Casa Martina is located just a few steps from the Plaza de la Santisima Trinidad in the heart of Getsemaní, one of the most traditional, popular and picturesque neighborhoods surrounded by walls. Its alleys are decorated with murals painted by local artists. The house is located in the middle of restaurants and squares of Getsemani, cradle of the Independence of Cartagena de Indias. The house has 3 rooms, each with their private bathrooms, a living room and dining room. Further the house has a pool, and a rooftop jacuzzi. Cable TV and WiFi service throughout the house and with capacity for 11 guests this house is perfect for budget planners.
Once the territory of low-budget adventurers, Getsemaní has become one of the hippest and popular places to stay in Cartagena. Get lost amid the Spanish colonial architecture, dance halls, graffiti art, boutique hotels, food vendors, public plazas, and poets in one of Cartagena’s most authentic, best-kept secrets. The neighborhood’s narrow streets are packed with small hotels, hostels, restaurants and bars and the rumba goes well into the morning. Getsemaní has some of the city’s best nightlife options, including Bazurto Social Club and the always-popular Café Havana. If dancing isn’t quite your thing, indulge in one of Getsemani’s renowned restaurants for an authentic Colombian lunch or fresh ceviche, or head down Calle de la Media Luna to the charming plaza, where families and friends gather at night to eat, gossip and enjoy the break from the heat.