El Coro Lounge Bar, San Diego

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CARTAGENA | El Coro Lounge Bar is an upmarket cocktail bar inside the Hotel Sofitel Legend Santa Clara. It’s housed in a former 17th Century convent building – stepping inside feels like stepping back in time.

The bar is airy and spacious, with high ceilings and a contemporary touches that compliment, rather than detract from the old world charm. Plush wicker chairs and couches and plenty of greenery give the space a real relaxed atmosphere during the day. At night, live salsa and Cuban son music takes the atmosphere up a notch, but it’s still very chilled.

Spirits and cocktails are the star of the drinks menu at El Coro, with a list that features the classics and house creations. Try the El Nobel Marquez, a combination of tequila, almond liqueur, guanabana juice and lime. For those not into spirits and cocktails, there is of course beer and wine too.

All drinks come with a small selection of snacks like olives and bread. If you’re looking for more substantial eats, the bar menu features share plates, burgers and the like. El Coro also sells cigars, which can be enjoyed in the outdoor smoking area.

You’re paying more than other places in town for the slice of luxury that El Coro offers, but it’s worth it for some of the best cocktails in town and a fantastic space in which to enjoy them.

El Coro Lounge Bar

Carrera 8 #39-36
Cartagena
Bolivar
Colombia

Telephone: +57 5 6504700
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 12:00pm to 12:00pm

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