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JerkMcGerk
01-30-19, 15:45
Are there no more girl / guest friendly hotels? I heard there has been a recent crackdown, and most hotels are now charging hefty fees for guests. I'm aware the mansion is friendly, but any other hotels possibly near Parque Lleras? Fees at Torre Poblado and dix from what I hear.

The Tall Man
01-31-19, 03:33
Are there no more girl / guest friendly hotels? I heard there has been a recent crackdown, and most hotels are now charging hefty fees for guests. I'm aware the mansion is friendly, but any other hotels possibly near Parque Lleras? Fees at Torre Poblado and dix from what I hear.I never understand why guys just use the love motels, they are all over the city, usually clean, convenient, inexpensive, they are discrete and I have never ever had a paisa chica, whether she was a lower end centro chic or a hottie from Fase dos or La Isla (high end) or a better casa (energy or the like) not agree to joining in the fun at a love motel!

The Tall Man.

Wolf662
02-01-19, 01:53
I'm booked for a late Jan. Trip to MDE. I plan on staying in Centro for a while. Anyone have any info on Hotel Botero, and Hotel Nutibara?

My main question is their Chica policy.Sorry, I just saw this post, anyone else wants Hotel Botero info, I made a detailed post in post #925 in this thread.

DetJunky
02-11-19, 18:23
Are there no more girl / guest friendly hotels? I heard there has been a recent crackdown, and most hotels are now charging hefty fees for guests. I'm aware the mansion is friendly, but any other hotels possibly near Parque Lleras? Fees at Torre Poblado and dix from what I hear.https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/30232639?preview_for_ml=true&guests=1&adults=1

This is a Girl friendly place right inside lleras.

Zdaman101
02-22-19, 23:37
Hey guys,

With all the talk about hotels and adjustments not being chica friendly, it has me wondering. If the fine print on an Airbnb don't mention anything, should I reach out to confirm there won't be any issues? Should I just be honest about intentions or just mention having friends over? The condo in question is below in case anyone has specific experience. Thanks in advance!

World Travel 69
02-23-19, 13:50
Could I rent your house to bring strange girls over to fuck for a week?

At least in the hotel they usually check and register the Chica's ID.


Hey guys,

With all the talk about hotels and adjustments not being chica friendly, it has me wondering. If the fine print on an Airbnb don't mention anything, should I reach out to confirm there won't be any issues? Should I just be honest about intentions or just mention having friends over? The condo in question is below in case anyone has specific experience. Thanks in advance!

Fun Luvr
02-23-19, 16:11
Hey guys,

With all the talk about hotels and adjustments not being chica friendly, it has me wondering. If the fine print on an Airbnb don't mention anything, should I reach out to confirm there won't be any issues? Should I just be honest about intentions or just mention having friends over?Prior to booking an airbnb for the first time, I always send the owner a message and ask if local guests are allowed. That avoids uncomfortable situations later. I think you should be honest with your intentions because most owners do not want a parade of ladies in and out of their apartments.

Zdaman101
02-24-19, 02:35
Prior to booking an airbnb for the first time, I always send the owner a message and ask if local guests are allowed. That avoids uncomfortable situations later. I think you should be honest with your intentions because most owners do not want a parade of ladies in and out of their apartments.Thanks for the replies. I took your advice and should be setup for success now. I'll place my experiences on my first trip to Columbia in the Medellin general reports forum to pay it forward. Will be down there March 24-29.

Member #2001
02-24-19, 16:12
Has anyone ever stayed at the Hotel Calle Real Medellin? It to like to hear more about it. I have only read as fart back as 0 ctober of last year. I have been busy reading the Medellin thread, looking at where the girls are at and pricing. If there is already a post about it, please direct me to it. If not, ID like to know if its girl friendly and as many pros and cons about it.

JjBee62
02-24-19, 19:41
Has anyone ever stayed at the Hotel Calle Real Medellin? It to like to hear more about it. I have only read as fart back as 0 ctober of last year. I have been busy reading the Medellin thread, looking at where the girls are at and pricing. If there is already a post about it, please direct me to it. If not, ID like to know if its girl friendly and as many pros and cons about it.I've walked past 100's of times, but never stayed, or even peeked into the lobby. Interesting location choice. Most likely it is going to be chica friendly. Based on location here's my suggested pros and cons.

Pros- Inexpensive. Cheap food nearby. Convenient to metro and streetwalkers. Daytime, plenty of shopping options nearby.

Cons- Probably needs renovation. Furniture likely to be worn out. Noisy day time. Probably lacks air conditioning and chance of breeze is slim. Likely hot and noisy afternoons. Night time the walking street is completely deserted. Might be risky returning late.

If this is the general area you're interested in, I'd recommend a place that is on a street, rather than the walking street.

GeneHickman
02-28-19, 02:14
Stayed at the Hotel Porton Medellin. Here is the details.

They do allow guests if you book for two. However only for the first guest.

After that they make you sign a waiver indicating 150 mil per guest and about.

You taking responsibility whatever the situation etc.

I did talk to their concierge and others to no avail. I am not sure how it works if you make.

2-3 separate reservations. They also told me if I had my first one come and go 4-5 times.

It would not be an extra charge.

I suspect this may be the policy at any of the business type hotels in the area.

The Tall Man
02-28-19, 04:37
Stayed at the Hotel Porton Medellin. Here is the details.

They do allow guests if you book for two. However only for the first guest.

After that they make you sign a waiver indicating 150 mil per guest and about.

You taking responsibility whatever the situation etc.

I did talk to their concierge and others to no avail. I am not sure how it works if you make.

2-3 separate reservations. They also told me if I had my first one come and go 4-5 times.

It would not be an extra charge.

I suspect this may be the policy at any of the business type hotels in the area.WTF! 150 mil per each visitor over the first for the night, BS! You can get a smoking great motel room for 50 or 60 mil in an upscale love motel. There is always a work around.

The Tall Man.

Eb1989
03-02-19, 20:41
Looking to stay a week. Both show on airbnb, blux for about 50-65 dollars a night, energy for about 75-77 a night. Which would you choose and why? Is Energy worth the little bit extra? Which has less hassle with girls?

JjBee62
03-03-19, 00:29
Looking to stay a week. Both show on airbnb, blux for about 50-65 dollars a night, energy for about 75-77 a night. Which would you choose and why? Is Energy worth the little bit extra? Which has less hassle with girls?Search the forum. I believe that Blux has been reported as not being as chica friendly as before.

Reemo
03-24-19, 16:34
Looking to stay a week. Both show on airbnb, blux for about 50-65 dollars a night, energy for about 75-77 a night. Which would you choose and why? Is Energy worth the little bit extra? Which has less hassle with girls?I've stayed at both and Energy is definitely worth the extra money. The roof top pool is incredible and the building is newer. I stayed there for a month, but that was 4-5 years ago. I had no issues with guests coming to visit. The Blux felt cheap and had a cold vibe.

Energy pros: The pool, the view, newer, always impresses.

Cons: The street is very noisy depending which apt you have, I had to use ear plugs 50% of the nights.

Always read the rules thoroughly if using Airbnb. Some will state outright they don't want sex tourism, etc. - just move on. I often ask the landlord outright.

Colbert1
04-14-19, 15:44
Hi,

Could anyone please recommend a nice hotel or Airbnb in Poblado for around $50 a night with air conditioning and a mini fridge? If it's a hotel I would like free WiFi and free breakfast. Thanks! I'll be in Medellin from May 9-14.

BigMonkeyP
04-17-19, 04:29
*Edit. Whoops, I thought I could compress and upload a video in a zipped file, but its too big. So, here are some screen captures of the video I took. Not very helpful I suppose, but it doesn't change my post. San Peter Apartment Suites was great!

I stayed at San Peter mid March 2019 for the first time. I think it was great! I was on the 13th floor. And the manager / owner? Jose was super cool and told me I got a good apartment (I'm withholding which exact one on purpose). Can book direct. Victor is available for transportation back to airport, both speak English (but I didn't use the transportation service).

- location is great, right off of la 70, plenty of bars and restaurants and Exito and walkable to metro and a few casas I know of.

- No problems with chicas / guests.

- cheap.

- comfortable.

- A / see in bedroom. But was a bit week.

- no problem with WiFi for me, and I used the smart TV to stream Netflix, and did plenty of email work.

- plenty of kitchen utensils and cookware.

- Philly's sportsbar and another restaurant on ground floor.

- lots of hoes knew where it was and convenient for them.

- came with two little terry cloth bath robes which came in handy post session.

- washer / dryer to freshen up towels and such.

I plan on staying there again next month. Likely splitting time between here for the local vibes, and then Energy because the girls like the pool.

Riina
04-17-19, 18:41
*Edit. Whoops, I thought I could compress and upload a video in a zipped file, but its too big.What's the best way to book?

BigMonkeyP
04-17-19, 21:24
What's the best way to book?Well. I simply used booking dot com. But here's the guy's business card in case you're looking to do something more than 30 days (I think that's the limit for booking dot com).

Good luck!

Riina
04-18-19, 00:06
Any suggestions as to which 4 or 5 star hotel in Poblado is actually the best value? I don't care about girl friendly.

GeneHickman
04-18-19, 05:01
Any suggestions as to which 4 or 5 star hotel in Poblado is actually the best value? I don't care about girl friendly.Hotel porton is good for the reasons you ask. Right across the street from Santa Fe mall, so very convenient.

JjBee62
04-19-19, 02:39
Hotel porton is good for the reasons you ask. Right across the street from Santa Fe mall, so very convenient.Excellent rooms too. Plus English is spoken at the front desk.

OnePocketWill
04-21-19, 06:53
Hello everyone,

1st trip and newbie here. Any advice on where to stay? Solo traveler but I have been to Puerto Plata Blackbeards and Punta Cana, soon CR. Trying to plan this trip but wanting a safe, affordable place to stay near night life and chicas, even strip club like Fase dos.

Thanks for any help.

The Tall Man
04-22-19, 15:07
Hello everyone,

1st trip and newbie here. Any advice on where to stay? Solo traveler but I have been to Puerto Plata Blackbeards and Punta Cana, soon CR. Trying to plan this trip but wanting a safe, affordable place to stay near night life and chicas, even strip club like Fase dos.

Thanks for any help.Welcome to the board! The best advice is to spend time and jump back 10 or 20 pages, give or take, on the posts for rentals and also Medellin, in no time you will have a much better idea and then can ask more specific questions.

Good luck.

The Tall Man.

Orgasmico
04-22-19, 15:37
Hello everyone,

1st trip and newbie here. Any advice on where to stay? Solo traveler but I have been to Puerto Plata Blackbeards and Punta Cana, soon CR. Trying to plan this trip but wanting a safe, affordable place to stay near night life and chicas, even strip club like Fase dos.

Thanks for any help.I think this is the closest to a Blackbeards type setup and a cheap taxi to Fase Dos. http://hotelmedellinplaza.com/index.html.

OnePocketWill
04-23-19, 01:23
Welcome to the board! The best advice is to spend time and jump back 10 or 20 pages, give or take, on the posts for rentals and also Medellin, in no time you will have a much better idea and then can ask more specific questions.

Good luck.

The Tall Man.Awesome and thank you. I went back but those are from 2017 or older so wasn't sure how up to date info would be. Again going for fun, girls, excursions and hopefully to meet a like wise friend who isn't new to Medellin.

OnePocketWill
04-23-19, 01:25
I think this is the closest to a Blackbeards type setup and a cheap taxi to Fase Dos. http://hotelmedellinplaza.com/index.html.Awesome is that the place I was told about at Blackbeards called 'the mansion"? I don't mind chicas around but want to see freelancers, bars and strip clubs. I will go may 23 to 28 or 29th if anyone veteran will be around?

Orgasmico
04-23-19, 05:54
Awesome is that the place I was told about at Blackbeards called 'the mansion"? I don't mind chicas around but want to see freelancers, bars and strip clubs. Yes, that is the place. I have never stayed there but it is an option if you are new and want to be around like minded people. I don't think the place precludes you from leaving and going to strip clubs and hooking up with free lancers outside the establishment, but I have never stayed there so you should check the trip reports.

In general, there are many hotels and apartments you can stay in around the city if you prefer to go that route. As someone else suggested, you can read through various threads including this one for suggestions. You have everything from roach motels to luxury apartments throughout the city, depending on your taste, location, etc. Good luck!

JjBee62
04-23-19, 14:14
Awesome is that the place I was told about at Blackbeards called 'the mansion"? I don't mind chicas around but want to see freelancers, bars and strip clubs. I will go may 23 to 28 or 29th if anyone veteran will be around?That's the Mansion. There are girls around the pool daytime and in the bar at night. Similar to Blackbeard's, minus the giant jacuzzi. You should contact them immediately, because they are usually booked up. You'll find like minded mongers there with experience in Medellin.

You won't find freelancer bars like you can find in the DR. However, you can find freelancers in many of the night clubs around Parque Lleras. Be prepared to get charged 2 or 3 times the going rate. There are dozens of more casual bars in El Centro where you can find freelancers, but that area might be scary to you.

OnePocketWill
04-24-19, 05:33
That's the Mansion. There are girls around the pool daytime and in the bar at night. Similar to Blackbeard's, minus the giant jacuzzi. You should contact them immediately, because they are usually booked up. You'll find like minded mongers there with experience in Medellin.

You won't find freelancer bars like you can find in the DR. However, you can find freelancers in many of the night clubs around Parque Lleras. Be prepared to get charged 2 or 3 times the going rate. There are dozens of more casual bars in El Centro where you can find freelancers, but that area might be scary to you.OK, what are prices of girls compared to others? I was told to stay in El Poblado or Parque Lleras and there is an Airbnb owned by some Americans I believe, with built in bar / club downstairs to pick up girls? Curious to know the cost difference in these places. I would hate to pay higher price to stay at the mansion and pay more for the girls on top of that too.

The Tall Man
04-24-19, 15:25
OK, what are prices of girls compared to others? I was told to stay in El Poblado or Parque Lleras and there is an Airbnb owned by some Americans I believe, with built in bar / club downstairs to pick up girls? Curious to know the cost difference in these places. I would hate to pay higher price to stay at the mansion and pay more for the girls on top of that too.Of course you will pay a bit of a premium at the Mansion but it takes the risk out of you especially for a newbie type guy to Medellin. As others have said it is similar to BB in the DR. It is convenient and gives the newbie an opportunity to get the lay of the land and most likely on future visits you can go at it solo.

Have fun!

The Tall Man.

D Cups
04-24-19, 18:47
Of course you will pay a bit of a premium at the Mansion but it takes the risk out of you especially for a newbie type guy to Medellin. As others have said it is similar to BB in the DR. It is convenient and gives the newbie an opportunity to get the lay of the land and most likely on future visits you can go at it solo.

Have fun!

The Tall Man.Hi TTM,

I have read many of your fine posts. I will be going to MDE first time in Noviembre. Veteran of Tijuana and now DR (and Philippines). I did DR without Blackbeards so I want to follow suit in MDE without Mansion. Can you recommend $60/ night hotel, clean, quiet, near action (preferably walking distance)? Poblado? Cheers.

Fun Luvr
04-24-19, 19:41
OK, what are prices of girls compared to others? I was told to stay in El Poblado or Parque Lleras and there is an Airbnb owned by some Americans I believe, with built in bar / club downstairs to pick up girls? Curious to know the cost difference in these places. I would hate to pay higher price to stay at the mansion and pay more for the girls on top of that too.First of all, my opinion of the the Mansion is that management there lies and steals, but it remains popular for many people. On average, you will pay less for women at the Mansion than women you find around Parque Ileras. Many of the women at the Mansion will accept less than 200 mil. You will be very lucky to find any woman around Parque Lleras for 200 mil. The rooms at the Mansion cost more than any comparable room in the area. Airbnb apartments can be found for about half the price of Mansion rooms.

As for the Airbnb you mention, I have no idea where that may be. The only place (other than the Mansion) I know about in Poblado where you can readily pick up ladies is Gustos. There are no apartments above it. Other than strip clubs, casas, Gustos, and the Mansion, there are no other clubs in Medellin where the women there are waiting to be scooped up by mongers, that I have heard of.

OnePocketWill
04-25-19, 05:45
First of all, my opinion of the the Mansion is that management there lies and steals, but it remains popular for many people. On average, you will pay less for women at the Mansion than women you find around Parque Ileras. Many of the women at the Mansion will accept less than 200 mil. You will be very lucky to find any woman around Parque Lleras for 200 mil. The rooms at the Mansion cost more than any comparable room in the area. Airbnb apartments can be found for about half the price of Mansion rooms.

As for the Airbnb you mention, I have no idea where that may be. The only place (other than the Mansion) I know about in Poblado where you can readily pick up ladies is Gustos. There are no apartments above it. Other than strip clubs, casas, Gustos, and the Mansion, there are no other clubs in Medellin where the women there are waiting to be scooped up by mongers, that I have heard of.It is called Provenza Party Lofts? So honestly unless the Mansion and Medellin have just over the top women, it sounds like I could go back to Blackbeards. But honestly I liked the idea of a new country and ladies. Worries me that I'm reading management would lie and cheat or steal, kinda removes the "safety" feeling.

LionBacker
04-25-19, 21:51
I stayed at the mansion last year and it was nice because girls were already there and you don't have to worry about a flake.

