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El Curichal Hostel
The name comes from a typical vocal of the region 'curichi' which means wet or muddy ground near a stream. El Curichal reminds of origin of the ground on which the hostel is built...
Ambaibo Backpackers Hotel
Ambaibo Backpacker Hostel has every comfort for travelers who like to experience an adventure in the jungle of Bolivia - Rurrenabaque and return to the comfort of a pool. You can take some delicious exotic drinks...
Tuki Backpackers Hostel
The Tuki Backpackers Hostel is a brother hostel of the Ambaibo Backpackers Hotel. Guests can use the same facilities like the Ambaibo Backpackers Hotel but are located in a economic dormitory...
La Isla De Los Tucanes
An ecological cabin complex in the north of town with thatched Amazonian bungalows designed to make you feel further away from the town center than you really are...
Centro De Recreación Del Ejército
If only all army barracks were like this they might not have so much trouble in getting people to sign up! It’s a strange concept, almost an officers club, but it’s essentially a good, modern, budget hotel with a river terrace...
La Perla Andina
A block from the bus station, this bottom-end budget option is useful if you’re looking to catch an early bus. It’s clean and they’ve made an effort at prettifying the rooms despite the price.
It’s amazing what a good facelift can do to an ageing hotel. The newly renovated suites here are tasteful, colorful and dare we say it stylish (almost!), with sleek wooden furniture and sparklingly tiled private bathrooms...
Rurre’s poshest option sits by the riverfront, away from the town center. It’s a quiet, Korean-run place with simple but comfortable rooms with fans. Amenities, catering to tour groups, include a restaurant.
A mustard-colored, porticoed edifice, with muted wood-floored rooms. There are no-frills here except for on the curtains, but the availability of a flaky wi-fi connection may give it the edge over its competitors.
Hotel Los Tucanes De Rurre
This big, thatched-roof house offers a sprawling garden, a roof terrace and sweeping views over the river. There are hammocks swinging on the patio, a pool table and the clean and simple rooms are painted in gentle colors. Breakfast is included.
If you meet people who are staying at the Oriental, right on the plaza, they’ll invariably be raving about what an excellent place it is – and it really is...
Hostal Turístico Santa Ana
Decent value, though some of the rooms with shared bathrooms are dingy and claustrophobic. As with most places there is the obligatory hammock garden.
All rooms here have their own bathroom and encircle a shaded courtyard. Rooms are bright white – that’s walls, floor and furniture – and bathrooms are much bigger than they need to be...
Hostal El Curichal
A recommended place with clean, comfortable rooms that come with hot showers and walls adorned with jungle murals. There is a barbecue terrace and kitchen available for guests and several hammocks swinging seductively in the shade.