The property was fine, looked nicer than the actually quality of the property. The shower water pressure was not fantastic and it mostly stayed at medium warm. Our room looked nice though!
The staff only spoke Spanish, though a nice young man did give us directions in English once — only saw him the one time. I speak middling Spanish (enough to get around) and my partner elementary Spanish. We were able to ask the staff for directions to the bus station just fine. The staff was overall, cold. Not rude, not mean, but cold.
The location is in the corner of the center which makes everywhere you might want to walk about 10-20min away. There is a public bus station just a 5-8 min walk from the hotel which was the best part about this place!
We were really really peeved when they charged us an absurd penalty for a used towel. We were charged $50,000 COP (a third of the cost of the room for a night) for the towel you step on when you get in and out of the shower. The shower is flush with the floor and it leaks out into the bathroom. We wiped the floor down with it 2 nights in a row. It got dirty. We were charged a penalty. The towels (bath, hand, etc.) are really thin and rough. There’s no chance it costs that much in Colombia to replace that towel, or to simply wash it — or god forbid — bleach it. We felt like we were ripped off. It was not a good check out. But, we didn’t speak enough Spanish to contest it, so we paid. Would not recommend.