But paying 200 mil for a hour when you can get the same At the casas much less has be thinking ID do my trip differently.

I want to find a chica friendly hotel in centro (any ideas) and hit up some of the casas in centro pay a exit fee for the girl and.

Negotiate a price for her to stay the night. That way I don't need to go out to to find a girl. I can pay 200-300 mil for the night and.

That's much better than the mansion for just one hour.

What do you guys think?

The Tall Man
04-25-19, 23:58
I stayed at the mansion last year and it was nice because girls were already there and you don't have to worry about a flake.

But paying 200 mil for a hour when you can get the same At the casas much less has be thinking ID do my trip differently.

I want to find a chica friendly hotel in centro (any ideas) and hit up some of the casas in centro pay a exit fee for the girl and.

Negotiate a price for her to stay the night. That way I don't need to go out to to find a girl. I can pay 200-300 mil for the night and.

That's much better than the mansion for just one hour.

What do you guys think?How many different languages can I say YES to your observation.

I am almost daily in centro medellin, just last night me and my colombian amigo picked up 2 chicas for the complete night, I paid 125 mil for my costena freak from 8 PM last night until 2 PM this afternoon. A complete freak in bed. I had so much sex that I need time to recover.

My point is yes get yourself a room at Hotel Nutibara or HOTEL NORMANDIA and you will have a field day with chicas at reasonable rates.

Of course centro medellin is not for everyone but for those of us that learn the nuances wow a world of opportunity opens up.

Good luck!

The Tall Man.

Orgasmico
04-26-19, 02:13
First of all, my opinion of the the Mansion is that management there lies and stealsIn your opinion, what does the management lie about and what do they steal?

Fun Luvr
04-26-19, 03:02
In your opinion, what does the management lie about and what do they steal?I stayed there one time. At that time, their web site stated that all taxes were included in prices listed. I had forgotten that, and they charged tax in addition to the listed price. IVA tax is not supposed to be collected by hotels from foreign tourists. They charged that. When I asked about it, they said only new hotels don't have to collect those taxes.

Fun Luvr
04-26-19, 03:17
It is called Provenza Party Lofts? So honestly unless the Mansion and Medellin have just over the top women, it sounds like I could go back to Blackbeards. But honestly I liked the idea of a new country and ladies. Worries me that I'm reading management would lie and cheat or steal, kinda removes the "safety" feeling.IMO, Colombian women are much better than DR women in almost all areas. You will never know unless you find out for yourself.

You will be safe staying at the Mansion. See my post below this one where I explain my statement about management.

Orgasmico
04-26-19, 03:48
So honestly unless the Mansion and Medellin have just over the top women, it sounds like I could go back to Blackbeards. But honestly I liked the idea of a new country and ladies. Worries me that I'm reading management would lie and cheat or steal, kinda removes the "safety" feeling.Medellin can be dangerous in comparison to the DR. In that sense, the management at the Mansion would probably be the least of your worries considering the real theft that occurs in the streets and guys getting drugged by women. You hear about this kind of stuff happening here much more than the DR. That being said, you will probably not have a problem on a short stay if you take the proper precautions.

As far as the women, I lived in Santiago for 2 years and never had a complaint about the women. I also like Santo Domingo and the Caribbean vibe. That being said, if you have only experienced Barba Negra then there is a lot more to experience in the DR. There are other options in that Puerto Plata area in addition to Black Beards.

I'm a resident of Medellin and I have no complaints about the women here either. If you've never been and have an interest, it may be worth checking out. Colombia is a big country and there are many cities that have a p4 p scene. As far as Medellin, even if you don't chose the mansion there are plenty of hotel and airbnb options. As far as the women here in Medellin, you have everything from crack heads on the street to high end call girls so there is something for every taste and budget. In general, Medellin is known for having pretty and voluptuous women that are very feminine. There is no beach here and it is a major city so much different from a Puerto Plata / Costambar type experience.

The Tall Man
04-26-19, 13:29
Medellin can be dangerous in comparison to the DR. In that sense, the management at the Mansion would probably be the least of your worries considering the real theft that occurs in the streets and guys getting drugged by women. You hear about this kind of stuff happening here much more than the DR. That being said, you will probably not have a problem on a short stay if you take the proper precautions.

As far as the women, I lived in Santiago for 2 years and never had a complaint about the women. I also like Santo Domingo and the Caribbean vibe. That being said, if you have only experienced Barba Negra then there is a lot more to experience in the DR. There are other options in that Puerto Plata area in addition to Black Beards.

I'm a resident of Medellin and I have no complaints about the women here either. If you've never been and have an interest, it may be worth checking out. Colombia is a big country and there are many cities that have a p4 p scene. As far as Medellin, even if you don't chose the mansion there are plenty of hotel and airbnb options. As far as the women here in Medellin, you have everything from crack heads on the street to high end call girls so there is something for every taste and budget. In general, Medellin is known for having pretty and voluptuous women that are very feminine. There is no beach here and it is a major city so much different from a Puerto Plata / Costambar type experience.Could not have described the differences and better and to that their is a girl in Medellin that will fit any budget and type.

TTM.

Doeman
04-27-19, 16:40
Hey guys,

I've been out of the monger game for awhile. (Salvadoran-American). I've done my share of traveling in my origin country of ES but have always wanted to take a trip to Colombia but my buddy I used to party with is not up for the trip. What's the low down for a complete noob to Colombia like me. I speak fluent Spanish and English. I guess main question for me is, since I see this posted on the trip announcements. Do some of you meet up while down there? That'd be cool for me so long as I can plan ahead. Peace guys.

NorthStar1
04-28-19, 06:28
Hi everyone,

I'll be traveling to Colombia in June and am trying to get my accommodations in Medellin set up but I'm having trouble locating the mansion on the web. I've clicked through to the links in a number of the posts on the forum and none of them are working. Can someone help direct me to their booking info? Many thanks! As this is my first post, I should also add that I appreciate all of the information you guys have shared and have learned quite a bit, many thanks!

Fun Luvr
04-28-19, 17:08
Hi everyone,

I'll be traveling to Colombia in June and am trying to get my accommodations in Medellin set up but I'm having trouble locating the mansion on the web. I've clicked through to the links in a number of the posts on the forum and none of them are working. ...Here is the link, and it is working. http://hotelmedellinplaza.com/.

JjBee62
04-29-19, 01:47
Here is the link, and it is working. http://hotelmedellinplaza.com/.Some additional information which you'll need. When you email them through the website the first thing they will ask is how you heard about them. The acceptable answer is to tell them you are a member of this website.

I'm guessing they want to avoid someone being shocked to find prostitutes in the hotel. Happened a few years ago in the Dominican Republic. Some church group on a mission trip booked rooms at a hotel popular with mongers. There was a lot of outrage, but I bet a few of the shocked and disgusted people were trying to figure out a way to return without the group.

DetJunky
05-03-19, 22:41
New party friendly suites inside Parque lleras, AC, elevator, hot tub, roof top, lobby, Bar and security. Brand new and Best location and centrally located to everything.

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/33610428?guests=1&adults=1&source_impression_id=p3_1556918569_c%2BlwHcrcDsK1F13f

The Tall Man
05-05-19, 23:31
New party friendly suites inside Parque lleras, AC, elevator, hot tub, roof top, lobby, Bar and security. Brand new and Best location and centrally located to everything.

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/33610428?guests=1&adults=1&source_impression_id=p3_1556918569_c%2BlwHcrcDsK1F13fWow must admit the place looks really classy but it is new so get to it before they shut it down because of the ongoing parties and disturbances which will happen.

The Tall Man.

DetJunky
05-18-19, 01:17
Wow must admit the place looks really classy but it is new so get to it before they shut it down because of the ongoing parties and disturbances which will happen.

The Tall Man.https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/30209471?guests=1&adults=1&sl_alternate_dates_exclusion=true&source_impression_id=p3_1558138072_ZOigyjew3s%2FL69rB

We have 24 x7 security and inside lleras with Colombian cops near by, they do not charge for guests.

The Tall Man
05-18-19, 22:44
https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/30209471?guests=1&adults=1&sl_alternate_dates_exclusion=true&source_impression_id=p3_1558138072_ZOigyjew3s%2FL69rB

We have 24 x7 security and inside lleras with Colombian cops near by, they do not charge for guests.Sweet!

The Tall Man.

LoveItHere69
05-19-19, 18:07
I am 95% sure Hotel Calle Real is girl friendly but want to be 100% sure so am asking you. Can not find an answer in any of my searches of ISG, hotel sites, others.

Can you recommend 2-3 places to stay near the street walkers that in clean with hopefully hot water and air conditioning? Small, spartan, noisy is OK. Cheaper the better. Nothing over $25. Love motels are fine.

First trip with no Spanish but I know I do not belong in El Poblado. Do not even want to visit that area. But will visit the Laureles area.

Landing May 27.

The Tall Man
05-21-19, 16:05
I am 95% sure Hotel Calle Real is girl friendly but want to be 100% sure so am asking you. Can not find an answer in any of my searches of ISG, hotel sites, others.

Can you recommend 2-3 places to stay near the street walkers that in clean with hopefully hot water and air conditioning? Small, spartan, noisy is OK. Cheaper the better. Nothing over $25. Love motels are fine.

First trip with no Spanish but I know I do not belong in El Poblado. Do not even want to visit that area. But will visit the Laureles area.

Landing May 27.In centro the go-to hotels are either Hotel Botero Medellin or Hotel Nutibara. I personally know guys who fly down into Medellin and hold up in these places for a week or two at a time and get more pussy in that time than Hugh Hefner did in a year, jejejejejeje.

For a Love motel I always use the Hotel Palmetto on CL 54 which is about as sketchy area as you can get however the price is right and because of its location you can get as much pussy than your poor dick can handle. I use this motel about once each week.

BTW like your style as I too stay clearr of Park Lleras / Poblado. AND the same pussy / chicas who walk the parque Lleras can be found in centro and / or the centro bars for a third of the price.

The Tall Man.

Vern2020
06-09-19, 18:37
I'm considering either Hotel Parque 70 or Hotel Dorado la 70. Does anyone have any experiencing with these? Girl friendly? I've heard this is a nice neighborhood, and I like to swim. I see that there are some nice Olympic sized pools nearby I might go check out in my spare time. Thanks.

Combo
06-09-19, 23:59
I'm considering either Hotel Parque 70 or Hotel Dorado la 70. Does anyone have any experiencing with these? Girl friendly? I've heard this is a nice neighborhood, and I like to swim. I see that there are some nice Olympic sized pools nearby I might go check out in my spare time. Thanks.I'm curious what Olympic-sized pools you're talking about. The only one I know of is the one in Estadio complex. I also like having a nice pool available (though MDE isn't always hot enough for swimming).

I don't know about those two hotels, but I can recommend San Peter which is in the same area and is girl-friendly.

Vern2020
06-10-19, 02:16
I'm curious what Olympic-sized pools you're talking about. The only one I know of is the one in Estadio complex. I also like having a nice pool available (though MDE isn't always hot enough for swimming).

I don't know about those two hotels, but I can recommend San Peter which is in the same area and is girl-friendly.Thanks for the recommendation. Yes, I'm looking at the pools in Estadio complex. I'm interested if there is a swim team that practices there. I'd like to join them. Thanks for your help.

Trojan22
06-10-19, 10:29
There are dozens of more casual bars in El Centro where you can find freelancers, but that area might be scary to you.What exactly is scary about it? Is it the not speaking Spanish part?

I've seen many people say El Centro is scary compared to Poblado but nobody has detailed why exactly.

JjBee62
06-16-19, 15:00
What exactly is scary about it? Is it the not speaking Spanish part?

I've seen many people say El Centro is scary compared to Poblado but nobody has detailed why exactly.What makes a place scary to you? A lot of people I've talked to are scared of El Centro. A lot of people post about El Centro being scary. You might agree with them, or you might disagree.

I don't find El Centro to be scary. However, some of the reasons it might scare some people are:

More passed out glue sniffers than in El Poblado.

More trash in the streets.

More poor people.

More dilapidated buildings.

More people drinking in the streets, day or night.

Of course, all of that depends on where in El Centro you are. There are some great looking neighborhoods, where the streets are clean and the properties are well maintained. There are also areas that will make you feel like you stumbled onto the set of Escape from New York, except you're probably not Kurt Russell.

JjBee62
06-16-19, 15:07
I figure it's a longshot, but has anyone tried this love motel?

Motel Invegas.

Calla 52 Sure #43 A-95.

Sabaneta.

It's located next to Plaza Mayorca and is just a short stroll from where I'll be staying. If it's kept clean and the furniture isn't worn out, I'd rather use it than Motel Ibiza, since it's cheaper and closer.

One of the drawbacks of staying with a friend, but a free place to stay and do laundry is hard to pass up.

XBoyX
06-23-19, 07:44
Heading to Medellin on early August. Two questions: 1. Have anyone stayed at energy building? How was your experience with them bringing a girl to your unit? 2. Did you have an AC at your unit? Is it really needed at nights for sleeping? I only have problem with the bedtime's heat.

Trojan22
06-25-19, 08:53
What makes a place scary to you? A lot of people I've talked to are scared of El Centro. A lot of people post about El Centro being scary. You might agree with them, or you might disagree.

I don't find El Centro to be scary. However, some of the reasons it might scare some people are:

More passed out glue sniffers than in El Poblado.

More trash in the streets.

More poor people.

More dilapidated buildings.

More people drinking in the streets, day or night..Makes sense. Thanks for clarifying.

CaliSunGod
06-28-19, 13:43
Hi all,

Does anyone know of an air be&be or hotel or apartment that has private dedicated garages? Curious for safety and privacy reasons. I am planning on renting a car this time.

As an aside I've been to Medellin twice and am going again in a week. The information here has been invaluable. Reading posts especially from the likes of The Tall Man are spot on. Centro and San Diego districts are far more interesting than what you find in Poblado to my taste at least.

The Tall Man
06-29-19, 22:25
Hi all,

Does anyone know of an air be&be or hotel or apartment that has private dedicated garages? Curious for safety and privacy reasons. I am planning on renting a car this time.

As an aside I've been to Medellin twice and am going again in a week. The information here has been invaluable. Reading posts especially from the likes of The Tall Man are spot on. Centro and San Diego districts are far more interesting than what you find in Poblado to my taste at least.Thanks for the shout out CaliSunGod, you must be starting to evelove into "my brother from another mother" as the centro and San Diego spots can be very fun and a bit addicting too, we will let the average Joe blow monger have as much of the over priced Park Lleras pussy they want and keep our secret play ground to our-self, hehehe.

But sorry I don't know of any air bnb or hotel or apartment for that matter with a dedicated private garage, they just don't build them this way here in Colombia.

The Tall Man.

Hunglow1625
07-05-19, 15:46
Aug. 20th for 4 nights. Chica friendly & safe.

I've been going to the mansion since 2005, looking for a change.

Energy Living looks nice but the jacuzzi isn't private.

Any recommendations are appreciated.

CaliSunGod
07-08-19, 16:43
Thanks for the shout out CaliSunGod, you must be starting to evelove into "my brother from another mother" as the centro and San Diego spots can be very fun and a bit addicting too, we will let the average Joe blow monger have as much of the over priced Park Lleras pussy they want and keep our secret play ground to our-self, hehehe.

But sorry I don't know of any air bnb or hotel or apartment for that matter with a dedicated private garage, they just don't build them this way here in Colombia.

The Tall Man.Haha agreed I do feel a sense of kinship with you. Perhaps we have even "known" some of the same ladies down there. I do prefer it less crowded so hopefully no one is paying too much attention to this.

BTW in case anyone is interested motel metrópolis is a good option if you have a car and are looking for privacy and security. They charge 45 k "para amanecer" which means any time you arrive (after 8 pm) till noon the next day. You park your car in a garage directly connected to the room. You can even order food and drinks, which they bring to you through the garage, the only access.

JjBee62
07-09-19, 12:28
Motel Invegas.

Calle 52 Sur #43 A-95.

Sabaneta.

Http://www.motelinvegas.co

Simple room 54 k for 6 hours.

Simple room comes with a queen bed, love chair, couch, tv with porn channels, radio and bathroom. It's an old compound. They also have rooms which have what appeared to be a bondage chair, if you're into that. Rooms were clean. Mini bar was well stocked. Nothing special, but convenient for those in Sabaneta, or if you happen to pick up some chica at Plaza Mayorca.

TheBiller22
08-14-19, 17:20
I'm considering either Hotel Parque 70 or Hotel Dorado la 70. Does anyone have any experiencing with these? Girl friendly? I've heard this is a nice neighborhood, and I like to swim. I see that there are some nice Olympic sized pools nearby I might go check out in my spare time. Thanks.Did you ever find out if they were girl friendly?

Anyone else have suggestions for hotels that are girl friendly in el Noblado?

I'm planning on splitting my time between el centro and el Poblado. Probably staying at Nutibarra for el centro to stay close to all the casas and SW but I'm having trouble finding an appropriate hotel in el Poblado for bringing several different FB girls. I've read through a ton of pages and nothing. Last time I stayed at el Poblado, they charged me 90 k for each guest smh. Any suggestions?

Also for SW in el centro, do you guys just walk the 3 blocks to Nutibarra / el Botero with the SW and sign them in? How does this work?

Vern2020
08-15-19, 00:26
Did you ever find out if they were girl friendly?

