Black Sheep Hostel Medellin
We are a three year old New Zealand owned hostel located in a beautiful, safe area of Medellin. Less than ten minutes walk to the metro station Poblad
Kelvin, the owner of the hostel has been living in Medellin for six years and has travelled extensively around the country and can help you make the most of your time here with a lot of advice not in guide books. Our hostel is more like a home and you can come and go as you please. Enjoy Colombia!
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Ostello Servizi & Politiche
- Reception 24 ore su 24
- Sicurezza 24 ore su 24
- Noleggio biciclette
- Parcheggio per biciclette
- Scambio di libri
- Prima colazione non inclusa
- TV via cavo
- Telefoni a scheda
- Sala comune
- Carte di credito accettate
- Carte di credito non accettate
- Cambio valuta
- Mappe della città gratuite
- Accesso a Internet gratuito
- Parcheggio gratuito
- Wi-Fi gratuito
- Docce calde
- Accesso a Internet
- Biancheria inclusa
- Deposito bagagli
- Nessun coprifuoco
- Tasse non comprese
- Macchine per tè/caffè
- Travel Desk per i tour
- Asciugamani a noleggio
- Asciugamani inclusi
Politica di cancellazioneQuesta proprietà ha una politica di cancellazione di 1. La mancata cancellazione entro questo intervallo di tempo si tradurrà in una penale pari alla prima notte di pernottamento.
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Transport to the Black Sheep
From the North Bus Terminal: you’ll arrive here if coming from Bogota, Santa Marta, Baranquilla, Cartagena, Mompox, Turbo, Rio Claro among others.
> Metro. Medellin has a great metro system and the North Bus Terminal is connected to the metro station Caribe. Take the metro south ten or so stops to Poblado station and we are a ten minute walk from there. The metro costs 2,000 pesos per ticket. There are no daily or weekly specials. To buy a metro ticket line up at the counter and buy from the window personnel.
> Taxi. Outside the bus station there is a line of taxis. Go to the front of the line. Tell the taxi driver to take you to Patio Bonito and then give him the address of the hostel. Make sure the taxi driver turns on the taxi meter when you start your journey. The meter starts at around 2.700 pesos. It is not necessary to pay any extras on top of the price stated on the meter at the end of your journey. The cost should be no more than 15.000 pesos.
From the South Bus Terminal: you’ll arrive here if coming from Ecuador, Popayan, Cali, Salento, Manizales, Jardin, and so on.
> Walk. If you want to do it cheap the hostel is a 25 minute walk from the Southern Bus Station.
> Taxi. Same as the taxi option above. Cost should be less than 7.000 pesos. Again tell the driver to take you to Patio Bonito and then give him the address.
From the local airport, Olaya Herrera(OAH): you’ll arrive here if flying in from the Pacific Coast, Acandi (for trips to Capurgana and the Panamanian border) or Bogota if flying with Satena
> Taxi. The local airport is located next to the South Bus Terminal. So the best option is a taxi which will cost no more than 7.000 pesos.
From the International Airport, Jose Maria Cordoba, Rionegro (MDE): you’ll arrive here if you’re flying in from another country or most domestic flights.
> Bus. Pick up your luggage and exit the terminal and you’ll see a line of taxis. At the front of the line are buses. They will take you to either San Diego Mall or to Hotel Nutibara in the center of Medellin. The buses cost just under 10.000 pesos and take about fifty minutes. The cheapest option would be to take the bus into the city center and take a metro from there to the station Pobaldo and walk ten minutes to the hostel. Better but a little more expensive would be to take the bus to San Diego Mall and then take a taxi, which are normally waiting at the bus drop off point, to the hostel. This should cost around 8.000 pesos more.