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Where to Stay in Armenia

To be found in the coffee culture landscape of Colombia, the city of Armenia – capital of the Quindio Department – is less than 130 years old and is connected by road to many other Colombian cities.

The territory itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a selection of clean boutique hotels, old-fashioned yet traditional hotels and welcoming family homes. Although still redeveloping after the 1999 earthquake that badly affected the city’s structures, Armenia still has a few sites worth exploring – the Museo del Oro Quimbaya and botanical gardens gain pass marks – although most visitors may opt to rent a car and check out surrounding areas like Manizales and Pereira or venture further afield to Bogota.

For the more adventurous, cycling tours will take you into the heart of the stunning Quindio countryside, while Quindio Aventurero offers paragliding trips over the rugged terrain.

City Center Hotels

1. Allure Aroma Mocawa Hotel By Karisma

Lauded as the leading hotel with the best services in Armenia, the hotel is located near the city center and caters for vacationers and business visitors. The rooms feature contemporary furnishings and modern comforts.

2. La Floresta Hotel Campestre

Although on the outskirts of Armenia, the hotel is just ten minutes from town and 30 minutes from the airport. A single-storey house, this cozy hotel provides clean and adequate facilities in what is a tranquil setting.

3. Finca Hotel Valparaiso

Located close to Centenario Stadium, Armenia Country Club and Recuca, the Finca Hotel Valparaiso is a budget choice in the city and features a lounge bar and restaurant with a complimentary breakfast served every morning. Free Wi-Fi and an outdoor pool and spa services add to the value of the choice.

To find other places to stay in Armenia, please take the time to visit our hotel search engine.

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Erick Redcloud
Erick RedcloudCotati, California, USA

I love Armenia, I can see myself retiring to this small city. It is a nice and quiet city and very very clean compared to other cities in Colombia. It is a great place to launch from if you are looking to explore Coffee Region of Colombia. It has all the things you would need as a traveler here as well.

Jeff Jung
Jeff JungBogotá, Colombia

The southern point of the coffee region. Check out the nearby National Coffee Park

Catalina Cardona
Catalina CardonaAmsterdam

Armenia is the capital of the Coffee Region in Colombia! you can test the best Colombian coffee there and at the same time enjoy a beautiful view surrounded by mount and typical farms. A place highly recommended to visit is the Cocora valley.. it is just majestic!

Sthefania Ospina
Sthefania Ospina

¡Lugares inolvidables que te llenarán de historias!


The least expensive month is February, with an average of AED 126 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Armenia is March, with an average price of AED 225 per night.
The average price of a hotel in June last year was AED 140 per night. This is 8% less than the average nightly price of AED 152 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Armenia, the expected average temperature in June is 22.0°C/71.5°F. The warmest month is typically February, which averages 27.3°C/81.1°F. The coolest month is September, with temperatures averaging 17.5°C/63.5°F.
The nearest airport to Armenia is Armenia (AXM) (11.15km). Other nearby airports include: Pereira (32.15km) Cartago (36.68km) Manizales (61.70km) Ibague (63.58km)

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