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We booked this hotel for the spa and pool which were unavailable for our stay which was massively disappointing. Above that my numerous attempts to contact the hotel via a variety of methods were all unsuccessful. A real shame as the bed was comfortable and...More
Driving into town after a road trip from Potosi at around 7PM, a bit of dread fell over me seeing the dusty, essentially deserted streets...a Mad Max end of civilization kind of sensation...and then, lo and behold, the Hotel Jardines de Uyuni appeared on our...More
This hotel's facilities are nice, immaculate, with a good restaurant and a few small cobbled courtyards with chairs and stoves to relax by. The bedrooms and bathrooms are nicely furnished. However, insulation is non existant and you can hear everything, from the neighbor speaking on...More
The place was very good. I think is the best hotel in Uyuni. It has nice fireplace that you can relax with a cup of warm matecito. Rooms and beds were super comfortable except the tiny bathroom... Super quiet and very good staff.
We used a travel agency to book hotels for a month we were traveling in Brazil, Bolivia and Peru. Uyuni is a small town with mostly dirt road and is the hop off point to the Salt Flats. Our agency booked us the better rooms...More
US$81 - US$95 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Does your hotel have precautions set up to help in case guests experience altitude sickness? Such as oxygen tanks? We are hoping to come to uyuni for a few days to acclimatise to the altitude before going on a salt flats tour.
22 September 2016|
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Response from Sergio R | Reviewed this property |
don't know for sure. it is quite well organized and the staff is very helpful but I don't know if they have oxygen tanks handy.
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"Get a top floor room. The downstairs ones are very dark."