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In a very small village, nothing around to stop. No restaurants. Nada. Very simple hotel. Poor heating. Very simple breakfast. We had heavy rain and room roof leaked in two spots. Being in an isolated area, no other option to go.
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Generally speaking you'll find that the Tayka properties are the best in the area and the Hotel de Piedra is no exception. The staff are soft spoken, polite, patient and discreet. The rooms have adequate electricity, hot...More
They really should complete the exterior works as the first impression was poor whilst inside it seemed fully operational. A basic hotel built from salt rock with little hot water and very average food - but one has to remember that it is in middle...More
We find this hotel average: the setting is close to a small village (forgot name) - hence it's not as in the middle of nowhere as Tayka del Desierto.
Also, even though operated by the same group, I find Tayka del Desierto better than Hotel...More
I agree with "don't expect much." No alternatives. I did not like the food either. Breakfast was limited to put it kindly. I cannot recommend this but if you want to see the salt flats they way they should be seen over days, then grin...More
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