This was the second tiime that I have stayed at this hotel. The first time was traumatic (not that the hotel was any way at fault) when we breezed through on our way to the carnival at Oruro and probably, across two nights, had about 4 hours sleep in total and NO breakfast. That was in 2013.
Now in 2017 we have ended up (not by initial choice) at the same hotel that we stayed in before but for a four night stay rather than a rush in rush out.
The bedrooms are comfortable with a bathroom / shower. A television is provided and even sports some English channels. What is missing is an air conditioning system. Windows have to be left open and of course invite mosquitoes and other flying pests.
The brealfast buffet is quite comprehensive with different breads, croissantes (but not plain!) cereals, fruit, sliced meat and cheese and of course a selection of hot drinks ranging from speciality teas to hot chocolate.
The staff are very friendly and helpful.
All in all a quiet but relatively central location at a reasonable priceMore
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking