Staying at Green Nomads Hostel Santa Fe De Antioquia
Green Nomads Hostel is the best place to stay in the mountain town of Santa Fe de Antioquia, which makes for a perfect two-day getaway from Medellin. The hostel has a lovely location on a whitewashed cobblestone street, with close access to all the historical sights to see!
With its perfect location on a whitewashed cobblestone street, Green Nomads Hostel is a lovely way to stay over in this destination.
Off the beaten path in Colombia: Green Nomads Hostel
The hostel property is less than a 10-minute walk from the town’s bus terminal, which was great for arrival and departure. The hostel is located two blocks from Plaza Mayor, the heart of the old colonial town, where you’ll find the cathedral and the restaurants that line the plaza.
Everything you’d need is within walking distance - pharmacies, restaurants, small supermarkets, souvenir shops and other sights to see.
This hostel has a swimming pool!
Given the year-round hot climate of Santa Fe de Antioquia (the daily average is 33 C, or 85 F!), you’ll be glad that the hostel has a pool. In fact, this is one of the nicest hostel pools we’ve ever seen!
It’s clean and large enough to swim in, and there’s a view of all the rolling green hills and mountains in the area. If you’re not a pool person, there are lounge chairs and tables to sit at, and of course, hammocks.
Be sure to say ‘hola’ to the hostel dog and cat, both of whom roam around freely and are pretty friendly.
Next, if you’re staying downstairs, head upstairs to check out the views of the green mountains from the second level.
Breakfast every morning at Green Nomads hostel
What a nice surprise it was for our morning to begin with a full Colombian breakfast. We woke up and headed downstairs to be greeted with our own breakfast trays of hard-boiled eggs, cereal and milk, jugo de mora (blackberry juice), coffee, a fruit bowl and mini croissants. Buen provecho!
Authentic Colombian experience at Green Nomads Hostel
When we stayed at Green Nomads, it was low season and there were not so many tourists in Santa Fe de Antioquia on the whole. This gave us a chance to talk to the hostel staff and practice Spanish with the other locals who hung around. Gracias para todo!