The Radisson Cartagena Ocean Pavillion Hotel, Colombia opens

Radisson opened the Radisson Cartagena Ocean Pavillion Hotel in Cartagena, Colombia. The 233-room beachfront resort is located on La Boquilla Beach, off the northeastern coast of Colombia and offers views of the Caribbean. 

The Radisson Cartagena Ocean Pavillion Hotel guestrooms include five room types from standard rooms to deluxe master suites. The hotel also offers Business Class rooms with upgraded amenities and services to include breakfast, early check-in and more.

The resort’s amenities include complimentary, high-speed, wireless Internet access; a business center; the Ocean Pavillion Spa & Gym and a full-service salon; an infinity outdoor pool with stunning ocean views; classes on Caribbean culture; Colombian cuisine; marine life; and local crafts.

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The hotel offers more than 11,000 square feet of indoor, flexible function space, a grand ballroom and multi-use meeting rooms, along with grounds for outdoor meetings and events. On-site dining options include Palenque Restaurant serving seafood, steaks and traditional Caribbean dishes; Yarabí Cafeteria for a quick snack or light meal; the Pool Bar for handmade Caribbean cocktails and fun food; the Sal Marina Beach Kiosk; or the open-air, Lobby Bar Tambora. 24-hour room service is also available.

The hotel is minutes from the Cartagena de Indias Convention Center and downtown Cartagena and near landmarks such as the Fortress of San Felipe de Barajas, Cartagena Gold Museum, the Vaults, the Heredia Theater and La Aduana Square.

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