Villa de Leyva has about 150 lodging options. Unless you’re going to be in town in December, January, or during a holiday weekend, it should be pretty easy to find a hotel room—though since Colombia seems to have more holidays than any other country, it’s best to book in advance. It’s imperative that you make advance reservations during the Astronomical Festival in early February, Holy Week in March or April, Villa de Leyva’s anniversary on June 12, the Gastronomical Fair in July, the National Kite Festival in August, the National Tree Festival in September, or the Festival of Lights in December. Most hotels and posadas here are charming, colonial-style places, so it’s hard to make a bad hotel choice.

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