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LOS HABANEROS 3 Stars

  C/ San Diego, 60 , 30202

The hotel also offer some meeting rooms with a capacity up to 150 people, laundry services, wi-fi connection, vending machine and parking facilities. Oct/07 sa Read more

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MANOLO 3 Stars

  Avda. Juan Carlos I, 7, 30310

This hotel is ideal for those that want to experience the southern city of Cartagena or surrounding areas. (AB04/04) Read more

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CARTAGONOVA 4 Stars

  C/ Marcos redondo, 3, 30201

The hotel has a big Spa with massage and beauty service and a fitness room. Oct/07 sa Read more

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LA MANGA CLUB LAS LOMAS VILLAGE 4 Stars

  La Manga Club, s/n, 30389

This hotel complex was completely renovated in 2003. Built in the style of a Spanish village, it comprises a total of 111 apartments. Read more

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LA MANGA CLUB HOTEL PRINCIPE FELIPE 5 Stars

  La Manga Club, s/n, 30389

The first-class hotel comprises 185 double rooms and 7 suites spread over 3 floors. Guests may make use of the lobby area with 24-hour reception desk, 2 bars, 1 piano bar and air-conditioned... Read more

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NH CARTAGENA 4 Stars

  Real 2. Plza. Héroes de Cavite, 30201

Very good quality hotel. Read more

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APARTAMENTOS TURÍSTICOS MEDITERRÁNEO 3 Stars

  Calle Budapest, 10.38, Bloque 1, 30353

Property Location Located in Cartagena (Costa Calida), Apartamentos Turísticos Mediterráneo is close to Punic wall of Cartagena and Cartagena Bull Ring. This apartment is within close proximity of... Read more

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ALFONSO XIII 4 Stars

  Paseo Alfonso XIII, 40, 30203

The classic-style Sercotel Best Western Alfonso XIII is located in the commercial and financial heart of Cartagena, just 500 metres from the city’s historic centre. A pleasant stroll away from... Read more

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SERCOTEL CARLOS III 3 Stars

  Carlos III, 49, 30201

The hotel offers a car rental, business center, the inn "Las Viñas", a private dining room, disabled facilities, fax, laundry service, non-smoking floor and public parking with special rates for... Read more

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POSADAS DE ESPANA CARTAGENA 3 Stars

  Av. De Luxemburgo, S/N - PARQUE EMPRESARIAL CABEZO BEAZA, 30353

This 3 star hotel is located within the city of Cartagena. The Hotel has a coffee shop and a fitness centre/gym. Read more

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NH CAMPO CARTAGENA 3 Stars

  Ciudadela, 24, 30203

Unwind with a cocktail at the lobby bar or enjoy fresh-from-the-market local cuisine at our restaurant. And, with our stylishly appointed and fully equipped function rooms, and NH Campo Cartagena... Read more

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LA MANGA CLUB HOTEL PRÍNCIPE FELIPE 5 Stars

  Los Belones, La Manga Club, 30389 La Manga del Mar Menor

This hotel is located in the city centre of Cartagena. Read more

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Discover Cartagena - Costa Blanca

Cartagena is a seaport in southeast Spain on the Mediterranean Sea, in the autonomous community of Murcia. The co-ordinates of Cartagena are 37°36′N 0°59′W. It is a walled town and has a fine harbour defended by forts. In the time of Philip II of Spain, it was a major naval seaport of Spain. It's still an important naval seaport and there is a big naval shipyard. It was founded about 230 BC by Carthaginian General Hasdrubal as Carthago Nova (New Carthage. Incidentally Qart Hadast, the Punic name of Carthago means "new city".) When it was taken by Scipio in 209 BC it was said to be one of the richest cities in the world. Hannibal got silver from the mines there to carry on the war against Rome. In 1873, the garrison arose against the First Spanish Republic and formed the independent Cartagena Canton. Since they had the best part of the Spanish Navy, they cruised the Spanish Mediterranean trying to bring them to Cantonalism. The Federalist Spanish government declared them a pirate fleet, encouraging foreign countries to chase and sink them. Cartegena's sense of self-importance appeared again during the establishment of Autonomous Communities in Spain. Some Cartageneros were not happy to be in the same region as inland Murcianos. The Autonomy Act struck a compromise by having Murcia as the seat of the regional government and Cartagena as the seat of the parliament. Cartagena has many archaeologic sites. Throughout the old centre you can find museums with remains of Roman buildings. Cartagena was the birthplace of Isidore of Seville, the Director of the Holy See (Vatican) Press Office Joaquin Navarro Valls and the Spanish writer Arturo Pérez Reverte.

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