a restaurant and the lady told us no. We were shocked. There is absolutely nothing to see on this island. People living there are extremely poor, it’s very sad to see. There is also a lot of garbages everywhere, its very dirty and unkept. To get there and to come back is also a nightmare. All in all a horrible experience.
It is a very lovely island and a great place to experience Afro-Carribean culture. There are problems with trash and litter that the locals seem to be making an effort to address. Plenty of trash bins around, many seem to need to be empty and some folks still throw their plastic wrappers and bottles on the ground. It is a constant struggle I'm sure.
Charming little island. Perfect for a two-day stay. I would recommend to do snorkeling and to see the fluorescent plancton at a romantic Laguna. If you stay inland you should now that the island has a problem with waste disposal.
It’s a little slice of heaven. The main activities we did were eating delicious food, lounging in the sun, swimming in the warm water, and having a tropical drink or two. Our area was very quiet, so if that’s what you’re interested in I highly recommend.
Isla Grande was the perfect retreat for us. We spent 2 days away from the hustle of the city, drinking cold Aguilas and swaying in the breeze. We didn't have air con and couldn't have been happier!
At the price charged, we could have been at a better beach with better food in better accommodations. The mediocre food was strictly rationed with extra charges for snacks and water between meals. The rooms were basic at best. The two-engine boat had engine trouble both ways. On the way back, we traveled with only one functional engine for an hour as the boat rolled from side to side and then had to switch boats mid-sea.
The accommodation was nice. You can reach the beaches within walking distance. Via the Hotel you can also arrange different tours (like visiting mangroves, the bioluminescent Bay and snorkeling). For us the tours weren't overwhelming but all in all OK since you also want to experience some of the island and not only spend your time on the beach. The food in the hotel was great and the staff as well. We can recommend visiting the place :) we can recommend you arranging the transport to the island via the hotel.
Hotel Isla del Sol is a good eco lodge in Isla Grande. The staff - namely Osvaldo and William - were incredibly kind and sweet. The pool is a definite plus since the enclosed beach area isn’t so great. We did the snorkel trip which was $300CP - about $100US - and it was pretty good. Three different snorkel spots, a beach visit and then riding around the boat seeing the islands. Seeing the sunken plane was pretty cool! We liked the tranquil nights when all the day people left. Food was good too.
Location is perfect: 5 min walk from a nice beach, playa libre, very quiet and mangrove on the other site. Town is 15 min nice walk, but 2 casa with restaurants, bbq fish on the beach for lunch and a little shop with vegetables (you can use the kitchen here) nearby. Nice breakfast, helpfull owners, electricity all night so the little ventilors worked, a hammack in front of your door! Take the boot with Mary cartagena and you will be dropped 5 min walk from the hotel, take enough money.
THE FOOD IS AWESOME. Nicely cooked fresh fish every day, that's a luxury. The place is really beautiful. The staff pays attention to the detail. The room with the sea view is so nice. Perfect place to snorkeling. The owner arranged alternative transportation because there where no boats to Cartagena due to bad weather conditions, otherwise we would have lost our flight. They offer free coffe and free bottled water.
Wonderful eco hostel mins away from Playa Libre. Wandering around Isla Grande is a dream. The staff at Las Palmeras isn’t always around but if you’ve scheduled something with them, they’ll be there right on time. Great tours like snorkeling, biolumencent plankton, and bike tours offered through the hostel.
The hotel is on a very nice place, great for swimming and snorkeling...we have seen other hotels on the island where the sea is very wild and not good for swimming. The hotel is very simpel but everything you need is there. Very nice and clean room. A good place to relax and enjoy
The location is good like everything in isla grande, is a good place to rest and to wake up early in the morning, decent food, the waitress at the dinner and breakfast were very friendly and helpful, always looking to please us, we like that very much
It’s an amazing place to stay. Despite the lack of resources in the island, the staff from Eco Hotel Campo Verde makes it easier for you.
The location, staff, food....everything surpassed our expectations. Highly recommended for a Caribbean getaway just outside Cartagena