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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?

ShadowJ
01-19-22, 22:54
I saw a report saying that you could bring a girl and bypass the front desk if you wanted to. Is that data outdated? Does anybody know the chica fee if you do register your girl?

I'm planning to bang 2 SA girls per day in my room and want to minimize the fees.

World Travel 69
01-20-22, 18:27
Read More.

The reason you register a girl is so you don't get drugged and robbed. Be Smart!


I saw a report saying that you could bring a girl and bypass the front desk if you wanted to.
Is that data outdated?
Does anybody know the chica fee if you do register your girl?

I'm planning to bang 2 SA girls per day in my room and want to minimize the fees.

Zirblarf
01-26-22, 16:28
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?I stayed at Hotel du Parc in Medellin (locals call it Hotel LE Parc). I got it for $80 US / NT. And had no problem bringing chicas.

Eclectic
03-18-22, 02:48
Is Orange Suites chica friendly? Do they have a fee?

Recommended?

Thank you!

BbqMushrooms
03-21-22, 22:21
Thanks in advance for your recommendations!

Here is my ideal situation:

24 hour security.

Private balcony.

Private hot tub / jacuzzi.

King bed (because I'm a king).

I've found everything but king bed (Haven), I've found everything but 24 hour security (non-compromisable), I've found multiples with a balcony but no jacuzzi and vice versa.

Budget is not a huge issue, but for example Charlee is out of my range. I don't want to spend more than 1200 USD for the 7-night stay.

SuperMarckus
03-23-22, 12:04
Hi,

Before the covid craziness I was planning a trip and using a website that had a number of GF pads in Poblado.

I can't remember the url or find it on here now. The background colour was a sort of tan brown and it had everything from windowless bolt holes to rooftop studios.

Can anyone remind me of the URL, and is it still a reliable resource?

Many thanks!

Nounce
03-23-22, 23:03
Hi,

Before the covid craziness I was planning a trip and using a website that had a number of GF pads in Poblado.

I can't remember the url or find it on here now. The background colour was a sort of tan brown and it had everything from windowless bolt holes to rooftop studios.

Can anyone remind me of the URL, and is it still a reliable resource?

Many thanks!Maybe it is LIV realty medellin.

FlAdventurer
03-27-22, 00:49
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.I just came back a couple of weeks ago so this info is current. At check-in, and at the bottom lost in what you sign as part of check-in, is a clause that says you agree that if you bring an unregistered guest to your room, there is a penalty of $200. I asked the GM about this later and he explained that they just are not girl friendly and this is meant to discourage any guest from bringing a chica to their room.

World Travel 69
03-27-22, 15:37
This list is old, but it may guide you:

Apartments

1. Hotel Medellin Plaza, Carrera 43 # 2 sur 50. Phone: +1 312 546 4301.

Email:info@hotelmedellinm.com http://hotelmedellinplaza.com/index.html.

2. Hotel Casa Blanca Medellin "uno" (Medellin Mansion), Carrera 43 # 2 Sur 50, Loma Alejandria, El Poblado, Rates: 155 k to 220.5 k per night. Tel: 266 3631,352 0217, Cell: 300 297 9932. info@medellinmansion.com http://www.internationalsexguide.info/forum/showthread.php?t=3119.

3. Hotel Casa Blanca Medellin "dos" (El Castillo), Carrera 38 # 2 Sur 151. Rates: 140 k to 170 per night. Tel: 266 33 58,266 36 31. http://www.internationalsexguide.info/forum/showthread.php?t=3119.

4. Medellin Hotel VIP, Calle 5 # 43 D-26, El Poblado. Rates: US $70-100. Albert Licht, US Vonage (305) 393-8044, US Vonage (718) 887-2915, Business 57-4-311-9837, Cell 57-310-290-1719. Email: ilcalbert@gmail.com http://www.medellinhotelvip.com/ http://rentmedellinfurnishedapartments.com/ http://www.rentapartmentsmedellin.com/?nobid=1 http://www.internationalsexguide.info/forum/showthread.php?t=2481.

