Located in Colombia's UNESCO-protected Coffee Cultural Landscape, Sazagua is well situated for adventure. The hacienda-style property can arrange trips to coffee plantations, bird-watching in the Rio Blanco Manizales forest reserve, and gastronomic activities like Colombian cooking classes—to name a few options. The 10-room hotel also offers amenities typical of a larger property, including a spa built from river rocks, an enticing outdoor pool surrounded by tropical plants, and a restaurant serving upscale Colombian cuisine. Named in honor of the Quimbaya indigenous civilization that once occupied this region, the hacienda maintains the traditional local architectural style of bamboo wood and clay tile. Airy interiors are decorated with colonial stone floors and an eclectic array of antiques and art from around the world. Guest rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi and satellite TV, and feel warm and cozy thanks to multicolored textiles and soft leather sofas.