Sitting on the edge of the world's largest salt flats, at 3656m above sea level, the unique Luna Salada hotel has been constructed entirely of salt blocks. Deluxe rooms feature polished wood floors, locally woven fabrics and colourful artwork. They come with sweeping views of the mountains or salt lake, though some of the standard rooms have more limited views. The public areas of the hotel, including the cosy lounge, even feature crunchy salt crystals underfoot. Days can be spent enjoying a private guided tour of the spectacular Salar de Uyuni or hopping on a bike to explore the area at your own pace.
Unwind in Spa Luna, a rustically chic haven of tranquillity, that includes a steam room and hot tub; many of the treatments incorporate the rejuvenating local salt. Begin the morning with a delicious buffet breakfast in Restaurant Tunupa, which uses as many locally sourced ingredients as possible. The restaurant takes on a more romantic atmosphere at night, offering a menu of authentic Andean flavours. Head out after dinner for a dazzling star gazing tour of the southern hemisphere skies.
Lovers of the great outdoors
Those seeking serenity & isolation
THINGS TO DO AT THE HOTEL:
Wake to the hypnotic views of the Salar de Uyuni
Indulge in a salt stone massage or salt exfoliation treatment at the spa
Feast on delicious Andean cuisine crafted with fresh local ingredients at Restaurante Tunupa, or wood-fired pizza and cocktails at Muxsa Lounge
THINGS TO DO NEARBY:
Enjoy a tailored guided tour of the sweeping Uyuni salt flats and discover this unique place at a pace that suits you
Trek to towering heights during a hike of nearby Thunupa volcano
Admire ethereal skies during a stargazing session in this remote part of the world
Discover the region during an adrenaline-fuelled mountain biking ride
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