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Medellín Budget Hotels

From hostels to backpackers, take your pick of places to stay on a budget.

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Hotels That Guests Love in Medellín
  • This hotel is very well located, near to the famous Carrera 70 which is a Rose Zone, i was able to walk most of the Laureles without any danger. i really like this a lot, the staff was super cool and very friendly, they treated me really well and help me to explore Medellin as i wanted, they have tours that pick you up at the hotel and is very cheap for what you get. the WiFi was really nice i was getting 30mb in my room on the second floor which help me to work, i love it, the breakfast was really good as well.

  • Friendly staff, cheap bar, good location and chilled atmosphere. Good wifi in the room too even though we were far from reception.

  • Location was good, could walk to a lot of things in the area. Restaurant was nice upstairs to have dinner or a drink and was a nice setting for breakfast in the morning. Really cool and sleek design. Grocery store and cheap restaurants nearby. Shower had hot water and WiFi worked okay most of the time.

  • This hostel was everything and more. For a cheap price we were provided with a clean, fun welcoming hostel and extremely helpful staff. Our room was spacious and the hostel decoration was new and fresh. Great central location in el pablado along a beautiful strip of resturants and a short walk from lleres park where the main bars and nightlife were. A great idea of 2 hammocks in the common room to hang out and chill! Also had a kitchen to cook and store any food and drinks for those on a budget.

  • If you are a 20 year old Spanish speaking backpacker this place is for you. Great location in the Zona Rosa, reasonable price, crummy breakfast. It has all the amenities: noisy, small rooms, loud guests, cheap towels and lukewarm hot water. The place smells like floor cleaner and there is no elevator. Perfect for the budget traveller.

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Describe your best tip for traveling cheap in Medellín.

Don't stay in Poblado or Laureles if you want to save money on your hotel and meals. You can get just as comfortable hotels and quality meals in the barrios and cities surrounding those two popular "gringo" areas.