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Tayka - Hotel de Piedra

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  • Excellent17%
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  • Average21%
  • Poor9%
  • Terrible3%
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Reviewed 15 October 2016 via mobile

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

Thank BKoo
Reviewed 14 October 2016

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

Thank jackjump
Reviewed 6 October 2016

A really funky place in a totally non descript small town. The building from the outside didn't really telegraph what the interior would be like. Walk in and the lobby is the first indication your about to stay in a place with character. The highlight...More

Thank MurTheExplorer
Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

Baring in mind that this hotel is really only used as a stopping off point between Uyuni and the Chilean border, it serves it's purpose quite commendably. Clean, spacious rooms and surprisingly nice food for such a remote location. Just remember that electricity shuts off...More

Thank Lukeharps
Reviewed 7 September 2016

We have spent one night in Tayka hotel while traveling through Bolivian altiplano in May 2016. As most of our accommodation landed on 2,500 m above the mean sea level, we did not expect (couldn’t find the hotel while researching places to stay) to end...More

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"I think all the rooms must be good. There isn't any noise around anywhere."
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"Take care a lot of your phones, cameras, etc"
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"room 12 is the only room we stay which has quite view."
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"The best view you have going out and take a look around. Tunupa volcan, abandoned stone village and the width..."
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