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The Most Beautiful Airbnbs In Medellin, Colombia

By Leah Freeman-Haskin

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Once known as ground zero for the war on drugs, Medellin has made an incredible comeback in tourism and economic growth. With a thriving culinary and nightlife scene, many people are adding this Colombian capital to their travel bucket lists. If you are planning a trip soon, here are some of the most beautiful Airbnbs with prices ranging from only $45 to $155 per night. 

Admire Mountain Vistas From A Minimal Suite

The building sits just one block from Parque Lleras and Parque del Poblado, with a rooftop nearby boasting an incredible view. Starting at just $77/night with accommodations for 7 guests, this home includes contemporary decor and a hot tub and gym on site. 

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Spectacular Scenery From A Stylish Penthouse In Laureles

This airy penthouse is said to be adorned with colorful murals by famed Medellin street artists. Set in the trendy, walkable enclave of Laureles, the apartment is blocks away from a vibrant array of cafes, juice bars, and restaurants, as well as charming pastry shops and bistros. Starting at just $65/night, this home can accommodate up to 5 guests. 

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Excellently Located Modern Loft

Just $55/night gets you this stunning, modern loft in Medellín, Antioquia. With an open floor plan and industrial design, this home comes with all of the basic amenities and necessities for a comfortable stay for you and a friend. 

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El Poblado Fantastic Condo

Boasted as the best location and most exclusive building in Medellin, this beautiful condo offers a hot tub and ample amenities including a 22nd floor Sky Lounge featuring an infinity swimming pool, Jacuzzi, Turkish baths, and full gym. 4 guests can sleep here comfortably at just about $100/night. 

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Tiny House In Santa Elena Antioquia. “CuboNube”

If you are looking for a bit more peace and quiet outside of the city, check out this home in the mountains, located right on the edge of the mountain that divides the north and south of Medellín. It is a sustainable house, designed to enjoy and take care of the environment and allowing you to have an immersive experience with nature. For just $45/night, you and three friends can call this tiny home yours. 

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Lux Apartamento – Zona Provenza – De Lujo!

Live in luxury with the help of a driver and chef service that comes with the $155/night price tag. The tranquil outdoor areas offer guests some moments of stillness from the buzz of the city while also being only moments from Lleras-Provenza, which is home to many restaurants and bars. 

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