Hospedaje Lucerna | Hotel

Colombia

WARNING: THIS PLACE IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED!

WARNING: THIS PLACE HAS BEEN FLAGGED FOR DELETION!

Details

Verified:
6 months ago
Altitude:
1551.9 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
jennifer.sparks

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Parking:
Yes
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

There does not appear to be a lot of camping options in the area, but we found out about this place from fellow traveler Gringo Rick. When we arrived there were coffee beans drying on tarps on the lawn and driveway (leaving nowhere for anyone to park) so we went exploring for other possibilities. Ultimately we decided to inquire back here and we're glad we did. In addition to parking off the road, we got access to hot showers (and they were nice and hot) and flushing toilets. Charged us 10k for 2 adults (our son was no charge) to camp.

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This place has changed owners and is no longer a hospedaje. Mi Casita across the road is an option…

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Same as everybody says. Nice hot shower. Please, please, please try to take your garbage out with you, they just throw it over the fence into the river.

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Great spot to camp for 1 - 2 campers in Tierradentro (one would be blocked in). We were charged 5K/person/night. The elderly couple who runs this place seems to be accustomed to campers now, and we had no problems with communication or access to the buildings. The husband brought us hot tea in the morning before we hit the road. Their is a very friendly, playful dog on the property.

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Next to the museum. Hostel is run by an elderly couple, we just spoke to the lady and didn't meet her husband. She seemed to be very confused, communication was very difficult. When we wanted to leave and pay, she didn't even know if we slept in our camper or had a room. We had to pay 20.000 COP/night - probably price for a room, but a discussion was not possible. We didn't use the showers because the house was still locked at 7.30 am and we wanted to enter the museum at 8 am. We don't know if he is in a better condition. All in all no recommendation to come here, there are enough alternatives like El Refugio or maybe Mi Casa! Coming from the east the last 21 km are unpaved.

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Very sweet elderly couple. They gave us a bag of oranges and bananas when we left. Right next to museum and park entrance. Best to have high clearance vehicle to get from road to their lawn. Room for 2 cars or one big rig. 5000 pesos pp.

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There does not appear to be a lot of camping options in the area, but we found out about this place from fellow traveler Gringo Rick. When we arrived there were coffee beans drying on tarps on the lawn and driveway (leaving nowhere for anyone to park) so we went exploring for other possibilities. Ultimately we decided to inquire back here and we're glad we did. In addition to parking off the road, we got access to hot showers (and they were nice and hot) and flushing toilets. Charged us 10k for 2 adults (our son was no charge) to camp. The elderly couple who own this place are very nice. They brought us cups of coffee (tinto) on the first morning and gave us some bananas to take with us on our walk to see the tombs. On the second morning they brought us a whole bag of oranges (being a little overwhelmed by their generosity we accepted only 6 of them). Hope that other travelers will give them business too.

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