Elcielo Hotel

Medellin | Colombia

ElCielo, Medellín.

The hotel is part of the Elcielo Hospitality Group of chef Juan Manuel Barrientos, who has Michelin stars in Miami and Washington, DC. The hotel has 28 rooms, distributed in four different categories: Standard Suite, Junior Suite, Luxury Suite and Presidential Suite. The accommodations stand out for their wood finishes, marble floors, automation in lighting, elegant furniture, and open bathrooms that are incorporated into the room with German designer faucets.

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Amenities: The hotel pool is located on the top level of the building and overlooks the vertical garden, thanks to its transparent design. It has a terrace overlooking the most exclusive area of the city where you can eat and enjoy the excellent weather. On the same floor is the gym. It also has two bars, two restaurants and a rooftop. Elcielo Bar is available for corporate events with the private wine cellar of the Barrientos family. Elcielo Restaurant Medellín in its fine dining version serves tasting menus of 18 courses and its base value is 445,000 pesos. La Sirena is located on the hotel’s terrace and is open to the public as well as hotel guests. It overlooks the famous sunsets of the city because it has a privileged location in the middle of the mountains, and cocktails and dishes can be enjoyed to the rhythms of the resident DJ.

Business and events tips: The hotel provides the ideal space for corporate or social meetings. In the hotel lobby guests can make video calls or close business deals with total comfort and privacy, as well as in any space such as La Playita or the bistro, having to hand any restaurant service. As a luxury hotel, the ambiance is varied and allows synergy among cultural, social or business personalities.

What’s nearby: Elcielo Hotel is located in the heart of El Poblado, the most luxurious sector of Medellín. The Astorga neighborhood is characterized by its restaurants such as Cuon (which is also part of Elcielo Hospitality Group), Café Dragón, Al Alma, La Matriarca and has quick mobility access due to its proximity to El Poblado Park and the main avenue, its nightlife with clubs such as Kitsune and Acción Impro, a space for theater productions. By car or walking, the hotel provides easy commuting to other parts of the city.


Regular rate: Lodging from Sunday to Thursday is about US$300 per night, with breakfast included in the hotel’s bistro.

Location: Cl. 7D #43 c36, El Poblado, Medellín.