0.45km from Corea Town RestaurantMy room was a basic one with Spartan furnishings. 20 bucks a night is not a heap of money, and even in Bolivia it will buy you only so much. On the upside, the room went with a light but warm down blanket, a smashing view of the towering Ilimani mountain richly capped in snow, and a beautifully crafted vintage artisan lounge chair to soak this view in. Plus, a secure and fast Wi-Fi, which I found to be a great rarity in hotels these days . On the downside, there was a mattress with caved-in springs. Shower is in a fair-sized tub, the latter under the circumstances being pretty useless. More importantly, my room (H-2) was quite cold also during the day, as a multi-storeyed building an arm’s length away completely blocked out the sun. All in all, I’d say a fair deal, particularly if you ask for a sunnier room. Now, here follows the highly confusing financial part of the story. This B&B offers two main categories of rooms – some have their own ensuite WC and shower/bath, and others, shared facilities across the hall. If you care about this distinction, bring a FULL print-out of your booking IN SPANISH and PRESENT IT at check-in so that you are assigned the type of room you chose. I thought I booked a single room with ensuite WC but was told at check-in that it was not the case and in the end was installed in a room for three that resulted in a surcharge. I admit all this confusion could have been my own fault, mostly, since I was dead-tired after 24 hours on planes and did not listen carefully to the reason for and conditions of this unsolicited „upgrade“. Accepting it was, nevertheless, my own informed choice. When I later produced the print-out that I hoped would substantiate my earlier claims it didn’t leave any impression since a) it was in German and b) it turned out it didn’t actually specify whether the room referred to in it had facilities in- or outside. In a nutshell, I planned to pay USD 90,40 for four nights (tax included) and after a protracted negotiation ended up paying approximately USD 82,50 for three nights, instead of prorated USD 67,80. In hindsight, I accept it was essentially unworthy on my side bickering about pennies but all that confusion fuelled by oxygen deficit brought out the mean streak in me, for which I am sorry. But here is the cherry on the pudding: before I posted this review I got a message from Booking.com. It transpired that the B&B has reported me as a „no-show“. Beats me.