La Casa Amarilla Hotel

The Casa Amarilla is a new guesthouse in Mompos (Bolivar) that Alba and I opened in 2008 with accessible prices for a variety of styles of room. We are in an unrivalled position just one block away from the iconic Santa Barbara church along the banks of the Magdalena river in the colonial heart of the town. Our guesthouse is one of the original colonial buildings in the town.

It has been a real labour of love, restoring and refurbishing a devastated colonial building with foundations dating back to the 16th Century, but one that has been both fun and rewarding. All the more so now that we are receiving guests from all over the world on a daily basis.

Our idea has always been to provide top quality yet unpretentious accommodation so that others can enjoy what we love about Mompos, the architecture, literature, nature and the people. The reason for the Casa Amarilla has been to provide jobs and stimulate economic growth in Mompos. We firmly believe that through tourism and its trickle down effect we can help change the situation here, for this reason we are well placed to send people out with local guides, to local restaurants and shops and ensure that the people of Mompos benefit from the Casa Amarilla.

Hopefully you can come and visit us soon!

You can book directly on our Casa Amarilla Mompos website or on AirBnB

 


Casa Colonial en Mompox

Mompos, Bolívar, Colombia

Idealmente ubicada en frente del rio y entre todos los puntos de interes en Mompos nuestra casa colonial con sus terrazas, habitaciones comodas y ambiente familiar es un punto acogedor como tu base…

 

For more information visit our reviews on TripAdvisor and listing in Lonely Planet

Off2 Colombia - Your Online Travel Guide to Colombia

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19 thoughts on “La Casa Amarilla Hotel

  1. learnspanishincolombia says:

    Amazing Monpox!. Beutiful house.

  2. Stunning review. I like to read about travelling and enjoy around the world.

  3. search here says:

    It will be really awesome vacation times in this amazing gust house. Peace and cam atmosphere and very good service will make our trip a very memorable moments in this green paradise. Thanks for sharing such interesting and helpful information.

  4. paul says:

    Our idea has always been to provide top quality yet unpretentious accommodation so that others can enjoy what we love about Mompos, the architecture, literature, nature and the people. pass4sure

  5. steveh says:

    Paul, I cant get the http://www.lacasaamarillamompos.com/ and have tried many times. Is the site down or redirected?
    I was wanting to visit some time soon, and to know how to find out the road conditions from Aguachica to El Banco to Mompos
    cheers
    Steve

    • Profile photo of Richard Richard says:

      Hi Steve, for some reason Claro/ Telmex is blocking the site from some web servers. Aguachica to El Banco is fine and from there to Mompos is half and half paved/ unpaved

  6. steveh says:

    thanks
    strange that Claro is doing that.
    I meant the back road via El Burro Tamalameque El Banco but I guess it depends on the rains…

    • Profile photo of Richard Richard says:

      Yes, from El Burro to Tamalameque is all paved barring 1km and in good condition, from T to El Banco it is unpaved but in good condition. From El Banco to Los Negritos they are doing a lot of work and from there to Guamal it\’s not great but from Boton de Leyva to Mompos it\’s mostly paved now. We are in summer and so it should be dry.

  7. lafseo says:

    nice blog.

  8. looks like a lovely place to say! house is beautiful

  9. 5-htp.pw says:

    We firmly believe that through tourism and its trickle down effect we can help change the situation here, for this reason we are well placed to send people out with local guides, to local restaurants and shops and ensure that the people of Mompos benefit from the Casa Amarilla.

  10. matiasdavid says:

    Hola Rochard! estuvimos en la casa amarilla en enero y disfrutamos mucho de la estadía. Escribimos una recomendación de la casa en nuestro blog de viaje por Colombia. Te invitamos a recorrerlo!!

    Saludos, Matias y Ana (Argentina)
    http://piesviajantes.wordpress.com/

  11. looks like a lovely place to say! house is beautiful

  12. Hi Richard,
    Pleased to meet you. We are from France, at present in Guatemala, and will reach Colombia for a 6 weeks trip within three weeks.
    We plan to stay at the Casa Amarilla for 4/5 nights arriving from La Playa de Belen on March 2. Do you have accurate information for us on the best way to join you in a one day trip (via El Banco or not?) At this stage, our best available info comes from "www.mompox.wordpress/tag/baranquilla". Many thanks for your answer . Alain and Marie de Wolf.

  13. Afton says:

    Some truly marvelous work on behalf of the owner of this web site , dead great articles .

  14. Harold Stephenson says:

    Richard could you please contact me about Jack Greenwell. All the best Harold Stephenson Crook County Durham England.

  15. Raffaela Acampora says:

    Hei Richard I saw on different forum that you can arrange a taxi from Santa Marta to Monpos, I will be in Santa Marta December 26 and almost at the end of my trip running out of time I don't want to come back to Cartagena to catch a more comfortable bus to get there. Would like to spend two days there if I can save time. Can you please tell me if it possible you organize taxi for me and how much will be the cost ? Thank you very much looking forward to get there Raffaela

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