Let me start by saying, there's no need in the entire world to ever stay in Uyuni. UNLESS you're coming/going on a salt flat tour. Because most tours end late in the afternoon, and most buses leaving Uyuni leave in the morning (strategic, right?), you might have to spend the night in Uyuni. After 3 days coming from San Pedro to Uyuni on a tour, we went immediately to Tonito Hotel and didn't leave until we headed to Potosi the next day. The rooms are comfortable. The beds perfect. The water hot. The hotel safe. And the food. AH! After eating unidentifiable food for 3 days in the dessert, the pizza at Minutemen Pizza was well received. And the breakfast buffet was also amazing. You roll your eyes now, but just you wait when you've been in Bolivia for a while and haven't had quality food. When you too encounter bagels and english muffins, then you'll understand. ;) A great book exchange and decent speed WIFI. There's a tour agency next door that will help you with bus tickets (will recommend the "safe" companies and tours. If you have to stay in Uyuni, I recommend Tonito.
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- Listed in the Lonely Planet Bolivia Great breakfast buffet. Minuteman restaurant inside hotel. ... more less
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