Had a wonderful few nights here. The staff are warm, friendly and helpful, and were lovely to our small children. The hotel is comfortable and laid back, and well located to explore the rest of town. Lots of good restaurants within a stone's throw.
Villa de Leyva is a wonderful place and this is an excellent, well-located humble hotel.No breakfast but the staff is always offering coffee or tea as they seem to be perpetually caffeinated themselves (the coffee is instant and pretty bad, though :-))
the location is very good but they dont have brekfast service..so we have to move out and wait until the caffe-bar should be opend.. but the staf is frendly and the rooms are clean.You can easy walk in the streets..
The staff at this hotel is AMAZING especially the guy that works the front desk. He always has a smile on his face and was very helpful in suggesting restaurants, etc. The hotel grounds and the rooms are very clean and beautiful. For the price point, I doubt there is a better…
I was in Villa de Leyva at the end of May 2016 with a few friends from Bogota. Villa de Leyva is the best kept secret amidst the Andes. I was amazed at the character of the city, the beautiful architecture, the traditional food, art, and crafts. Hotel Antonio Narino embodies…
"Pick one of the two suits! They a jacuzzi, a refrigerator, chimenea, and you get breakfast with it."
"If you sleep near the street, you will not sleep."
"The suite was fantastic and very reasonably priced. I don't know much about the other rooms."
"Try to get a room at the front so you can enjoy people watching from the veranda (unless you want a quiet room)"
"Rooms facing the street can be noisy at night."