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Tcherassi Hotel and Spa

Cartagena, Colombia


Where Art and Hospitality Intertwine

The Collection

From the moment you step into our tranquil lobby, you become immersed in the creation of world-class fashion designer Silvia Tcherassi, for whom the hotel is named. Every detail of our boutique hotel, from the chic dining options down to the luxurious bedding, has been hand chosen to express her signature style and awaken the senses, complimenting the natural beauty of Cartagena, Colombia.

large white bedroom with tv stand console at the foot of the bed

Stunning View From Every Suite


The restored colonial building we call home offers endless character for our guests to enjoy. Each of the 42 open-spaced guest rooms and suites offer stunning cityscape or garden views from private balconies. Silvia has carefully designed each room to possess her signature style, with vast white space, subtle splashes of color, and ambient lighting. Guests will find plenty to do onsite at our various restaurants, luxurious spa, Tcherassi fashion boutique, and lounge.

outdoor wrap-around bar in a covered area

Elevate Your Events Meetings

  • 80-150capacity


  • Flexible venue space
  • Internal planning team
  • Catering available
  • Live music available
  • Open bar available

Find Things To Do In Cartagena, Colombia

Things to do

yellow building and tall building with clock at top

Parroquia San Pedro Claver

Located in the Plaza de San Pedro Claver, this marvelous church is a fine example of the 16th-century architecture for which the old city is known.

couple sitting together on stone ledge

Cafe Del Mar

If you want an exceptional sunset, drink in your hand, conversation with locals, and hypnotic lounge music setting the mood, this is the place to be.

outside view of castle

Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas

Standing watch over the city is this incredible castle, which took over 150 years to build. For a small fee, visitors are able to wander its narrow tunnels and climb to the top for stunning views of Cartagena.