Great staff. Cook made us a delicious dinner ! 😋. Great place to visit Tywanaku was expectacular a place and the museum as well !! It is cold in the winter so go in the spring or summer .
Familienurlaub (1 Nacht), 23. Juni. 2019
We have been the place 2 years ago. It was packed. This trip, it seems we had arrived in off season. The gigantic hotel only host a few international travelers, which is not a bad idea. The Hotel is just right next to the Tiwanaku site: walk out the door in 1 min, you are at the ticket booth. We were planing to take 2 days to enjoy the sites ( 2 museums and 2 sites), however, the expensive ticket seems valid for only the same day. We talked with the guard and mentioned we stayed at Hotel Akapana, it actually worked out. This is Hotel designed for hardcore Tiwanaku fever enthusiasts! Enjoy the breakfast which having the Sun Gate and Moon Gate in your sight. If Owner Rosario is at Hotel, she was in New Jersey 20 plus years, it will be easier to communicate in English. Kitchen can provide lunch and dinner, but we have to mention it before hand, they will need to prepare the materials fresh. If you go, don't forget to grab a local beer or wine from their inventory. $10 a bottle of wine...not bad! Don't forget to explore their big court yard, there is a friendly dog who is very happy to meet new friends. If you ran out of Bolivianos, Wilie in the hotel can help you. Veronica and Ms. in the kitchen, will try to make a pancake for you in the morning, if you mention it to them. If you like star gazing, it is fairly quiet during the night!
Jack&Viktoriya, Familienurlaub (2 Nächte), 7. Mai. 2019
This hotel places you one block from the entrance to the archeological site of Tiwanaku. Willy, who is managing Hotel Akapana, is knowledgeable about the history and significance of the site, but further, is a really nice guy who does whatever he can to help you with your stay. Very nice meals are available at the hotel as well. I recommend.
Mark, Reise (2 Nächte), 7. Mai. 2019
It's the only decent hotel on site. Staff is very friendly and the dinning room very pleasing.
Reise (1 Nacht), 17. Apr.. 2019
It was close to Tiwanaku and the museum. It also looked nice on the outside. The roof leaked in the lobby. I took a shower and got shocked by electricity when I tried touching the water valves. I had to get out of the shower, dry myself off, put my rubber flip flops just to be able to turn the water off. It was the only shower I took, it is 220 volts here and it kind of hurt. I did tell the manager.
Reise (1 Nacht), 16. Apr.. 2019
Is a bit run down. Maintenance is clearly not a priority and the design was such that problem were to be expected. Water in the shower doesn't drain. Hotel is a bit noisy. Staff is OK, but a smile here and there would be nice. Internet OK. No secure parking, but it's on the corner of 2 quiet streets. The Tiwanuka ruins are about 200 m, walking from the hotel.
Romantikurlaub (1 Nacht), 21. Nov.. 2018
No heat in the room, no hot water in shower.
Excellent staff, always willing to help and provide valuable information
Frank, Reise (2 Nächte), 25. Sep.. 2018
No hubo nadie al hotel
We showed up at 4pm and the hotel was completely closed. After ten minutes of knocking and calling, a painter came down and gave me a phone number to call. It was disconnected. We left.
We are not being charged for this, right?
Robert E, Familienurlaub (1 Nacht), 2. Jan.. 2021
Wonderful views of the ruins and very helpful courteous staff/owners! Its the best place to stay i the town!
Reise (1 Nacht), 3. Feb.. 2020
Mediocre y mucho frio, sin calefacción, desayuno pobre
Manuel, Reise (2 Nächte), 20. Juni. 2019