The Hotel Monterrey was is a restored and refurbished republican building, designed by the French architect Gaston Lelarge in the late nineteenth century. It is conveniently located across from the Independence Square and the historic center of the city of Cartagena, just steps from the Convention Center and just 10 minutes from Rafael Nunez Airport.
The top floor of the hotel is dedicated to the Mirador Terrace. It offers the best views of the walled city. Here guests can enjoy cocktails and a pool bar. On the first floor is the hotel's restaurant-bar, "Brasserie Montaigne" where guests can enjoy local , international and French cuisine.
The hotel offers 30 comfortable rooms, decorated in colonial traditions.
Comfortable rooms overlooking the inner courtyard of the hotel, with a double bed, comfortable mattresses, a bathroom, LCD TV, internet WI FI, telephone, hair dryer, barber mirror, room safe, clock radio, air conditioning and minibar service upon request.
Rooms overlooking the Clock Tower or to the Convention Center Julio Cesar Turbay, high ceilings, air conditioning and fans, comfortable mattresses, a bathroom, LCD TV, Internet WI FI, telephone, hair dryer, mirror barber, room safety, clock radio, air conditioning and minibar on request.
One the home of prominent physician, Dr. Manuel Francisco Obregon, in 1905 the Dr. Obregon hired the French architect Gastón Lelarge for the intervention of this two-story colonial house and turn it into a beautiful three-story house republican. In 1974 the building was purchased by the Millán Piñeres family who restored and refurbished the building into the Hotel Monterrey. In 2008 the Hotel Monterrey is sold by the family Millán Piñeres and it is now owned by a French-Colombian company.