We dedicate the award to our wonderful team of staff and to the community of Providencia Island for making the hotel and island such a special and unique destination for both national and international tourists.
(PRWEB) October 25, 2013
Deep Blue, a luxury boutique hotel in Providencia Island that has been operating under new ownership for just 15 months, last Friday 18 October 2013 won the prestigious Rosa de los Vientos “Best Boutique Hotel in Colombia 2013” award from ACOPET, the association of Colombian journalists and travel writers. The once every 5 years award is widely regarded as being the most important award in Colombia’s travel industry. There were a total of 14 award categories, with Deep Blue winning the “best boutique hotel in Colombia” category.
“This prize is the fruits of our hard work over the last 5 years. We thank all the journalists for choosing us as the best boutique hotel over such strong competition throughout Colombia. With so many excellent boutique hotels throughout Colombia, in well-known tourist destinations such as Cartagena, Santa Marta, Medellin, Cali, Pereira and Bogota, we are very proud to have been nominated the best in Colombia. We dedicate the award to our wonderful team of staff and to the community of Providencia Island for making the hotel and island such a special and unique destination for both national and international tourists,” said Director German Gomez, who received the award at Best Western Plus hotel in Bogota.
Deep Blue is remotely located on Providencia Island of the San Andres Archipelago in the Caribbean of Colombia. Twelve luxuriously furnished rooms have spectacular sea views towards towards the nearby McBean Lagoon National Park. Double rooms cost from 510,000 Colombian pesos, while the spectacular Luxury Suites have private infinity edged plunge-pools at a cost of 845,000 pesos per night for two people, including breakfast at the seaside restaurant. Activities possible locally include scuba diving the worlds third largest barrier reef, snorkelling, kayaking, hiking, horseback riding, fishing and boat trips to remote Cayes. Using the hotel’s golf buggies, guests can explore the remote island and it’s undeveloped Caribbean beaches, as well as discover the island’s English-speaking roots and Raizal culture.
For more information about the best boutique hotel in Colombia, see http://www.hoteldeepblue.com. Flights are via San Andres Island with the airline Satena.