Ok, so it's located some way out of Potosi down an unmarked, somewhat rutted dirt road but these are all to its advantage. Away from the bustle of the city in a setting of rural quiet and calm, the Museo Cayara is a true gem. While we did have the place virtually to ourselves during our stay, service was always exceptional, the food was excellent and our room was quiet and comfortable. The property is the former home of the present owner and a portrait of her grandfather, former owner of a local silver mine, hangs over the fireplace in the sitting room. We were there in winter and certainly appreciated that the fire was kept burning throughout the day and evening. When bad weather meant that our driver couldn't reach the hotel to pick us up in the morning, the owner rapidly directed one of the employees to pack us into a four wheel drive vehicle and get us back into the city - a move typical of the service and hospitality that we experienced throughout our stay. The museum section of the house is exceptional and well worth a visit in its own right.…
Si buscas un lugar para alejarte del ruido, contaminación y caos de la ciudad, este es el lugar perfecto! La habitaciones son muy cómodas, tienen calentadores eléctricos y mantas eléctricas (no se pasa frío), el museo es completo, tiene libros que no te imaginas que pueden estar ahí, el salón de armas es impresionante y si viajas con niños, un paseo a la lechería les encantará. El desayuno es riquísimo!
As a historic hacienda, Hotel Museo Cayara radiates grace and style in a lovely valley of temperate climate and rolling hills, far warmer than the city of Potosi itself. We could not have been more pleased with the choice of location for a very special trip. Our 3-day stay was totally relaxing, extremely romantic and a fascinating journey into Bolivia’s colonial history. The owners are among my favorite hosts, and I have traveled throughout many parts of the Americas, the US and Europe. Cayara is not to be missed if one is traveling in Bolivia. It is among my top 2 favorite spots in the country.
We recently stayed at Hotel Museo Cayara and what a gem it was! The hotel is a beautiful ranch house of Finca on a farm in a valley that was established hundreds of years ago. The hotel and its three courtyard are full of priceless antiques from days past. The owner Sussan and her uncle took wonderful care of us and took on a tour of Potosi and the Mint museum which is spectacular Potosi. Because of the huge silver mine was, at one point the richest place on the planet. The infrastructure built at the turn of the last century is fascinating. We picked artichokes from the gardens and ate cheese from their dairy. This place is a wonderful historical experience we wholeheartedly recommend!
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