Looking for a place to stay in Medellin? Then look no further than Hotel Plazuela San Ignacio, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Medellin to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer a minibar, a refrigerator, and a desk, and Hotel Plazuela San Ignacio makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Nearby landmarks such as Centro Administrativo La Alpujarra (0.9 mi) and Edificio del Ferrocarril de Antiooquia (1.0 mi) make Hotel Plazuela San Ignacio a great place to stay when visiting Medellin.
While in Medellin be sure to experience local falafel favourites at German Street Food.
If you’re looking for something to do, Pueblito Paisa (1.0 mi), Plaza Botero (1.1 mi), and Museo de Antioquia (1.0 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Plazuela San Ignacio.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Plazuela San Ignacio as you experience everything Medellin has to offer.
This is a cheap hotel, close to everything, even to the tram station. In the middle of the downtown, so you can find local food, junk food, and more cheap street appetizers Nice rooftop with traditional restaurant. With elevators, warm water, and pretty nice service.
For the price point is a good choice, very clean, good staff and customer service, was shown several rooms to select, as we arrived mid week in slow season, got busier during weekend. There's no A/C,interior rooms are quieter and warmer, street rooms are the opposite, all have good fans, stick to higher floors,for less noise. There's a elevator :). The only thing that lacked is the hotel restaurant food, service was excellent, nice cool rooftop setting, they serve till 7:30 !!. Location you are practically in the city, I felt perfectly safe walking around the hotel area at night with my spouse to get a bite to eat, people in the street very helpful, plenty police presence, IAC you need to be aware of your surroundings,but I felt safer than other big cities in Colombia. Parque botero and metro station aprox. 20 min walking, not bad IMO. Never used a Taxi, enjoyed walking and using metro.…
The exceptional thing about this hotel was the customer service and great showers/full size bathtubs, fast internet. I landed late at night and just took taxi drivers advice, the first room I had was windowless, but they changed it for a bigger and windowed room with out any question for more fees. The reception staff and the manager were all friendly and helpful to fault, so much so I stayed much longer than I expected (I was planning to upgrade to more expensive place on my second day). The only reaspn I subtracted a point is the area it is in is very central, but not very safe at night for a solo traveller.
The hotel is on a dark side street which is not scenic but is within walking distance to museums and restaurants. The hotel was clean but our room had no windows facing outside. The only window in it opened up to the hallway and the room was VERY loud as a result. I was there with a group of 14 people and everyone complained about the noise level. We could not sleep well.
The hotel is centrally placed within easy walking distance of Parque Berrio etc. It is certainly a budget hotel but clean and comfortable when we stayed there. Also no Flower Festival malarkey (increasing prices, double booking rooms) that we experienced with other operators. What really stood out was how the reception staff went out of their way to be helpful. After bombarding them with my terrible Spanish, including printouts from Google Translate, they searched for a very early morning taxi for us to the airport. Knowing we were on a budget, but it was too early for a bus, they not only found us a shared taxi, but also walked us the 2 blocks to be sure we didn't miss the pickup. All at 6am! Our room had a fan but no air conditioning. Not a problem when we were there, but something to consider in a hot spell.…
It was a very clean hotel with all the basic commodities. The service was good. And the hotel is in the downtown so very close to everything. The rooms are equipped with cable, stereo and a refrigerator. Breakfast and dinner were also good. I would stay again.
The hotel is in a very centric location in the heart of Downtown Medellin. The first good impresion I got was the cleanliness of the lobby and the reception area. The staff was young, not very experienced, but were extremely courtious and profesional. I stayed at room #411. Once I checked in and got the key to my room, I was escorted by one of the employees and showed us all the amenities they had, she (regretfully, I forgot her name) even showed us where was the restaurant on the 6th floor ( the elevator don't get there) so we could have our breakfast (included in the stay) in the morning. My room was fery clean and comfortable. It had a LCD TV with cable and remote, a desk with chair in excellent condition. A good size closet with shelves. A queen size bed with two night tables and a mini stereo system with CD and USB player. There is no A/C in any of the rooms. The ceiling fan was only for ornamental purposes. I was offered a fan and got one in a timely manner. The room is not hot since the weather in Medellin is very cool year around. There is a stocked mini fridge and a basket of goodies and toiletries with a price list next to it. Still, you can get you own stuff and stock it there if you want to (there is a big "Exito" supermarket less than 50 meters from the hotel). There is not much view through the window. You only get a view of the interior patio (mainly of the room in front of you). The only advantage is that you will get a good night's sleep since is quieter. If you ask for a room with a view, you will get the noise of the busy streets of downtown. You choose... view or peace. The bathroom was comfortable, of a good size and modern fixtures. No bath, just a shower. The only problem we encountered was that the water leaked out of the shower to the bathroom floor and the hot water was not hot, but just lukewarm. At breakfast, we went to the restaurant on the rooftop. It has a spectacular view and the waiter was very profesional and courtious. The food was good, not excellent, and very fulfilling. We got to choose how we wanted our eggs and came with an "arepa", a slice of bread, butter, juice and hot chocolate. You can ask for coffe if you let him know when he takes your order. We decided to try the restaurant for dinner. Well, they did not have a choice in the menu. Apparently they only make one menu and you don't get a choice of A la Carte. They only had beef liver that night. My wife ordered the liver. I don't like liver. The chef went our of his way and made me a grilled breast chicken. The food was very good, although I would prefer a bigger portion (maybe I'm used to the super-sized meals back at home...LOL). At checkout, the process was very smooth and fast. They do take all major credit cards and you get billed what it was quoted. I would definnetly stay again on my next trip. Everything was so close and at a walking distance (supermarket, bars, night clubs, casinos, churches, the park, stores, restaurants, etc.)…
This hotel is fairly new. All the rooms are clean and nice. They are fairly small but equipped with Cable, stereos and internet - although some rooms get better signal from the internet than others. Breakfast and dinner can be included in the price if desired. The hotel staff is very accomodating. We brought a delegation of 20 people for the IDB meeting in March. It was fairly close to the Plaza Mayor (5-10 cab) and close to stores. As it is downtown, their is a lot of action, but at night it's probably not as safe to walk around. You can stay in the nicer more touristy areas but will pay the price. If you have a meeting downtown or just want a central location, I would totally recommend this place. The food is limited (menu - they usually offer you only a few things for that day and breafast includes, fruit, granola, yogurt and some sort of Egg dish. You can request arepas and queso, coffee). They have a nice terrace restaurant area that they continue to work on. OH - if you get a room on one side of the hotel to the street - it can be a little noisy (woke me up every day at 5-6am) but you can usually ask the hotel to move you if that is the case. I stayed in my room though since I was so close to the router. It is an excellent deal for the money though. If you want a new, clean hotel, but are willing to sacrifice the suburban look on the outside (since it's a downtown neighborhood), I highly recommend it!…
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