Cabañas Agua Dulce, Providencia and Santa Catalina, Colombia

Cabañas Agua Dulce is a 24 wooden cabins hotel in harmony with the island's typical architecture, surrounded by exhuberant vegetation that makes this place refreshing. Each cabin has air conditioning, TV, private bathroom and balcony with a hammock.The hotel’s amenities include: a restaurant (Pirate Inn), pool, bar, games room, small events room and a pier for access to the sea. 

At our restaurant you can savour the island's typical food: conch pala, black crab, lobster, and the best fish such as rockfish, grouper and snapper. At Juanita's Sunset View Terrace, you can enjoy beautiful sunsets with a delicious happy hour cocktail from 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm.

We offer tours: visitation around the island by boat; snorkeling, hiking to El Pico, the highest point on the island, kayak rentals and bicycles, among other items.


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Latitude: 13.349937 Longitude: -81.390232 Elevation: 181 ft
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Specialities and Highlights

An ocean view terrace where guests can enjoy the beautiful sunsets and a private pier for the exclusive use of our guests. 

A restaurant that offers typical island cuisine, bar, pool, game room, and other amenities, which makes Cabañas Agua Dulce one of the best equipped hotels in Providencia.

Hours Open

Pirate Inn restaurant hours: Breakfast: 7:30 am - 9:30 am; Lunch: 12: 30 pm - 3:30 pm; Dinner: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm.

Juanita's Sunset View Happy Hour: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm.

Seasons Open

Open all year round. 

Price Style for this Establishment

Single room with breakfast: $200.000; Double room with breakfast: $240.000; and $300.000 with both breakfast and dinner. Triple room: $320.000 with breakfast and $410.000 with both breakfast and dinner.

Actions taken to promote environmental or social sustainability

Cabañas Agua Dulce recycles water and maintains the vegetation of the surrounding area. It is involved in the protection of various animal species. The hotels wooden construction and colors reflect the island’s culture and tradition.

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