This award-winning luxury boutique resort is located on the beautiful island of Providencia, off the north coast of Colombia. Deep Blue is the ultimate tropical paradise, surrounded by lush tropical rainforest overlooking Crabb Caye and the turquoise Caribbean Sea.
Superb facilities include a restaurant, bar and a rooftop terrace with a Jacuzzi. It boasts 12 elegant rooms and suites, each tastefully decorated in a colour palette of blues and white inspired by the ocean. Each one features a private balcony, the perfect spot to spend a lazy afternoon as you admire the views of the Caribbean. For those wishing to indulge, it is worth upgrading to a suite.
There is a multitude of experiences and activities on offer including boat cruises to explore nearby cayes, romantic picnics on deserted beaches, scuba diving, trekking, fishing and snorkelling with turtles. Back at the resort, enjoy a soak in the Jacuzzi as you admire the spectacular views.
Deep Blue Information
- Location & Getting There:
Deep Blue is located in Providencia, off the north coast of Colombia. Is it is a 10-minute taxi ride from the airport. The island is reached via a 15-minute flight or 2.5-hour boat ride from San Andres Island which can be accessed by air from the mainland.
It comprises 12 rooms ranging from Deluxe Rooms to Luxury Suites, which come with a plunge pool. Each room is beautifully decorated in an ocean-inspired colour palette with marble floors, dark wood furnishings, a king-size bed, an elegant bathroom, a balcony and all-modern amenities.
-Restaurant and bar
-Rooftop terrace with Jacuzzi
As well as swimming, snorkelling, hiking through the jungle and scuba diving at the world’s third longest barrier reef, you can explore nearby islands by boat, enjoy a romantic picnic on a sandbar or hire a moped to discover the island’s deserted beaches. There is also a daily shuttle that will take you to the beach of your choice.
Families are welcome but given the resort’s remote location, it is suited to those with older kids, plus there are stairs leading to most rooms