Piedra Blanca Backpackers Hostel Reviews
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Wifi not great. Beds ok - although they use fleeces instead of sheets but seemed clean. Bathroom clean with hot showers - great after a 3 day tour of the salt flats. Place next to hostel sells pizza - the best yet! Nice building with a central courtyard
- Novice Nomad
- All Female Group, 25-30
- (1 review)
Staff were hit and miss; guy was really helpful when booking our bus to La Paz, lady was quite rude. No atmosphere but what do you expect? Wifi wasnt amazing. Good hot powerful showers. Decent breakfast. Perfect location. Good place before/after a tour.
We only stayed one night and it was a good hostel for a stop over. Beds were really comfortable. There were good sized lockers. Wifi wasn't great but overall it was a good place to stay.
Staff is super friendly and helpful. They speak great English.
Good big clean, if a bit wobbly, hostel. Staff were great, double room was massive as was the bathroom. Best showers we've had in Bolivia. Only negative is they allow people to use the facilities for a small fee, sounds nice but rather annoying when yet another large group comes in and uses all the hot water and wifi when you are trying to do the same paying the full price to stay.
Spacious and comfy private doubles with shared bathroom. Fairly decent breakfast. Not much of a social vibe as a lot of people only stop over one night before / after a salt flats tour.
This is an adequate place to stay for one night before or after the salar tour. The facilities are a bit old and run down but the beds are clean and warm and the included breakfast was good. The hostel was in a great location close to restaurants and bars.
This hostel is for for a night before or after the salt flats tour. The breakfast was average. The staff are extremely rude.
Perfect location, lovely big beds. Breakfast basic but standard for Bolivia. Would stay again
Bed and sheets are impressively clean and comfy for a busy hostel in Uyuni! The woman who's running this, I believe is the owner's sister in law, is incredibly capable! Tho wifi is a little let down.
This hostel is very well located in the centre of Uyuani, only 5 minutes walk to the bus stop. Beds were nice and warm with plenty of blankets. Room was clean. Breakfast was standard tea/coffee and bread. Nothing special.
great place to stay in Uyuni if planning on doing a tour in the saltflats and/or the national parks. typical backpackers short-term-stopover-place. nothing really special but with all the necessary facilities. can recommend it with a good concious=)
Very clean and the most comfortable beds we have had so far! Hot water in the showers. Not really any atmosphere just people chilling before or after the salt flats. Uyuni isn't that great so just try to stay here 1 night minimum.
Staff was helpful but not friendly. Beds and breakfast was good
Perfect location. Comfy beds. Very helpful and attenting staff that keep an eye on the premises! Kitcheb is not well equipped though. But nice cottage style house.
its a great place for one or two nights and they're really great people who own it, it just really sucks that they charge u to use the hostel facilities after u check out (I.e. if u have a bus at 8pm ) the hostel isn't exactly cheap so it should be included but anyway... other than that no complaints. oh and no fridge
For Uyuni a nice accommodation and clean and comfortable beds. the breakfast is standard toast with jam and butter. Tea and instant coffee….