Finding an ideal hotel in Medellin does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Plaza Caracas, a nice option for travellers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Iglesia de la Candelaria (0.2 mi) and Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica (0.4 mi) make Hotel Plaza Caracas a great place to stay when visiting Medellin.
Rooms at Hotel Plaza Caracas provide a flat screen TV, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Hotel Plaza Caracas guests have access to 24 hour front desk.
While visiting Medellin, you may want to try some fish and chips at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Patrick's Irish Sports Pub.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Plaza Botero (0.4 mi) or Museo de Antioquia (0.5 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Hotel Plaza Caracas looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Medellin.
Good location hotel, rooms clean and spacious enough. Staff helpful, but no English. The wifi was awful when I arrived but they bent over backwards to sort it out. Common areas were nicely decorated. Recommended.
Hotel Plaza Caracas is a nice small hotel in the center of Medellin, close to transit stations Prada and Parque Berrio and within walking distance to Parque Bolivar, the Cultural Center and Botero Plaza. The hotel was very clean, service was excellent and the rooms were very comfortable. Hotel Plaza Caracas is not a fancy hotel but a very nice one and had one of the best showers I encountered in Colombia(very hot and strong pressue). We were traveling with three people and stayed in a room with three beds. No air conditioning, but for slightly more money you can rent a room with air. The cost of the hotel was about $35 a night (US). A great value with excellent service. All rooms are internal and very quiet. www.hotelplazacaracas.com
A safe, clean, secure little hotel in a busy Centro neighborhood, where most of the hotels are really, really bad. We landed here for a night because the Gran Hotel across the street was full. Plaza Caracas is a nicely restored colonial-style house. Rooms, though, are a little stuffy with most having only windows overlooking inner courtyard. Big front room was nice, but only if you have tolerance for street noise. But, in fairness, traffic sounds are a problem in most hotels in Centro. Rates were in the $25-30 range. It's the kind of place lonely planet would recommend as a s a budget option. Breakfast not included; fortunately an excellent and inexpensive restaurant is located right off the lobby. Good, free wifi internet in rooms.
We booked this hotel during the Feria de las Flores because all of the more mainstream options we tried we already booked for Medellín's big event. The hotel is centrally located just a few blocks from Parque Bolívar. Its staff is friendly and cheerful (one guy can barely contain himself from laughing - all the time). Rooms, however, are on the small side and, while clean and comfortable for sleeping, are exceedingly dark. There is a front room that sleeps three (two beds) with windows overlooking the street, which lets in light during the day, but also the relentless noise of the city. This hotel is a good place to sleep for those with an active agenda, but not one to hang out. We paid US$40 for a double, which we found to be a good buy. Rooms have hot water and mini-refrigerators, and we slept well with the fan on (no air conditioning). The hotel's greatest quirk is that upstairs rooms overlook a courtyard that is used as a waiting room for a medical clinic. …