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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Ghl Hotel Abadia Plaza
This stylish place is as close as Pereira comes to a boutique hotel, with original art on the walls, plush rooms with marble bathrooms and noise-resistant windows. There's a quality gym and sauna.
Hotel Habana Vieja
This Colombian-style B&B is popular with domestic business travelers. Built on the side of a hill just off Av Poblado (Carrera 43A), the reception area has red plush furniture and lots of hanging pot plants, although suffers from some road noise...
Hotel Park 10
Though it's crawling distance from the Zona Rosa, this new, postmodernist luxury hotel caters mostly to business people; expect steep weekend discounts. Rooms are large and plush, with everything from faux antiques to wireless Internet.
Hotel Decameron Panaca
Immediately adjacent to Panaca across a footbridge is the four-star all-inclusive resort Decameron Panaca. It feels just like a Caribbean resort – king-sized beds, big swimming pools, evening shows, themed restaurants – except there’s no beach...
Hotel Estelar Las Colinas
The poshest place in the center, this modern glass-and-concrete hotel isn't pretty to look at, but it has large, comfortable rooms, plus a fine restaurant. Prices include a generous buffet breakfast...
Hotel Nutibara Conference Plaza
Once the city's top hotel, this 1940s art deco palace still has plenty of character inside and out...
Movich Hotel De Pereira
It may not be the poshest, but it’s certainly the largest hotel in town. Its 10 floors range around a large interior atrium, with leather furniture in the lobby below. Prices halve during the week.
A popular business traveler option, this modern hotel offers minimalist rooms with polished wood floors a short walk from Cable Plaza. It has a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Ask for an upstairs room with a view.
Hotel Botero Plaza
Despite its location on a slightly sinister street in the center, the Botero Plaza has a remarkably swish reception. Rooms are less up-to-date but are comfortable enough, and those on higher floors afford excellent views.
Hotel Poblado Plaza
Right on the Milla de Oro, this fine hotel has a fountain out front, fresh-cut heliconias in the lobby, and a gym and sauna on the premises. There’s a desktop computer on every floor as well as free wi-fi...
Hotel Castilla Real
This fine small hotel caters principally to business travelers. The 24 rooms have air-con, cable TV and minibar, and the restaurant serves breakfast and dinner. The service is excellent.
61 Prado Guesthouse
This elegant place in the historic Prado neighborhood is a great base from which to explore the sights around the center...
In House The Hotel
This new entry into the crowded Poblado boutique hotel market has stylish, bright rooms with pine furniture, work desks and big bathrooms; some have small private patios. A continental breakfast is included.
Dann Carlton Medellin Hotel
This professionally run hotel is a cut above the rest with quality accommodations and plenty of extras like fresh tropical fruits and elegant flower displays...
Tiger Paw Hostel
This new American-owned hostel is right in the heart of the action. A bar area greets you as you come in the door, and there’s a large flat screen TV where you can play video games. The streetside rooms are noisy. Check a few rooms before deciding...
The Pit Stop Hostel
Party hearty, me hearties! This backpackers’ mini-resort boasts a swimming pool and an Irish-themed sports bar with a monster flat screen TV...
Black Sheep Hostel Medellin
This popular Kiwi-owned hostel has long been a Medellín favorite. There’s a pleasant common room, big screen TV with cable and DVDs, four desktop computers plus free wi-fi for guests...
Casa Kiwi Hostel Medellin
Blurring the boundary between hostel and boutique hotel, Casa Kiwi has just had a major facelift and looks fantastic. The bright rooms are decked out with trendy furniture and there are stylish bamboo features throughout...
Palm Tree Hostel Medellin
Close to the metro and plenty of cheap eateries, Medellín's original backpacker hostel offers added value with free basic breakfasts, internet access and barbecues.
On a noisy, unattractive street downtown, this clean family-owned hotel offers real value for those on a tight budget. All rooms have private bath, hot water and cable TV.
Hotel Estelar El Cable
Hotel Estelar El Cable offers spacious rooms with city views, a gym and free Wi-Fi. It is located in the center of Manizales and ideal for business travelers and vacationers...
Hotel Plaza Rosa
The Hotel Plaza Rosa is conveniently located in the center of Medellin´s commercial Pink district, 5 minutes drive from Olaya Herrera Airport. It offers a gym, jacuzzi, and free parking...