Hotel Santa Ana Medellin is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Medellin, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the small hotel.
Hotel Santa Ana Medellin features 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Hotel Santa Ana Medellin, free parking is available.
While staying at Hotel Santa Ana Medellin, visitors can check out Virgen Rosa Mystica (0.5 mi) and Yolo Hostel (1.0 mi), some of Medellin's top attractions.
Medellin has plenty of Italian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Mercado del Río, Cafe Zorba, and Toscano, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you are interested in exploring Medellin, check out one of the history museums, such as Museum Pablo Escobar and Museo de Antioquia.
Enjoy your stay in Medellin!
Back in July I visited Medellin to attend to the “F-Air” Air Show. Due to this fair and other events taking place in the city during those days, many hotels were full and Hotel Santa Ana was one of the few hotels which answered my emails. I finally booked with Hotel Santa Ana due to its price, location, and services. Hotel Santa Ana is located on a 15 story tower in the Poblado neighborhood near the main avenues and the Aguacatala subway station. Getting around from this hotel is no problem at all as you can easily find taxis, and you can take the subway to the city center. My room was on the 14th floor and had a spectacular view of the city which I enjoyed from its balcony. Every room has private bathroom, hot water, air conditioning, amenities (soap, shampoo), a kitchen, LCD TV with cable, a small living room / dining room, and a variety of snacks and beverages. The hotel has an elevator, private parking, laundry service, free wireless internet (in the lobby), and a very nice exterior restaurant which is very nice to be in even when meals are not served. Though the restaurant is outside, it has a roof to protect you from the rain. The service in this hotel reflects the “Paisa” hospitality: Very friendly, very polite, very effective, and very helpful. This is perhaps the hotel’s best feature. Adriana was especially nice and was very helpful from the moment I booked my reservation. The only “cons” I could mention regarding this hotel is: The front desk / lobby are located in a very small room, and if other people want to pass by while you’re at the front desk, it can be a bit tight. Also, the kitchen window was not soundproof, (in fact, the kitchen was equipped with a natural ventilation system that could not be closed) and at certain times of the day the room could get somewhat noisy due to the nearby roads. The breakfast service could include a bit more variety, but wasn’t bad. For the size of the room, location, and services, the price was not bad at all (Around USD $70 a night for a single room). I would definitely recommend this hotel for business, pleasure, or if you’re traveling with families.…
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