See why so many travellers make Hotel Sauces del Estadio their hotel of choice when visiting Medellin. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a minibar, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Sauces del Estadio features 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a fitness center and breakfast. If you are driving to Hotel Sauces del Estadio, a parking garage is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Medellin, Hotel Sauces del Estadio is located a short distance from Centro Administrativo La Alpujarra (1.2 mi) and Universidad de Antioquia (1.3 mi).
If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant, consider a visit to Mercado del Río, Cavieli Ristorante Caffe Pizzeria, or Ammazza Gin Garden Sede Laureles, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Sauces del Estadio.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Pueblito Paisa (1.1 mi), Plaza Botero (1.2 mi), and Museo de Antioquia (1.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Sauces del Estadio as you experience all of the things Medellin has to offer.
The hotel was very clean and the staff is excellent. Everything about this hotel is wonderful. I would gladly stay here anytime I travel again here. I highly recommended hotel for anyone in a mid-range budget. I can't say enough about how good the staff was.
The hotel has a good location near to the stadium and the stadium metro station. There are some restaurants and markets in the nearby. The staff is friendly and the hotel is clean. On the other hand, I felt the bed really hard and not comfortable at all. The breakfast is not the best, because always is the same menu eggs, cheese, and arepa. I think more variety in breakfast is recommendable. People whose does not like or cannot eat eggs have actually no option to take the breakfast. I take few times dinner in the hotel and despite that, there is just one option for the menu the dinner has a good seasoning. The wifi is good. Another aspect that I did not like is that room only has a small window to the aisle hall not to the city, so If the window is open everyone to pass through the hall will see inside my room.…
Average service not very well located even if you have a metro station at 10min distance. The neighborhood has really nothing special and it is not central. Some rooms have NO windows! Be sure to check the room before. Breakfast bad
Very good firm bed, friendly staff, helpful, small junior suit, bathroom, the breakfast was included, but they only serve you 1 portion and one cup of coffe, not to plainful and if you want an other cup or more breakfast they will charge you, not too many things to do near the hotel, the estadio is near by only, bad wifi sig al, we where no the 3dr floor
I stayed at the hotel one night. The room was very comfortable even though it was quite small. The service was not good enough, first when we checked-in they didn't give us the remote control for the air conditioner and neither for the TV. We were hitting ourselves. For the breakfast, they only offered one kind of natural juice even being Medellin very well known as one of the cities with a lots of fruits.
Very disappointing! It was rated 4 stars. I think it should be 2 (at least it was clean). I got one of the many inside rooms meaning no window to outside, just one to a noisy stairwell. I had to make the bed with a sheet and blanket from a plastic bag (saying they were sanitizer). Tiny room, no coffee maker, no conditioner in shower (just small envelope of shampoo)and the hot water was spotty. And this was the 'standard superior'. Positives: it had wifi (although slow) and air conditioning. I walked over to the local superstore (Exito) but was nervous in the daytime and really scared coming back so grabbed a taxi. I love Medellin but this is not a good area. I don't know who's been writing their other reviews but I totally disagree. I have stayed in many hotels around Colombia, and I know their standards are generally very high. If this hotel is going to be represented on international websites, they need to attain international standards. The price was just under $100, and there were lots of hotels of that price point around. Definitely not 4 stars!!…
I was visiting Medellin for the World Urban Forum in April 2014, and consider myself very lucky to have found this hotel. I would heartily recommend it for couples, friends and solo travellers. Most business travellers may be put off by the lack of desk. Location: In Medellin, most accommodation geared towards the international crowd is located in Poblado - which although safe, skews towards that generic "nice district" found in umpteen other cities around the world. In contrast, Hotel del Sauces is in a neighbourhood called Estadio, on Calle 49, which bisected by the lively Carrera 66 (about 4 blocks away from the hotel). This neighbourhood is a mixture of middle class houses, local businesses cafes restaurants, and anchored by Exito (an urban Colombian version of Walmart - let's call the design anti-suburban). I would ride the subway to SurAmericana in the evening, then amble up Carrera 66, stopping for a light snack, and then walk along Calle 49. Translation: it is a genuine Colombian neighbourhood, and a safe and interesting one. Room: I took my 71 year-old friend with me (long story), and we shared a room with 2 double beds on the 4th floor. The room was small, but it was modern, clean and well appointed with TV, remote-control AC, stereo system, bar fridge, and a nice window looking out to the street. The beds were firm (common in Colombia), and the bedding was deliciously crisp. The only thing we couldn't figure out was the clock radio, and the BIG missing item was the ability to phone internationally from the room and a desk. The bathroom was also small and had only a shower, but again it was modern and clean. I know that some rooms do not have windows to the street, and I would recommend against those. I don't know about noise - I travel with earplugs. Food: Breakfast was Colombian: scrambled eggs, sometimes with sausage bits, a rice and bean mix, a scone, an arepa, soft cheese, watery mandarin juice, and a bright small "tinto" (coffee).. I think some people would have preferred more choice, but I found it adequate. Service: There were 22,000 attendees at WUF7, and considering that the hotel was fully booked with many people who did not speak Spanish, and perhaps a little understaffed, I thought the staff did reasonably well. Internet was terrible, but I noticed that some guests were using the public terminals where the modems were located, and plugging the internet cable straight into their notebooks.…
My first visit to the geographically fascinating and innovative makeover of the city of Medellin. At a time when a large global conference was taking place, the HSDE was one of the few hotels with remaining available rooms. I had a single room which whilst small, suited purpose once the concept of not having a wardrobe or electric kettle or coffee making facilities was accepted. Finding an iron was also a challenge but largely due to my abject lack of Spanish rather than the staff's willingness to assist. The mini-bar is well stocked and there is a hamper of consumables that range from chips to conditioners to condoms. The bathroom was very clean and soap was provided. Nice touches included free WiFi which worked 80% of the time and the free coffee in the lobby area. The restaurant is very basic but if you want to eat near the hotel there are a number of local cages and restaurants within easy strolling distance - and beauty salons of which there are many in Medellin! A local department store Exito is a 10 minute walk away and you can buy anything from yoghurt to a plasma TV. Taxis are a plentiful and the front desk is happy to call one for you. I never waited more than 5 minutes for one. It is a noisy neighbourhood and you can either view it as 'authentic' Medellin or ask for a room on the 6th floor which seems to be more noise proof. All in all, a reasonable place to stay but brush up on your language skills!…
This place was such a good surprise in Medellin: It was sooooooo clean and sanitary. Staff was sooooooooooooooo welcomeing, gentel and helpfull. I got an amazing value for 100,000 pesos and I think this erea is the real Medellin... Highly Recommended!