5. Medellin Executive Hotel, Parque Lleras. Rates: US $80-150. Tel: USA (817) 522-3722, Business (from USA dial) 011 57 4 313-4518 (Medellin), Cell (from USA dial) 011 57 3 313-582-6237 (Medellin).
Email: medellinexecutivehotel@gmail.com http://www.medellinexecutivehotel.com/.

6. Medellin Penthouses, Parque Lleras. Rates: US $80- $240. Cell: 310 290 1719, Office: 313 7009. ilcalbert@gmail.com http://www.medellin-penthouses.com/ http://www.rentmedellinfurnishedapartments.com/.

7. Poblado Rentals. Rates: Depends on which of our apartments you like, 10% off for ISG members as always. Tel: US (917) 668-0571. reserve@pobladorentals.com info@pobladorentals.com http://www.pobladorentals.com/.

8. First American Realty Medellin. Carrera 34 #8 A 24, Parque Lleras, El Poblado, Tel: (US) 1-305-393-8872, (Medellin Cell): 1-314-863-0621. E- Mail: rich@firstamericanrealtymedellin.com http://www.firstamericanrealtymedellin.com/.

9. Medellin Apartments. Rates: US $80- $180.2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths and 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths. Tel: Office: (+57 4) 321 2837, Mobile: (+57) 314 728 9411. Owner's name is SeanSunSeeker, Mgt. Andrew Campion. http://www.medellinapartments.net/ www.MedellinRentals.com.

10. The Apartment Medellin. Rates: 1 Person US $30 a night, $200 a week. 2 People $40 a night, $250 week. Tel: Office: (+57 4) 321 2837, Mobile: (+57) 314 728 9411. The owner's name is Andrew Campion. Email: apartment.medellin@gmail.com http://www.theapartmentmedellin.com.

11. Medellin Apartments for Rent. 1 Person: $50 a night, 2 People: $70 a night, 3 People: $90 a night. +1-305-433-2207 (USA) or +57-4-331-1396 Medellin. http://www.apartmentsinmedellin.com http://www.medellin-apartments.com/ http://www.medellinapartmentforrent.com/.

12. Paradise Realty. Rates: 120 k-240 k. (1) 415 240-4698, FAX: (1) 415 520-0114. Colombia Direct: (57) 4-314-2025. Colombia Cell: (57) 313-390-7109, E-Mail: James@ParadiseRealtyMedellin.com, MSN: ParadiseRealty@hotmail.com http://www.paradiserealtymedellin.com/.

13. Vacation Rentals Medellin, Near Hotel Park 10,23rd floor, El Pobaldo Rates: 1 - 7 nights: $50/ night / bedroom, 8 - 14 nights: $45/ night / bedroom, More than 14 nights: $40/ night / bedroom. Tel: US # is 305-394-8939, contact@vacationrentalsmedellin.com http://www.envigadovip.com/ http://vacationrentalsmedellin.com/.

Or, PerfectPlaces.Com: Barry: 917-668-0571. http://www.perfectplaces.com/vacation-rentals/142957.htm.

14. Torres Blancas II, Calle 5 b #43 b-50, Patio Bonito, El Poblado, across the street from Clinica Medellin. It has 5 terraces, internet, Vonage phone for free calls to the states, kitchen, huge w / large living areas and private bath for each bedroom. Rates: $50-$80-$175 dollars a night, cheaper by the week. Tel: 574-266-6064. The Owner is Member WhiteLight. Zonavivamedellin@gmail.com http://zona-viva.tripod.com/index.html.

15. Aparta Hotel La Provincia Apartamentos Amoblados, Carrera 30 A # 9-45 Office Apt. 102, El Poblado.
Fax: 268 78 84, Tel: 312 26 88, Cell: (03-315) 565 67 13. Rates: 1 day __k, 15 days __k pesos, 30 days __k pesos.

16. Medellin Vacation Apartments, North side of Parque Lleras. Rates: _ Tel: (57) 312 275 26 13, Skype: medellinvacationapartments. Rejuvenation@MedellinVacationApartments.com http://www.medellinvacationapartments.com/.

