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Budget hotels & hostels
Guesthouses and B&Bs
Hotel Gloria Coroico
At the bottom of town, this aging resort hotel has a likeable colonial ambience, with its spacious lounges, high ceilings and grandiose halls. The rooms are cramped and simple, but definitely passable...
Hotel Rio Selva Yungas
Boasting 2 swimming pools, a sauna, a fitness room and a restaurant, Hotel Rio Selva Yungas offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and plasma TVs in Yungas Jungle. Breakfast is provided and there is a garden. Coroico city is 45 km away...
Hotel Cabanas Paradise
Featuring a large garden, an outdoor pool, a children’s playground, and a regional restaurant, Hotel Cabanas Paradise is located in Chulumani, 800 metres from the main square and a 10-minute walk from the commercial area. Breakfast is included...
Altai Oasis Eco Lodge
Featuring an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Altai Oasis Eco Lodge is located in Sorata, a warm-weather valley with magnificent views, located on the foot of Illampu Mountain...
House Hotel Villa Saracena
The House-Hotel Villa Saracena is finely furnished and fully equipped with major appliances (refrigerator, water heater, gas stove, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, others), ready to move in with your groceries to prepare your meals (self-catering), ...
Villa Bonita Coroico
Welcome to Villa Bonita:Hostal and Vegi-Restaurant/Home made Ice-Cream. All our rooms have a panoramic view of Coroico. All rooms are tastefully decorated. We want you to know what really means to relax. Bolivian-Swiss owned...
We can help you planning a trip to nearby atractions like: LAS CASCADAS (THE CASCADES) Three waterfalls where you can take a refreching bath...
We offer dormitories and private rooms with comfortable beds. We are the only hostel direct in town with a big green area and a huge garden. The hostel also has a big terrace with an amazing view to the valley...
This really does feel like an oasis, with a lush garden, hammocks, caged macaws, a pretty balcony cafe/restaurant and a range of accommodations options...
Apa Apa Reserva Ecológica
This beautiful old adobe hacienda makes a good place to stay. It’s set in elegant grounds, and the cordial owners maintain the property with care and thought...
Probably your best bet in town, this welcoming country home is 10 minutes west of the plaza by the basketball court and the lookout Mirador La Ladera...
El Jiri Ecolodge
Near Charobamba, across the valley from Coroico, this lodge is a fun spot to stay, with hanging bridges, a zipline tour, a pool and meals under a thatched roof. You’re kept busy with walks in Parque Nacional Cotapata and plenty of activities...
Just up from the plaza, this architecturally impossible building – a hybrid of medieval and Moorish style with turret-like corner rooms – is a solid option for the budget set...
Hostal Caturra Inn
Hostal Caturra Inn is a sophisticated hotel which has hot showers, fans, lovely gardens, a good restaurant and a clean pool – a really unexpected treat if you’ve just climbed out of a dusty bus.
Hostal De La Torre
Sunny and clean, this is the cheapest acceptable accommodation, but don’t be jealous when you hear other travelers splashing around in their hotel pool...
Half a block south of Plaza Libertad, this is the best of the central options. The homey setting includes extremely clean rooms, cable TV, electric showers and sparkling tile floors.
Hostal El Cafetal
Out of town by the hospital, this hotel has a lot of potential – with tremendous views, a nice pool and large grounds. We just wish it were a little better maintained...
Right in the center of town, this is one of your best budget bets. There are fabulous views of the valley and Cordillera peaks from the large pools or rooms in the rambling six-story complex. The rooms have older sheets, but are clean...
Hostal Las Piedras
This German-owned joint has amazing views from most rooms, a cool vibe, shared kitchen and fun common area. The sheets are clean, but the mattresses and pillows are paper thin. The optional breakfast includes homemade wholemeal bread and yoghurt.
If you've got OCD, head somewhere else, fast! This place is quite cluttered. That said, there’s a tremendous terrace, shared kitchen and decent rooms with caved-in beds. The atmosphere can be a little unfriendly.
Built around a clean and sunny courtyard on the south side of the plaza, the Panchita has dark cell-like rooms with shared baths. At least, the management is friendly, there’s hot water, and you are right on the plaza.
This central spot has a bright, flowery patio, a series of roof terraces with nice views, new beds and old carpets, and decent rooms with private bathrooms and circumspect electrical wiring on the showers.
Hostal Sol Y Luna
Set on a jungle-covered hill, this inspiring spot offers appealingly rustic accommodations in a variety of cabañas (cabins), simple dorms and camping spots...