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Colombia Antioquia Department Medellín Listing #14555

Apartamento estudio con balcón 901 - Vegas de la Aguacatala - Medellín,

4 reviews
Max occupancy: 3 1 Double Bed, 1 Futon 0 bedrooms 1.5 bathrooms Dog-friendly 
Carrera 48A # 16 sur 46, edificio Las Vegas, apto. 901, Medellín, Colombia

Modern apartment in a great location near sightseeing & shopping - dogs OK!

One of Colombia's most vibrant cities awaits you from the comfort of this Medellín apartment. You'll enjoy easy access to plenty of iconic sites, including shopping malls, delicious restaurants, and great photo ops! The family dog is also welcome here for a small nightly fee. This unit has one futon.

This rental is in a bustling neighborhood in the south of the city, within a couple of blocks of bus and subway stops. You'll be only a few blocks from a slew of attractions, like the Edificio Mónaco fortress, the humbling Santuario de la Virgin de La Rosa Mística shrine, or the Casa Museo Fernando González local history museum. You're also moments from shopping at the Santa Fe Mall and delicious meals at restaurants like Firehouse Sao Paulo Plaza.

After a rich day out, take a seat on the leather sofa of the apartment and unwind with the free WiFi. The nearby bedroom has a flatscreen cable TV, perfect for unwinding after whipping up dinner in the cozy kitchen. Make sure to admire a view of the city from the balcony before bed!

Save your dates now and embark on a Colombian adventure!

AMENITIES

Heating & cooling

Space heater

Kitchen & dining

Fridge

Microwave

Stove

Media

Internet

TV

Cable

Miscellaneous

Iron

Washer/dryer : Private

Outdoor

Balcony

Parking & access

Elevator

Paid parking only

Safety & accessibility

Disability access

4 reviews

David A. Jan 2020
Great location, very clean, great value
Alejandro M. Nov 2019
Sin duda es una excelente opción. Tiene una excelente vista, muy bien ubicado. Lugar con estilo
Fabiola . Aug 2019
“El apartamento es lindo cómodo, cerca a la estación del metro y al jumbo, hay lugares turísticos que se encuentran cerca pero no se puede caminar, porque no hay senderos peatonales.”