June 12, 2020 - July 20, 2020

2020 Copa America Accommodations and Hotel Rooms Available at HotelCity

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The 2020 Copa America hotels and (Argentina-Colombia) games are unique this year because it's the first time since 1983 that the games were jointly-hosted by two countries. This adds to the excitement and the thrill of the games, and you certainly won't want to miss it. This year, the games run from June 12th - July 11th. Hotel
<p>The&nbsp;<a href="https://hotelcity.com/2020-copa-america-hotels">2020 Copa America hotels</a>&nbsp;and (Argentina-Colombia) games are unique this year because it's the first time since 1983 that the games were jointly-hosted by two countries. This adds to the excitement and the thrill of the games, and you certainly won't want to miss it. This year, the games run from June 12th - July 11th.&nbsp;<a href="http://hotelcity.com">Hotel City</a>&nbsp;has&nbsp;<a href="https://hotelcity.com/2020-copa-america-hotels/medellin-hotels">accommodations in Medellin</a>&nbsp;now.</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;And what makes the games even more special is the fact that the schedule has switched to an every-four-year event. So unless you're flying down to Colombia this year, you're going to have to wait until 2024 to see it live. Speaking of flying into Colombia (Medellin to be exact) for the games, here's a run-down on everything from flights, lodging, food, and entertainment to enjoy while you're in the city.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>How to get to the 2020 Copa America in Medellin?</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;The most apparent aspect you'll need to figure out is how to get to Medellin. First, be aware that two airports service the Medellin metro area. One is a smaller airport called&nbsp;Olaya Herrera. It's located right in the city, but it's essential to keep in mind that it only offers domestic service on two domestic carriers.</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;So when you're booking your flight into Medellin for the Copa America, you're going to want to book tickets into the international airport called&nbsp;Jose Maria Cordova. This is the airport that carries the international airport code for Medellin (MDE). However, the airport itself is located in a metro-area town called Rionegro. But don't worry - this is the airport that millions each year from around the world use to enjoy a visit to the city of Medellin.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;If you're looking for a non-stop flight from the U.S., the major hubs into the city are New York City (JFK Airport), Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, and Orlando, Florida. Once you arrive, you'll have a handful of options that will take you into the actual city of Medellin.</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;But the most popular option is the&nbsp;white taxi&nbsp;service. The&nbsp;white taxi&nbsp;service is a collective of local cab companies that have an agreement with the airport. The cost of the fares is posted on signs inside of the airport, for your convenience. There is also a collective of yellow cabs. But if you don't want to catch a taxi, then you have other options, such as Uber, too.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;As of August of 2019, the most common route into Medellin is via the Tunel de Oriente. This is an underground tunnel that cuts the travel time from Rionegro into Medellin (proper) from 40 minutes, down to 20 minutes. In the meantime, you'll be able to enjoy the views of hillsides and beautiful skylines. Be sure to convert your money by the time you're ready to book a ride into the city.</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;If you take a cab, then expect to pay what equates to around USD 25 for a one-way fare. If that's a little too hefty for you, then there are white cabs that you can take that are designated for passenger sharing. If you're coming with a group, then catching a shared-passenger cab would probably be your best bet.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>Where to stay during the 2020 Copa America?</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;So you've booked your airline ticket, you've arrived in Colombia, and you've found suitable transportation to take you from the airport into Medellin for the games. Your next step is to check into&nbsp;<a href="https://hotelcity.com/2020-copa-america-hotels/medellin-hotels">2020 Copa America accommodations</a>. But where will you stay?&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;This depends mainly upon two factors: What's your budget, but maybe more important, what type of accommodations would be available during the event? As you might imagine, accommodations are going to be extremely hard to score if you do not know where to look.&nbsp;<a href="http://hotelcity.com">Hotel City</a>&nbsp;has rooms up until the day of the match. Sign up for Hotel City inventory updates!</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;Hotel City has some&nbsp;<a href="https://hotelcity.com/2020-copa-america-hotels/medellin-hotels">2020 Copa America Medellin hotels</a>&nbsp;for you to consider:&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>Hampton by Hilton, Medellin, Antioquia</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;The Hilton brand of hotels are U.S. based, but they offer accommodations on an international basis. The prices are usually very affordable.