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Budget hotels & hostels
Hotel Victoria Plaza
A charming, four-star place just off the main plaza, with lovely 1950s rooms decked with gleaming wooden floors, comfy beds and old-school furnishing. All rooms are en suite (though the bathrooms are a bit dated) and have cable TV...
Hotel Los Ceibos
Boasting an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by garden and spa facilities, Los Ceibos offers comfortable rooms in Tarija. A continental breakfast is served daily at the restaurant and the shopping area is 500 metres away...
Located 200 metres from the main square, Hostal Granny offers free Wi-Fi and buffet breakfast in Tarija. All rooms feature private bathrooms with showers. Meeting facilities and laundry services are available, and tourism information is provided...
Terravina Hotel Del Vino
Only a 7-minute drive from the airport, Terravina is a wine-themed boutique hotel offering wine tasting sessions. Wi-Fi is free and the airport is a 7-minute drive away...
Altiplano Hotel Boutique
Featuring a terrace and an internal courtyard, Altiplano Hotel Boutique in Tarija offers free Wi-Fi and Continental breakfast. Transfers from the airport to the hotel can be arranged. The main square is less than 2 km away...
La Banda Apart Hotel
Offering an outdoor pool, La Banda Apart Hotel is located in Tarija. Free WiFi access is available in this lodge. The accommodation will provide you with a TV and a patio.There is a full kitchen with an oven and kitchenware...
Huerto Los Membrillos
Located in Tarija, Huerto Los Membrillos offers an outdoor pool and free bikes. This self-catering accommodation features free WiFi. Accommodation will provide you with a TV, air conditioning and a patio...
Featuring rooms with private bathrooms and cable TV, Hostal Carmen offers free Wi-Fi in the city of Tarija. Uriondo Park is 100 metres away. Guests at Hostal Carmen are provided a daily buffet breakfast...
Located on La Paz avenue, surrounded by shops and restaurants, Hotel Martinez offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and buffet breakfast in Tarija. The bus terminal and Covadalquivir river are 200 metres away...
Casa Blanca Hostel
Casa Blanca, the only Property in Tarija, is run completely by its owner, in a house located in the historical center of the city, three blocks away from the city's main plaza...
Resort Hotel Los Parrales
In a relaxed setting 3.5km from the center, Tarija’s only five-star option offers you a complimentary cocktail when you arrive and has a spa, a giant Jacuzzi and a lovely open-air dining area overlooking the countryside...
Grand Hotel Tarija
One of the town oldies that’s busy for lunch when locals flood to the hotel's restaurant. The spacious, ocher-colored rooms are comfortable and central, though some are aging more gracefully than others...
Gran Hotel Londres
This kind of retro style may once have looked very grand in London (or maybe not!), but these days wood-paneled walls and dated tourism posters might best be described as quirky.
Hostal Del Sol
Among the nicest in town, Hostal del Sol has coffee-colored walls, flatscreen TVs, marble floors and a bright, modern design. Friendly service, good breakfasts and free internet make this a great place to stay.
Hostal La Costañera
Rooms here are elegant and decorated in caramels and sandy shades, with spacious bathrooms and great showers. There are phones, mini-bar, heaters (upon request) and parking, plus the staff is super friendly.
This central and welcoming place has dated en suite rooms with phones and cable TV. No fan or air-conditioning provided.
Superficially the most attractive budget option, with dozens of potted plants and climbers giving the place a fresh, spring feel. However, make sure you see the room before you commit: the basement ones are grim and dark; go for something upstairs.
A decent budget option, though the slightly overpriced rooms are pretty cold in winter. The hot showers and a pleasant flowery patio keep it popular with long-term university student residents and there is plenty of tourist information at reception.
Hotel Luz Palace
Recently refurbished, this huge colonial hotel-cum-shopping mall offers great value with its modern, spacious rooms.
Residencial El Rosario
It’s rare to find a budget place that is so well tended, with freshly painted and clean (though rather small) rooms looking onto a quiet patio. There are reliable gas-heated showers, laundry sinks and a common room with cable TV.