Hotels in Colombia
As the number of visitors to Colombia grows, so too does the range of hotels in Colombia.
The quality of accommodation in Colombia from luxurious modern city hotels to budget hostels has improved enormously.
When I first came to Colombia as a penny-pinching backpacker in 2004 There was only one hostel of note in each of Bogota, Medellin and Cali. Now you can barely move in La Candelaria in Bogota or El Poblado in Medellin without coming across a hostel.
The quality of backpacker accommodation has also improved in leaps and bounds. The old image of cockroach-infested hostel dorm rooms in a thing of the past. Colombian Hostels these days are equipped with comfortable, clean living spaces, flat screen TVs, well-equipped kitchens, free internet and even swimming pools.
The competition for upmarket hotels has also sky-rocketed. As the Colombian economy has strengthened more and more business travellers are making their way to Colombia. Most of the top hotels are equipped with conference rooms as well as the usual range of luxury amenities you would expect in a top-of-the-range hotel.
Hotels Guides for major Colombian cities:
For recommendations of the best hotels and hostels in the Colombian capital read my guide to Hotels in Bogota.For listings of the best hotels and hotels in different parts of Medellin read my guide to Hotels in Medellin.
Cali is smaller than Bogota and Medellin, but still possesses a wide range of accommodation. See this guide to Hotels in Cali.
Cartagena is arguably the tourism capital of Colombia and so unsurprisingly has a great selection of accommodation. See this guide to Hotels in Cartagena.
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