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First, the name of the hotel is now Botero Medellin, so no one can find it by this name.
Second, I can't begin to describe how bad, but here's a few: nasty neighborhood at night, restaurant non-existent, wifi bad, no fan and air con doesn't...More
This is a bit of an old fashioned City hotel. A 10 story highrise with about 80 rooms, large lobby and reception area, adjacent to Botero square in dead center of Medellin.
Rooms come with own bathroom (hot and cold water), large flatscreen TV, wifi,...More
This place is right next to the Plaza Botero which is rather downtown but very buzzy. The buses to the airport leave right next door to the hotel. It was simple, clean and good value. We were there twice over our visit
We arrived by Autobus from Rio Negro airport in the late afternoon, about USD 5.00, only to find a VERY crowded neighborhood teeming with street vendors of cheap imports, dodgy looking characters, many downtrodden homeless, and minimally attired prostitutes (During The Afternoon!). The Autobus dropped...More
The whole hotel's staff is really great and helped me a lot in everything I needed. A good location in the middle of Medellin's downtown, near of Plaza Botero, Palacio de la Cultura Rafael Uribe Uribe, and Museo de Antioquia. Moreover, you can go to...More
US$23 - US$33 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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"We were on a high floor, but the street noise still penetrated the closed windows."