Anyone else have suggestions for hotels that are girl friendly in el Noblado?

I'm planning on splitting my time between el centro and el Poblado. Probably staying at Nutibarra for el centro to stay close to all the casas and SW but I'm having trouble finding an appropriate hotel in el Poblado for bringing several different FB girls. I've read through a ton of pages and nothing. Last time I stayed at el Poblado, they charged me 90 k for each guest smh. Any suggestions?

Also for SW in el centro, do you guys just walk the 3 blocks to Nutibarra / el Botero with the SW and sign them in? How does this work?No, I e-mailed them but never heard back. I decided to just go ahead and book a hotel without getting confirmation they were Chica friendly. I chose OBO hotel in Laureles. Hotel had a lot of good reviews. I am planning on hitting casas and maybe taking a SW to a nicer short time motel. I will keep my option open of bringing a facebook girl back to OBO, but if it doesn't work out, no big deal. Looking forward to my trip in November.

Sanga
08-26-19, 13:12
Anyone know they chica friendly?

Any suggestions on airbnbe that allow?

Tia.


Did you ever find out if they were girl friendly?

Anyone else have suggestions for hotels that are girl friendly in el Noblado?

I'm planning on splitting my time between el centro and el Poblado. Probably staying at Nutibarra for el centro to stay close to all the casas and SW but I'm having trouble finding an appropriate hotel in el Poblado for bringing several different FB girls. I've read through a ton of pages and nothing. Last time I stayed at el Poblado, they charged me 90 k for each guest smh. Any suggestions?

Also for SW in el centro, do you guys just walk the 3 blocks to Nutibarra / el Botero with the SW and sign them in? How does this work?

Fun Luvr
08-27-19, 05:23
I decided to just go ahead and book a hotel without getting confirmation they were Chica friendly. I chose OBO hotel in Laureles. Hotel had a lot of good reviews.They told me they charge 60,000 per guest to go to your room.

Vern2020
08-27-19, 11:15
They told me they charge 60,000 per guest to go to your room.Thanks man! Good to know I at least have the option of bringing Facebook chicas over. 60,000 is obviously not ideal, but it remains an option. I think I'll mostly hit casas and maybe try one or two facebook girls.

Uthred
08-28-19, 17:17
60,000 K is not bad at all! As I mentioned on my review the Marriott charged over 150 US dollars! If there are anymore good recommendations of nice hotels with decent fees please post them. I don't like the Air be and be's. I like the amenities that a nice hotel provides. I don't care about paying to bring chicks up. But not over a hundred fuckin dollars.

Villainy
08-28-19, 20:03
Thanks man! Good to know I at least have the option of bringing Facebook chicas over. 60,000 is obviously not ideal, but it remains an option. I think I'll mostly hit casas and maybe try one or two facebook girls.You know there are other options. There are some upscale love-hotels (Thematic for one). They have Jacuzzi rooms or simple rooms. The simple rooms are 50-60 mil depending on the time of day. The main advantage is that the door is locked after you and your friend enter. They will confirm that you haven't used anything in the mini-fridge before you leave. This means there is no chance the girl walks off with anything (you won't bring anything to the Love Hotel anyway) and she won't be drugging you since she can't get out of the locked room. I use this option frequently with first time meetings. If I feel comfortable with the girl and there is a second meeting, well then maybe the hotel comes into play. Many hotels will have some charge or something for bringing guests but they will get pissed if you are doing this on a daily basis. Especially if they have a lot of families staying there and your "amiga" shows up in trashy hooker clothing. So if you have her come to your hotel remember the two golden rules:

1. Tienes que traer tu cédula. (You have to bring your cedula / national ID card).

2. Por favor, te pones la ropa conservativa. (Please, put on conservative clothes).

Clockcatcher
09-05-19, 01:00
Anyone have experience with Hotel Madeiro near Parque Lleras? Not cheap but thinking of staying there.

FortuneWaffers
09-05-19, 18:44
You know there are other options. There are some upscale love-hotels (Thematic for one). They have Jacuzzi rooms or simple rooms. The simple rooms are 50-60 mil depending on the time of day. The main advantage is that the door is locked after you and your friend enter. They will confirm that you haven't used anything in the mini-fridge before you leave. This means there is no chance the girl walks off with anything (you won't bring anything to the Love Hotel anyway) and she won't be drugging you since she can't get out of the locked room. I use this option frequently with first time meetings. If I feel comfortable with the girl and there is a second meeting, well then maybe the hotel comes into play. Many hotels will have some charge or something for bringing guests but they will get pissed if you are doing this on a daily basis. Especially if they have a lot of families staying there and your "amiga" shows up in trashy hooker clothing. So if you have her come to your hotel remember the two golden rules:

1. Tienes que traer tu cdula. (You have to bring your cedula / national ID card).

2. Por favor, te pones la ropa conservativa. (Please, put on conservative clothes).Okay guys, is there love motels that are actually designed to handle a bunch of little quickies all day?

I like the idea of it locking itself until you are done. But what if I want to for example get head from at least 2 different women an hour? Are these places where I can just rent for a day like a regular hotel but that I can leave the room to bring in new chicks? I plan on strolling Parque Lleras asking women for head and to eat their assholes and would be nice if I can just sign up for short 30 minute sessions with many many many women in one day then to find one to do everything with. At least not for this part of the trip. Ideally, I would have my tour guide with me and be able to look for new chica's in between my cums. And if its that easy to find a girl in the street on El Poblado for some "ZOKI ZOKI" action, no reason why I won't want 2 new girls an hour. I can do this shit all day.

World Travel 69
09-06-19, 16:06
1. Hotel Penthouse, Calle 63 # 115-051, San Cristobal. Rates: 48 k. Tel: (57) (4) 427 30 40. http://motelpenthouse.co/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Motel-Penthouse/121315177948640.

2. Motel LOS Colores, Carrera 51 # 72 a-13. Tel: (57)(4) 211 52 52. http://www.motelloscolores.com/.

3. Hotel Punto Cero, Diagonal 64 e # 67-435. Rates: 55 k-260 k. Tel: (57) (4) 437 64 37. http://motelpuntocero.com.co/.

4. Motel Lafayette, Carrera 50 # 56-37. Rates: 37 k 5 hours, with Jacuzzi. Tel: _ http://sexosentido.co/motel-lafayette/sexshop/.

5. Hotel Eros (Hotel Elegante), Carrera 54 # 54-31. Rates: 31 k-41 k. Tel: (57) (4) 512 62 20. http://hotelerosmedellin.com/ https://twitter.com/HotelEros_col.

6. Hotel Morgan, Carrera 53 # 53-17, next to Bar El Faro. Rates: _ Tel: _.

7. Noches Divinis, Carrera 53 between Calles 50 to 52. Rates: 10 k. Tel: _.

8. Hotel Cascada Plaza, Calle 51 #36-26. Rates: 5 k. Tel: (+57) 4 448 2621,511 8806.

9. Ensensonte, Carrera 53 between Calles 50 to 52. Rates: 12 k. Tel: _.

10. Asuhotel Dani, Carrera 53 between Calles 50 to 52. Rates: 4 k. Tel: _.

11. Hotel Carusso, Carrera 53 #77, between Calles 50 to 52. Rates: 3 k. Tel: _ Rates: 3 k. Tel: _.

12. Hotel Brisas del Jardin, Calle 51 # 52-79, Of 203. Rates: 3, 5 k. Tel: (57) (4) 231 4787.

13. Hotel La Estrella, Carrera 51 # 50-03, Rionegro. Rates: _ Tel: (57) (4) 532 23 56.

14. Motel Cupido, Calle 46 # 43-17. Rates: Roman Suite from $ 81,900, Additional hour $ 13,650, Additional person $ 41,000 Amanecida $ 129,000. Tel: (57 4) 239 21 80. http://www.guimot.com/moteles-medellin/motel-cupido-medellin-fotos-hd-precios-reservas-y-descuentos.html.

15. Ejecutivo la 33, Avenida 33 # 63 b-201. Rates: 30 k-60 k. PBX: 235 99 88. http://www.guimot.com/moteles-medellin/medellin/medellin/colombia/espectacular-motel-hotel-ejecutivo-la-33-en-medellin.html.

16. Hotel Life, Carrera 48 #55-50. Rates: 29 K pesos for 3 hours. Tel: 511 01 23,300 357 3980.

17. Motel Mementos Plaza, Calle 49 # 43-63, (Av. Ayacucho), it is near the casa Istambul (Estambul). Rates: Basic room. 16 k pesos short time, 48 k 3 hours, Suite with Jacuzzi 19 k to 60 k. Tel: 228 27 98. http://www.motelmomentossuites.com/ http://www.guimot.com/motel-en-el-centro-de-medellin/motel-momentos-plaza-medellin.html.

18. Motel Las Cabaas, Calle 14 # 43 f-65, Barrio Manila, El Poblado. Rates: $ 65,000 2 pm Sunday to 6 am Monday, 10 pm Monday to 6 am Tuesday, 10 pm Tuesday to 6 am Wednesday. Tel: (57) (4) 266 11 47. http://www.lascabanasmotel.com/ https://www.facebook.com/LasCabanasElPoblado.

19. Motel Ibiza, Carrera 42 # 79-39 Autopista Sur, Itagu. Rates: 76 k to 420 k. Tel: 448 49 69. http://motelibiza.com https://www.facebook.com/MotelIbiza.

20. LOS Chalets Motel, Calle 80 sur #55-71, La Estrella. Rates: $ 75,900 (accommodation for 6 hours), Additional hour: $ 16,000 Additional Person: $ 40,000. Tel: 279 14 49. http://loschaletsmotel.com/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Motel-Los-Chalets/220028941357218 http://www.guimot.com/moteles-medellin/moteles-en-medellin/antioquia/colombia/exclusivo-motel-los-chalets-en-medellin.html.

21. Thematic Suites, Calle 51 # 67 be 27 Medelland Tel: (4) 434 0588 230 2541. Thematicsuites@hotmail.com https://www.thematicsuites.com.co/habitaciones/tematicas/tematicas-especiales https://www.facebook.com/motelthematicsuites/.

22. Motel El Descanso Del Amor, Kilometro 4, Via Medelland, Bello. Rates_ Tel: +57 301 352 8835, (57) (4) 481 0620 Para reservas. https://www.moteleldescansodelamor.com/ https://www.facebook.com/moteleldescansodelamor/.


Okay guys, is there love motels that are actually designed to handle a bunch of little quickies all day?

I like the idea of it locking itself until you are done. But what if I want to for example get head from at least 2 different women an hour? Are these places where I can just rent for a day like a regular hotel but that I can leave the room to bring in new chicks? I plan on strolling Parque Lleras asking women for head and to eat their assholes and would be nice if I can just sign up for short 30 minute sessions with many many many women in one day then to find one to do everything with. At least not for this part of the trip. Ideally, I would have my tour guide with me and be able to look for new chica's in between my cums. And if its that easy to find a girl in the street on El Poblado for some "ZOKI ZOKI" action, no reason why I won't want 2 new girls an hour. I can do this shit all day.

JjBee62
09-06-19, 19:34
Okay guys, is there love motels that are actually designed to handle a bunch of little quickies all day?

I like the idea of it locking itself until you are done. But what if I want to for example get head from at least 2 different women an hour? Are these places where I can just rent for a day like a regular hotel but that I can leave the room to bring in new chicks? I plan on strolling Parque Lleras asking women for head and to eat their assholes and would be nice if I can just sign up for short 30 minute sessions with many many many women in one day then to find one to do everything with. At least not for this part of the trip. Ideally, I would have my tour guide with me and be able to look for new chica's in between my cums. And if its that easy to find a girl in the street on El Poblado for some "ZOKI ZOKI" action, no reason why I won't want 2 new girls an hour. I can do this shit all day.The short answer is "no."

The long answer is "definitely not if you believe you're going to be picking up girls in Parque Lleras all day long. "

The only real love Motel around Parque Lleras is Las Cabanas. It's not really convenient to Parque Lleras for walking. There's also almost no girls available walking around Parque Lleras until after 9 pm.

If you're just planning on picking up girls off the street all day you need to be in El Centro, or Mayorista. The girls can all lead you to a room for 10 k. Or you can pay a little more to find your own room. Unless the rates have gone up the short time rooms in Mayorista are 16-17 k.

Colombians use love motels in a specific way. For a short quickie they go to a cheap, 1 hour place. For a special occasion, they go to a fancy 5-6 hour place, like Motel Ibiza. They don't run in and out every 30 minutes to bring in another girl. The motels are set up for Colombians. They're not set up for what you want.

There are hotels in El Centro which not only offer hourly rooms, but daily rooms as well. One of those might work for you. However, you're probably stuck with 1 towel and 1 set of sheets each day.

A final note:

Even at night, it's unlikely you'll find what you think you'll find in Parque Lleras. There might be a few fuglies around who will run off for a quickie, but you'll spend at least 150 k and you'll need to bring your own paper bag to put over their head. The girls in Lleras tend to look for 1 hour minimum. If you want to pay 4 times as much to get the ugliest girl you can find, plus 7-10 times as much for a love motel, plus taxi, go to Parque Lleras.

If you'd rather pay much less for the hottest girl, go to El Centro.

FortuneWaffers
09-09-19, 21:07
The short answer is "no."

The long answer is "definitely not if you believe you're going to be picking up girls in Parque Lleras all day long. "

The only real love Motel around Parque Lleras is Las Cabanas. It's not really convenient to Parque Lleras for walking. There's also almost no girls available walking around Parque Lleras until after 9 pm.

If you're just planning on picking up girls off the street all day you need to be in El Centro, or Mayorista. The girls can all lead you to a room for 10 k. Or you can pay a little more to find your own room. Unless the rates have gone up the short time rooms in Mayorista are 16-17 k.

Colombians use love motels in a specific way. For a short quickie they go to a cheap, 1 hour place. For a special occasion, they go to a fancy 5-6 hour place, like Motel Ibiza. They don't run in and out every 30 minutes to bring in another girl. The motels are set up for Colombians. They're not set up for what you want.

There are hotels in El Centro which not only offer hourly rooms, but daily rooms as well. One of those might work for you. However, you're probably stuck with 1 towel and 1 set of sheets each day..I hear you and understanding the rationale for it. Fine. What about renting a van with tinted windows and have a driver drive us around all day while I bang girls in the back?

Pilot Pete
09-14-19, 20:58
I am arriving in the wee hours 21 September and will stay for 6 weeks. Lodging recommendations would be most welcome.

Thank you.

BMo814
09-17-19, 23:51
If I reading the forum correct Hotel Nutibara is chica friendly? I don't mind emailing to ask but thought I'the ask my ISG brethren while I'm on here. I don't want to be accused of being lazy as I was in the Cartagena thread LOL BTW why'all much more active and informative over here in the Medellin side. Looking forward to this first Sudamérica foray. It will be the end of November.

Sly One
09-18-19, 02:43
Okay guys, is there love motels that are actually designed to handle a bunch of little quickies all day?

I like the idea of it locking itself until you are done. But what if I want to for example get head from at least 2 different women an hour? Are these places where I can just rent for a day like a regular hotel but that I can leave the room to bring in new chicks? I plan on strolling Parque Lleras asking women for head and to eat their assholes and would be nice if I can just sign up for short 30 minute sessions with many many many women in one day then to find one to do everything with. At least not for this part of the trip. Ideally, I would have my tour guide with me and be able to look for new chica's in between my cums. And if its that easy to find a girl in the street on El Poblado for some "ZOKI ZOKI" action, no reason why I won't want 2 new girls an hour. I can do this shit all day.Sounds like you need to visit a Peruvian Chongo. Fucks / eat their arses or what ever you want Price is about $USD15 with tip for a Pop or 15 minutes what ever comes first (Room provided). Some of the bigger establishments have 100 + girls working per shift so plenty of selection. The quality range from 3/10 to 9/10 with the average around 6 so a lot of doable chicas. The good news is there are probably at least 100 of these places in Peru so once you have done every girl you like at one establishment you can move onto another and repeat the process. Note most of the girls in these places are Venezuelans ages 18 to about 35 yrs average 28 yrs.

JjBee62
09-18-19, 15:20
If I reading the forum correct Hotel Nutibara is chica friendly? I don't mind emailing to ask but thought I'the ask my ISG brethren while I'm on here. I don't want to be accused of being lazy as I was in the Cartagena thread LOL BTW why'all much more active and informative over here in the Medellin side. Looking forward to this first Sudamrica foray. It will be the end of November.From my understanding they are chica friendly daytime, with a added fee for anyone you bring in at night.

Medellin threads are more active because more people go to Medellin. It's cheaper, has a better climate and has more options for your mongering pleasure.

LookingToSwing4
09-18-19, 18:10
Can anyone provide info on the Sites Hotel, in Patio Bonito? I have searched for information on this site, but have come up empty. If nothing else, can someone point me to information on this property? They have the perfect situation for me: 1 br with a small kitchen, heated pool and small balcony. I have written them directly regarding their guest policy, but they have yet to respond. Thanks in advance to those who refrain from RTFF, as I have tried! LOL.

Fun Luvr
09-18-19, 23:57
Can anyone provide info on the Sites Hotel, in Patio Bonito? I have searched for information on this site, but have come up empty. If nothing else, can someone point me to information on this property? They have the perfect situation for me: 1 br with a small kitchen, heated pool and small balcony. I have written them directly regarding their guest policy, but they have yet to respond. Thanks in advance to those who refrain from RTFF, as I have tried! LOL.I searched and found two posts from last year that said they charge a $25 fee for each guest not registered.

