Bolivia Hotels

Bolivia has tourism offerings that cater to just about every kind of traveler. There are Bolivia hotels for every kind of visitor to Bolivia. Whether you're here to climb the Cordillera Real or simply enjoy the historical walking tours of Sucre and Potosi, there are lodging options in Bolivia to cater to your needs and tastes.

Wther you enjoy comfort lodgings such as the new Five Star Ritz in la Paz, or you prefer a simpler tone like at the Wiracocha Hostel in Tiahuanico, where you rest of your trip sets the tone for your journey. Conventional or contemporary, the right lodging is not hard to find in Bolivia, a country that relies heavily on tourism.

Bolivia Hotels such as the Chalalan Eco-Lodge in the northern Amazon basin are run by Indians, who also lead guided canoe tours through the Chalalan Lagoon.

Another great Eco-lodge to stay at while you're exploring the wet north is the Posada Las Cachuelas. The accommodations you stay in are made of wood and palm leaf. This construction blends seamlessly into the lush forest. Solar power and onsite composting adds to its eco-friendly reputation.

Backpackers and young travelers, and budget minded travelers who seeking Bolivia's Cheap Hotels flock to the HI's (Hostelling International) new four-story hostel in Copacabana, on the shores of Lake Titicaca. Walking the shores of Lake Titicaca is a popular diversion, and this is also the starting off point of many hiking and climbing tours.

Visitors to Lake Titicaca might want to consider Puno, as this is a good place to lodge as well, being only 7 minutes by car from the lake. The Casa Andina Hotel in Puno is a new Bed and Breakfast style hotel has sixty rooms and is the perfect size for the traveler who wants to enjoy a relaxed, more intimate lodging experience. Its cozy breakfast room decorated in warm mustard hues and deep red tones, and is the perfect place to come to over a coffee as you plan the days' adventure.

Bella Vista Exclusive Lodge at Salar de Uyuni salt flats provides you a welcome respite that has the added convenience of private bathrooms in the rooms. This rustic, yet warm clean lodge is a notch above other hotels in Bolivia in this, the rugged southwestern area of Bolivia.

The Hotel Calacoto is located in downtown La Paz and is a great mid-priced alternative. This three star hotel feels like visiting a relative. Tasteful but modest and clean accommodations await you at this mid priced hotel.

Any stay at a hotel in Bolivia should add comfort and convenience to your visit. Bolivians welcome you to explore their country, and a stay in one of the many kinds of lodging will paint your entire visit to Bolivia.

Your accommodations are your home base while your on tour, so whether you'd like a busy, young and colorful lakefront hostel or a romantic bed and breakfast in the capitol, your room is something you always remember on your trip. It's the place where you find yourself alone at the end of an incredible day, where look up to the ceiling in a strange place when you're unable to sleep. Whatever adventure you seek, hotels in Bolivia have a place reserved just for you.

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