17. Aparta Hotel Barliloche, Calle 30, #73-71. Each apartment has a bedroom and a living area with microwave oven and refrigerator. There is cable TV and WiFi internet (in the hallway). Don't get the unit next to the street because of the traffic noise. Taxi costs around 8 K to centro, 8 K to parque lleras, and 9 k to Oviedo Mall.
The fifth floor apartments are less expensive. There is no elevator. The lady owner (Meri) may not have added hot water to the fifth floor yet. Fifth Floor Rates: 350 k 1 week, 500 k 2 weeks, 800 k 1 month. Some units in the lower floors have hot water, but they are more expensive. http://www.apartahotelbariloche.com/.

18. Medellin Travel Guide. http://www.medellintravelguide.com/medellin_aptlistings.html.


Hi,

Before the covid craziness I was planning a trip and using a website that had a number of GF pads in Poblado.

I can't remember the url or find it on here now. The background colour was a sort of tan brown and it had everything from windowless bolt holes to rooftop studios.

Can anyone remind me of the URL, and is it still a reliable resource?

Many thanks!

BbqMushrooms
04-02-22, 18:41
Here is my ideal situation:
24 hour security.
Private balcony.
Private hot tub / jacuzzi.
King bed (because I'm a king).Found 2! But neither chica friendly confirmed via whatsapp / email. By this I mean, terra biohotel will charge you an extra 100 k after the first guest (if it's a different person) and for hotel casa Victoria it's 60 k after your first registered guest.

Terra BioHotel and Hotel Casa Victoria. Both beautiful places, with amazing views, jacuzzi in the room, awesome balconies. If you are coming here and only planning on seeing one or two ladies, this might be the spot. But I have bigger plans.

Keep posting info guys!

Gianni Versace
05-11-22, 06:23
Hey Gents.

Can anyone on here recommend any luxury accommodations in the Laureles area of Medellin close to the casa's and close to all of the action that is also girl friendly? Thanks in advance.

Zeos1
05-11-22, 11:57
Hi,

Before the covid craziness I was planning a trip and using a website that had a number of GF pads in Poblado.

I can't remember the url or find it on here now. The background colour was a sort of tan brown and it had everything from windowless bolt holes to rooftop studios.

Can anyone remind me of the URL, and is it still a reliable resource?

Many thanks!Could be poblado rentals. Search pobladorentals dot com. Stayed in some of his units in the past, but not since pandemic. Have no idea if he is still operating. He has units of his own and others he manages for investors or owners. Not on airbnb in the past but may show on other types of sites.

Nil Admirari
05-11-22, 13:44
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 $$. ..... I suspect the owners would not condone bribery.

As a frequent San Peter tenant over the last 4 years, I've never had to go down to reception to usher a girl into the elevator. Reception normally just calls my room to confirm that the lady is expected. Occasionally, if I've told reception that I'm expecting a guest in half an hour, they let her come up to my apartment without calling first. When your chica exits, sometimes, but rarely, reception calls to check that all's serene.

Important to keep in mind: the San Peter management is much stricter about acceptable chica IDs than most hotels. In particular, if you're expecting a Venezuela, it's best to confirm with reception in advance that her form of identification will pass muster. The management (and ladies in reception) are straight-shooters (in a good way), and, I agree that offering a bribe to circumvent the house rules would most likely backfire.

Ejjlk8274
05-15-22, 03:49
I did some digging in this thread I got some conflicting info. So I'd like to clarify if Hotel Nutibara in Centro guest friendly or not. What is its policy? I wonder if anyone here could share any fresh intel. Thanks.

NeilGeorge
05-15-22, 13:59
Is this hotel Park 10 girl friendly? If not, any other hotels near Park Lleras recommended?

I saw on the goggle map that Park Lleras was "closed". Any idea what that means? Is there a police presence there like the clock tower in Cartagena?

DontSayMuch
05-17-22, 23:35
Is this hotel Park 10 girl friendly? If not, any other hotels near Park Lleras recommended?

I saw on the goggle map that Park Lleras was "closed". Any idea what that means? Is there a police presence there like the clock tower in Cartagena?I've emailed this hotel and the one mentioned in the previous post. Neither hotel has emailed me back. I don't know if this is indicative of hotels in Medellin in general, but I've sent several with no replies.

Fun Luvr
05-18-22, 00:48
Is this hotel Park 10 girl friendly? If not, any other hotels near Park Lleras recommended?

