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Tumbleweeds would not be out of place blowing down the streets of Uyuni. And I quite liked this, in truth. Unearthly like a Sergio Leone set. La Petite Porte is an unlikely place to find in such a town. The thing I loved about it...More
With an atrium-like courtyard, the property is fully enclosed which keeps out the dust and coldness that Uyuni experiences.
The rooms are very thoughtfully designed for privacy and comfort. Everything from the linen to the soaps were top quality.
Numerous choices for breakfast and cooked...More
Like all the others have said, La Petite Porte is an oasis in the wild west that is Uyuni. We hadn't intended to stay in Uyuni but Amaszonas kept changing our flight times, and not telling us!!!!, so we decided to fly from La Paz...More
If you haven't lived in the third world then landing in Uyuni at the airport and driving through the litter and sand on the wide streets could cause culture shock. Seems like the national flag of the third world is the discarded plastic bag. Anyway...More
Uyuni is a strange place & no denying it! However staying at La Petite Porte was civilisation in amongst the weirdness. Good rooms,good breakfast,nice owner. Only downside is no wifi & as it's not a cheap place to stay would've really helped.More
Response from malaussene71, Propietario at La Petite PorteResponded 4 September 2012
Thank you very much for the comment.
About the WIFI: Unfortunatly it is impossible for the moment to have it because there is no more space on the band of the provider! And there is no other provider in Uyuni. I am on the waiting...More