Pros: - great location - good equipped kitchen Cons: - really dirty (dirtiest place in South America after 6 months of travel) - confusing check-in (at first they did not want to give us the room we booked) - in the beginning they were charging us more than the price in our booking, however they ...
Clean and tidy with good access to the town centre. Breakfast was a disappointment with poor quality food.
Good for a hostal and for Bolivia, the price was decent and the room adecuate
The hotel is fine. Good relation between quality and price. Service is kind but inexperienced and not trained. The many messages in walls and doors indicates that probably costumers are not accustom to be civilized. Service is kind but look scared, like if the owners are hard and not motivators. ...
Very pleasant stay, staff was very helpful and accommodating with tips of things to do etc. All in all very hospitable. Rooms was spacious and very clean, breakfast was very good. The only thing was the shower, could not get it to be hot but was warm enough and the water pressure wasn't great. If ...
Bell Tower is a terrific excuse for a vacation.
It is situated 260 miles from La Paz, in Potosi.
If you are keen on the idea of being in close proximity, you'll find 4 close-by hotels. Have a look at the Hostal Patrimonio and Hotel Santa Teresa. They're both within a radius of 2 miles of Bell Tower.
If touring Bell Tower has given you an empty stomach, get to Kalaphurka Doña Mecha (Potosi) for a pleasant dinner. Don't call it a night yet! 1945 trainor (Lucas jaimes #105, Villa Imperial de Potosí) is a great place to stop by for some late-night cocktails.
A number of tourists reach Bell Tower by light rail. It's only 0.9 miles from Potosí, the most convenient station.