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This hotel is located in the historical centre in the main tourist area, right next to the Museo Santa Clara, 100 m from the Museo Indigena Textil and just 200 m from the nearest restaurants, bars and shops. The Casa de la Libertad and the Museo Antropologico are also only 200 m away and it is 250 m to the Museo Folklorico. This charming city hotel is housed in a large building dating back to 1860 which was restored in 2010 and remodelled as a hotel. It enjoys spacious common areas such as a terrace, a garden and a patio and comprises a total of 24 rooms including 1 apartment, 1 suite and 2 ju...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Business Facilities / FacilitiesMeeting RoomsSteam room
Pool and wellness facilities.
Reception servicesLuggage storage
Reviewed 1 november, 2019
Can I give it an 11 out of 10 ????? Lovely old building with great views from the rooftop. Decor was quite charming and handmade wood furniture was unique and stylish. Beds were firm, but not hard, and hot water flowed copiously. Staff was extremely helpful. Due to contested election, the streets were blocked from dawn til dark, so when we had to go to the airport, we had to leave super early. The management was kind enough to set up breakfast almost an hour early, just for us. Muy Sympatico !!!
Good option hotel
Reviewed 4 september, 2018
This hotel was an old house well remodel. Like old houses mainly all the rooms are facing the interior what makes them more quiet but we like facing out with more light and view. We reserved initially the suite on the top of the hotel for that reason that was a big and nice room but dark and almost not view for our taste so we had changed for another room much smaller but with 2 windows on the terrace with light and views. Furnitures is really nice. Good customer service and very good breakfast. The only critic I made is the heating. The hotel provides central heat that you cannot control it and we spent 6 days at the hotel because I was sick and we had to request 2 or 3 times a day for the heat to be turn on. Since I was sick the hotel helped me with contacting a good doctor and pharmacy. The hotel is very well located and very easy to walk everywhere. Sucre is a nice town.
Wonderful terrace to enjoy the views.
Reviewed 18 march, 2018
We had a very good experience at this hotel. We found the service to be fine, we were helped with our luggage, and always found the staff to be very polite and helpful. The room was spacious, and the views from the upstairs terrace were fantastic. Breakfast was very good also and they even specially cooked gluten free pancakes!
Excellent location, but unprofessional service
Reviewed 16 march, 2018
This is a convenient hotel in central Sucre. All the tourist sites are within walking distance. The standard of the rooms were adequate and the building itself is nice. However the service leaves a lot to be desired. I arrived with a very heavy bag. There was no elevator, so I was struggling with it. To my surprise, the young gentleman who showed me the room just looked at me and did not bother to offer any help. I found this very unprofessional. Also, upon checking out, the receptionist wanted us to pay VAT for the room, even though foreigners are exempt from paying VAT for hotel accommodation in Bolivia. We had to show them a website from the government indicating that VAT was not applicable to us and then had to talk to the owner to avoid paying that tax. Kind of annoying.... Overall it is not a bad place, but their personnel need to get at least some basic training in customer service.
Unethical IVA Tax Billing Practices
Reviewed 27 february, 2018
Tourists staying in Bolivia for less than 30 days are exempt from paying the 13% IVA lodging tax. This hotel charges tourists the 13% tax, even though these guests are exempt. It’s a shame the hotel undertakes this unfair billing practice, because the setting and location was nice, as was the breakfast.