There aren’t many Tiwanaku hotels but here are two good options. If you don’t plan on staying in Tiwanaku, most hotels in La Paz offer tours to the ruins. Most tours are just day trips that leave at about 8 am and return around 4 pm. See our Tourist Info page on how to get there and what to take. Be sure to watch the video documentaries on Tiahuanaco before you go. Visit our Tiwanaku Travel Forum to post questions or share your Tiahuanaco travel stories and photos with others. Use the links above and below to learn more about Tiahuanaco civilization.
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Named after the pyramid at the Tiwanaku ruins, this is the first hotel to be built in Tiahuanaco and it’s big! It has single, double, and executive suites, some with fireplaces and balconies. It also has a restaurant, library, game room, convention center, and smaller meeting room, plus a scenic overlook. It takes credit cards, has internet and phone service, laundry service, and cable TV. The hotel offers tours, and buffet breakfast is included.
Av. Manco Kapac N° 20 esq. Calle del Alambrado
Zona Ruinas Mayasa
Teléfono (591-2) 246-2215 or 221-33061 or 289-5104
Celular: (591-7) 354-5206