It is a lovely courtyard hostel and it has a great book exchange. The room we stayed in was a bit strange. It had no storage facility (so when you unpacked, the room looked like a bomb site).
Welcome to Wasi Masi - the 'House of Friends'I'm Roxana, and together with my young son Antonio and our friendly dog Balu we run a quiet, friendly guest house, which offers a relaxing atmosphere for your stay in the centre of Sucre, three blocks from the main square 'Plaza 25 de Mayo'.Wasi Masi is all about coziness, enjoy your time * on our sunny rooftop terrace * read a book from our book exchange * watch a movie in our TV Lounge or light on the old-fashioned stove in our courtyard and talk about your travel experience with other travellers.Whether you need a single, twin, double or triple room with shared or private bathroom - we can accomodate you. We also have a ten bed dormitory with big beds and each of them has its own locker and lamp. Our rooms are clean, comfortable and spacious.NEW: Enjoy with your family or friends the latest Apartment at Wasi Masi: Rustic mediterranean atmosphere full of light, expanded deck (Loft), own balconies. Cable TV, fully equipped kitchen are shared. (Maximum 4 people)We offer following services for free: * Hot, gas powered showers 24/7 * Breakfast * WiFi * Towels, Toilet paper * 24h Check in * Guest kitchen * Kabel TV and DVD collection * Special prices for long stays * SheetsIf there's anything else you need, just ask. We'll do your laundry at reasonable rates, offer tourist information and we can recommend a good Spanish school or teacher.We have also a small restaurant which is open from 8 am to 2 pm. At lunchtime we serve a traditional, tasty Bolivian meal.We look forward to welcoming you at Wasi Masi and our World Heritage city.Roxana and family
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It is a lovely courtyard hostel and it has a great book exchange. The room we stayed in was a bit strange. It had no storage facility (so when you unpacked, the room looked like a bomb site). The bathroom was a bit damp smelling and the bed was on the floor (but my girlfriend and I both had an uninterrupted solid night's sleep all three nights we stayed).
The shower was amazing - powerful and hot. They also clean your room every day.
The breakfast was poor. The best thing was the coffee, which was so-so. Bread, butter and jam is not what I call breakfast, but it is actually a very common breakfast for budget accommodation in South America, so we were not really that surprised.
Another issue we had was that the noise curfew of 10pm was not observed by the younger guests or enforced by the staff (in fact some foreign staff participated in the revelry outside our room until the early hours).
Basically, it is an OK place, better than a lot of hostels, but not outstanding. It is pretty cheap, so all in all you get a little bit more than you pay for.
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The hostel was a short distance from the city centre making for a peaceful stay. The courtyard was a good pace to meet people and relax.
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