Service animals are allowed.
Values realeated to administratives fees are already included at the moment of purchase at the HURB website.Local fees, services fees and resort fees may not be included and should be paid directly to the hotel.
Based on 56 reviews
So many problems
where do i start?! I almost break my neck 5 times slipping on the floor because everywhere is so slippery. You have to buy bottled water, they do not provide even one bottle for the room. The cleaning ladies will come to clean the room and then leave the windows open allowing anyone to enter and I had thousands of dollars of equipment in my room, even after I asked them to not open the window they still did it. Most of the plugs do not work so we had to share one plug to charge our phones and laptops. The worst part I had a very early flight but they put a big party with lots of screaming young girls until late at night so I could not sleep. Not worth the price.
Nice Hotel in Cochabamba
The Camino Plaza is a nice hotel in a very pleasant part of Cochabamba. If you are used to conventional chain hotels, this will not meet your expectations. Each room is different and quirky. I was in the F section which provided some quiet from the street noise. I had no view but the room was pleasant enough. The food was good, the service was as well. The hotel has its dining areas separated into three parts... a restaurant, a cafe, and a bar each of which has kind of odd but friendly service. The pool was really nice after a long day of work. I didn't try the sauna or steam room but the latter didn't seem to be working. We did loose water one morning which was a bummer but that can happen anywhere. I would recommend this hotel.
Beneath the Veneer
I've stayed in almost all of the hotels in Cochabamba and in recent years used Air BNB as a preference. On this occasion, I decided to try the Camino Plaza. First impressions of the foyer looked promising but beyond that it was a disappointing experience. Room was cramped, bathroom ridiculously small, my shower failed completely on two consecutive days, food at the hotel is very poor, expensive and badly prepared. My room 104, was noisy with lots of light intrusion from the passageway. I booked a taxi for my return to the airport in advance, come the day of departure, I found that the taxi was not available and had to wait 30 minutes for another to be ordered. For $100 a night, this hotel is overpriced, fixtures and fittings are old and deteriorating, there are better options available in the city, particularly Air BNB.
The Camino Plaza was fantastic. The staff was wonderful, the room was perfect, and the overall atmosphere of the place is just so luxurious. The reason I gave 4 stars was merely based on my experience. During mine and my girlfriends stay the power went out from 7 to 11. Because of this, the shower was cold, the breakfast buffet was dark and cold, and we didnt have power in the room. Also, there was a sort of marching band practicing directly outside of our window for about an hour. OTHER THAN THAT, fantastic.
Nice looking, but impractical room
First the positive: The staff was very friendly and some were fluent in English. However, the room we had in the A block was very modern and attractive when one enters, but we concluded it was designed by someone who had never stayed in a hotel. Half the room did not have lighting, and this was where the desk was and one would normally place one's suitcases. The hotel staff rigged up a lamp to try to help, but it was really inadequate. Likewise there were no reading lights over the bed. That's OK if you are reading from your tablet, but not if you want to read an old fashioned paper book. There was only one soft chair in the room, so my wife and I had to compete for it. In short, this hotel could do better.