World Travel 69
09-19-19, 00:36
Sites Hotel, Carrera 45 # 5–15. Rates: _ Email: reservas45@sitesgroup.co https://en.siteshotel.com/.


Can anyone provide info on the Sites Hotel, in Patio Bonito? I have searched for information on this site, but have come up empty. If nothing else, can someone point me to information on this property? They have the perfect situation for me: 1 br with a small kitchen, heated pool and small balcony. I have written them directly regarding their guest policy, but they have yet to respond. Thanks in advance to those who refrain from RTFF, as I have tried! LOL.

BMo814
09-19-19, 00:57
From my understanding they are chica friendly daytime, with a added fee for anyone you bring in at night.

Medellin threads are more active because more people go to Medellin. It's cheaper, has a better climate and has more options for your mongering pleasure.Thanks man, and salute you and Pollo negro awesome reports.

Combo
09-19-19, 03:22
Can anyone provide info on the Sites Hotel, in Patio Bonito? I have searched for information on this site, but have come up empty. If nothing else, can someone point me to information on this property? They have the perfect situation for me: 1 br with a small kitchen, heated pool and small balcony. I have written them directly regarding their guest policy, but they have yet to respond. Thanks in advance to those who refrain from RTFF, as I have tried! LOL.I stayed there 3 or 4 years ago and it was generally guest-friendly (I say "generally" because one angry women at the desk was giving me a problem with bringing in guests, but it was just her).

I wouldn't call what they have a "pool. " It's more of a tub, and not even a big one.

If you do stay there be alert walking up / down Calle 5 and 5 A to Avenida Poblado late at night. That's the only time I've had an attempted robbery in Medellin (and I spend time in Centro, occasionally at night). I turned the corner walking down the hill and two guys came at me with knives. I ran and easily avoided the situation, but it could have been different.

LookingToSwing4
09-19-19, 03:46
I stayed there 3 or 4 years ago and it was generally guest-friendly (I say "generally" because one angry women at the desk was giving me a problem with bringing in guests, but it was just her).

I wouldn't call what they have a "pool. " It's more of a tub, and not even a big one.

If you do stay there be alert walking up / down Calle 5 and 5 A to Avenida Poblado late at night. That's the only time I've had an attempted robbery in Medellin (and I spend time in Centro, occasionally at night). I turned the corner walking down the hill and two guys came at me with knives. I ran and easily avoided the situation, but it could have been different.Thanks to you and ALL others. I was looking for somewhere new to stay as I am growing tired of the same places I frequent. And because I am trying to fit in a last minute trip with loose deposit rules and cancel fees as I am not quite 100% sure I will be able to go. Air is no hit as I am on an award ticket.

I had wondered about the pool. In certain places the info references a hot tub but pool and hot tub was the same pic. LOL And thanks for the night safety info. Easy to get complacent. Glad your story turned out well.

Barkey
09-19-19, 05:07
Can anyone provide info on the Sites Hotel, in Patio Bonito? I have searched for information on this site, but have come up empty. If nothing else, can someone point me to information on this property? They have the perfect situation for me: 1 br with a small kitchen, heated pool and small balcony. I have written them directly regarding their guest policy, but they have yet to respond. Thanks in advance to those who refrain from RTFF, as I have tried! LOL.Sites is a very nice hotel. Very clean and well appointed rooms in a quiet neighborhood. If you get an upper floor the views of Mila de Oro are fantastic. Balconies unfortunately don't have room to sit and enjoy the view. Views from the pool are great and I've always had the pool for myself.

Let's of tourists. The couple times I've stayed there were many Europeans.

The hotel is kind of remote although there are some small restaurants nearby and a decently short walk to an Exito market or the Metro.

The biggest problem can be getting a taxi. Especially on weekend nights or rainy days (like today).

Not too sure about their guest policy as when I was there I brought my own and checked in with me.

Barkey.

DogLife
09-19-19, 07:03
Can anybody provide me a decent chica friendly Airbnb where they check the cedula for the guest in Laureles or Poblado area?

FortuneWaffers
09-19-19, 13:37
Sounds like you need to visit a Peruvian Chongo. Fucks / eat their arses or what ever you want Price is about $USD15 with tip for a Pop or 15 minutes what ever comes first (Room provided). Some of the bigger establishments have 100 + girls working per shift so plenty of selection. The quality range from 3/10 to 9/10 with the average around 6 so a lot of doable chicas. The good news is there are probably at least 100 of these places in Peru so once you have done every girl you like at one establishment you can move onto another and repeat the process. Note most of the girls in these places are Venezuelans ages 18 to about 35 yrs average 28 yrs.I have definitely looked into Peru before just that I don't have many days this trip to handle that flight transfer from JFK.

Are those chongos gringo-friendly? I heard from somewhere that chongos require you to present your actual passports to enter now, not really documents I want to have on me at a brothel.

If chongos are a go for a chino-gringo, then its for sure on the horizons for the future.

Ariesx
10-01-19, 13:51
Hi everyone,

My friends and I are looking into AirBnB for an early November trip in Poblado or Llenas area. We find a number of locations don't have Air Conditioning. Someone that know that went said that there is always a cool breeze and his place had no AC.

Is AC needed even when doing the deed?

Thanks.

Fun Luvr
10-01-19, 16:20
My friends and I are looking into AirBnB for an early November trip in Poblado or Llenas area. We find a number of locations don't have Air Conditioning. Someone that know that went said that there is always a cool breeze and his place had no AC.

Is AC needed even when doing the deed?Many factors to be considered. If the airbnb is on the top floor, most will get hot during the day. The temperature is usually in the low to mid 80's during the day, so there is no cool breeze. In the evening, after the sun goes down, a fan will usually keep you comfortable. Later at night, temperature is usually in the high 60's, so everything is good.

Where is this place "Llenas"? Are you talking about Parque Lleras? If so, it is in Poblado.

JjBee62
10-02-19, 10:14
Hi everyone,

My friends and I are looking into AirBnB for an early November trip in Poblado or Llenas area. We find a number of locations don't have Air Conditioning. Someone that know that went said that there is always a cool breeze and his place had no AC.

Is AC needed even when doing the deed?

Thanks.I spent 9 months in a high rise apartment, in Poblado, that faced west. No air conditioning, although I did have a fan in the room. Except for late afternoon and early evening, the temperature was fine. There's a bit of a morning breeze in Poblado, but usually not an afternoon breeze.

I spent 3 months in an apartment in Laureles as well, no air conditioning, no fan. It was comfortable all day. Laureles does get a nice breeze almost every afternoon.

Temperature drops fairly quickly after sunset, which is about 6 pm year round. Daytime high is about 85°f during the dry season and 78°f during rainy season. Nighttime lows 60-64°f.

You'll find air conditioning in higher end apartments.

Uthred
10-02-19, 20:40
Hi everyone,

My friends and I are looking into AirBnB for an early November trip in Poblado or Llenas area. We find a number of locations don't have Air Conditioning. Someone that know that went said that there is always a cool breeze and his place had no AC.

Is AC needed even when doing the deed?

Thanks.I have a friend from Boston who keeps his AC at 84 degrees F. He's comfortable at that while I would sweat nonstop. A guy like me needs the AC set very low to be comfortable while others would freeze with the temps I like. If you are like him you will not need AC. If you are like me you will definitely need AC. Why not just get a room with AC just in case?

Hombre005
10-05-19, 04:23
So I'the like to contribute to this great site with a little info about chica-friendly hotels / apts in Medellin.

I went last year, and loved it. Will possible live there part time in the future. In any event, I did a little homework befpre taking off on the trip. I asked about this topic here on the forum last year, but did not see the responses until after I was already in Medellin. Hope this info helps some folks out there.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites.

This place was a great choice, since the hotel is attached to basically a small mall (centro commercial) where there are at least 20 different restaurants, bars and cafes, all kinds of food, very modern, really nice, I loved it. Took a couple of Colombian cupid dates here, very convenient. The hotel itself is chica friendly. You do have to pay $25 to take a chica up to your room. But they just add it your bill, so at least you don't have to fork out the cash at that moment. The girl shows her ID, she registers, and up you go. As long as everyone is discreet about it, not a problem. Took a couple of girls up this way, all went OK both times. I would definitely stay there again, great central location in El Poblado.

Blux Apartamentos.

I read about this place somewhere. Was going to book online, but decided to contact the management company instead. They were very nice, they showed me 4 different units, and chose one with a great view and a washer / dryer inside. This place was like the Ticuan Hotel in Tijuana. The girl arrives, the front desk calls your room to see if you are expecting a visitor, why yes I am, thank you, and the girl is knocking on your door a couple of minutes later. Easy peasy. The main downside is there's not a ton of places for food downstairs, I used the Rappi food delivery app a lot, and from that perspective found myself missing the multitude of options in Poblado.

Told About 2 more, but not verified personally.

I corresponded with a guy on another review site. He told me that he stayed at the Hotel Dann Carlton Medellin and the Hotel Poblado Plaza. Same sort of situation, you register the girl, she goes up with you, didn't tell me if you were charged additional for bringing the girl up, but it would not surprise me. He did tell me that he ran into a driver and hired him while he was in Medellin, so that definitely helped the cause at both hotels. Again, I haven't verified this info myself, but I thought it would be worth sharing, nonetheless.

I definitely prefer to stay in nicer places, nicer suites. I'm not looking to break the bank, but travel is one of the only things I splurge on, so the places I stayed at and the others mentioned are definitely up my alley. Hope this post helps, cheers.

Ariesx
10-06-19, 23:45
Thanks everyone for input on my question on having room Air condition in Pablado. We decided to go with ACee since this is our first time going and one of friends that is coming likes his room very cold. Best to make everyone happy.

Regards.


I spent 9 months in a high rise apartment, in Poblado, that faced west. No air conditioning, although I did have a fan in the room. Except for late afternoon and early evening, the temperature was fine. There's a bit of a morning breeze in Poblado, but usually not an afternoon breeze.

I spent 3 months in an apartment in Laureles as well, no air conditioning, no fan. It was comfortable all day. Laureles does get a nice breeze almost every afternoon.

Temperature drops fairly quickly after sunset, which is about 6 pm year round. Daytime high is about 85f during the dry season and 78f during rainy season. Nighttime lows 60-64f.

You'll find air conditioning in higher end apartments.

Kutler
10-07-19, 07:42
If I reading the forum correct Hotel Nutibara is chica friendly? I don't mind emailing to ask but thought I'the ask my ISG brethren while I'm on here. I don't want to be accused of being lazy as I was in the Cartagena thread LOL BTW why'all much more active and informative over here in the Medellin side. Looking forward to this first Sudamrica foray. It will be the end of November.I stayed at the Nutibara, but used the local motels that were nearby Veracruz and Raudal. I'm sorry if my memory is less than unclear, I should have taken a photo, but it seems to be a reasonable 25 k to bring a guest to the room after 6 pm.

If a guest visits before 6 pm they must be out in 30 minutes to avoid charges. It never said but I suspect this person will have to have ID. It also never said but you will void your tourist exemption to pay the national tax, currently 19%, probably on your entire stay.

For me the local motels at a rate of 10-20 K were more convenient. Another problems is the area is unsafe after 9 pm, so if you are going to find a date to bring there you might not want to hoof it.

I stayed at the Nutibara for my first night and was happy with it. I took the more expensive King room on the top floor. The place is aged and the water never exceeded lukewarm for me. They let me check in ultra early, (before noon). I wandered the afternoon, but moved out to Poblado the next day. It was easy to take the metro to parque berrio a stones throw from the action, then spend the evenings in Poblado, very safe til even 4 AM with all the creature comforts not available in centro.

BMo814
10-14-19, 19:28
I stayed at the Nutibara, but used the local motels that were nearby Veracruz and Raudal. I'm sorry if my memory is less than unclear, I should have taken a photo, but it seems to be a reasonable 25 k to bring a guest to the room after 6 pm.

If a guest visits before 6 pm they must be out in 30 minutes to avoid charges. It never said but I suspect this person will have to have ID. It also never said but you will void your tourist exemption to pay the national tax, currently 19%, probably on your entire stay.

For me the local motels at a rate of 10-20 K were more convenient. Another problems is the area is unsafe after 9 pm, so if you are going to find a date to bring there you might not want to hoof it.

I stayed at the Nutibara for my first night and was happy with it. I took the more expensive King room on the top floor. The place is aged and the water never exceeded lukewarm for me. They let me check in ultra early, (before noon). I wandered the afternoon, but moved out to Poblado the next day. It was easy to take the metro to parque berrio a stones throw from the action, then spend the evenings in Poblado, very safe til even 4 AM with all the creature comforts not available in centro.Thanks for the tip! I actually already cancelled Nutibara figured I do what you wrote and get short time hotel if I'm in centro and run into action, currently looking on Airbnb and booking for Apatment in Poblado. Ill stay a M2 first couple night then apartment.

DetJunky
10-30-19, 04:38
2 Bedroom suite in the middle of lleras where all the action is and are party friendly - https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/39367278?preview_for_ml=true&source_impression_id=p3_1572406591_96BEj5XPDQqP%2BB8M.

DetJunky
10-30-19, 04:39
Can anybody provide me a decent chica friendly Airbnb where they check the cedula for the guest in Laureles or Poblado area?https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/39367278?preview_for_ml=true&source_impression_id=p3_1572406591_96BEj5XPDQqP%2BB8M

DogLife
10-30-19, 05:45
https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/39367278?preview_for_ml=true&source_impression_id=p3_1572406591_96BEj5XPDQqP%2BB8MThanks DetJunky!

The price of $206 per night is kinda steep in Medellin standard. But looks worth it if going for joint adventure with another like minded friend.

DetJunky
10-30-19, 23:49
Thanks DetJunky!

The price of $206 per night is kinda steep in Medellin standard. But looks worth it if going for joint adventure with another like minded friend.It is a 2 bedroom suite, if two of you come it will be $100 each same as other places, you can also try the below.

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/39111815?preview_for_ml=true&source_impression_id=p3_1572406630_h95NhqrVTwnoo1Oc

DetJunky
11-05-19, 20:31
https://www.colombiacasa.com/apartment-for-sale-in-medellin-paris-suites-404 - For sale in lleras, legally you can rent as short term units as Hotel.

Travel365
11-12-19, 14:01
Hotel Maediro is near Parque Lleras and said they are chica friendly w / no charge.

Just need cedula, as always. I didn't ask if this is only Colombian cedula, but now I'm curious. (lotsa Venezuelans around.).

There are also Jacuzzi tubs in some of the rooms. Which can be fun.

I think it was about $60/ night.


Did you ever find out if they were girl friendly?

Anyone else have suggestions for hotels that are girl friendly in el Noblado?

I'm planning on splitting my time between el centro and el Poblado. Probably staying at Nutibarra for el centro to stay close to all the casas and SW but I'm having trouble finding an appropriate hotel in el Poblado for bringing several different FB girls. I've read through a ton of pages and nothing. Last time I stayed at el Poblado, they charged me 90 k for each guest smh. Any suggestions?

Also for SW in el centro, do you guys just walk the 3 blocks to Nutibarra / el Botero with the SW and sign them in? How does this work?

Vern2020
11-18-19, 16:54
Just a quick post on my recent trip the last couple weeks. Sorry, I am not posting to confirm a chica-friendly hotel in Laureles. I stayed at OBO hotel, and it was really nice, but I never brought chicas back to the hotel. I never even tried. I saw chicas at the casas or strip clubs all the time, so I never had the need to bring one back to the hotel. This location was great and the hotel was really nice. The neighborhood is actually called Florida Nueva, for what it's worth. It is on a side street right off La Setenta, and a short walk to the Estadio metro station. I really recommend this part of town to stay in, and I recommend this hotel. Although I can't confirm, it may be allowed to bring chicas. When I checked in the clerk said, "oh, you have booked for two people. " he asked if I had anyone else to check in. I told him maybe I would be bringing someone back with me later in the week. He said, no problem, we will just make a copy of her cedula. All of this was in spanish, by the way, because nobody speaks english there.

GeneHickman
11-18-19, 17:07
Just a quick post on my recent trip the last couple weeks. Sorry, I am not posting to confirm a chica-friendly hotel in Laureles. I stayed at OBO hotel, and it was really nice, but I never brought chicas back to the hotel. I never even tried. I saw chicas at the casas or strip clubs all the time, so I never had the need to bring one back to the hotel. This location was great and the hotel was really nice. The neighborhood is actually called Florida Nueva, for what it's worth. It is on a side street right off La Setenta, and a short walk to the Estadio metro station. I really recommend this part of town to stay in, and I recommend this hotel. Although I can't confirm, it may be allowed to bring chicas. When I checked in the clerk said, "oh, you have booked for two people. " he asked if I had anyone else to check in. I told him maybe I would be bringing someone back with me later in the week. He said, no problem, we will just make a copy of her cedula. All of this was in spanish, by the way, because nobody speaks english there.Not specific to this hotel but from my experience, the first one is never an issue. They just do like they said, after that is when the big chica fee shows up and its extortionate for local standards, rendering your only realistic option as a nearby love motel. That first chica you registered can come and go as many times as you want.

