Ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Tom from Boston, MA
Posted May 7, 2014
The hotel is close to the center of town but uphill so you get some exercise walking back from dinner, museums, etc. The rooms are very quiet as they are all at the back, away from the street. Rene, the owner is very nice and extremely helpful. Breakfast is good but not extravagant. You can use the kitchen and living room until 10:00 every evening.
for Everyoneby scott from Tokyo
A comfortable stayPosted Apr 12, 2014
I had an excellent stay at Casa Verde. It was easy to check in and out, the room was quiet and clean with wifi, the breakfast filling and Rene always offered great advice. It was also easy to meet other travelers in the common areas. Finally, Rene kindly mailed an item I had left behind. Highly recommended.
for Familiesby Tonya from Vancouver
Fabulous stayPosted Jan 20, 2014 on Hotels.com
We spent 3 nights and our stay was so relaxing and enjoyable we were sad to move on. The attention to detail, design, breakfast and overall quality make this place a standout in Bolivia.
for Everyoneby lynn from yukon traveller
Excellent accommodation in SucrePosted Jan 6, 2014
I stayed 5 weeks at Casa Verde and loved it. Excellent location and breakfast. Knowledgeable helpful host. Very comfortable room and private bath. Beautiful modern kitchen for guest use. Friendly staff, free WiFi, free computer use. Charming!
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Excellent service at a lovely B&BPosted Jul 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great B&B, good breakfast, nice communal areas, fantastic room. Service from owner Rene and the team was outstanding. Definitely would get 5 stars if not for the lack of internet functionality. The wired internet on the public PC's provided was very slow and the wifi didn't work at all while we were there. There are plenty of cafes in Sucre with good, fast, stable wifi so not too much of a problem.
for Everyoneby Kelin
Clean and friendly, pleasant stayPosted May 7, 2013
Cons: The breakfast was good enough but not excellent like the rest of the place.
There is not much to say. The nights in Casa Verde B&B were the most pleasant of all Bolivia hotels we stayed at. Merely in the pool area there was a mild displeasing odour, otherwise everything was perfect!
for Everyoneby Diana from Australia
A safe, welcoming place.Posted Apr 3, 2013
Pros: Atmosphere...calm, homely. Breakfast. Small details and touches...personalised attention.
Location: Can easily walk to all things in the town. Quiet area. Safe and attractive.
Welcoming and friendly . Rene is really helpful with all local knowledge. Breakfast best so far in South America. Kitchen is fantastic, clean and well equipped. Felt very relaxed and at home. Warmly recommended ....thank you Rene
for Couplesby james from Perth , Australia
another satisfied customerPosted Jun 15, 2012
Pros: warm friendly comfortable B&B
Location: convenient and safe location.
A really comfortable and good value B&B, convenient location and the owner very knowledgeable and helpful, a great place to stay and a great breakfast.
for Everyoneby Nicolas from Paris, France
One of the best hostel in South AmericaPosted Apr 25, 2012
Pros: The rooms, the beakfast, the host.
Location: In a quiet street but close to the center and the "mirador"
We stayed 4 nights at Casa Verde and could have stayed much longer. This very clean, well run beautiful hostel is the perfect place to relax, take some rest and get the most of Sucre. René, the owner and manager makes sure that you have everything you need and can recommend anything from the best tour to the best dentist in town. He has been very helpful and made our stay unforgettable. The room are big, clean and very comfortable. We would definitely recommend Casa Verde, one of the best hostel we have been in South America.
for Personal Eventby Mark
Home away from homePosted Apr 22, 2012 on Hotels.com
I enjoyed every minute of that stay, despite it being at the end of a long three week trip. Rene and the staff are incredibly friendly and helpful in planning and findings activities/places both in and out of the city (e.g. Potosi). Casa Verde has a very relaxed atmosphere and didn't feel like an impersonal hotel or bustling hostel - a home away from home.