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Sunset Hotel 3.0

San Andres Island, San Andres and Providencia Department, Colombia

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  • Right across the street from the beach
  • Simple rooms have flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and electronic safes
  • Lovely colorful grounds full of greenery
  • Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus alfresco dining available
  • Breakfast included in all rates, plus lunch/dinner can also be added to rates
  • Outdoor pool with swim-up bar, and a separate kids' pool
  • On-site dive shop
  • Bike, motorcycle, and snorkeling gear rentals available 
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout


  • Not much in immediate area; no dining options nearby
  • Simple, no-frills interiors
  • Bathrooms are basic, plus not all have hot water showers
  • Wi-Fi signal is slow

Bottom Line

This simple three-pearl hotel makes a good base for travelers seeking proximity to the beach on San Andres Island. With just 16 guest rooms, the atmosphere is tranquil and relaxed, and though spaces are a bit basic, colorful grounds with lush greenery make for an inviting setting. Rooms have flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and air-conditioning, plus all have private bathrooms -- but not all have hot water showers. The hotel has an outdoor pool with a swim-up bar, a kids' pool, and a restaurant serving breakfast (included in all rates), lunch, and dinner. Though there's a lovely beach right across the street, the location is a bit inconvenient as there's not much in the area. For something in the town of San Andres, check out Portobelo Convention Center (though there's no pool).

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Casual and relaxed mid-range property with simple interiors and colorful, lush grounds

This mid-range family-owned hotel is a relaxed and casual base that attracts budget travelers on a beach vacation. Lush greenery fills the grounds, which are vibrant with color: palm trees feature colorfully painted trunks and the hotel buildings are painted with bright orange and blue hues. Interiors are quite simple, but pleasant enough; the lobby is a small and functional space encased in windows overlooking the grounds. It has some conveniences like vending machines and a collection of books. The restaurant is also a basic affair, but quaint in its simplicity, with white wooden walls contrasting red gingham curtains and table linens. Alfresco dining beneath thatched umbrellas is also available, on a patio sprouting lush plants and palms. Overall, this is a solid choice with a warm and welcoming atmosphere that attracts budget-minded travelers seeking something by the beach -- but those looking for proximity to dining options and other conveniences might want to look elsewhere.


Across the street from the beach on southwestern coast of San Andres island

The hotel is situated right across the street from the beach on the southwestern coast of San Andres island, a Colombian island in the Caribbean that's off the coast of Nicaragua. With lots of coral reefs, it's a popular destination for snorkeling and diving. There's not much in the immediate area; guests will have to drive, or take a cab or bus to explore more of the island or to reach dining options, so it might not be the most convenient location for all. Hoyo Soplador, a hole in the beach that shoots up ocean water, is a five-minute drive from the property. Some of the island's other top attractions include Morgan's Cave (13-minute drive), Spratt Bight Beach (30-minute drive), and Old Point Regional Mangrove Park (30-minute drive). Gustavo Rojas Pinilla International Airport is about a half-hour drive north. 


Clean, simple rooms have air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, and mini-fridges; plus private bathrooms, but not all have hot showers

Rooms here are fairly simple, but they're clean and homey. White walls and tile floors provide a clean backdrop to simple furnishings and colorful beachy paintings on the walls. Beds are topped with white linens. Colorful throws and accent pillows provide a pop of vibrancy, as do curtains. All rooms have desks, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, electronic safes, and air-conditioning, and though there's free WI-Fi, it's a bit spotty and not always reliable. Bathrooms are also a bit dated, but they're clean. They have external sinks located outside of the bathrooms, as well as being equipped with walk-in showers. Basic toiletries like soap are provided. Note that not all rooms have hot water showers.


Modest features include an outdoor pool with bar and kids' pool, plus a restaurant that serves three meals a day

Though it's a small hotel, the property offers a number of extras that add value and convenience to a stay here. There's a nice outdoor pool as well as a separate kids' pool; both are surrounded by loungers. It features a swim-up bar with seating in the water. Dining-wise, the hotel has a small restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast is included in all rates, plus guests can also include dinner and/or lunch in their bookings.

Guests can rent motorcycles, bikes, and snorkeling gear through the hotel. The property also has a dive shop that offers diving courses, equipment rentals. guided tours, and other services. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi, but the signal is slow.

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