Casa Blanca Hostel
AddressCalle Ingavi, 645 entre Ballivian y J.M. Saracho B TarijaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The whitewashed colonial-era facade and shady courtyard make Casa Blanca easily the most attractive of the city's budget accommodations. Three dorm rooms have two bunk beds each and the bathrooms are kept clean and have reliably hot showers. It's on a quiet block a short walk to the central plaza, however the soundness of your sleep depends on other guests.
Kitchen available for guests' use and a large DVD collection for those who want to spend the night in.
Our independent authors have visited Casa Blanca Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Tarija.
Description provided by property
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.
This small Property offers a calm, relaxing and particular environment for its guests and welcoming and cozy feeling just like being home.
The rooms are equipped with comfortable beds, the reception has a lock box for valuable objects, the bathrooms have hot water 24 hours a day, and our fully equipped kitchen has a refrigerator with enough space for all the food and drinks you might need or take.
In the courtyard we have a grill and hammocks, the living room has calm atmosphere to read, drink a coffee, play chess, cards or board games. We have a library and book exchange and a public PC with over 250 gigabytes of music to share. In our minibar we have water, sodas, beer and wine from the region.
Come to Casa Blanca and discover Tarija to get to know Bolivia.
Cancellation Policy: 2 days before the arrival
Check In: 12.00 noon
Check Out: 11.00 am
Method of Payment upon the arrival: Cash only!
Breakfast is not included.
Taxes are included.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Hire
- Book Exchange
- 24 Hour Reception
- Security Lockers
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Internet Access
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