Palm Tree Hostel Medellin
AddressCarrera 67 N 48 D-63, Barrio Suramericana MedellinSee nearby area
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The first backpacker hostel that opened in Medellin since July, 2001 by Colombian Owners and remains a top travellers choice thanks to its great facilities.
Perhaps the grande dame of Medellin hostels, the Palm Tree Hostal has maintained a steady record over the years as a popular backpacker haunt. (by vivatravelguides)
Located Three blocks away from the SURAMERICANA Metro Station and the 'Local and Traditional Zona Rosa,' Palm Tree Hostal offers the most authentic cultural experience in Medellin. Set in a nice area, close to cheap restaurants, bars and next door to massive supermarket has everything and only 5 minutes walk from the metro station Suramericana, this hostel makes a good Medellin base
Complement your breakfast. Free (Prepared by yourself) Palm Tree is happy to give you a present for your breakfast. You may take 2 eggs and 2 pieces of bread everyday, or Cereal and Yogurt. Free Coffee, Free Wi-Fi, Free Internet Service, Free Lockers, Communal equipped kitchen with everything you need, Free bag storage, TV room with 100 channels, Free DVDs movies, Book exchange, Laundry service, Dormitories and private rooms, all come with comfortable mattresses, two pillows, towells and all the linens you need, Linens included, Towels, Day Storage, We also have hammocks where you can relax, Hot showers 24 hrs, 24 hour staffed office, Local Phone calls, BBQ area & Back yard, All the Tourist information & Excellent travel info, Bookings for all hostels in Colombia, Common Areas, Planned Hostel Activities, local staff, Se habla Espanol & Ingles.
This homely and comfortable backpacker hostel has reached that balance between sociable, friendly backpacker and the relaxed, 'make yourself at home' feel. It's the warm welcome and relaxed atmosphere that makes it a real traveller favourite in Medellin.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Bicycle Hire
- Book Exchange
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Bicycle Parking
- Free Parking
- Breakfast Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- Washing machine
- Luggage Storage
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