DetJunky
12-13-19, 05:40
Hotel Maediro is near Parque Lleras and said they are chica friendly w / no charge.

Just need cedula, as always. I didn't ask if this is only Colombian cedula, but now I'm curious. (lotsa Venezuelans around.).

There are also Jacuzzi tubs in some of the rooms. Which can be fun.

I think it was about $60/ night.Chica friendly and party friendly hotel in lleras.

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/39367278?preview_for_ml=true&source_impression_id=p3_1572406591_96BEj5XPDQqP%2BB8M

World Travel 69
12-13-19, 16:53
https://hotelmadeiro.com-medellin.com/en/


Hotel Madeiro is near Parque Lleras and said they are chica friendly w / no charge.

Just need cedula, as always. I didn't ask if this is only Colombian cedula, but now I'm curious. (lotsa Venezuelans around.).

There are also Jacuzzi tubs in some of the rooms. Which can be fun.

I think it was about $60/ night.

Uthred
12-13-19, 20:58
https://hotelmadeiro.com-medellin.com/en/

Looks like a nice place. Has anybody stayed here that can confirm? I understand the mongers on here that don't like to give out info on the places they stay. One guy mentioned Estelar and that he did not want to ruin a good thing. I totally get it! So if you don't post about it I cannot hate on you. I do the same exact thing. Sometimes it's better not to share info because you will always have that one dude who will mess things up!


Chica friendly and party friendly hotel in lleras.

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/39367278?preview_for_ml=true&source_impression_id=p3_1572406591_96BEj5XPDQqP%2BB8MFor another $25 it truly would be Bellagio style. These folks running the BnB's are taking advantage of us mongers LOL. The rooms at Energy with AC are going for the same price. Another guy mentioned the cheaper rooms at 50 end up being double that with thee cleaning fee. It kind of sucks. I found one in Lugo that allows chicks (confirmed). The security guard was cool and knew what was up. They just need ID.

Uthred
12-14-19, 17:56
I got a chuckle from this review I found about Energy. I think if more reviews like this are posted on hotel review sites they will have to make a choice on staying chica friendly or not.

GeneHickman
12-20-19, 12:48
Trying to plan my next trip to Medellin now. Anyone stayed at the Blux apartments lately? I have read mixed reports about them of late, that they were giving guests a hard time etc.

I am trying to avoid the need for short term motels. And the rip off chica fee at long term and balance that with security.

Thoughts welcome.

SpiderRider
12-21-19, 04:24
Anyone know of a short time hotel set up for light bondage? . There's a chica that has need for a little attitude adjustment.

DetJunky
12-30-19, 00:27
Looks like a nice place. Has anybody stayed here that can confirm? I understand the mongers on here that don't like to give out info on the places they stay. One guy mentioned Estelar and that he did not want to ruin a good thing. I totally get it! So if you don't post about it I cannot hate on you. I do the same exact thing. Sometimes it's better not to share info because you will always have that one dude who will mess things up!

For another $25 it truly would be Bellagio style. These folks running the BnB's are taking advantage of us mongers LOL. The rooms at Energy with AC are going for the same price. Another guy mentioned the cheaper rooms at 50 end up being double that with thee cleaning fee. It kind of sucks. I found one in Lugo that allows chicks (confirmed). The security guard was cool and knew what was up. They just need ID.Another Chica friendly place in lleras - https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/40428859?preview_for_ml=true.

JjBee62
12-30-19, 03:22
Anyone know of a short time hotel set up for light bondage? . There's a chica that has need for a little attitude adjustment.I don't know of any, but here's a list of most of the better ones in and around Medellin.

http://guiacereza.com/guia-sitios/advanced-search/17775

I'd contact some on the list and ask.

SuperMarckus
12-30-19, 05:27
Hi guys,

I've looked through 50 pages seeking a girl friendly hotel in either Pobalado or Centro.

Have not been to Medellin for P4P before, only for business.

My girl friendly I mean no joiner fee, no questions, no question of 'it depends whose shift it is'; just a concrete acceptance that men are banging women in their rooms.

There were some bulletproof suggestions but every one of them is full for my dates in mid-May. It seems my only options are expensive, far away from the action or a love hotel on a daily rate. For nine days.

So going for the third option, what is the least grim, more-or-less safe shack-up place in Centro or Poblado. Ideally with normal hotel stuff like a desk and WiFi and a safe?

Many many thanks for the help.

Marckus.

SpiderRider
12-31-19, 04:52
Hi guys,

I've looked through 50 pages seeking a girl friendly hotel in either Pobalado or Centro.

Have not been to Medellin for P4P before, only for business.

My girl friendly I mean no joiner fee, no questions, no question of 'it depends whose shift it is'; just a concrete acceptance that men are banging women in their rooms.

There were some bulletproof suggestions but every one of them is full for my dates in mid-May. It seems my only options are expensive, far away from the action or a love hotel on a daily rate. For nine days.

So going for the third option, what is the least grim, more-or-less safe shack-up place in Centro or Poblado. Ideally with normal hotel stuff like a desk and WiFi and a safe?

Many many thanks for the help.

Marckus.Book a simple, functional AirBnB OUTSIDE of Poblado. Be discreet and considerate of your neighbors. Also: www.apartasuitelaprovincia.com Its poblado. Again discreet and considerate. Never had a problem there.

World Travel 69
12-31-19, 15:24
I have a list of Hotels, but never added chica friendly to the list.

Sorry.

Pick an area and call or email them.

As for emails, a lot of hotels get too busy to answer.

This list is old, but may help.

http://www.internationalsexguide.nl/forum/showthread.php?2654-Medellin-Hotels-and-Rental-Apartments&p=1101270&viewfull=1#post1101270


Hi guys,

I've looked through 50 pages seeking a girl friendly hotel in either Pobalado or Centro.

Have not been to Medellin for P4P before, only for business.

My girl friendly I mean no joiner fee, no questions, no question of 'it depends whose shift it is'; just a concrete acceptance that men are banging women in their rooms.

There were some bulletproof suggestions but every one of them is full for my dates in mid-May. It seems my only options are expensive, far away from the action or a love hotel on a daily rate. For nine days.

So going for the third option, what is the least grim, more-or-less safe shack-up place in Centro or Poblado. Ideally with normal hotel stuff like a desk and WiFi and a safe?

Many many thanks for the help.

Marckus.

SuperMarckus
01-01-20, 03:13
Book a simple, functional AirBnB OUTSIDE of Poblado. Be discreet and considerate of your neighbors. Also: www.apartasuitelaprovincia.com Its poblado. Again discreet and considerate. Never had a problem there.Thanks man. Did you mean this site? http://www.apartahotellaprovincia.com/site/ I can't get your link to work.

Also. Has anyone stayed here? I'm guessing its inclusion on this site means it's All You Can Eat chica-wise? http://guiacereza.com/guia-sitios/moteles/item/47-medellin-street-hotel.

Mojo Bandit
01-02-20, 05:33
Hi guys,

I've looked through 50 pages seeking a girl friendly hotel in either Pobalado or Centro.

Have not been to Medellin for P4P before, only for business.

My girl friendly I mean no joiner fee, no questions, no question of 'it depends whose shift it is'; just a concrete acceptance that men are banging women in their rooms.

There were some bulletproof suggestions but every one of them is full for my dates in mid-May. It seems my only options are expensive, far away from the action or a love hotel on a daily rate. For nine days.

So going for the third option, what is the least grim, more-or-less safe shack-up place in Centro or Poblado. Ideally with normal hotel stuff like a desk and WiFi and a safe?

Many many thanks for the help.

Marckus.https://en.casacol.co/en/blux-building

SpiderRider
01-04-20, 21:49
Thanks man. Did you mean this site? http://www.apartahotellaprovincia.com/site/ I can't get your link to work.

Also. Has anyone stayed here? I'm guessing its inclusion on this site means it's All You Can Eat chica-wise? http://guiacereza.com/guia-sitios/moteles/item/47-medellin-street-hotel.Yes, that's the place. I've never had a problem there. But, I don't typically have more than 1 guest a day either. Be kind to your portero. Buy a little breakfast and enjoy the friendly staff. Just act like a grown up with manners and gratitude, not like an animal (or teenager) in heat. Or, a knuckle-dragging, uncultured gringo. You won't have any problems in this special city. Wear fashionable jeans or chinos with decent shoes. Shorts and sneakers are a tell-tale sign that you don't belong here and have no idea what you are doing. Cheap sandals or flip-flops.. forget it.. it maybe 50-60 degrees F warmer here than where you're coming from... but there is NO beach.

SuperMarckus
01-07-20, 02:16
Yes, that's the place. I've never had a problem there. But, I don't typically have more than 1 guest a day either. Be kind to your portero. Buy a little breakfast and enjoy the friendly staff. Just act like a grown up with manners and gratitude, not like an animal (or teenager) in heat. Or, a knuckle-dragging, uncultured gringo. You won't have any problems in this special city. Wear fashionable jeans or chinos with decent shoes. Shorts and sneakers are a tell-tale sign that you don't belong here and have no idea what you are doing. Cheap sandals or flip-flops.. forget it.. it maybe 50-60 degrees F warmer here than where you're coming from... but there is NO beach.Yep good advice, thank you. My knuckle dragging animals are very much behind me!

MexiMonger
01-20-20, 01:27
Guys,

I booked at lloyds hotel in poblado.

Is this a good place? I am more a Hotel person rather than Airbnb or whatever. I plan to bring chicas, maybe.

Have you been there?

LvZooMan211
01-21-20, 00:46
Guys,

I booked at lloyds hotel in poblado.

Is this a good place? I am more a Hotel person rather than Airbnb or whatever. I plan to bring chicas, maybe.

Have you been there?MexiMonger,

I have not been there but posted a question on Google reviews asking if the hotel is "guests friendly". Below is the answer I got back from the owner. I then asked how much the guest fee is but never got the answer back. Hope this helps. Please report back with your experience of this hotel.

Hotel Loyds (Owner).

Edited · a week ago.

(Translated by Google) Yes, of course, but it has an additional cost to the value of the reservation and you must bring your identity document.

(Original).

Si, claro que si pero tiene un costo adicional al valor de la reserva why debe de traer su documento de indentidad.

MexiMonger
01-21-20, 02:06
Thank you very much.

I Read that they allowed guests but on the third one they would give you the "stinky eye".

Thanks.


MexiMonger,

I have not been there but posted a question on Google reviews asking if the hotel is "guests friendly". Below is the answer I got back from the owner. I then asked how much the guest fee is but never got the answer back. Hope this helps. Please report back with your experience of this hotel.

Hotel Loyds (Owner).

Edited a week ago.

(Translated by Google) Yes, of course, but it has an additional cost to the value of the reservation and you must bring your identity document.

(Original).

Si, claro que si pero tiene un costo adicional al valor de la reserva why debe de traer su documento de indentidad.

LvZooMan211
01-23-20, 03:19
Hi guys,

I am planning a trip to Medellin later this year and like the Blux apartments. Has anyone here stayed in one of their apartments before and if so, is it guests friendly? I sent them an email asking but never got a reply back. Any other hotels, apartments, or Airbnb near Parque Lleras that are girls friendly and don't have a huge chica fee? I went to Medellin for the first time over Christmas last year, stayed at the Mansion 1 and San Peters apartment in Laureles. I liked San Peters a lot since they do not charge you any chica fees, but it's in Laureles and this time I want to be closer to Parque Lleras and El Poblado. Thanks in advance.

DetJunky
01-31-20, 16:53
https://www.colombiacasa.com/apartment-for-sale-in-medellin-paris-suites-403?fbclid=IwAR1NIRahDdTHdBb8Ow-2rWbdjdStMhrmCx0Q9NRHE2ZT3vTfUDAEek4Sfd0

Kutler
02-02-20, 17:11
Thanks for the tip! I actually already cancelled Nutibara figured I do what you wrote and get short time hotel if I'm in centro and run into action, currently looking on Airbnb and booking for Apatment in Poblado. Ill stay a M2 first couple night then apartment.Medellin is a bit of an enigma to me. The Nutibara is convenient to Botero, but its lacking in many ways.

I find it difficult to weigh the benefits of staying at a posh hotel and sardine canning my way downtown on the metro daily vs staying downtown where I'm a virtual shut in after 10 Pm. I really like the bars near Veracruz. I was lucky to have met up with a bar girl there who I took out salsa dancing in Poblado before sneaking her into La Quinta in the wee hours. But that's a lot of commuting time.

I'm still seeking out a decent hotel within walking distance during the day to centro but is not in a combat zone at night.

Dcrist0527
02-07-20, 14:15
I have the same question. I emailed them and received a less than clear response. Basically, they repeated what was in their ad. They allow a limited number of visitors and have a "strict prostitution policy". So, I have decided to look elsewhere.

For those that are willing to try, be sure to understand the limitation. As I understand it, you are limited so that the number of visitors over your entire stay cannot exceed the maximum capacity. So if it's a 3 person apartment, you can only have 2 visitors for your stay. I cannot say that they truly enforce that but that's what they told me.


Hi guys,

I am planning a trip to Medellin later this year and like the Blux apartments. Has anyone here stayed in one of their apartments before and if so, is it guests friendly? I sent them an email asking but never got a reply back. Any other hotels, apartments, or Airbnb near Parque Lleras that are girls friendly and don't have a huge chica fee? I went to Medellin for the first time over Christmas last year, stayed at the Mansion 1 and San Peters apartment in Laureles. I liked San Peters a lot since they do not charge you any chica fees, but it's in Laureles and this time I want to be closer to Parque Lleras and El Poblado. Thanks in advance.

JjBee62
02-08-20, 04:42
Medellin is a bit of an enigma to me. The Nutibara is convenient to Botero, but its lacking in many ways.

I find it difficult to weigh the benefits of staying at a posh hotel and sardine canning my way downtown on the metro daily vs staying downtown where I'm a virtual shut in after 10 Pm. I really like the bars near Veracruz. I was lucky to have met up with a bar girl there who I took out salsa dancing in Poblado before sneaking her into La Quinta in the wee hours. But that's a lot of commuting time.

I'm still seeking out a decent hotel within walking distance during the day to centro but is not in a combat zone at night.Try looking up the hill to the east, especially along the Tranvia. The area gets nicer and it's any easy downhill walk or a quick taxi ride back. There are also some nice restaurants up that way.

PoonyD
02-19-20, 20:33
Has anyone stayed at the hotel Nutibara recently. Are they stil chica friendly and or do they charge a guest fee (if so how much)? How are the rooms, staff, food etc. ? Any information would help. Booked my second trip to Medellin and I want to stay in this area this time. Would prefer a hotel over an airbnb because I have a few friends joining me but not everyone is confirmed plus I prefer having my own space and the convenience of a hotel. So any other close by hotel recommendations would also be appreciated but Nutibara seems to check most of the boxes for me.

TjBrazil
02-21-20, 08:29
2 Bedroom suite in the middle of lleras where all the action is and are party friendly - https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/39367278?preview_for_ml=true&source_impression_id=p3_1572406591_96BEj5XPDQqP%2BB8M.Is that 170 k pesos or 170 dollars a night.

Easeien
09-25-20, 05:08
Is that 170 k pesos or 170 dollars a night.Looks like USD TjBrazil.

Purple Buddha
10-04-20, 16:06
https://en.casacol.co/en/blux-buildingSo I stayed at the Blux before but didn't bring any guests back. I just booked with them again and they stated that only 2 guests would be welcome during the length of my stay. Does anyone know if that is actually enforced?

Sean EZ
10-26-20, 18:36
I recently stayed in BLUX. They employ female security staff. Two person per stay policy, only Colombia-issued Cedula, or a foreign passport rule is strongly enforced. Forgot about bringing Venezuela girls back.

This two / three visitors per stay is new and has become very annoying.

Members should be paying particular attention to this board with respect to accommodations in Medellin. The rule of thumb for the newer tall residential building should be avoided. Things have changed this year.

RacShack
10-26-20, 21:54
Is that 170 k pesos or 170 dollars a night.Looks like it's $250 now a night! You can get a room a the real Bellagio For less.

Questner
10-27-20, 02:37
I recently stayed in BLUX. They employ female security staff. Two person per stay policy, only Colombia-issued Cedula, or a foreign passport rule is strongly enforced. Forgot about bringing Venezuela girls back.

This two / three visitors per stay is new and has become very annoying.

Members should be paying particular attention to this board with respect to accommodations in Medellin. The rule of thumb for the newer tall residential building should be avoided. Things have changed this year.Can you please elaborate more on it? Let's say you alone book an apartment for your stay of one month which can accommodate 2 people. Is there a problem to bring in 1 visitor at a time?

Zeos1
10-27-20, 03:24
Can you please elaborate more on it? Let's say you alone book an apartment for your stay of one month which can accommodate 2 people. Is there a problem to bring in 1 visitor at a time?One visitor in the whole month is what they are saying.

Questner
10-28-20, 00:28
One visitor in the whole month is what they are saying.Thank you. Can you confirm personally this policy for BLUX? I asked SeanEZ, but it doesn't matter as long as it right.

Likely it's illogical or contravenes the rental agreement; in any case I don't care, because fuck them, there are always accommodations without front desk security.

