Hotel Vivre is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Medellin, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper while staying at Hotel Vivre. In addition, Hotel Vivre offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Medellin trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Medellin, Hotel Vivre is located a short distance from Centro Administrativo La Alpujarra (1.1 mi) and Edificio del Ferrocarril de Antiooquia (1.2 mi).
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Mercado del Río, The Market, and Piqueo, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Vivre.
If you’re looking for something to do, Pueblito Paisa (0.5 mi), Museo del Agua EPM (0.9 mi), and Plaza Mayor (1.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Vivre.
Enjoy your stay in Medellin!
Me and a few friends had several rooms in this property near the beginning of the school year. Especially during a pandemic, I was beyond impressed with the level and extent of preparation at this hotel which far exceeded anything I have ever seen in the United States. At the front desk, I found a Laura and Maria, who helped oversee the missing, handwashing, and constant mopping with alcohol of the floors. This felt safer than a hospital. Because of the lockdown that was present, they helped identify safe food delivery services as well as offering the open air cafe for coffee. Again, everything was socially distanced and perfectly run. The room itself was also fantastic with a great view. Armed with climate control, a comfortable bed, and again not a speck of dust or COVID-19 in sight, it was the most comfortable place I could imagine to rest after a season of disrupted travel. As a country, Colombia is doing a fantastic job of respecting the quarantine and keeping their citizens safe. As a standard, what I witnessed in this hotel should be considered the top.…
Coming from Cartagena for the price I expected so much less in this hotel, great staff that went the extra mile even though my Spanish is poor. Big clean rooms with views and a little work desk and fridge. Brand new hotel and well worth more than their nightly prices. Great neighbourhood, quiet at night and easy to access the rest of the city.
This hotel is a great price. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. The Cons: The bathroom was very small and the mattress was extremely firm and not too comfortable. The door key also gave us a lot of issues and we kept having to go downstairs to get it fixed. The pros: The location was wonderful and the staff were fantastic. We really liked the laureles area. Plenty of restaurants and not as hectic as the more popular poblado neighborhoods.
Negative: the only bad thing about this room (but it's a major concern) was that the bed is in front of a window showing another room ... and at night if one has the lights on and the other the lights off... you see everything in the other room... even with both stores closed. The towels were quite old and one permanently stained but still clean. The safe was closed without key and we didn't understand how the TV work, but we called the reception and they immediately send the super nice employee who showed us and gave us a key so this is not a concern. Positives :The personnel is super: reception was very helpful in explaining how the metro worked, where were the places we wished to visit etc. The doorman was always super smiley and helping us immediately whenever we had a request. The young man serving food was also really smiley and there was good service. Another man working on the floor was also always smiley and was greeting us anytime we crossed paths. The room was clean. The price is not high. The neighborhood is great both frequented by locals, expatriate and some tourists. Far from very touristic poblado. But still has a lot of cafes and restaurants nearby, adapted to international travellers tired of comida paisa. There is metro (stadium estación ) at 10 minutes walk. There also is an olympic pool you can go and swim nearby (5 min taxi, 20 min walking).…
The hotel is located in the Laureles neighborhood, near the restaurants and bars and nightlife of the Carrera 70 area. I like this neighborhood as it is less posh and more "real Medellín" than El Poblado, for example. There's a big Exito supermarket across the street. Hotel is basic but good. Breakfast was very decent (eggs, fruit, arepas). Not a big fan of the soap or shampoo. The staff was very helpful. I misplaced my wallet (later found it in the airport) and the staff even sent me security videos through WhatsAp so I could confirm that nothing happened at the hotel. This was much appreciated. I would stay here again.