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A few blocks from central Uyuni, the hotel showers a pleasant colonial architecture and decor. The room did not have safety box and normally has two beds of 1.35 cm. Since our agency made the reservation basis "one bed" the hotel decided to remove one...More
Uyuni is in general not pretty, so is this hotel. Definitely not 3 star! Once you enter the front door, there is nowhere a window or any kind of fresh air available. It is sticky and it stinks. Not a place I would send a...More
The rooms are either side of a narrow common area, meaning all noise including conversations, echo into your room at all times.
This is made worse if you have the window open in an effort for fresh air - the 'windows' open only onto that...More
Compared with the standard of hotels I'd had throughout 3 weeks in South America, this hotel was an absolute godsend. Clean rooms with a bathroom that actually had hot water. We arrived at 10am from an early flight and even though check-in wasn't until 3pm...More
from the outside the hotel seems very ordinary.
But then you enter and discover a peaceful oasis.
Minute walk from ''downtown''
Check-in very fast
There is a fire place near the tea area : very nice
the room : bed very comfortable, a nice attention...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."