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Budget hotels & hostels
Hotel Virgen Del Socavon
Probably one of the best hotels in town, this modern option has rooms looking right onto the Plaza del Folklore, making it the most sought-after hotel in town come Carnaval time when prices spike tenfold...
If you’re looking for a business-style hotel, this is it. Big beds (check), flat-screen TVs (check), clean and modern baths, pool, onsite restaurant and casino (check, check, check and check). What’s missing is a bit of soul...
Make Hostel Graciela your home in Oruro, Bolivia-home to Carnival and a perfect base to explore the mystical altiplano, or rest before traveling on to Salar de Uyuni...
A significant step above the row of budget and mostly dire alojamientos opposite the train station, this bright, clean and cheerful spot has 19 rooms set around a pleasant inner patio. It’s secure and staff are used to dealing with travelers.
Gran Hotel Sucre
This noble and characterful old lodging, although on the dark side, combines modern conveniences with an appealing sense of past grandeur. The rooms have decent hot-water bathrooms, TVs and comfortable beds. An abundant buffet breakfast is included...
This three-floor place is very central, with spacious rooms, each equipped with a phone and TV, that are a reasonable bet. The cheaper rooms without bathroom have no windows.
Opposite the bus terminal, this budget option has soft beds, limpid pillows and slightly dirty sheets. The baths are tight, but have a good supply of hot water.
Centrally located across Mercado Fermín López, this slightly overpriced option has comfortable, smallish rooms. Some have a private terrace and Jacuzzi, and all have toasty heating.
Hotel El Lucero
This recent opening right by the bus terminal, run by the owners of Hotel Bernal, offers a string of pleasant rooms, all sporting private bathrooms and cable TVs.
Hotel International Park
Once a modern hotel of good quality, this high-rise on top of the bus terminal is definitely past its heyday. Rooms are run-down but come with heating and panoramic town vistas; the service is spotty and the restaurant nothing to write home about.
You’ll love the sign at this faded but likeable old place. It has a variety of ever-so-slightly-smoky rooms in two wings, all with cable TV and pretty nice hot showers. The third-story rooms are the best.
Hotel Sumaj Wasi
This attractive business-style hotel near the bus terminal has large rooms offering tiled floors, decent bathrooms with plenty of hot water and cable TV. There is a lingering smell of detergent but, hey, at least you know it’s clean...
Plaza Flores Hotel
A top midrange choice right on the main plaza, this eight-story, three-star hotel offers recently renovated rooms, good city views and friendly management. Request a room on a higher floor for better views.
Residencial 21 De Abril
Probably your best budget bet, this friendly family-run spot is a short walk from the center with bright and tidy rooms, TV and hot water available all day. There’s a sauna for guests’ use.
A class above most Oruro residenciales , this welcoming place with a freshly painted yellow front is built around a courtyard and cheerfully tiled in blue and yellow. The rooms are darkish (with small bathrooms) but comfortable.
Residencial San Miguel
The cheapest place in town is handy for both the train station and the center, but it’s pretty rock-bottom in terms of comfort. Hot water is sporadic and rooms are tiny. But at least the thread-bare sheets seem to be clean.
This glass-fronted hotel has a dark lobby but pleasant 1970s-style rooms with TV and phone. Book a room with a street view; these offer lovely vistas of the surrounding hills. It’s fairly bland but friendly.