VsebudetNY
10-28-20, 04:53
Thank you. Can you confirm personally this policy for BLUX?.Here is the conversation with owner of AirB Blux apartment yesterday:

Questner
10-29-20, 00:01
Here is the conversation with owner of AirB Blux apartment yesterday:Thank you. No, this is not in my view the conversation about visitor policy. This conversation is about registered guests that can stay with you, and obviously each apartment has limits, 2,3,4, 8 etc. It only means, for example 3 people can share the same unit for their stay.

Sean EZ
11-01-20, 23:45
*AVOID* BLUX.

All female security staff. You sign paper saying police will get called if they suspect anything. Max two visitor policy per stay. Cedula or Passport required.

*AVOID* FACTORY LOFTS in Laureles, they won't even let your male friends in.

Keep this thread alive: things have changed in Medellin for the worse.

Sean EZ
11-01-20, 23:50
Can you please elaborate more on it? Let's say you alone book an apartment for your stay of one month which can accommodate 2 people. Is there a problem to bring in 1 visitor at a time?I am not sure about a month long stay. They clearly attempt to combat "prostitution" and I would not stay there. In reality they need to go and close down some of the bars in El Centro, that's where they should start, instead of targeting gringos helping their economy with the much needed green bucks.

Questner
11-02-20, 00:56
I am not sure about a month long stay. They clearly attempt to combat "prostitution" and I would not stay there. In reality they need to go and close down some of the bars in El Centro, that's where they should start, instead of targeting gringos helping their economy with the much needed green bucks.I have to trust you on that (those particular buildings) since you're likely on the ground, and I'm not. I just view the situation from the resident of the country point of view, who may wish to entertain, or has his or her family visitors, colleagues or just delivery people. It just hard to imagine a Colombian renting an apartment who may see the security refusing entry to her grandmother. As for police they don't give a shit about it. BTW the country does not fight prostitution at all, it just upholds the laws and views the providers as vulnerable (meaning protect them). Female or male security does not mean any difference in my view. If you have a copy of a correspondence or a contract from BLUX, you may whiten out the private data and post a pdf here. Thank you.

Sean EZ
11-03-20, 02:25
I have to trust you on that (those particular buildings) since you're likely on the ground, and I'm not. I just view the situation from the resident of the country point of view, who may wish to entertain, or has his or her family visitors, colleagues or just delivery people. It just hard to imagine a Colombian renting an apartment who may see the security refusing entry to her grandmother. As for police they don't give a shit about it. BTW the country does not fight prostitution at all, it just upholds the laws and views the providers as vulnerable (meaning protect them). Female or male security does not mean any difference in my view. If you have a copy of a correspondence or a contract from BLUX, you may whiten out the private data and post a pdf here. Thank you.Maybe your mileage will vary since you a long term resident. If they apply two person per stay and you are cooking Thanksgiving dinner, then this property is clearly of no use to you.

Same can be said for Factory Lofts in Laureles: two visitors and this even counts any of your traveling friends, so forget staying there.

Zeos1
11-03-20, 03:57
I have to trust you on that (those particular buildings) since you're likely on the ground, and I'm not. I just view the situation from the resident of the country point of view, who may wish to entertain, or has his or her family visitors, colleagues or just delivery people. It just hard to imagine a Colombian renting an apartment who may see the security refusing entry to her grandmother. As for police they don't give a shit about it. BTW the country does not fight prostitution at all, it just upholds the laws and views the providers as vulnerable (meaning protect them). Female or male security does not mean any difference in my view. If you have a copy of a correspondence or a contract from BLUX, you may whiten out the private data and post a pdf here. Thank you.1. There certainly is a movement, an organization, that aims at getting rid of sex tourism. Many hotels are signed up, and they have material posted on elevator walls, various places. That is not about prostitution per se, as they are doing nothing about that downtown, etc. As far as I know. It is about sex tourism. They do not want to be known as a sex tourism destination. Whether this is part of what Blux and other places are buying into I have no idea.

2. During Covid, and with recommendations from health authorities, short term rentals all over the world have rules like this. I had an airbnb unit and I had rules like that, because my province did. My rule was that my registered guests could not themselves come from more than 2 different households, and no outside guests were allowed. Later I allowed 1 - per stay. So I had similar rules based on provincial guidelines. In fact short term rentals were totally shut down for 2 months except for guests needing a place because of essential work services and quarantines.

Anyway, it could be a confluence of these 2 reasons, or who knows. I don't find it surprising in these times, but I agree it would not work if it is actually the place you live.

TimeKeeper281
11-03-20, 04:56
The Lugo building won't give you crap.

ElJefe7010
11-06-20, 19:43
I can also confirm the 2 person enforcement on Blux. My fault for not checking this thread earlier. As mentioned, it is an all female staff and they hold firm on the policy. No tip amount will change their view, and even my puppy dog eye approach, which usually changes opinions, didn't work. They haven't updated all their policies on paper too, it was mentioned in a blurb in email only at first. I saw 2 other guests experience the same issue while I stayed. Very annoying.

BootyBandit84
11-06-20, 20:22
I'm trying to focus on apartments that clearly states "guest friendly " before I book anything. I haven't had much luck in Poblado area but I have found a couple in Laureles so I might just stay there this time.

Dg1980
11-10-20, 00:15
Medellin is a bit of an enigma to me. The Nutibara is convenient to Botero, but its lacking in many ways.

I find it difficult to weigh the benefits of staying at a posh hotel and sardine canning my way downtown on the metro daily vs staying downtown where I'm a virtual shut in after 10 Pm. I really like the bars near Veracruz. I was lucky to have met up with a bar girl there who I took out salsa dancing in Poblado before sneaking her into La Quinta in the wee hours. But that's a lot of commuting time.

I'm still seeking out a decent hotel within walking distance during the day to centro but is not in a combat zone at night.Where did you end up staying? I'm also looking for something near centro. I'm currently looking at bombona area but it seems like there isn't much on airbnb. Just curious if you found anything good.

JohnnyO
12-02-20, 00:09
So thanks to this forum I booked a decent apartment in the San Peter building. I say decent because it ticks all the boxes, its clean cosy and full of mod cons but while spending a few hours browsing other accommodations I saw some really amazing places that definitely were a few steps above decent with jacuzzis and rooftop balconies where the price certainly wouldn't break the bank. While thinking of spending a bit more for an upgrade there was one major issue, Medellin does not seem to like accommodating renters, as most of the accommodation seems to come with lists of bizarre rules that resemble an encyclopaedia.

No solo travellers, no more than 3 guests and for each one after there is a $100,000 fee each, no sex trafficking of minors (do they really think someone intent on sex trafficking minors will read this and think again? You may have guests but not too many, various monetary deposits incase you broke said rules and so the list goes on.

Why would you pay so much money to have a good time in a holiday apartment only to be bound by such rules?

For the ones that didn't display a list of archaic rules I politely enquired about their guest policy and asked if guests were allowed. Even though I have a huge amount of glowing feedback on airbnb, my invitation to book was swiftly withdrawn on most properties where I made an enquiry and I was told that their guest policy would not suit me and I should move on. I would have thought in these times owners would be super keen to rent out their properties for a few weeks but perhaps not.

So what's going on, what's all the hostility about? It makes me think how lucky I was in Thailand and Cambodia where anything goes, heck hotel and apartment owners would even find it amusing when I brought so many girls back, in fact at times they would encourage it.

I think these owners in Medellin need to chill out.

Zeos1
12-02-20, 05:41
So thanks to this forum I booked a decent apartment in the San Peter building. I say decent because it ticks all the boxes, its clean cosy and full of mod cons but while spending a few hours browsing other accommodations I saw some really amazing places that definitely were a few steps above decent with jacuzzis and rooftop balconies where the price certainly wouldn't break the bank. While thinking of spending a bit more for an upgrade there was one major issue, Medellin does not seem to like accommodating renters, as most of the accommodation seems to come with lists of bizarre rules that resemble an encyclopaedia.

No solo travellers, no more than 3 guests and for each one after there is a $100,000 fee each, no sex trafficking of minors (do they really think someone intent on sex trafficking minors will read this and think again? You may have guests but not too many, various monetary deposits incase you broke said rules and so the list goes on.

Why would you pay so much money to have a good time in a holiday apartment only to be bound by such rules?

For the ones that didn't display a list of archaic rules I politely enquired about their guest policy and asked if guests were allowed. Even though I have a huge amount of glowing feedback on airbnb, my invitation to book was swiftly withdrawn on most properties where I made an enquiry and I was told that their guest policy would not suit me and I should move on. I would have thought in these times owners would be super keen to rent out their properties for a few weeks but perhaps not.

So what's going on, what's all the hostility about? It makes me think how lucky I was in Thailand and Cambodia where anything goes, heck hotel and apartment owners would even find it amusing when I brought so many girls back, in fact at times they would encourage it.

I think these owners in Medellin need to chill out.You think they need to chill out?

Owners have the right to have whatever kinds of guests they want. And lots of people don't appreciate mongers, don't want them in their place, don't want the trouble that sometimes happen with the stream of girls or guys they bring.

Also, you don't mention it, but there is an issue with a pandemic going on. As an owner I would not want someone bringing in other guests.

JohnnyO
12-02-20, 13:19
You think they need to chill out?

Owners have the right to have whatever kinds of guests they want. And lots of people don't appreciate mongers, don't want them in their place, don't want the trouble that sometimes happen with the stream of girls or guys they bring.

Also, you don't mention it, but there is an issue with a pandemic going on. As an owner I would not want someone bringing in other guests.Yes I actually do think they need to chill out. If you were to search on airbnb you will also see that a lot of the rules also don't only apply to mongers, I'm not just talking about bringing visitors back.

Of course they have the right to choose whatever guests they like but the point is, while advertising for guests with such ridiculous rules they are unlikely to do themselves any favours. There is a pandemic going on? Of course there is and the vast majority of the rules don't have anything to do with the safety measure in place, for example, no solo travellers, surely a solo traveller would be a lot less risky than multiple people. What if you're a solo traveller travelling for work or business or whatever, are you to be excluded from renting. I've never heard anything like it anywhere in the world.

Zeos1
12-03-20, 04:30
Yes I actually do think they need to chill out. If you were to search on airbnb you will also see that a lot of the rules also don't only apply to mongers, I'm not just talking about bringing visitors back.

Of course they have the right to choose whatever guests they like but the point is, while advertising for guests with such ridiculous rules they are unlikely to do themselves any favours. There is a pandemic going on? Of course there is and the vast majority of the rules don't have anything to do with the safety measure in place, for example, no solo travellers, surely a solo traveller would be a lot less risky than multiple people. What if you're a solo traveller travelling for work or business or whatever, are you to be excluded from renting. I've never heard anything like it anywhere in the world.I'm guessing there are two things going on. Excluding solo travellers makes no sense for preventing spread of Covid. So that's probably just them not wanting to have mongers as guests. There is a lot of that in Colombia, there are groups that are anti-monger, or more specifically anti foreign monger. Or anti sex tourism is another way to put it. And these groups may be putting pressure on hosts, I know they put pressure on hotels.

As far as Covid measures. We probably agree on what might make sense for that, I have no argument there.

As for helping themselves have a good business. Lots of hosts could do better with that. I've been a superhost (not in Colombia), and it is always a balancing act between what is good for your business (customer is always right, etc.) and what you can personally roll with. I always gave my guests the benefit of the doubt, refunded more than they expected if something went wrong, and went along fully with the spirit of the rules of the platform (airbnb). It worked out very well for me, and for airbnb, and I think for my guests. My experience with airbnb in Colombia (as a guest) was that most places were hosted by families, and I could understand them not being guest friendly (as in working girls as guests of guests). So I never had a problem with them per se, but it did affect my enjoyment of the stay as I didn't feel comfortable having anyone over.

Njoean197
12-12-20, 04:51
Looking for a monthly rental. My budget is 750-1250 USD, maybe 1500 if its perfect. I was considering Factory Lofts, The owner said its a 3 person guest policy and 100,000 a guest after that. I am hoping that means I get 3 people who will have unlimited visits to my rental for my stay. Has anyone stayed at Factory Lofts and can confirm they would be cool with someone bringing a guest back 3-4 nights a week? I saw in an earlier post someone stated they are not guest friendly, but the listing and owner say otherwise. I would stay at Energy, but its expensive and I heard everyone who stays their is labeled a sex tourist, haha not that I care but I don't want to scare off potential non-pros. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Njoean197
12-12-20, 05:17
Looking for a monthly rental. My budget is 750-1250 USD, maybe 1500 if its perfect. I was considering Factory Lofts, The owner said its a 3 person guest policy and 100,000 a guest after that. I am hoping that means I get 3 people who will have unlimited visits to my rental for my stay. Has anyone stayed at Factory Lofts and can confirm they would be cool with someone bringing a guest back 3-4 nights a week? I saw in an earlier post someone stated they are not guest friendly, but the listing and owner say otherwise. I would stay at Energy, but its expensive and I heard everyone who stays their is labeled a sex tourist, haha not that I care but I don't want to scare off potential non-pros. Any input would be greatly appreciated.The property I was looking at was not Factory Lofts, but it is located in Laurles and is managed by the company Casacol Rentals, same company that manages Factory Lofts.

MiamiBoy1
12-25-20, 04:02
It is so hard to find a decent chica / guest friendly Airbnb these days. Where do you guys stay at? Is San Peter the only decent apartment building that is guest friendly? Last time I was in Medellin I stayed at the Blux but had not brought any chicas over as I was exploring casa and strip clubs scene. Next trip was planning to do mostly takeouts. So sick and tire of these "no sex tourism", "no guest", etc policies. Any options? Is Bogota any better in that regards?

Lucky Nuts
12-25-20, 05:23
It is so hard to find a decent chica / guest friendly Airbnb these days. Where do you guys stay at? Is San Peter the only decent apartment building that is guest friendly? Last time I was in Medellin I stayed at the Blux but had not brought any chicas over as I was exploring casa and strip clubs scene. Next trip was planning to do mostly takeouts. So sick and tire of these "no sex tourism", "no guest", etc policies. Any options? Is Bogota any better in that regards?Blux is no longer a viable option. Energy Living is very guest friendly. There's a hotel named Haven Hotel or Haven A Design Hotel near Lleras that is very guest friendly. There are a couple small apartment rental outfits near Lleras one called Pablado Rentals and another called Victory Boutique both very guest friendly. And San Peter is a good option if you don't mind staying in Laureles rather than in Pablado.

And of course there's always Hotel M aka the mansion. Their sister building located a block uphill "the castillo" is quieter than the main mansion building. You can "bring your own" chicas if you like rather than pulling from their bar.

MiamiBoy1
12-25-20, 06:22
Blux is no longer a viable option. Energy Living is very guest friendly. There's a hotel named Haven Hotel or Haven A Design Hotel near Lleras that is very guest friendly. There are a couple small apartment rental outfits near Lleras one called Pablado Rentals and another called Victory Boutique both very guest friendly. And San Peter is a good option if you don't mind staying in Laureles rather than in Pablado.

And of course there's always Hotel M aka the mansion. Their sister building located a block uphill "the castillo" is quieter than the main mansion building. You can "bring your own" chicas if you like rather than pulling from their bar.Thanks! Blux would check all the boxes, but yes, no longer a viable option. Energy Living is very pricey, maybe for a short stay I would do it, but I'm planning a few weeks trip and this is why I prefer to rent an apartment rather than a hotel room. Full kitchen, decent size, etc. Looks like Laureles is my best bet, I have seen a few apartments online but haven't inquired about guest policy, and no info is provided in the description.

Cursnoop
01-14-21, 17:50
After reading a lot about Blux and Factory Lofts and other Medellin apartments I think the new strict rules is more about limiting spreading covid19 then it is about sex tourism. I think that people staying in those apartments doesn't want a lot of people coming and going it will increase the risk of covid19. I bet the locals staying their are rich by Colombia standards. I know for a fact that in the past a couple of female telenovela stars had apartments in Blux. So they know its not safe if a guy brings girls to fuck them because we all know its not safe, you are not fucking the girls 6 feet away and with mouth mask on otherwise its no blowjob no kissing nothing. So I think the people who are staying there came with a plan to minimize covid19 in their building and they know limiting visitors means less people entering and leaving and also limiting visitors means less guys renting to bringing in girls, means less short term staying visitors. So I think those rules are temporally until covid19 gets under control in Colombia.

About Energy Building that is probably a monger place who gives a fuck the only drawback about that place is the rooms are kind of small I mean the 2 bedrooms apartments but the rest is ok but kind of expensive but it is the nicest apartment building in Medellin I have seen but I suspect it is also a covid19 hotspot.

I suspect that Blux and other apartments will relax the rules in the future a bit because they will not thrive with no business.

Rodeo9112
01-18-21, 15:59
they know limiting visitors means less people entering and leaving and also limiting visitors means less guys renting to bringing in girls, means less short term staying visitors.I have lived here in Medellin for about 4 years. I had a battle with my HOA and Building Administrator here during the first big quarantine and won. Think about it. No person that owns property in a building is going to be told their best friend, girlfriend, fiancée, family member can't visit. Why then would you think anyone would tolerate a "no visitors" rule. They try that shit with foreigners because they don't think you will challenge it. I found out that the no visitors rule was only being applied to foreigners. Pissed off, I sent the HOA a letter accusing them of discrimination against foreigners and a violation of my rights under the Colombian constitution. I told them I was going to get a lawyer and they reversed their policy. Then they tried to say "no prostitutes" to which I responded, how do you KNOW for sure who is a prostitute? Are you prejudging people based on how they dress? If they have tats? Young? I know prostitutes that defy all those norms. I argued this was discrimination and prejudice against their own people. They backed down from that as well.

