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Amigo Hostel is a great budget option for Sucre. Its very central and so you can walk around the town easily. The breakfast is your usual bread and eggs and there is a kitchen that you can cook in (although there are very limited utensils - no knives! - and the fridge is behind reception which is a bit odd. There are quite a few communal areas but when we stayed there weren't many other backpackers around.
Location was good, 5 mins to main square. Kitchen wasn't very well equipped, no knives to eat with and the fridge wasn't in the kitchen, but behind reception.. Hostel was cold at night. Staff weren't particularly helpful. Breakfast was probably the worst I've had in South America so far. Internet was poor. Something was broken in every bathroom. It was fine, but there are much better hostels in Sucre for the same price.
Breakfast is very good, includes bread, butter and jam, eggs, juice, cereals and tea or coffee. they serve as you get there, so culd be waiting for a while if the hostel is busy. Wifi sometimes does ot work that well and best signal is at reception, none in rooms or common areas a t the back. Lots of places so sit around and talk to people.