Ritz Apart Hotel
Popular hotel of an uncommonly high standard for Bolivia, offering spacious, self-contained suites which combine a sense of independence with all the advantages of a quality hotel.
While the 'Ritz' in the title might be rather deceptive, this well-liked, ideally located hotel is of an uncommonly high standard for Bolivia. All accommodation is in spacious, self-contained suites decorated in traditional style and complete with living area, kitchen and, in the top room category, a balcony and hot tub bath. You feel as though you have your own city apartment, offering a sense of independence combined with the amenities and advantages of a good quality hotel.
There's a restaurant and a bar/café, as well as plenty of other dining options nearby: while in a quiet, safe neighbourhood, the hotel is within walking distance of many good places to eat and drink, along with the city's main tourist attractions, museums and galleries.
What our clients say
Most Memorable Moment: Lunch on the Uyuini Salt PlainsFA, Preston
Most Memorable Moment: Difficult to pick out one thing as it was all great! For me probably being on Lake Titicaca, the achievement of a childhood ambition!JS
Most memorable experience: “The time we spent in Bolivia was amazing, despite the altitude sickness! The Uyuni salt flat was so beautiful and all the lagoons and mountains we saw on the way. We also loved Iguazu falls and lake Titicaca.”SC, Manchester
Highlights: The trek and Bolivia in general.GN, Kingsbridge
For both of us though the highlight of our trip was the journey through Bolivia, the crossing of Lake Titicaca and the visit to the Sun Island and then the 3 days we spent driving down to the Chilean border with the guide Juan Carlos and driver Rene was simply the best, it reminded us of journeys we made back in the late 60’s through Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran.RA, Croydon
A highlight was driving through Bolivia and salt flats. The lack of tourists during the long drive was something else. We saw hardly any other people at the attractions we stopped at. At some places we were the only people. Truly magical. More people at salt flats as expected but still a really memorable and spectacular experience.
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