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I will preface this review by saying that Oruro is a very remote and underdeveloped city that only really draws outsiders for about 4 days a year, so it would be unfair to judge it by the same standards of a more international city like...More
- USD$36 per night = 240 BS per night = Free breakfast included before 9.30am. They will also give you a call in the morning and ask you if you want to stay for another night.
- Breakfast consists of stale bread, cold ham, cold...More
I was there during Carnaval, an event that attracted 400 thousand people to the city, according to media reports. I must say that the cost $450 US Dollars for a double room for 3 nights may not reflect the average rate, certainly demand played a...More
A lovely European styled hotel located just across the street from the Bus terminus.
In fact, I only decided to try this place after I found out that the place I was supposedly booked in to by Bolivia Travel (and for which a deposit had...More
We arrived late at night in Oruro so had to make a quick choice. Not in the usual budget, this place cost us about 22GBP/30USD for the twin room but it was clean, good matresses, cable tv, very hot shower and clean bathroom with soap,...More