Saying all that to say, don't let these MFs push you around!

JohnnyO
02-26-21, 23:46
Hi has anybody stayed here, its a few minutes from San P on 42 # 72-18. As far as I can gather from my research there is no reception as that is the type of apartment I am trying to find, without any gatekeepers. If anybody has stayed here I am just looking for confirmation that there are no gatekeepers.

Thanks.

Md955
02-28-21, 20:25
Going to be in Medellin next week, staying at Haven near Parque Lleras. This'll be my first time in Medellin, anyone know how good the hotel is with guests?

Golfinho
02-28-21, 23:24
Is there one? The places already covered here have cheapness and proximity to action as their only assets. None can be considered decent hotels, decent as in a basic Holiday Inn Express, for a frame of reference. While the Nutibara has improved somewhat from years' past, the rooms still get street noise, the gym and pool have been removed, and they still have no visitor policy.

World Travel 69
03-02-21, 16:42
It has only been open a few months.

It would be best to call them and ask their Chica policy.

As you should do with most hotels.

I have an old List of a lot of hotels posted on the site.

You could search for it. It might help.

https://www.agoda.com/hotel-haven/hotel/medellin-co.html?cid=1844104


Going to be in Medellin next week, staying at Haven near Parque Lleras. This'll be my first time in Medellin, anyone know how good the hotel is with guests?

RacShack
03-02-21, 17:01
It has only been open a few months.

It would be best to call them and ask their Chica policy.

As you should do with most hotels.

I have an old List of a lot of hotels posted on the site.

You could search for it. It might help.

https://www.agoda.com/hotel-haven/hotel/medellin-co.html?cid=1844104Friend stayed their a few weeks ago, no problem with girls, not sure in depth about how many a day and so on, but you should be fine!

Only complaint was rooms are very small (at least the one he stayed in) hopefully he reports back and tells us exactly his experience and full guest policy! Hope all is well WT69, your a legend! One of the main reasons I'm a skilled traveler & to this day from very valuable information you have provided! If you want PM me buddy and give me update on what your doing these days, would be great to here from you!

NapataJohn
03-02-21, 19:01
Hello then, any update on this hotel? Regarding guest policy and how good the rooms are?

LvZooMan211
03-06-21, 22:11
Hi, does anyone know if San Peter in Laureles still let you bring in guests with no charge? I stayed there in Dec 2019 and it was fine. I'm planning a trip back next month and want to make sure. TIA.

NapataJohn
03-06-21, 23:30
https://www.facebook.com/MedellinHotel/ they say they respond in a few hours.

Sho423
03-09-21, 07:35
The Lugo building won't give you crap.This is my favorite place to stay but starting next month they are only doing monthly rentals.

And to reply to the posts about Energy, its guest friendly and has nice views but they don't allow partying after 10 pm.

Luminous
03-09-21, 13:04
Yes, I stayed there last month.


Hi, does anyone know if San Peter in Laureles still let you bring in guests with no charge? I stayed there in Dec 2019 and it was fine. I'm planning a trip back next month and want to make sure. TIA.

Md955
03-11-21, 23:52
Been here since Sunday. Very guest friendly, partying seems to be allowed as neighbors have been blasting music after 2 am Every night. It is a nice hotel and right next to Parque Lleras, and it has a pretty nice heated pool so even at night when it gets cold it's enjoyable. Hot water showers every day so far.

Overall very nice. Guest has to register with front desk and if you have a 2 person room (most rooms) you have to pay 100,000 COP for each additional guest.

Combo
03-25-21, 23:52
Been here since Sunday. Very guest friendly, partying seems to be allowed as neighbors have been blasting music after 2 am Every night. It is a nice hotel and right next to Parque Lleras, and it has a pretty nice heated pool so even at night when it gets cold it's enjoyable. Hot water showers every day so far.

Overall very nice. Guest has to register with front desk and if you have a 2 person room (most rooms) you have to pay 100,000 COP for each additional guest.Sounds nice. Are you saying no charge for the first guest? One per day?

Md955
04-22-21, 16:09
Sounds nice. Are you saying no charge for the first guest? One per day?Sorry for the late reply.

As far as I know you can have multiple guests a day, just that only the first guest is free but if they leave and another comes I don't think you'll have to pay for them. They aren't super strict on it though I guess it depends on who is in the front desk at the time.

I wouldn't recommend breakfast there though. It's very basic, I just used it as like a snack in the morning. There are nearby breakfast places that are much better in quality of food.

NapataJohn
04-24-21, 15:17
https://modelosalacarta.com/chicas-escorts-y-prepagos-en-medellin/

It has chica friendly hotels and motels listed.

Shawn6430
06-08-21, 22:59
Is it better to stay in building (M1) or (M2).

Pros and Cons.

HarvestBoi
06-09-21, 02:17
It's been a while. M1 has the pool and bar so all of the drop in action is there. Tends towards a more party atmosphere. M2 is quieter and a substantial walk up the hill (some chicas won't do in their heels & insist on a taxi). From recent reports the accommodations are a bit on the tatty side but OK. IME, first timers prefer M1 where there is better chica flow. Veterans, who usually have a rotation established, prefer the mellower vibe of M2.


Is it better to stay in building (M1) or (M2).

Pros and Cons.

Zeos1
06-09-21, 02:28
Is it better to stay in building (M1) or (M2).

Pros and Cons.Are you in good physical condition. If you are the walk up the hill is trivial. But for lots of folks on here its heart attack city.

Either way you will sweat. Until you get into the shower or you wake up in the hospital. On second thought. You won't wake up in the hospital because it will be full of Covid patients.

Shawn6430
06-10-21, 13:07
Are you in good physical condition. If you are the walk up the hill is trivial. But for lots of folks on here its heart attack city.

Either way you will sweat. Until you get into the shower or you wake up in the hospital. On second thought. You won't wake up in the hospital because it will be full of Covid patients.I'm in good shape for a black man in his early 30's that does crossfit. Does anyone here know the going rate for a girl at the masion vs the central girls. I'm trying to keep from being upcharged.

Ukman57
07-08-21, 11:51
Also: www.apartasuitelaprovincia.com Its poblado. Again discreet and considerate. Never had a problem there.Hi,

Hope you could help answer my question about aparto suite la provincia.

Do the chika need to sign in at the desk of Aparta suite with ID card and do you Know if they accept Venezuelan ID cards? I am in the same boat looking for a chika friendly apartment for a stay of one month.

Thanks in advance and best regards.

Quixote Don
07-09-21, 01:01
I contacted them about making a reservation for late July.

Instead of their normal website, they directed me to: http://www.casaalejandria.com/.

It seems that they're raised their rates by an average of $14 per room. Looking at the photos it doesn't seem like they did any renovations since March 2020 when the exchange rate was nearly the same.

They still have the old / official website up with the price differences.

http://www.hotelmedellinplaza.com/rooms2.html

Just Incognito
07-10-21, 16:31
I just booked my plane tickets to Medellin for my 14th trip. In August for a few weeks.

I am looking for a place to stay with the following:

Hot tub / jacuzzi. Private--not shared with the whole building.

Balcony.

24/7 security that allows chicas but makes them show their sedula.

Safe neighborhood.

Reasonable price.

Not the usual buildings most mongers from the USA stay in LOL.

Any suggestions would be appreciated--post here or PM me.

Thanks!

Sun08
07-10-21, 21:13
Anyone stayed at an AirBnb in Envigado and can recommend for cleanliness, location and chica friendly? Please PM or post here.

ACDanny
07-16-21, 14:42
Does anybody know if the Dann Carton is chica friendly? On Calle 43.

JerseyItalian
08-03-21, 01:32
Has anyone stayed here and if so how was the experience bringing girls in? Was going to book the Blux but units have no air-conditioning. Is it not necessary to have it?

JerseyItalian
08-03-21, 17:35
Has anyone stayed here and if so how was the experience bringing girls in? Was going to book the Blux but units have no air-conditioning. Is it not necessary to have it?Aparta Suites Torre Polbado is another option I'm looking at. Only thing about this place on web it says it's closed indefinitely. But Orbitz and hotelsdotcom have it available.

Cakpm
08-04-21, 02:06
I'd just like to say that I am currently staying at Hotel Du Parc in Parque Lleras and I have seen nothing at the hotel except prostitutes and single gringos. I came with my friend who is a Colombian. I got her her own room since we are just friends. And she was kept up all night by the guy next door fucking two hookers in the ass as they screamed in pain. Every time I go in or out of the hotel I see prostitutes coming or going. My friend felt like she was mistaken for a hooker many times by the guests here. I don't know if all this qualifies as 'girl friendly' but this place does seem a bit like a high end brothel. I found this surprising because I assumed a high end hotel with a strict guest policy would not have any prostitutes anywhere near the grounds. Anyways someone please correct me if I'm wrong but Hotel Du Parc definitely feels girl friendly. (FYI I am not part of the scene and haven't fucked a pro in over a decade, I just browse this site from time to time since I happen to travel to many cities known for girls).

Cursnoop
08-04-21, 17:11
I'd just like to say that I am currently staying at Hotel Du Parc in Parque Lleras and I have seen nothing at the hotel except prostitutes and single gringos. I came with my friend who is a Colombian. I got her her own room since we are just friends. And she was kept up all night by the guy next door fucking two hookers in the ass as they screamed in pain. Every time I go in or out of the hotel I see prostitutes coming or going. My friend felt like she was mistaken for a hooker many times by the guests here. I don't know if all this qualifies as 'girl friendly' but this place does seem a bit like a high end brothel. I found this surprising because I assumed a high end hotel with a strict guest policy would not have any prostitutes anywhere near the grounds. Anyways someone please correct me if I'm wrong but Hotel Du Parc definitely feels girl friendly. (FYI I am not part of the scene and haven't fucked a pro in over a decade, I just browse this site from time to time since I happen to travel to many cities known for girls).Money talks. Its is either you hotel will be empty with 3/4 rich Colombian families or you take the money and reach a better capacity with tourist and hookers.

JerseyItalian
08-08-21, 16:45
Aparta Suites Torre Polbado is another option I'm looking at. Only thing about this place on web it says it's closed indefinitely. But Orbitz and hotelsdotcom have it available.Guess nobody has any help on this subject.

Questner
08-09-21, 00:21
Guess nobody has any help on this subject.No aircon needed. Torre and Blux were guest friendly before the pandemic; can't attest for recent time. Don't know anything about Soul.

PdSuave
08-09-21, 01:04
Has anyone stayed here and if so how was the experience bringing girls in? Was going to book the Blux but units have no air-conditioning. Is it not necessary to have it?I stayed there in 2018.Very comfortable, Paisas coming and going no problem. Nice place in Poblado.

SpaceChimp
08-12-21, 16:47
I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations for aparthotels in Laureles. Ideally it would have good enough WIFI for video calls and friendly for visitors. I've stayed at San Peter before, and it's good, but would prefer to try somewhere else. Any recommendations? PMs welcomed too.

ChadThunder43
08-12-21, 19:45
I stayed there in 2018.Very comfortable, Paisas coming and going no problem. Nice place in Poblado.I booked this place after seeing your post. But after inquiring with them got bad news. They allow only 3 guest for every 7 day period. Anything over that is $30 per. Luckily they didn't try to charge me a cancellation fee.

World Travel 69
08-12-21, 21:59
In some cases, it is very old, but it is a guide.


I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations for aparthotels in Laureles. Ideally it would have good enough WIFI for video calls and friendly for visitors. I've stayed at San Peter before, and it's good, but would prefer to try somewhere else. Any recommendations? PMs welcomed too.

SpaceChimp
08-12-21, 22:07
In some cases, it is very old, but it is a guide.Thank you, I will take a look.

TheNakedIndian
08-24-21, 21:46
I'm in good shape for a black man in his early 30's that does crossfit. Does anyone here know the going rate for a girl at the masion vs the central girls. I'm trying to keep from being upcharged.Bumping this, would also like to know average P4P there and if the girls are comparable at all to what can be seen at Gustos or any of the clubs?

The Tall Man
08-25-21, 18:03
I'm in good shape for a black man in his early 30's that does crossfit. Does anyone here know the going rate for a girl at the masion vs the central girls. I'm trying to keep from being upcharged.
Bumping this, would also like to know average P4P there and if the girls are comparable at all to what can be seen at Gustos or any of the clubs?Black or white or green or yellow or red your still a gringo and frankly the chicas don't care how fit and in shape and how fast you can run the mile rather just that your clean, smell good, not an obese grandpa, clean cloths, nice attitude and not an obnoxious prick.

The centro chicas vrs the Mansion chicas are two very different venues. The Mansion chicas will get what they can (of course they all try) but probably 150 to 300 mil for an hour or so then the centro chicas are 40 to 80 mil gringo pricing.

The Tall Man.

JustTK
08-25-21, 19:44
Does anyone know of a hotel in in La Candaleria that has a sun terrace or some other such place where one can relax and sunbathe outside?

I know Nutibara has 6 rooms on the top floor w private sun terraces, but these are often fully booked.

Thanks!

Wolf662
08-25-21, 20:41
Does anyone know of a hotel in in La Candaleria that has a sun terrace or some other such place where one can relax and sunbathe outside?

I know Nutibara has 6 rooms on the top floor w private sun terraces, but these are often fully booked.

Thanks!61 Prado Guesthouse has a sun deck on their roof.

https://www.hotels.com/ho366512/?q-check-in=2021-10-04&q-check-out=2021-10-06&q-rooms=1&q-room-0-adults=2&q-room-0-children=0&f-nid=1772202&sort-order=BEST_SELLER&WOD=1&WOE=3&JHR=1&FPQ=1&MGT=2&ZSX=0&SYE=3&YGF=14

Hotel Capitolio has pool you could sun around (it's just behind the Metropolitan Cathedral of Medellin in Parque Bolivar).

Cra. 49 #57- 24, Medellin.

JustTK
08-26-21, 02:27
61 Prado Guesthouse has a sun deck on their roof.When you have a problem, just call the Wolf. Haha. Thanks man. I will def chk them out.

Caboteur
08-29-21, 11:24
61 Prado Guesthouse has a sun deck on their roof.

https://www.hotels.com/ho366512/?q-check-in=2021-10-04&q-check-out=2021-10-06&q-rooms=1&q-room-0-adults=2&q-room-0-children=0&f-nid=1772202&sort-order=BEST_SELLER&WOD=1&WOE=3&JHR=1&FPQ=1&MGT=2&ZSX=0&SYE=3&YGF=14

Hotel Capitolio has pool you could sun around (it's just behind the Metropolitan Cathedral of Medellin in Parque Bolivar).

Cra. 49 #57- 24, Medellin.Does this place allow guest?

Wolf662
08-29-21, 23:26
Does this place allow guest?Not sure about either of them, I'd rent a room for 2 and just say the girl is #2.

FlagRunner77
09-05-21, 01:25
I've been reading the posts on this thread with interest. I will be visiting Medellin for the first time in November. I am looking at Haven for a place to stay, but the more I look into my plans, the less I think I'll spend too much time around Poblado. But I want a girl-friendly hotel as that will be my plan for a few days when I need to work. Any other recent experiences of girl-friendly hotels would be appreciated, in Poblado or elsewhere. Thank you!

FlagRunner77
09-07-21, 01:18
Has anyone had experience staying in Orange Suites in Poblado? I've booked a nice looking suite through airbnb. Reviews on tripadvisor seem to be mixed, particularly with regards to noise and hot water.

I have confirmed with them that they are guest friendly.

Thanks.

Madrid69
09-13-21, 04:13
I've done a bit of searching the forum and it seems that Blux was at one time guest friendly, then 6-7 months ago it wasn't, and now it is? Does anyone know what their policy is now?

Vitrea
10-03-21, 09:13
I've been reading the posts on this thread with interest. I will be visiting Medellin for the first time in November. I am looking at Haven for a place to stay, but the more I look into my plans, the less I think I'll spend too much time around Poblado. But I want a girl-friendly hotel as that will be my plan for a few days when I need to work. Any other recent experiences of girl-friendly hotels would be appreciated, in Poblado or elsewhere. Thank you!Would like to help but don't understand your question. You like Haven but don't want to be in Pobaldo? .but need recommendations in Pobaldo? Haven is one of the nicer hotels in Provenza. Provenza lofts is girl friendly. So is the small hotel Viktory boutique where I am at now.

Concarne
10-20-21, 23:33
I used to stay in Poblado all the time. Used airbnb and stayed at the Blux as well as a couple of small places near Lleras.

The Blux was a hike to Lleras. Not so bad downhill but uphill. Man. Friendly but need ID at entrance. Never tried more than one at a time.

But I wanted a place where you do not have the walk of shame or a porter is checking on everyone coming in and out so I have switched. Mostly staying around Laureles now, a couple of times at Conquistadores. Pretty easy to get anywhere: Centro, Poblado, some casas, etc.

Search in airbnb. Some places are pretty nice. No hotel services but. Have the chica do it. LOL.

Concarne
10-20-21, 23:38
I used to stay in Poblado all the time. Used airbnb and stayed at the Blux as well as a couple of small places near Lleras.

