HOTEL HACIENDA EL SALITRE
We offer a deluxe suite with a small thermal pool; exclusive rooms to live unique experiences full of history.
We offer an exclusive list of liquors, cocktails and imported and national wines that you can enjoy in a colonial environment.
Our restaurant offers varied national cuisine to delight in an architectural place, open to travelers who want to visit.
Hacienda el Salitre Hotel in Paipa, has 23 comfortable rooms for its guests, Single, Double and Family Rooms, these colonial-style rooms are decorated with traditional carved wooden furniture.
You can reserve the Lanceros Suite, the room where the great Simón Bolívar rested, it is located on the ground floor and it is one of the most visited places.
In addition to its history and architectural details, which remain admirably preserved, the Hacienda del Salitre Hotel offers all the comforts that quality tourism has.
Likewise, it offers innumerable activities to enjoy nature and the outdoors through the beautiful landscapes of the department of Boyacá.
- Thermal pool
- Wellness Center / Spa
- Business center
- Conference hall
- Room Service
- Satelital TV
- Day Outings
Near to Paipa
We have at our guests and visitors disposal an elegant Restaurant, which offers a diverse menu of typical Gastronomy of the region and main courses that mix flavors from many places worldwide, which are enjoyed in an ideal atmosphere, where valuable elements of the time are kept.
You can visit our restaurant every day and enjoy an extensive gastronomic menu.
Undoubtedly, the greatest attraction of this Hotel, the old Casona del Salitre, is its colonial past.
We offer an exclusive club of imported and national wines, liquors and cocktails, accompanied by live music (in the holydays). What makes a perfect environment to spend unforgettable evenings or nights, in the heat of the fireplace.
Some tourists fans of history, say that the environment evokes the blows of horse’s helmets of the patriot army and the strong and authoritarian Liberator’s voice, who stayed overnight there during Pantano de Vargas’ Battle.