Welcome to Luna Salada Hotel & Spa, a hotel entirely made out of salt in Bolivia offering guests the essence of the Andes, on the edge of the world’s largest salt flats. We invite you to stay with us while visiting one of the most unique places on earth, where you will experience nature in a completely new way. Step out onto the white salt pans just meters from our hotel doors, to a vast expanse of white as far as the eye can see.
As featured in National Geographic, our hotel is entirely constructed from salt blocks, with sweeping panoramic views of Salar de Uyuni dotting the hotel. Witness the beauty of the surrounding area and get lost finding the pot where the sky meets the earth.
In addition to our restaurant and spa, our friendly staff will go above and beyond to curate and create your connection to the salt flats. We organize tours to Salar de Uyuni, which will include all the natural sites you want to see. We can also help put together an event to remember, with photos that will truly be a work of art.
Disconnect and bask in this remote spot: our rooms are designed with colorful Andean charm, art, and furniture. Enjoy delicious regional flavors at our on-site restaurant, Tanupa, where you’ll enjoy a free breakfast to start your day off right.
For undisturbed relaxation, indulge at our spa either in the steam room with a panoramic view, or by booking a massage.
In this secluded and tranquil location, you are invited to disconnect and relax so Wi-Fi as well as a TV are only available in the common area.
To make the most of your trip to the beautiful Andes, they have a handicraft store selling local goods. Pick up a memorable souvenir of local textiles or keepsakes made of salt.
Standard Double with Salt Lake View
Find relaxation in a spacious room that offers a breathtaking salt lake views and rustic decor. Built entirely by salt, this room offers comfort, tranquility, and peace that you simply cannot find anywhere else. Enjoy the warmth of finely-woven fabric accented with bright strokes and good down pillows for your ultimate comfort. This room includes a king or twin beds.
Standard Twin Room Without View
Choose a comfortable standard room for a relaxing stay by the Salt Lake in Uyuni. Made entirely from salt blocks, you'll enjoy unparalleled privacy and tranquility in this rustically decorated room. Rest comfortably in a king or twin beds with thermal sheets and good down pillows. Enjoy strokes of Bolivian culture with locally woven fabrics and bright accents in every room.
Deluxe Double with View to Salar
Wake up to inspiring views of the Salt Lake every morning of your stay. This deluxe room, featuring a queen or two twin beds, includes everything you need to enjoy your stay in a private, tranquil atmosphere. Enjoy rustic decor and locally made fabrics with colorful accents to brighten your stay.
Deluxe Double with Mountain View
A room with an inspiring mountain view and everything you need for rest and relaxation in Uyuni. Each room is equipped with a queen bed or two twins beds offering premium comfort matched with plush pillows. These soundproof rooms are designed to give ultimate privacy and tranquility in an inviting atmosphere.
Visiting the salt flats is the experience of a lifetime—make the most of your visit to this natural phenomenon by exploring the other attractions that were created by nature and by people because of the salt. Here are some of the Bolivian historical sites and attractions nearby:
Colorful Lagoons: The salt deposits across the region create strikingly beautiful, salt and mineral-rich lakes. Laguna Blanca is clear and white, and some of the best reflective properties of all the colorful lakes in the area. Laguna Verde is a bright green caused by the minerals in the water, it is at the base of the Licancabur volcano. Finally, Laguna Colorada is bright red, and flamingos frequently flock here.
Train Cemetery: Uyuni’s striking train graveyard is covered in rusted-out old trains, a testament to Uyuni’s long history as an important trading outpost at the intersection of roads that connect Bolivia to Chile and Argentina. In the 19th century, British engineers began construction of a new railway for mineral transportation. When the project was abandoned, the trains began to dramatically decay due to the salty winds.
Uyuni Market: On Thursdays, a fun thing to do in Uyuni is to head to Avenida Potosi, when it becomes an open-air market, selling a wide variety of goods and crafts. Don’t worry if you’re not here on Thursday, our hotel shop also carries many goods made of salt, as well as Andean crafts.