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Reviewed 14 September 2016 via mobile

We stayed for one night. Service was friendly. Room was not very clean (a dead spider and several hair in the bed :() but without noise (patio side). Our room was literally huge, bathroom was clean and the breakfast was good. Service is friendly.

Thank Cédric R
Omaha, Nebraska
Reviewed 5 August 2016 via mobile

So I there were good and bad things about this place. The worst thing was the smell; it literally smelled like sewage. I think the smell came from the bathroom and it almost gave you a head ache. I hid under the blankets at night. Thankfully I only stayed a night. There was really nice hot water and the room...

Thank José C
Reviewed 17 January 2016 via mobile

We stayed here as part of our Bolivian tour. As a hostel the accomodation was booked for us and it was good with en suite rooms. around a central courtyard. Breakfast was standard for South America. The room was basic but comfortable and reasonably clean.

Thank Rosie M
Reviewed 8 June 2015

Other than the location being great, and the building's appearance having a certain charm at first glance (namely the inner courtyard), there is little to recommend this establishment. The breakfast includes the usual bread and sugary juice, plus one (!) scrambled egg if you're lucky enough to be offered it by the staff. The staff are rude, or gormless, or...

Thank mentalwd40
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 19 April 2014

The location of this hotel could not be much better, between the central market and the central square; I also found the service to be excellent, in contrast with some of the other guests. The breakfast was plain but this is true in Bolivia in general. I found the rooms delightful but I think I was lucky to be off...

Thank jsmog310
Reviewed 31 May 2013 via mobile

Stay at this histel for 5 nights.due to sickness of my girlfriend longer than we actually wanted.first imoression was good.location clise to everything is good,and they have a nice patio and it was really quiet in there. But the longer we stayed,the service got close to 0! Personell was very rude and non-existant.for everything you wanted ir is just normal...

Thank Schmeichel
Sucre, Bolivia
Reviewed 22 May 2013

This hostel decided to change the price of the private room when it came to checking out. Upon arrival the night staff agreed a price of 140 bol for the room. When we came to check out the reception staff charged us 200 bol. The night staff lied to my face saying i was wrong.

Thank jamesmills85
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 2 April 2013

We stayed at Las Torres for initially 3 nights but decided to change hotel after one night. At the day of arrival we booked 2 single rooms, for Bs 100 each, an economical deal. One of the rooms was very noisy (with all windows closed), the water pressure was little and the shower cold. The promised "grande buffet" breakfast turned...

Thank Micha1982
Reviewed 17 December 2012

I stayed here for a week last month, and my feelings about the service was mixed (the rooms were ok, although the breakfast was poor). Alas, when I was checking out, I had my small rucksack stolen by thieves (I think there's a real problem with petty theft and noise with the street this hostel is on). The staff were...

Thank JamesSteerforth
Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Reviewed 10 December 2012

Nice rooms with the possibility to sit outside and enjoy the sun. Breakfast is included,a simple, but good enough breakfast. The hostel has a very good location very close to the main square. Staff is friendly.

Thank Sanne695

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Additional Information about Las Torres Hostal

Address: San Alberto No. 19, Sucre 335, Bolivia
Region: Bolivia > Chuquisaca Department > Sucre
Price Range: $35 - $57 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 10
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