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The welcomming was the best we have tried so far. The man was very welcoming and the city introduction was really good - and all the recomandations of the fruit market, breakfast places etc. It would have been nice if there were toilet paper in the bathroom and a showercurtain
The owner here is lovely and really helpful. I stayed longer than I planned and loved this hostel. It's a little out from the centre of Sucre but felt safe walking there and back. Great kitchen.
Really nice staff!! Really nice kitchen and living room!! But it is 8 blocks away from all the action and the beds were really unconfortable.
My stay at Quechua Inn was nice. The owner was knowlegable and helpful and made me feel very welcome. The kitchen was good, nice showers and it was quiet and relaxed. The only bad thing was when something of mine was stolen from the fridge (although that's not their fault!).
- Novice Nomad
- New Zealand
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
Really good staff. Close to the bus terminal and city centre.
This was a great clean hostel about a 15 min walk from the bus and 10 min from the main square/town centre. We had a twin with ensuite which was big, airy and felt secure ( note there is no safe though). The hostel had a big balcony which was sunny. No breakfast but close to market/places to buy food. Staff super helpful, on arrival gave us a map and told us where all the sights were. Tv and dvds and kitchen which we didn't use but others did. All in all great clean and safe hostel.
Great little place to relax when in Sucre. Really close to the market and only 10mins from the plaza. Rooms are big, lght and clean, although if your a late sleeper it may be too light in the morning. There is a good size kitchen, and huge tv with lots of DVDs to watch. In all not a bad place to spend time.
The owners were super friendly and really helpful. Comfy beds and hot showers.
On of the best hostels in South America and definitely the best in Bolivia. The rooms were great and spacious. Comfortable beds and the best (hot) showers, which I have had in Bolivia. The hostel seems to be family-run and the hosts are very friendly and helpful.
Really nice, economical hostal. Owner is very friendly; we originally booked for three nights and stayed for 12due to Spanish classes. Big kitchen provides lots of opps to cook your own food to
I've stayed in this hostel twice and have loved it both times. Nice old building a few blocks from the central market. Nice family owners. Ricardo was a great help with pretty much anything anyone asked about. Great little kitchen, nice bed. Highly recommend this hostel for anyone visiting Sucre.
Great hostel, lovel stay we had. The owners are very friendly and helpful, the place is extremely clean and in a good location. Best kitchen we´ve had at any hostel and a very nice room, would highly recommend it to anyone!
This hostel is lovely! For those that don't want a party hostel you won't be disappointed. Far enough from town to get a good night sleep and close enough to walk to the main square, about 7 mins. Only stayed for one night, due to lack of time but could of stayed a few more. Place is clean, friendly atmosphere and the owners can't do enough for you. If coming to Surcre you have to stay here especially for the showers, the best we've had in SA!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Warm showers, good kitchen, kind staff. Great place to stay
Nice hostel with friendly staff - but definitely need a shower curtain in the bathroom!
Really nice place, barely 10 minutes from the main plaza and 5 from the markets and bus station. Very homely feel to it. Ricardo was the nicest bloke, giving us directions to good places to go in Sucre and even getting up to call us a taxi at 6 in the morning.
The house is amaizing, all wooden,comfortable beds,and the owners really helpfull. The only bad point is that,as they don't let you any key and you have to ring if you come back after 10pm, you have a strange impression of being a teenager obliged to have "daddy" opening the house for you at night...
Don't have anything against the place. Just very average. It's a good place to relax I guess but there wasn't much to it.
Very quiet, slow wifi, great stuff, good location, nice beds, hot showers. No sociality going on.Dirty bathrooms. Noise and reparation in the building during the day.
Quechua Inn was great, 2 mins walk to Fenix Language School, 8 mins to plaza and markets. Had a homely feel, the owner spoke good English and was always willing to help you out. This is not a party hostel, perfect if you are in Sucre to learn some Spanish.