I saw on the goggle map that Park Lleras was "closed". Any idea what that means? Is there a police presence there like the clock tower in Cartagena?I don't know anything about hotels near Parque Lleras because I stay in Laureles.

The park is closed because of construction. That doesn't have any impact on chicas in the area. Since Colombia opened after the Covid pandemic, it has been illegal for chicas to solicit in the park.

JjBee62
05-18-22, 01:00
Is this hotel Park 10 girl friendly? If not, any other hotels near Park Lleras recommended?

I saw on the goggle map that Park Lleras was "closed". Any idea what that means? Is there a police presence there like the clock tower in Cartagena?The park itself is blocked off for construction. The bars and restaurants in the area are open. I went there a few times recently. Most of the people seem to have moved up the hill. The biggest crowds were in Provenza.

You might try Orange Suites, Haven Hotel or Hotel Du Parc.

I didn't notice as obvious of a police presence in Parque Lleras as in years past, but mostly I was just passing through on my way to Provenza. There usually are police around, but mostly they are unobtrusive.

StudBucket
05-19-22, 06:41
Hay guys, can anyone tell me if the The Charlee Hotel is guest friendly?

StudBucket
05-26-22, 14:54
Hay guys, can anyone tell me if the The Charlee Hotel is guest friendly?Never mind guys, I am in Medellin and can confirm The Charlee Hotel is not guest friendly at all. They will charge you 300,000 pesos for a guest.

Playboy2021
05-26-22, 15:15
Never mind guys, I am in Medellin and can confirm The Charlee Hotel is not guest friendly at all. They will charge you 300,000 pesos for a guest.Yeah Charlee Hotel is fucking horrible. Overpriced. Loud. And they charge for guests. Best hotel in Medellin is Lettera Hotel in Provenza. No guest fees. Excellent staff. Decent breakfast. New and clean. Can't go wrong.

Botanical
05-27-22, 01:08
I am planning one week trip to Medellin. Can someone please recommend few nicer guest friendly hotels?

Thanks.

Havana927
05-27-22, 16:24
The park itself is blocked off for construction. The bars and restaurants in the area are open. I went there a few times recently. Most of the people seem to have moved up the hill. The biggest crowds were in Provenza.

You might try Orange Suites, Haven Hotel or Hotel Du Parc.

I didn't notice as obvious of a police presence in Parque Lleras as in years past, but mostly I was just passing through on my way to Provenza. There usually are police around, but mostly they are unobtrusive.Would anyone know if orange suites charges for guests, I was dumb and booked a room on booking.com and I can't cancel it.

Huacho
05-27-22, 17:20
I am planning one week trip to Medellin. Can someone please recommend few nicer guest friendly hotels?

Thanks.Read the forum. That's what it's here for.

Kman1
06-03-22, 08:00
Would anyone know if orange suites charges for guests, I was dumb and booked a room on booking.com and I can't cancel it.After 10 pm there is a fee of 70 mil pesos for any guest that is not registered, at Orange suites.

Also someone was asking if Don Carton is guest friendly. It was last year, girl just needs to show ID, no extra charges.

Steve Ohh
06-03-22, 21:58
I am planning one week trip to Medellin. Can someone please recommend few nicer guest friendly hotels?

Thanks.Book a room for two people or you have to pay for guests.

https://hoteldoradola70.com/es/

Kman1
06-04-22, 08:39
After 10 pm there is a fee of 70 mil pesos for any guest that is not registered, at Orange suites.

Also someone was asking if Don Carton is guest friendly. It was last year, girl just needs to show ID, no extra charges.Actually, if you book for 2 people at Orange suites there is no after 10 pm fee. It appeared on the hotel websites booking for 2 did not cost more than booking for 1, but I maybe wrong.

JackOnTheRocks
06-05-22, 05:27
Actually, if you book for 2 people at Orange suites there is no after 10 pm fee. It appeared on the hotel websites booking for 2 did not cost more than booking for 1, but I maybe wrong.Here is the guest policy for Orange Suites.

To quote them - "Your reservation is for two people, during the day you can receive visitors until 9 pm, if after 9 pm there are 3 people in the apartment the third person will be charged."

See the screenshots of my communication with the team.

