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About Armenia

This mid-sized city, only a short hop from Bogota, is a centre of the country’s coffee industry. Founded by Jesús María Ocampo in 1889, the community grew through trade and now reaches to the foothills of the highest peaks in the country. These peaks sit amongst the Los Nevados national park, a spectacular countryside escape that houses the beautiful Cocora valley. The best places to stay in Armenia offer a great base whether you're here for a city break or to explore the surrounding region and the coffee culture.

The temperature in Armenia stays a pretty consistent thirty degrees year round. To miss the rain though, aim to visit from January to February or June to August.

What not to miss:

  • Museo del Oro Quimbaya - Request a free guide to take you around a spectacular hoard of ancient gold.

  • Plaza de Bolivar - Visit this bustling and friendly square for a spot of shopping, a bit to eat or something to drink.

  • Parque de los Fundadores - A great place for some relaxation. This clean and green park offers welcome relief from the surrounding city life.

And for the best places to stay in Armenia:

An authentic country retreat

  • Hacienda Bambusa is a great example of the area’s traditional architecture and offers rustic comfort, not to mention spectacular views over the surrounding green hills. This hotel is particularly popular with couples.

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Best Hotels in Armenia

  • Hacienda Bambusa 8 rooms from $322

    Armenia

    The rustic Hacienda Bambusa, situated in Colombia's coffee triangle, has recently been renovated to accommodate guests and offers spacious accommodation as well as an on site restaurant. Lounge by the pool or head off on action-packed days exploring the area! A superb country retreat.

    Romantic Break  -  Great accommodation, a peaceful atmosphere and beautiful surroundings-what could be better?
    Country Escape  -  Unwind at this rural spot
    Great walks  -  Head off hiking up the nearby mountains and take in the fabulous views or simply stroll through the coffee fields
    Sights nearby  -  A trip into the bustling colonial market town of Salento is an absolute must
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