The Hotel Casa Deco is primarily dedicated to the service of our guests.

We are committed to the environment, being responsible for the use of natural resources, raising awareness among our staff and visitors of the impact we have on our ecosystem, in order to support the environment and continue working on the sustainability of the hotel.

Being located in the historic center of our city, it is essential for the hotel to develop a value chain acquiring local products and benefiting the tourism and hotel sector. The Hotel is committed to the city's cultural heritage, culture and gastronomy.

For this reason, the Hotel Casa Deco relies on the different regulations in force to promote, participate and instill the commitment that must be made with the environment, then the regulations are applied:

· Law 679 of 2001 and law 1336 of 2009 - Prevention of trade and sexual exploitation of minors through tourism.

· Law 103 of 1991, 397 of 1997, 185 of 2008 - In order to avoid the traffic of cultural goods; and Law 17 of 1981 - Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.

· Law 1482 of 2011, guarantee the protection of the rights of a person, group of people, community or people, who are violated through acts of racism or discrimination.