Our most luxurious and spacious accommodation, Quamina Suite is graced with history and comfort
The history aficionado will appreciate a stay at Cara Lodge. It is one of the oldest and grandest structures in Georgetown. The Quamina Suite epitomizes Georgetown’s colonial elegance and the bygone charm of Guyana’s past while steeping you in both comfort and convenience.
The building has a long and romantic history, initially as the home to the first Lord Mayor of British Guiana. The wooden post in the Quamina Suite was hand-carved by the world-renowned Guyanese artist Philip Moore when he lived in what once was the attic of the hotel. He would later go on to design the 1763 Monument, better known as Cuffy. Since that time, Cara has been visited by many prominent dignitaries including King Edward the VIII, US President Jimmy Carter, HRH Prince Charles, HRH Prince Andrew, Mick Jagger, and even TV superstar Channing Tatum.
Getting swept up in history doesn’t prevent you from enjoying the modern conveniences international hotel guests have come to expect when travelling abroad. The Quamina Suite is equipped with a large flat-screen TV, 72 cable channels, tea and coffee service, ample air conditioning, a minibar, complimentary high-speed WiFi internet, and a safe large enough to accommodate your tablet and laptop.