Hotel Oso Perezoso is a small, three-story guesthouse located just a block from the Caribbean sea, in the small town of Taganga, Colombia. Situated amidst the homes of friendly fisherwomen and multi-generational families, Oso Perezoso has a comfortable and welcoming feel that has earned it entry #1 in Lonely Planet Colombia – Taganga.
Our seven private rooms include singles, doubles, and a three-person dorm room, ensuring that all travelers can find a comfortable fit at Oso. All rooms include a private bath and breakfast (eggs, fruit salad, or fruit crepe).
The third floor of the Hotel Oso Perezoso hosts the Tsunami Café, covered by a rustic thatch roof and open on all sides to an exceptional panoramic view of the mountains and sea. Just above the kitchen is a rooftop hammock cabana, available for those who prefer a more rustic night’s sleep. The third floor is where you are most likely to meet our permanent residents, listed in order of general friendliness: Lolita the dog, Simone the cat, and Roberto the parrot.
Tsunami Café serves as the location for guest breakfast and provides a daily lunch and dinner menu by reservation. Tsunami Cafe is the perfect place to relax, catch the cool mountain breezes, and enjoy the extensive music that we have collected from all around the world. We hope that you will share and add to our collection!
Hotel Oso Perezoso has wireless internet, book exchange, travelers store, and is just a short walk from the Caribbean sea. We offer free luggage storage for guests who wish to explore the region: Tayrona National Park, Cuidad Perdida, or surrounds. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is here to help with travel plans, treks, dives, transport, and anything else you need in your travels. We love Colombia and want you to love it too!
Feliz Viajes y Hasta Pronto!
**In case you still need to brush up on your Spanish, “oso” means bear, and “perezoso” means lazy. Although in Colombian Spanish, “oso perezoso” also means a sloth the vibe is the same: lazy hammock swingin’ and fresh juice sippin’.