Private Room
3.1Overall Score

After our jeep crossing from Chile to Bolivia, Mark and I chose to rest for one night in Residencial la Cabaña in Uyuni. To sum it up, it was alright for just one night.

Private Room:

Our private room was pretty small with just enough room for a double bed and a small walkway on the side of it.

The room felt pretty cold throughout the day with at night a little warmer underneath the covers. The room also came with a TV, but we never used it.

Residencial la Cabaña in Uyuni


Breakfast came with our reservation of eggs and bread. The egg portion was small so Mark paid extra to get more eggs. The WiFi worked well most of the time in our room and lobby. Check-out was at 10:30 a.m., which is earlier than most places we’ve been to, so we asked if we could extend our checkout by two hours. They said we could if we paid an extra 30 Boliviano, which we were fine with doing so.

Residencial la Cabaña in Uyuni

Pricing & Location:

We paid $22 for one night, (not counting the extra fee for late checkout), which was one of the cheapest options in Uyuni. The hotel is in the downtown area just a block from an ATM and two blocks from some eateries. It was easy to walk to the bus station from here, only 5 blocks away.

Next hostel on our travels: LANDSCAPE BOLIVIA B&B IN LA PAZ.

About The Author

Britnee traveled around the world with her husband on a shoestring budget for a year. A few of her favorite destinations include Scotland's Isle of Skye, Chile's Torres del Paine, Bolivia's Salt Flats and Nepal's Annapurna Circuit.