</p><p><br></p><p>Binn Hotel, and Hotel NH/Medellin Royal</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;These are boutique-style properties that offer all of the most common and beautiful amenities that you'd hope for. Hotel City brings you a fantastic price deal for what you'd experience during your stay on these properties.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>Also, consider a stay at the 5-star&nbsp;The Charlee Lifestyle.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>Where's the 2020 Copa America nightlife located?</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;Indeed, you're going to be in a festive mood while you're in Medellin for the big matches. You and seemingly everyone else around you is going to feel like you're going to explode with energy and excitement, and you'll want a place to let loose while also letting off some steam!&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;If you're in the mood to party, drink something beer, and dance the night away, then the Parque Lleras district of El Poblado (a neighborhood in Medellin) has you covered. Parque Lleras covers a two-block area surrounding a little park. In the surrounding square is prime real estate filled with dance clubs, restaurants, and sports bars.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;Of course, you're going to want to hit the local sports bars to keep your eyes on the playback coverage of the matches. You'll be pleased (and maybe surprised) to learn that there's a Hooters chain in the district. But if you'd like to venture into local sports bar flavor, then there's Ay Wey Bar &amp; Grill. Ay Wey is similar in character to Hooters, but it's locally owned and operated. Then, there's the Medellin Beer Factory. As the name implies, you'll be able to sample local beers while enjoying local sports bar culture.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;As far as restaurants, you can feast on a wide variety of international fare. If you're in the mood for Tex-Mex, then you can check out a famous place called Ay Caramba. There are also restaurants that serve Italian (upscale), pizza, Japanese, gourmet burgers, barbecue, and traditional Colombian at Mondongos.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;Now that you have some ideas for getting some drinks, some sumptuous food, and perhaps a light snack, what about dancing and lounging at night? There's a nice variety of places for you to be entertained, depending upon your age and what moves you. For the younger set, there are places like Bendito Seas, and Mansion Club. If you want to experience Colombian music, then check out La Chingona. And if you're a bit more mature, and especially if you're into rooftop lounges, then be sure to check out Woka Lounge, and Envy Rooftop (The Charlee Hotel), respectively.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;Nightlife aside, did you know that there's a nice handful of cafes for you to enjoy during the day at Parque Lleras, too? There's the Juan Valdez Cafe and Cafe Velvet. Especially at Cafe Velvet, there is WIFI for you if you'd like to get a little work done. But if you'd like a more small cafe and niche, then check out Buenavida Cafe, or Swiss Bakery. The latter is primarily known for its Swiss treats.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>What else should I culturally experience, besides 2020 Copa America accommodations?&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;Certainly, those of you who are culturally inclined won't feel like you've had a proper visit to Medellin without checking out some of the local cultural attractions. To start with, you could visit the Museo de Antioquia. It's located in the city center (El Centro). Here, you'll find over 100 carefully-curated pieces of art donated by Colombian patrons.</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;The eras of the pieces are featured from both historical and modern art areas of the country. The museum is the most popular in the city, and tourists often flock to its location. Not only do tourist love the curated pieces inside, but they also enjoy walking among the 23 pieces of bronze sculpture pieces, created by international artist, Fernando Botero.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;While you're enjoying the culture of El Centro, why not schedule yourself a professionally-guided walking tour? You'll be guided around the city's central areas that feature both historic and modern attractions. The tours are led by friendly, professional locals who are exceptionally versed in pointing out the most intriguing points of attractions, buildings, light installations, and other areas of interest.</p><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;It's recommended that you explore El Centro with a guide because certain parts of the city's central area are known as an unsavory place. But as long as you tour El Centro during the day, and as long as you're with a group, and especially if you're not tempting thieves with expensive or shiny objects, then you'll be just fine.</p>
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