Ibagué is a Colombian municipality located in the center-west of Colombia, on the Central Cordillera of the Andes between the Combeima Canyon and the Magdalena Valley, near the Nevado del Tolima. It is the capital of the department of Tolima.

It is called The Musical Capital of Colombia, a title given by the French Count of Gabriac in his travel chronicles published in Europe around 1886, who was surprised by the musical atmosphere in the city, its colorful murals of downtown buildings and the Conservatory del Tolima, considered one of the most important music schools in the country. Since 1959, the city hosts the Colombian Folkloric Festival in June, one of the most important cultural exhibitions in Colombia. Monuments alluding to music are scattered in the city, squares, events, concerts, theaters, make the city a "Musical Capital". Its main public entities of study and research are the University of Tolima, the Conservatory of Tolima and the National Open and Distance University (UNAD), and at a private level the University of Ibagué.

Acqua Power Center

SONESTA HOTEL IBAGUÉ is located in the heart of the city and located within the ACQUA POWER CENTER complex conformed by the World Trade Center (WTC) unique in the city, headquarters of the Chamber of Commerce and ACQUA SHOPPING CENTER with different retail stores, entertainment and services.  This project was developed by investors in the region, make it an alternative and strategic place for the development of events, business and tourism.