Hotels in major cities tend to fill up on weekdays with business travelers and empty out on weekends, when you may be able to bargain up to a 50% discount. The reverse is true in small towns and in the countryside, where you'll pay up to 50% less during the week. One annoying thing about Colombian hotels is that many hotels won't take reservations during holiday weekends or festivals, meaning you'll have to arrive early to reserve a room. Hotels in city centers tend to be dodgier and lower quality than those in outer, more upscale neighborhoods, and many double as pay-by-the-hour establishments -- you may want to keep this in mind when making your reservation. Very Expensive lodging options start at COL$450,000; Expensive, from COL$300,000 to COL$449,000; Moderate from COL$200,000 to COL$299,000; and Inexpensive, under COL$200,000.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.