The Beehive Sucre Reviews
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Amanda is awesome and has the inside track on almost all of Sucre. Worth the extra few Bolivianos with the huge breakfasts and savings on in-house organized activities and private local spanish teachers. Super chill place for taking a break from travels, getting to know a community in-depth, and learning spanish. Sucre is the nicest city in Bolivia.
This is a fabulous small hostel, with a great friendly atmosphere. Fantastic food, tasty breakfasts included, and optional Sunday dinner, not included, was well worth the extra expense. A large garden, meant a great place to relax on an afternoon off from sight seeing. You won't be able to leave!
The Beehive was my home for two weeks whilst I took up Spanish lessons in Sucre. The staff had great knowledge on great teachers in town and helped in arranging private leasons at the hostel. Great community spirit, amazing atmosphere and the best hostel breakfast.
Really nice hostel in a good location in Sucre. The staff are really nice and provide a warm welcome. Breakfast is included in the price. We had 3 options to choose from and all were delicious. I would definitely book this hostel again and would highly recommend it.
Very close to the beautiful cemetery and 10-15 min walking distance from the main plaza. In general very good atmosphere (but if you're looking for a party hostel this is not the place to stay). They have bi-weekly wallyball games, which is a lot of fun - try it out! Clean, safe and good breakfast, so unless you're on extremely tight budget, I recommend staying there (it's a little more expensive than most other I stayed in Bolivia).
A great chilled out place to stay, lovely clean dorms, great beds and amazing breakfasts! We would definitely stay here again.
- Novice Nomad
- New Zealand
- Couple, 25-30
- (1 review)
the best hostels i have been since i am travelling through bolivia. would have stayed longer if i had time.
Well worth paying a little extra for. Incredible breakfast, owner and volunteers. Such a great atmosphere, I wish I could have stayed longer!
Fantastic new hostel run by the enthusiastic Amanda. Breakfasts are are delicious and social, the kitchen is great and the overall atmosphere of the hostel is is more like a home with your friends! Garden area for sunshine and the rooms are airy, comfortable and clean. Highly recommended!!
No other hostel in South America has felt like more of a home since I've been here. The owners and volunteers were extremely friendly and helpful throughout my stay and the atmosphere was so relaxed. A perfect place to recover from partying in La Paz or the cold nights of Uyuni, where you can relax and study Spanish. Amazing healthy breakfasts every day, weekly activities such as Wallyball (so much fun!) and Spanish conversation classes. I'd recommend this to anyone coming to Sucre.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
The best breakfasts I've had so far in South America, especially the fritata! Well worth the extra few Bob over other places in Sucre. It's in a nice, safe area with local tiendas and food, also near the supermarket. It's definitely not a party hostel, it has a midnight curfew during the week, 3am on weekends. The place is very social though, there is always something happening to take part in, don't miss out on Wally!
Breakfast each morning was delicious and very well prepared! Amanda and the volunteers were super helpful and made our stay feel more like home rather than hostel accommodation. We didn't want to leave! Would definitely stay at The Beehive again.
Undoubtedly the best hostel we had stayed in so far in South America, the beehive is much more than just a hostel. It feels more like a home, and Amanda, the manager goes out of her way to create the best atmosphere for travellers - it's no wonder that people come here intending to stay 1 night and stay for more than a week. Hot showers, good wifi, AMAZING breakfasts and the best family atomosphere you'll find. They're like a family here. You won't find anything better in Sucre
Terrific place to stay to get the most out of lovely Sucre. Short walk to the centre, nice crowd, terrific breakfasts, properly hot showers.. Part of a project to support indiginous Bolivian people. Highly recommended.