The place is really beautiful, it has a pretty garden and the cabins are good looking too, made of clay walls and straw roofs. They are very cold if you are staying in the rainy season. You can get heating in the rooms if you ask for it though, which works fine. The showers may or not be working, same with toilets (it happened to us that we had to use another toilet, because it didn't work and our last night the showers stop working too). BUT they are better toilets than anywhere else in Bolivia, that's for sure. They didn't have any recycling, nor a very eco-breakfast, the water I don't think was very eco either. So, they have much to do in that front. Also the wifi was not working too well, we think it might be because of the walls being so thick. Overall a nice place to relax, but don't except to get what you pay for.