We managed to get two nights in the sun suite, it was gorgeous! We had a beautiful view over the lake which made it look far more stunning than it actually was. The little fire was such a nice touch so we could sit and watch the sun go down over the lake next to the fire. It was the most peaceful room we'd had in such a long time as well as really hot water whenever we needed it. The hammocks inside and out were a treat too. It was just such a lovely place to spend time and relax. It was also good to have a kitchette kitted out in natural wood with all of the utensils, oil, washing up liqued, kettle etc included. We even had hot water bottles incase we got cold! There was a gap ot two in the main door but we still felt toasty inside. It was well worth the but extra money! All of the rooms looked different and pretty special, I wished I could have stayed in all of them!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dear tourist, hostel "Las Olas" is placed on a hill side over looking lake Titicaca. From any of the seven suites you have a marvellous view over the bay and the lake. You have spacious gardens with hammocks and deck chairs on the different terraces leading down the hill side. On our grounds you can use a fire place and we have several stone tables and benches to eat outside to enjoy the views. For those who love plants and flowers, you will find an enormous variety of predominantly local species. All suites have been individually designed, using as many natural and local materials as possible and respecting traditional ways of construction. They provide a maximum comfort and you will find many artistic details for the eye. From your living room area, from your bed and almost from any point of your room you have a perfect view of the lake through the huge window fronts. Each suite is provided with a small kitchen unit, private bath an inside hammock and a fireplace. There is also a little electric heater for your use We do a big effort to work very ecological. The cabins are built with a complete heat insulation of polystyrene inside the roof, as well as in the walls below the facade. We preheat the water with big solar panels and than feed it into the electric boiler to guarantee very hot water 24 hours a day. We recycle all our washing machine water with an automatic sprinkler to wet our extensive gardens, and we also collect any plastic or glass bottle left behind to be recycled. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Las Olas Copacabana