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Hotel of the week: Tcherassi Hotel + Spa, Cartagena, Colombia

Colombian-born fashion designer Silvia Tcherassi has put her stamp on this 250-year-old mansion in the historic city of Cartagena de Indias.

Despite a down economy, Colombia’s “luxury quotient continues to bubble” with the Tcherassi Hotel + Spa, said Hilary Howard in The New York Times. Colombian-born fashion designer Silvia Tcherassi has put her stamp on this 250-year-old mansion in the historic city of Cartagena de Indias. The hotel’s colonial-style high ceilings and private balconies embrace the country’s past. Yet Tcherassi provides a touch of the new with open bathrooms, four pools, a full-service spa, a private lounge with an outdoor bar, and custom toiletries and robes designed by none other than Tcherassi herself.
Contact: Tcherassihotels.com

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