Arriving from an excellent hotel in Bogota, we were shocked speechless by our room. It was a suite, but not sweet. Everything was old and funky, but not in a good way. The noise from the street and horrible views and the condition of the room were depressing, and we actually walked the streets in search of an alternative. Well, it turned out that this may be about the best Armenia has to offer! Armenia is not set up for tourism in any way, and the only reason to be here is on your way someplace else. Luckily it was only one day, and we got on a bus to Salento which made it very doable. This proves you can do anything in the short term.
I love the stay at Centenario Hotel!, very kind people, have private parking, very clean and well located. The room was very airy and cozy. Breakfast and food in general so delicious!
Thanks you for your kindness! I will return, totally recommended.
I went for business and for me and my partners was not good option for sleep one night, poor maintenance.
My room had poor illumination and the smell like a wet room.
And the end we move to another hotel.
I visited this hotel with intentions of spending a few days in the center of Armenia, Upon arriving I found that the room I wanted was not available and was shown a room with three beds. I only need one. I was told there was a group of 70 college arriving later that day, I checked the restaurant (very old furniture) and exercise equipment,
With the number of students checking in I declined to stay.
The hotel does have a great location. It was very central to everything I needed. The room was huge and the shower was big. Hard to find in Colombia.
One thing I found out was that they had a sauna. I used it and loved it. If you are going to Armenia, stay here