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Le Ciel d Uyuni

2.5 out of 5.0
  • Free full breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and ...
  • 24-hour front desk

Recent guest reviews

We had difficulty crossing the border into Chile, so we arrived here late and Josie was very kind and helpful, even if she did give us all the wrong information concerning buses, schedules and necessary room changes. The following day was a carnival celebration so there were no buses. We had to stay another night. The blonde girl who works the day shift was rude and unhelpful and told us we needed to change rooms. We wanted to have breakfast first. They rushed us to change rooms, so we packed up and moved. Then, the same girl who had refused to call the bus company for me, told us that they made a mistake and we had to move everything back. We are senior citizens and we had to climb three flights of stairs. Our room was adequate. Breakfast was poor. The location is good. I cannot recommend this place.

We stayed here for 2 nights in a double room. The staff were friendly and answered all of our questions (with the help of Google Translate). The breakfast was as expected and consisted of the usual breads, jam, cheese, ham, eggs, tea/coffee. There was WiFi but it was average The showers were not always hot and had some very questionable wiring running along it. Overall not a bad stay. Local shops/restaurants all very close.

Nice little hotel in this small town. Room was spacious, the wifi worked well. The shower was a bit tricky, you only get hot water if you don't open the valve quite a bit. We had a comfortable stay here.

The hostel is located in the town center and cheap. The place is warm and so are the rooms. Minimum confort ; but the non private showers had hot water, and that is all we wanted, for that very short stay (left at 5am the next morning).

Stayed here for one night after our daytrip of the salt flats. Didn't have an ensuite in our room and the shared shower is very questionable, with exposed wires and a shower head spewing everywhere but down. Also, out of the 2 showers we had, 1 was hot and the other freezing cold. The staff are very friendly though, and let us check in to our room already at 8 in the morning after arriving with the overnight bus. Location is also good and the room was clean and big.

We stayed here for one night in a double room, before our trek to the Salt Flats. It was... great for one night. The staff were super friendly - they answered all of our questions (with the help of Google Translate) and they were polite during breakfast. It seemed like a tight-knit family run business. The breakfast was as expected in small towns across parts of South America - it consisted of bread, jam, cheese, ham, eggs and lots of tea and coffee. The WiFi was average but greater in the communal area. The bed was comfortable and cleaned daily. The showers were cold but not unbearable.

Terrible experience. Reserved the room through Expedia but when I got there early in the morning, hotel was closed and it seemed abandoned. Some of the windows were boarded up or covered with newspapers. It looked like a crack house in the middle of a ghost town...

We stayed here for one night after our Salar de Uyuni tour. This was our most expensive stay in Bolivia. There was no hot water in the shower, we booked a private room since it had a balcony and we were told that it could be open by the receptionist. When we got to the room it turned out that the balcony was duck-taped and that it couldn't be open. We wasted two hours (it got dark outside in the process) waiting for the owner to open the balcony with a knife. She finally gave up and told us that the balcony couldn't be open and that we can go to find another hotel - after we waited for several hours for her to open the balcony and it was already dark outside!!! In the end she moved us to another room that had a window - at the same price. This hotel is too expensive, the rooms look nice but its just cosmetics, it lacks functionality. The staff and the owner could be nicer.

We booked this hotel through and the pictures did not reflect what we got. The hotel is pretty grubby. The shared toilet and showers hardly get cleaned. I had to go and request toilet roll. The staff we nice and pretty accomodating. The breakfast was basic. I don't think I would go back.

In the apparently uninspired and overpriced hotel landscape of uyuni, le ciel Hotel fits right in. The rooms are a bit nicer then the sketchy entry that leads to the first floor reception might appear. Some rooms have ok wifi. Make the decision about private bathroom depend on your preference for toilets that have direct communication to the lounge area without encapsulation. A very mediocre hotel experience with an underwhelming breakfast.

Calle Sucre esq. Avenida Potosi Uyuni

Hotel highlights

  • Free full breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Le Ciel d Uyuni places you next to Clock Tower and Archaeology and Anthropology Museum of the Southern Andes. This 8-room hostal welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and a 24-hour front desk.


Free full breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 8 AM to 9:30 AM.


Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 24-inch a flat-screen TV with cable channels.

Property features

Le Ciel d Uyuni features free WiFi in public areas and a TV in a common area. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the accommodations.

Room options

Double Room, Private Bathroom

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room, Private Bathroom

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Single Room, Private Bathroom

Full 1 | Sleeps 1

Twin Room, Private Bathroom

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

35.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 118 reviews

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.