This quirky hotel is located one kilometre from the edges of the famous Uyuni Salt Lake. Constructed entirely from salt and other locally sourced materials this unique and unfussy accommodation brings home comforts to one of the most remote corners of the earth.

Each room comes with free Wi-Fi, private bathrooms and safety deposit boxes whilst the upgraded suites add roomy sitting areas with spectacular, uninterrupted views of the Salar.

Palacio de Sal offers a complimentary breakfast and the simple restaurant delivers hearty, locally inspired cuisine with otherworldly views of the altiplano landscapes. For the chillier evenings, when the powerful sunshine of the high plains dips down beyond the horizon, guests can take advantage of the hotel’s comfortable bar and games room with a rustic fireplace to snuggle up with a glass of wine and feel blissfully alone in this striking Andean wilderness.


Kachi Lodge, Uyuni, Boivia

Kachi Lodge

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Deluxe Airstream Campers, Uyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia

Deluxe Airstream Campervans

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Hotel Luna Salada, Uyuni, Bolivia

Luna Salada

Superbly isolated in the wilderness of Uyuni, the Luna Salada is set in a picturesque spot overlooking the famous Salt Lake and is constructed entirely using salt from the region.

Tayka del Desierto Lodge, Altiplano, Bolivia

Tayka del Desierto

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Tayka de Piedra Lodge, Altiplano, Bolivia

Tayka de Piedra

This exceptionally remote hotel is situated in a privileged location to the south of the Uyuni Salt Flats, in the wilds of the Bolivian altiplano, just 170km from the town of Calama across the Chilean border.