Hábita Suites | Cali | Colombia

Santiago de Cali

Is an important industrial city built on commodities such as sugarcane and cotton, and is Colombia’s transport gateway to the Pacific.

Cali’s cheerful nature is manifested in salsa, a Caribbean rhythm that is danced here among the sugarcane in its own unique way. Civic mindedness, festive, cheerful mood and creativity have been constant characteristics over the time in Santiago de Cali inhabitants.

Not only for those borned here but for immigrants that have settled in the so called Surcursal del Cielo, this unbreakable optimism has allowed the city to keep forward even in difficult times in the past.

A complete guide for your visit in Cali

Colombia is back

Three decades after the civil conflict, the country is now a safe place and travelers are discovering what they have missed. Its diversity amazes visitors, whom could choose between modern cities, magnificent Caribbean beaches or tours within Amazon jungle, as well as big business and investment opportunities that placed Colombia as the fifth foreign direct investment country in the world at the beginning of 2012.

In order for you to have a pleasant stay, we recommend you to follow the basic but important safety recommendations to ensure a pleasing time:

1. Use the safety box is placed at your hotel/apartment for your valuables.

2. It is not recommended to walk alone in the city at night. Try not to wear jewelry, or use cellphone, digital or video cameras.

3. If you need to take a taxi please use the cab service at your hotel or call them directly. Try not to take taxis on the street.

4. In case you need to exchange foreign money into Colombian pesos, look for authorized exchange houses preferably located inside a mall.

Business hours are usually between 8:00 am to 12:00 am and from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Usually Saturdays are free but some companies work during the morning.

Monday to Friday:
8.00 am - 11.30 am | 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Saturdays and End of the Month:
9.00 am - 11.00 am

Monday to Friday: 9.00 am - 7.00 pm

March to December. Keep in mind not to count the two weeks before and after Christmas, as well as the week before and after Semana Santa (Holy week). Business vacations are usually taken in December, January, June and July.

International driver’s license is required.