- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Heliconias Armenia
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... Two storeys,timber framed with the balconies and uprights painted in cheerful bright blues and yellows,the walls are white and they are constructed out of mud and dried manure,forming a type of latter day plasterboard.Consequently however they are very thin and one can hear everything that is being said or done in the next room! (it is a place frequented by honeymoon couples!) Noise aside the outside setting is gorgeous.The lush tropical jungle surrounds the coffee plantation ...
... we spent three nights, there is the usual nice and friendly people of Colombia and above all there is a pleasant relaxed atmosphere. Without a doubt one of the nicest places we have been to in the last few weeks.
In addition to coffee, even if that alone would be a great reason to come up here, we enjoyed the serenity of the place and we made a day trip to the nearby Valley of Cocora. After a walk of a couple of hours in the middle of the forest and through little ...
... following day's trip to the thermal baths. To get to the baths we had to get a jeep/willy for about an hour. We shared it with Niall, Nando and Laura from our hostel. It was a bumpy ride and we had to hold on tight (to the willy haha). It was very quiet when we got there and we could tell it was going to rain. However, when you're in the equivalent of a hot garden pond (minus the fish), it's actually brilliant when it rains! We tried out the natural ...
... pretty much leaving straight away so we hopped right on after paying. It was about 35000 pesos for the journey. It was a really nice coach, looked quite new and they had a tv right at the front for playing DVDs throughout the journey. The company we booked it with was Flota Occidental. We're still learning about the bus journeys and which companies to book them with as some of the buses are really luxurious coaches, and some of them are really small minibus type vehicles, so if ...
... I had an amazing walk through some hills, called the Cocora Valley and went for a really good tour (2€ only) around an eco coffee farm owned by an old British man, who also owned the hostel I was staying in (8€ per night). The tour was just for me and a Swedish friend and it took around 4 hours, it was amazing to see how passionate someone can be about growing coffee. So it was in Salento where I had some of the ...