AmorPorFavor
06-05-22, 17:55
After 10 pm there is a fee of 70 mil pesos for any guest that is not registered, at Orange suites.

Also someone was asking if Don Carton is guest friendly. It was last year, girl just needs to show ID, no extra charges.You mean the Dann Carlton right? That was me asking. It looks like a very nice hotel. Anybody else have info on this hotel?

JackOnTheRocks
06-06-22, 06:00
Yeah Charlee Hotel is fucking horrible. Overpriced. Loud. And they charge for guests. Best hotel in Medellin is Lettera Hotel in Provenza. No guest fees. Excellent staff. Decent breakfast. New and clean. Can't go wrong.Are you sure about the "No Guest Fees" part at Lettera? The hotel looks new and clean but when I inquired about their guest policy here is what I received (screenshots attached) looks like only 1 guest per day is allowed and no 2nd guest -.

"About the guest policy, the room you are booking is for 2 people which is the amount allowed inside the room, also you can receive all your visitors in our common areas. ".

"Normally it has to be the same person you register in the check in, but we can make the exception and allow you one different person per day (as long as they register in the reception with the original document). About the third person, as I told you the room is just for 2 people which is the maximum amount allowed inside the room. ".

NoNoYes
06-14-22, 14:34
Any recs (can DM me) for staying a month in Poblado (just me + 2-3 guests on a good day).

My budget is flexible (4 k / month for lodging) and was looking at places like this that look to be guest friendly just as a function of how they are set up to rent.

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/52405834

Anyone have experience with staying this long / have recs of places worth staying at?

Safety, walkable to gym / bars and the hot tub / workspace set up are priority for me.

Huacho
06-14-22, 18:42
Any recs (can DM me) for staying a month in Poblado (just me + 2-3 guests on a good day).

My budget is flexible (4 k / month for lodging) and was looking at places like this that look to be guest friendly just as a function of how they are set up to rent.

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/52405834

Anyone have experience with staying this long / have recs of places worth staying at?

Safety, walkable to gym / bars and the hot tub / workspace set up are priority for me.$113 US a night and it's a studio? Not even a separate bedroom? And housekeeping once a week? Not so much value there hoss.

NoNoYes
06-14-22, 23:02
$113 US a night and it's a studio? Not even a separate bedroom? And housekeeping once a week? Not so much value there hoss.I was looking for places close to the Poblado area. How far away is too far away since I was looking for things in a small area.

JackOnTheRocks
06-16-22, 06:58
Any idea if Hotel Cavalta in the Laureles. Estadio area is guest friendly? Is the area safe?

AdamWl
06-22-22, 08:12
Is hotel Nutibara guest friendly?

Zeos1
06-22-22, 18:05
Any recs (can DM me) for staying a month in Poblado (just me + 2-3 guests on a good day).

My budget is flexible (4 k / month for lodging) and was looking at places like this that look to be guest friendly just as a function of how they are set up to rent.

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/52405834

Anyone have experience with staying this long / have recs of places worth staying at?

Safety, walkable to gym / bars and the hot tub / workspace set up are priority for me.In that area with your requirements, hot tub included, you will not find many under that price I suspect. At least I have never seen any. Looking at the pictures it may be a studio but it looks like the bedroom area can be closed off with the curtain. BUT you will want to confirm with the owner or whoever is the contact on the Airbnb that you can bring in guests, and how many. It may be attached to the owner's house, or whatever. Best confirm that before you put out your money because on Airbnb you will not get it back.

Mtndew704
06-23-22, 05:37
Is hotel Nutibara guest friendly?Yes, I have never had any problems nor any of my friends.

RacShack
06-23-22, 22:39
Hi guys,

Was wondering, if hotel Dan Carlton is completely girl friendly, I emailed hotel already with no response yet! I believe I read somewhere.

It is but can't find article that I read! Anyone that knows their policies would be appreciated, of course I'll book for two!

NoNoYes
06-28-22, 00:15
I posted below and still having a hard time getting a sense for what I should book. Could someone give me advice? 4-6 weeks, willing to spend 4 k per month for lodging where I can work out of there, have guests freely and not just be at a hotel made for mongering. Would anyone have any recommendations on the area or specific links. Feel free to shoot me a message.