There's far more to El Pueblito than it's literal translation "little town" amounts to. Here visitors will not only enjoy an exquisite boutique hotel built in a village setting, but an authentic colonial charm visible in the copious amount of artisanal details. Perched high on a hill with a vineyard in it's backyard, the resort also boasts unbeatable panoramic views of Samaipata and a quiet stillness making for peaceful relaxation.
You'll find each of the themed rooms and rustic casitas (individually and aptly named after village shops such as The Florist, The Bakery, The Blacksmith, etc.) have been touched by an artist's brush, covering everything from the wash bin sinks to candlestick holders with delicate details of floral prints and grape vines.
For the perfect evening stroll through the hotel's main square and past the chapel for a local dinner of majadito at the "city hall." Take what's left of your bottle of wine over to the hillside for some serious stargazing at 1,750 meters above sea level. It's a one-of-a-kind Bolivian experience that doesn't disappoint.