El Apolillo is an old adobe house, with rooms with private bathrooms and spaces in common. The kitchen is equipped for those who choose to cook. Its rooms are rustic and in winter solar energy is used for heating (Muro Trombe). The common room is illuminated and decorated with antique and regional elements, it also has a salamander. In the patio there is grill and clay oven. In this lodging we try to be the most friendly with the environment.
“The hostel is the best accommodation we could have chosen in La Quiaca. Maria is a very charismatic person and helped us with everything we needed. The place is cozy and impeccably clean, which makes us feel at home. The location is close to everything, including the bus terminal and the border with Villazón. We recommend it to everyone for sure! Thanks for everything, Maria :)”
The house is quiet ideal to rest and perform activities with confidence to feel at home. Thanks to the Internet you can plan your next stay, virtual games, news, etc. The population borders the Quiaca, the distances are short. There is access to radio taxis and buses at the door and we have a German shepherd dog for security. The doorbell of the department is number 2. Welcome to the door of Bolivia Villazón. We will wait for you.
Apartment located in the center of La Quiaca, pedestrian
“There was a last minute problem with the apartment we rented, so Sandra was kind enough to switch our accommodations to another property she manages - the Crystal Hotel. We were greeted warmly by the staff, allowed to check in early, and treated like royalty. Our room was spotless, and the bed was warm and comfortable. When we needed help changing a rental car reservation, a staff member happily took care of it for us, saving us the embarrassment of speaking terrible Spanish over the phone. Breakfast in the morning was quite delightful - a freshly-made latte and some lovely pastries, served with butter, jam, dulce de leche, and cream cheese. We would highly recommend Sandra's properties to anyone passing through La Quiaca.”