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The previous inhabitant of the room got sick so stayed an extra night. The B&B booked us a room in another hotel, drove us there, then picked us up in the morning to spend our second night at their place. Family run, unbelievably nice and helpful and great value.
We had a great stay at this hostel. Breakfast is decent, had no problems with hot water and it's quite close to the center. Our room was really big and the bed comfortable. The only downside is the staff. They are all lovely and helpful but really difficult to pin down. Several times we needed something and they were just not there. However, we would highly recommend this hostel. It's great value for money.
Good location close to both the City centre and the nice restaurants. Really safe, this charming house is perfect to browse through Sucre. Would recommend it although to be transparent, we found some hair when we first entered the bathroom
We loved our stay in Santa Cecilia. The owners of the Bed and Breakfast are really friendly and try to help you with everything they can! Rooms were clean and comfortable. Breakfast was ok!
Location was OK, a short walk to the main square. Owners were very friendly however we don't speak spanish and they don't speak English. Just an fyi. Also on day of check out, owners were no where to be found for payment. We were able to find one of the cleaners who let us store our bags for the day and we were able to pay and checkout when we returned that evening. Overall, it was a good place, maybe just a little lost in translation.
Santa Cecilia B
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
This B&B was very good! The owner and manager Maria Joana was absolutely thoughtful and helped us with everything that we wanted to know about the city and how to travel from there to other places. They actually sold us a bus ticket to Uyuni adding a small fee to the original price. I'm sure it wasn't there fault but when we got the agency 6 de Octubre at the bus station our seats were sold out within our reservations. It wasn't a problem they had other seats, just warning. Hot Showers!
The hostel was more than helpful when our bus got in too early. They answered the door in the wee hours of the morning with a cheerful smile found space for us and our friends. Her service was above and beyond the best service we received. I would definitely stay there again.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 41+
- (1 review)
Very nice guesthouse in a beautiful building. Very friendly owners who live next door. Spotlessly clean large rooms standard breakfast. Only letdown was the wifi which was generally conspicuous by its absence
Very good pick! Clean, nice, spacy rooms with television, very friendly and helpful guest family, good breakfast, central location
A really nice place in a convenient location just up the hill from the main square. The family and staff were really friendly and helpful. For some reason they didn't want two guys sharing a private room, so they gave us a room each instead for the same price! This was fine. Both ensuite too. Breakfast was good (drinks, juice or yoghurt, bread & jam). There is also a kitchen available for guests. The house is very pretty, with a courtyard and terrace to get a lovely view of the city.