Sol Caribe Hotel, Providencia and Santa Catalina, Colombia

Sol Caribe Hotel is a beautiful hotel located in the Agua Dulce sector and is part of an 8 national hotel chain. The hotel offers 35 comfortable rooms equipped with hot water, Wi-Fi, cable TV, air conditioning and comfortable beds. Rooms have excellent views of the ocean and beautiful sunsets. 

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Latitude: 13.336802 Longitude: -81.393729 Elevation: 2 ft
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Specialities and Highlights

Our restaurant at the edge of the beach offers a variety of meals with emphasis on Colombia's gastronomy. This establishment is eco-friendly. We offer snorkeling, diving, hiking, walking and horseback riding tours. 

Hours Open

Reception desk hours are from 7:00 am - 11:00 pm. Night staff is available to assist you with your needs.  

Restaurant hours:

Breakfast: 7:00 am - 9:30 am.

A la carte service: 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm.

Dinner: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm.

Seasons Open

Open all year round. 

Price Style for this Establishment

Our PAM plan includes breakfast, dinner and hotel insurance: prices range between $135,000 per person during the low season to $180,000 during the high season. 

Single rooms: $165,000 during low season; $210,000 during high season. 

Intense Sun PAM Plan: $85,000 per person, from February 10 -17; March 10 - April 17; May 12 -19; June 9 - 16; July 7- 19,;August 19 - 26; September 1 - 15; October 14 - 21; November 4 - 11; and December 1 - 15: 

We have rooms that can accommodate up to 5 people. Children under 11 years of age pay 50% of the rates.

Actions taken to promote environmental or social sustainability

We are a hotel certified in environmental quality, that obligates us to preserve our resources, which we undertake through our Office of Quality and Environmental Management. Our hotel has a wastewater treatment plant that reuses grey water for plants. We respect institutions such as Coralina and refrain from selling products such as crabs between April 1st and July 31st and we do not sell conch (caracol), which is permanently banned. Upon arrival, guests are given information regarding the island's biosphere reserve and how they can assist in preserving it. Throughout our property we have signage for the preservation of our natural resources. All of our staff is trained to provide guests with clear and accurate information regarding how best to preserve the islands environment and natural resources. 


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