This hotel made entirely from salt overlooks Salar de Uyuni and offers great cuisine.
Remarkably constructed entirely out of salt blocks from the Salar de Uyuni, Luna Salada is unique. Set on a plateau overlooking the world’s largest salt plain, this extraordinary hotel is simply the best place from which to enjoy the mesmerising splendour of this otherworldly landscape.
Enjoy traditional Bolivian hospitality and the incredible peace that can only be enjoyed in such a remote place. Traditionally styled with local textiles and furniture made out of salt, colourfully woven rugs cover the carpet of salt that crunches beneath your feet. Truly a one-of-a-kind experience not to be missed.
This award-winning hotel's restaurant offers spectacular views of the salt plains and there is also a bar, handicraft centre and a games room. A range of activities can be arranged locally including private tours to the Salar Flats and Lagoons, trekking, bird-watching and mountain-biking.
The charming rooms feature colourful fabrics, furniture made from blocks of salt and views of the salt flat or mountains. Standard Rooms are cosy while the Deluxe Rooms offer a little extra space.
In the town of Uyuni, bordering Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt flats.
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30 unique rooms
• Head out on an organised tour to Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia's incredible salt flats (you can also rent a bike to explore these yourself) • Head to Spa Luna for panoramic views over the salt flats and a great selection of 30-minute and 60-minute treatments including salt exfoliation and hot stone massage • Discover Uyuni's fascinating Train Cemetery, home to a series of 19th Century trains which were abandoned by British engineers and left to rust under the salty winds
*Denotes local charge