The Blux was a hike to Lleras. Not so bad downhill but uphill. Man. Friendly but need ID at entrance. Never tried more than one at a time.

But I wanted a place where you do not have the walk of shame or a porter is checking on everyone coming in and out so I have switched. Mostly staying around Laureles now, a couple of times at Conquistadores. Pretty easy to get anywhere: Centro, Poblado, some casas, etc.

Search in airbnb. Some places are pretty nice. No hotel services but. Have the chica do it. LOL.

Plan77
10-23-21, 19:08
Having seen the M hotel rates, I am beginning to wonder if it is better for me to stay elsewhere. Their rates are simply way too high.

Any Any recommendations for a very Guest Friendly hotel in Poblado that is a popular with seasoned mongers?

Du parc?

Haven?

NapataJohn
10-24-21, 02:24
I'm in good shape for a black man in his early 30's that does crossfit. Does anyone here know the going rate for a girl at the masion vs the central girls. I'm trying to keep from being upcharged.You pay more because of optics and ambience in Hotel M.

Plan77
10-25-21, 14:18
Have never stayed in a AirBnb so far but thinking of giving it a try this time.

Does most of recommended airbnbs on this forum (in Medellin) come with a in room safe?

Zeos1
10-25-21, 21:30
Have never stayed in a AirBnb so far but thinking of giving it a try this time.

Does most of recommended airbnbs on this forum (in Medellin) come with a in room safe?Don't know about recommended airbnbs. But I've never been in an airbnb that had a room safe. Unless they were hotels just using airbnb for some of their bookings.

Giz99
10-26-21, 12:38
Have never stayed in a AirBnb so far but thinking of giving it a try this time.

Does most of recommended airbnbs on this forum (in Medellin) come with a in room safe?I bring along a 5 L packsafe where ever I stay. It is large enough to hold a tablet, phones, passport and money. I hide it and lock it some something in the premises. Gives me piece of mind as I do not always trust room safes.

PaisaLover5
11-02-21, 12:02
https://modelosalacarta.com/chicas-escorts-y-prepagos-en-medellin/

It has chica friendly hotels and motels listed.This website shows Viaggio Medellin as chica friendly place. I just stayed there, and the first chica was free because I booked for two people. However, once I brought the third and fourth chica, it was 150 k pesos per extra guest. At those prices for a guest, the Mansion is a lot cheaper.

Phuket90
11-07-21, 13:05
Does anyone know if the Click Clack Hotel in Pablado is green? Want to try Dix Hotel but Click Clack looks better.

RacShack
11-07-21, 16:21
Does anyone know if the Click Clack Hotel in Pablado is green? Want to try Dix Hotel but Click Clack looks better.Click clack has a no prostitution sign on their front desk, But however I think they try to keep them out by charging 150 k a girl or something ridiculous, hotel dix changes their mind (sometimes in middle of your stay) of weather or not a guest can come to your room.

Good luck have fun!

Phuket90
11-07-21, 22:14
Click clack has a no prostitution sign on their front desk, But however I think they try to keep them out by charging 150 k a girl or something ridiculous, hotel dix changes their mind (sometimes in middle of your stay) of weather or not a guest can come to your room.

Good luck have fun!Okay Thanks man. So I better take the Haven Hotel right?

Englishbobaz
11-09-21, 17:08
I just came back from a 10 Day stay at the Dix. They were perfectly OK with Guests as long as they had ID. Venezuelans need two forms of ID Colombians 1. I was told they allow guest up to the occupancy of the room. I had a perfectly nice stay there.

NapataJohn
11-17-21, 00:51
El Poblado.

https://www.estelarblue.com/?partner=6458

LAURELES.

https://inntuhotel.com/

https://www.facebook.com/vpvsuites

https://hotellincoln.com.co/

https://www.hotelbolivarianaplaza.com/

https://www.facebook.com/MedellinHotel/

https://www.energyliving.com/

https://www.soulmedellin.com/

And the Mansion, of course.

http://hotelmedellinplaza.com/

Kerty9
11-19-21, 21:09
Are these hotels chica-friendly?

The location on this one is good:

Hotel Cristal.

Cra. 49 #57-12, Medellíand, Antioquia, Colombia.

+57 317 8942170.

Hotel 47 Medellin Street.

CL. 47 ##45-47, Medellíand, Antioquia, Colombia.

www.medellin47.com

+57 310 3651661.

NapataJohn
11-20-21, 01:13
Are these hotels chica-friendly?.Ones I listed are.

Kerty9
11-20-21, 05:49
Ones I listed are.You have not listed San Peter apartments in Laurales. I thought it is chica friendly as many mongers stay there.

I am looking for chica-friendly hotel in el centro area. Nutibana has no vacancies during my dates. World Traveler 69 has mentioned Hotel Cristal in his pdf but no mention of its chica-friendly status. It is in my price range, but I need it to be chica-friendly to pull the trigger.

NapataJohn
11-20-21, 13:18
You have not listed San Peter apartments in Laurales. I thought it is chica friendly as many mongers stay there.

I am looking for chica-friendly hotel in el centro area. Nutibana has no vacancies during my dates. World Traveler 69 has mentioned Hotel Cristal in his pdf but no mention of its chica-friendly status. It is in my price range, but I need it to be chica-friendly to pull the trigger.You can ask them on the website or send email.

Kerty9
11-20-21, 21:29
61 Prado Hotel has excellent customer reviews. But is it chica friendly? Its website is broken and it has local phone number but does not have whatsapp number, so I am not able to communicate with it from USA to find out their guest policies. Can somebody who is in medellin find out what is their visitor policy and how much they charge per visitor? Its number is +57 604 2549753.

During my previous visit to Melellin couple of weeks ago, I had booked Hotel Laureles Plaza assuming that it is chica friendly, but found out after I checked in that they charge 50 k for every visitor. I had booked it for 7 days but I checked out within 48 hours due to their guest policy, but they refused to refund the money I pre-paid for 7 days. Overnight, I had to find another hotel that was chica-friendly. Luckily, Hotel nutibara had vacancies and a deal at $31/ day. But Nutibara is sold out in December during my dates. So I have to look for another chicka-friendly hotel near el centro. 61 Prado is only 1 km away from ground zero, and it has nice reviews but I need help from local person to call 61 Prado hotel and find out their chica policy. Appreciate the help.

Kerty9
11-20-21, 21:46
Are these hotels chica-friendly?

The location on this one is good:

Hotel Cristal.

Cra. 49 #57-12, Medelland, Antioquia, Colombia.

+57 317 8942170.

Hotel 47 Medellin Street.

CL. 47 ##45-47, Medelland, Antioquia, Colombia.

www.medellin47.com

+57 310 3651661.Hotel 47 is not chica friendly. They charge 30 k for each visitor. And it has terrible customer reviews. Almost everyone had bad things to say about their experience at this hotel. So I crossed it out as viable option to stay.

Plan77
11-22-21, 19:23
I was initially planning to stay at M but their rates and rooms are putting me off.

Which of the following hotel would be best for a first timer. Close to train station, shops etc. And very G friendly?

Dix.

https://inntuhotel.com/

San Peters apartments.

https://hotellincoln.com.co/

https://www.hotelbolivarianaplaza.com/

https://www.facebook.com/MedellinHotel/

https://www.soulmedellin.com/

NapataJohn
11-23-21, 01:39
. 61 Prado is only 1 km away from ground zero, and it has nice reviews but I need help from local person to call 61 Prado hotel and find out their chica policy. Appreciate the help.You should have used Motel Ibiza and stayed in Laureles Plaza. Ibiza is great and safe to meet girls if you are not in a chica friendly hotel.

Plan77
11-24-21, 15:10
Somehow finding a GFE hotel has seems more difficult in Medellin in many other countries.

In Poblado and Laureles, Most hotels restrict to one free guest.

And charge for additional guests.

Are there any hotels that allow 2-3 guests free of cost on same day?

Omigawd
11-26-21, 10:02
Greetings,

By truly GF I mean where one can bring in more than one guest per day free of cost. Are there any such hotels in Poblado or Laureles or should I just book San Peter's apartments?

Can someone please chime in? Thanks in advance.

TnJed
11-27-21, 22:48
Greetings,

By truly GF I mean where one can bring in more than one guest per day free of cost. Are there any such hotels in Poblado or Laureles or should I just book San Peter's apartments?

Can someone please chime in? Thanks in advance.I have to say no, after much research for my trip next month. Your best best is Airbnb. Because I plan on spending most of my mongering time in el centro, the one a day policy isn't an issue for me. I booked a week at Factory Lofts in Laureles but they only allow 3 guests over a weeks stay. After three, it's 100 mil per guest. There are a few Airbnb's I ran into that actually had no doorman or security, giving you complete control but you also give up some security.

Margaya
12-05-21, 15:31
Can someone please let me know if it is possible to have an early check in (around 9.30 - 10 am) at San Peter's apartment? Who should I contact to get an official answer?

Secondly. I am a Medellin and AirBnB virgin. And don't speak Spanish. Will it be a big hassle if I stay at San Peter's Apartments?

Please advise.

Plan77
12-06-21, 15:31
Hey guys,

How do I book a room at higher or away from street at San Peter Apartment suites? Is there any way to choose or specify specific apartments?

Matt225
12-06-21, 22:22
Can someone please let me know if it is possible to have an early check in (around 9.30 - 10 am) at San Peter's apartment? Who should I contact to get an official answer?

Secondly. I am a Medellin and AirBnB virgin. And don't speak Spanish. Will it be a big hassle if I stay at San Peter's Apartments?

Please advise.They let you drop luggage early, normally lucky if let you check in a hour early.

Matt225
12-06-21, 22:24
Hey guys,

How do I book a room at higher or away from street at San Peter Apartment suites? Is there any way to choose or specify specific apartments?Generally read description and reviews. If all as fails ask Kathy the host of most.

Shawn6430
12-07-21, 16:32
I've visited Colombia multiple times, this time I'm going with a party of 6- 9 guests. One of my friends is asking if we can find a mansion (Large house) to host us. Any suggestions? This will be a Friday. Monday visit.

Cm6363
12-08-21, 02:42
I've read and heard Laureles isn't as safe as it was pre-pandemic. I like the neighborhood because good restaurants and markets are within walking distance (without the hills of El Poblado). I'm typically not afraid anywhere I want to go in Colombia, but I know Bogota far better than Medellin. Any thoughts on the notion that Laureles is more dangerous now? Thanks.

Cm6363
12-08-21, 02:49
I'm likely arriving on Friday from Bogota. Will it be difficult or ridiculously expensive to find an apartment with 24 security for a month over the holiday? I took a look at AirBNB and the prices seemed very high with limited offerings. Are there mid-priced hotel rooms available or will their prices skyrocket?

Any apartment alternatives to AirBNB. (That's what I do in Bogota and love it).

Thanks.

El Moreno 92
12-08-21, 03:43
Has anyone had experience staying in Orange Suites in Poblado? I've booked a nice looking suite through airbnb. Reviews on tripadvisor seem to be mixed, particularly with regards to noise and hot water.

I have confirmed with them that they are guest friendly.

Thanks.I am here now at Orange Suites on Calle 8 and have stayed here four other times since August. No issues with the hot water. No issues with the noise (I am a hard sleeper).

Zirblarf
12-09-21, 14:35
Hey!

I'm going to be in Medellin for the first time this weekend. Any recommendations for guest-friendly hotels? I'm looking for $100-$150 range / night.

JonnyPokerStar
12-16-21, 15:45
I've read and heard Laureles isn't as safe as it was pre-pandemic. I like the neighborhood because good restaurants and markets are within walking distance (without the hills of El Poblado). I'm typically not afraid anywhere I want to go in Colombia, but I know Bogota far better than Medellin. Any thoughts on the notion that Laureles is more dangerous now? Thanks.It's still safe.

Vitrea
12-19-21, 18:10
Hey!

I'm going to be in Medellin for the first time this weekend. Any recommendations for guest-friendly hotels? I'm looking for $100-$150 range / night.I stay at Haven in Provenza. It is the nicest guest friendly hotel in that area. Coming out of the pandemics they had some service issue with shortage of towels (management told me about some story about lack of parts for an imported commercial laundry machine) but it is fixed now. I had no issues when I was just there. This place has good beds and absolutely the best showers. Many jacuzzi rooms in your price range. Also, Take your date to their roof top. She will love it.

Vitrea
12-19-21, 18:18
I've visited Colombia multiple times, this time I'm going with a party of 6- 9 guests. One of my friends is asking if we can find a mansion (Large house) to host us. Any suggestions? This will be a Friday. Monday visit.Viktory Boutique hotel comes to mind. It has 9 bedrooms with a private pool. In Provenza. Location can't be beat. I don't have contact info. Google map search is the easiest way to find.

Englishbobaz
12-21-21, 20:12
In expensive and no issue with girls with ID, non Colombians might need 2 ID's.

ShadowJ
12-23-21, 19:50
I've done about 9 trips to BOG over the last year. I've found that my biggest problem with mongering in Colombia is finding a decent hotel that is also girl friendly. I like soft, fluffy towels, nice bed linens, and working climate control. After trying quite a few places, I settled on the Hyatt Place. They check IDs but there is no charge regardless of how many girls you bring per day (I shoot for 3/ day on my trips). Is there anything similar in MDE? Are any American chains girl friendly (or have a reasonable fee)?

Norbert61
12-24-21, 00:04
I've done about 9 trips to BOG over the last year. I've found that my biggest problem with mongering in Colombia is finding a decent hotel that is also girl friendly. I like soft, fluffy towels, nice bed linens, and working climate control. After trying quite a few places, I settled on the Hyatt Place. They check IDs but there is no charge regardless of how many girls you bring per day (I shoot for 3/ day on my trips). Is there anything similar in MDE? Are any American chains girl friendly (or have a reasonable fee)?OK. I have to say I am not 100% on this because I did not take a girl in myself. I stayed for a couple nights at the Holiday Inn express (I came a couple days earlier than planned) which is a good location. I had an awesome room. There is a pretty good breakfast up on the roof included- it was only about $65 a night. I was talking to a couple fellas and they said there was no trouble and no charge getting girls in. It was really good value and I almost went back there but I opted for Provenza Lofts. Which the girls seem quite impressed with. Me - meh. If I was yanking them out of Lleras it would be great but I am now very jaded about Lleras.

Oterri
12-25-21, 19:35
Experienced guys,

When a woman comes to see you at San Peter's apartments, do you need to go to reception to register her and escort her up or is she allowed to take the elevator if you let security know.

And is having two chicks come to your room OK or does management frown at this practice or wants extra $$?

Zeos1
12-26-21, 20:47
Experienced guys,

When a woman comes to see you at San Peter's apartments, do you need to go to reception to register her and escort her up or is she allowed to take the elevator if you let security know.

And is having two chicks come to your room OK or does management frown at this practice or wants extra $$?Yes, I believe you have to go down to reception and she certainly does have to register with her cedula.

And at times they have not allowed more than 1 at a time. But others may have a different experience. And it is not about extra $$. Offering extra $ at that place could go the other way I suspect. As in get you booted. But I don't know. That's just my impression. Units are all owned by individual owners and I suspect the owners would not condone bribery.

ShadowJ
12-28-21, 21:33
OK. I have to say I am not 100% on this because I did not take a girl in myself. I stayed for a couple nights at the Holiday Inn express (I came a couple days earlier than planned) which is a good location. I had an awesome room. There is a pretty good breakfast up on the roof included- it was only about $65 a night. I was talking to a couple fellas and they said there was no trouble and no charge getting girls in. It was really good value and I almost went back there but I opted for Provenza Lofts. Which the girls seem quite impressed with. Me - meh. If I was yanking them out of Lleras it would be great but I am now very jaded about Lleras.I just emailed the HI Express and they said there is a $25 fee per chica. I wonder if it's much more at nicer Marriott or Hilton hotels there. I'd appreciate any other guidance I can get. This can't be an unsolvable problem.

BootyBandit84
12-28-21, 23:46
Experienced guys,

When a woman comes to see you at San Peter's apartments, do you need to go to reception to register her and escort her up or is she allowed to take the elevator if you let security know.

And is having two chicks come to your room OK or does management frown at this practice or wants extra $$?I have stayed there several times now. During Covid's peak they didn't allow two visitors at a time but last time (August) two girls at a time was ok. Yes they have to register their Cedula or passports. No you don't have to go down, they can go up on their own. The front desk people don't really care about it unless you are causing a disturbance. I had two girls stay the night twice on my last visit and plan to repeat when I visit in January.

Oterri
12-29-21, 02:19
I have stayed there several times now. During Covid's peak they didn't allow two visitors at a time but last time (August) two girls at a time was ok. Yes they have to register their Cedula or passports. No you don't have to go down, they can go up on their own. The front desk people don't really care about it unless you are causing a disturbance. I had two girls stay the night twice on my last visit and plan to repeat when I visit in January.Thank you do much for such a great and cheerful reply. Cheers!

TigerSong
01-14-22, 21:56
Looking to make my first trip down. How much would you recommend spending / taking on a trip like this? And what hotels or Airbnb's do you recommend?

Nyclooking
01-17-22, 21:47
Looking for a nice accommodation (hotel / airbnb) that is chica friendly around el Poblado, I've done some research but some are outdated info / some places are out of my budget. Could anyone help me out please?