Looking for a place to stay in Sucre? Then look no further than Hostal Santa Teresa de Jesus, a romantic small hotel that brings the best of Sucre to your doorstep.
You can take advantage of some of the amenities offered by Hostal Santa Teresa de Jesus, including room service. In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit.
While staying at Hostal Santa Teresa de Jesus, visitors can check out Santa Clara Convent (0.1 mi) and Metropolitan Cathedral of Sucre (0.4 mi), some of Sucre's top attractions.
Travelers looking to enjoy some ribs can head to Cafe Restaurant Florin, Abis Cafe, or Nouvelle Cuisine. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Asian restaurant such as Kaiseki Sushi Restaurant, Cafe Bar Restaurant Amsterdam, or Chifa & Thai.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Museum of Indigenous Art ASUR (0.3 mi), House of Liberty Museum - Casa de la Libertad (0.4 mi), or Church of San Felipe Neri (Oratorio de San Felipe de Neri) (0.4 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hostal Santa Teresa de Jesus as you experience everything Sucre has to offer.
Everything was good room, private bathroom breakfast was good too. But the best was the location it’s close enough to Plaza 25 de Mayo but away from the traffic and the noise of the city so you can have a calm night and waking up with the bells of the church in front of the Hosta. Nice
My family stayed here as part of a group for 4 nights. They have a great lobby, good wifi, breakfast, and a great location for walking to various attractions, meals, etc. I would recommend this to any group photos coming through here I want to good deal on the room
This is quite a big place, maybe 40 rooms? The room was spacious and warm with lots of hot water for the shower. We were the only guests as far as we could see/hear. The breakfast buffet had 2 cups, 2 bowls, 2 plates and 2 small containers of yogurt set out for us. There were a couple of very black bananas and several very squishy apples. Milk for the coffee was heated and kept in a thermos. There was cold cereal, no cold milk so I suppose one would use the heated milk which is a bit unusual. It was a little spooky. There are two courtyards but the place does not have much character but it was a good room for 220 bob/night. There was some noise from the street although our room was not on the street. Also, it seems to back onto the neighboring building so we could hear the family with their small children. The manager and cook were kind.…
My experience could be a little biased, because I was expecting a Hotel, but this place is a Hostal. Good things: 1) maybe the location. Things to improve: 1) clean the rooms (specially carpets); 2) modest client support; 3) maybe a small place to put some water and cookies in the rooms.
I spent four nights here, the owner Gabriela Ortega speaks excellent English and very helpful. My bedroom was spotlessly clean. The hotel is situated on on a hilly road but I noticed that local buses and taxis pass the hotel. The breakfast is typically similar to food found in many hotels in both Argentina, Chile and Bolivia. It consists of tea/coffee, toast, fruit juice yogurt jams etc and plentiful The city itself has many interesting Colonial buildings and was once the capital of Bolivia. It is also close (further up the hill) to a magnificent museum, The Textile, Enthographic Museum with the most amazing textiles produced by various ethnic groups.