Casa Al Tronco

Topater 57, Sucre, Bolivia, Distance from city centre: 1.5km
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Rating: 98%from 3 reviews

  • 100%Atmosphere
  • 100%Staff
  • 100%Security
  • 100%Cleanliness
  • 93%Location
  • 100%Value for money
  • 93%Facilities
We are located in the most romantic and ancient zone
of the 'White City of America', some steps from
Tata Solano and Recoleta squares, one of the most
beautiful town places in Sucre and perhaps of Bolivia.
Visiting the Fransiscanian monastry you will feel like in
northern Spain and the italian-bolivian restaurant
'Cafe Gourmet Mirador' with its garden terraces and
views over the colonial city is the best place in Sucre
during the day, to have a chill out experience.

You walk seven blocks to the main square through the
in the historical sence very interesting parts of the city.
The easy access to charming, wooden and calvarian
Churuquella hill will give you spectacular views over Sucre
and the country side. Recoleta is that zone, where city and
country sides meet, an ideal place to get diverse impres-
sions of Chuquisaca and Bolivia.

In our riviera style house we offer you a pleasant stay in comfortable, spacious and bright rooms served to a hotel standard, with private or shared baths, flowery patio, large sitting-room, an art collection and a fully equipped guest kitchen, which opens to a sunny balcony with spectacular views over the city. On arrival time we provide you with written information about the house, the district and Sucre.

We, a Bolivian - European family, can give you detailed and professional information about Sucre and Bolivia as well as tips for your continuing journey.



Check In : Anytime .
Check Out : 11:00 ( you
are welcome to stay in
the house until your one-
ward connection)


Facilities:

Laundry service
* Internet WiFi
Big selection of games and professional Dart board in the
patio
Bolivian magazines and reviews, ' Le Monde Diplomatique',
'Der Spiegel', books, among other things with bolivian
reference
Dvd library in Tv lounge
-Book Exchange
-CAble TV in the house
Fully equipped guest kitchen with fridge and radio
Private Spanish and Quechua lessons in the house

We look forward to welcoming you to:

' Your home away from home'


Minimum stay required of 2 nights

Prices are per person per night.

Availability & Rates

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B&B Facilities & Policies

  • Board Games
  • Book exchange
  • Breakfast not included
  • Cable TV
  • Ceiling fan
  • DVDs
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free Wifi
  • Internet Access
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lounge
  • Towels Included

Cancellation Policy

This property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

Directions
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You can arrive to our house from the Bus station with a taxi, it takes ten minutes drive. The taxis fare costs 5.- Bolivianos for Person.
From the Airport you can take a taxi, it takes twenty minutes drive.The price of the fare is 30,- Bolivianos ( not for person)

Located Near

Casa Al Tronco is located near:
The Recoleta Church
The Recoleta Museum
The view galery ' El Mirador'
The Indigenous Art Museum ' Asur'

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