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Our Spa and Fitness Center spans over 350sqm/3,770sqf and includes the following services and facilities:

  • Indoor swimming pool with saunas and hot tub
  • Massage rooms
  • Fully equipped fitness center
  • Dressing rooms
  • Outdoor garden

Our Spa is designed for revitalizing comfort. Pool area is only open to hotel guests and members. Treatments should be booked in advanced.

The Fitness Center is well-equipped with a variety of energizing cardio, strength, and stretching options, along with a locker room and supplies to keep you hydrated and entertained. Free 24-hour access for hotel guests.

Claure’s work revolves around cultural juxtapositions and investigating identities marked by territory. He studied Contemporary Photography at the International Centre of Photography and Cinematography EFTI (ESP).

Warawar Wawa in Aymara language meansSon of the Stars and is a re-contextualization
of Saint Exupéry’s book Le Petit Prince to the new contemporary Andean culture. Contrary to homogeneous ideas regarding collective identities, Warawar Wawa invites you to look  at the heterogeneous through the fantastic universe.

“While reading I wondered why I imagined the protagonist white and blond. I realized that it was a prejudice, so I imagined what a dark prince like me would be like, with greatgrandparents from an Andean community that migrated from Calacota to the city. That is where the idea of the Andean little prince came out, an idea that I developed two years later when I returned to Bolivia and obtained state funds to materialize it. "

Gonzalez studied art in Texas and received an advanced degree and the Ralph Bunche Fellowship from Rutgers University Mason Gross School of Art and traveled and studied in Europe.

His intuitive practice has been honed for over 25 years on three continents. Although Keiko’s primary medium is paint he is also at ease sculpting, drawing and producing multi-media installations. He frequently collaborates with other artists and has taught out of his studio for over 20 years.

He has represented Bolivia in biennials in La Paz, Venice, Sao Paulo and Cairo, taking several First Place and Grand Prize awards and he shows in Germany, Hungary, The Netherlands, Spain and extensively in North America including Panama City, Mexico City, Miami, Houston, Atlanta, New York and Memphis. Keiko’s work is exhibited regularly at Art Fairs and is in several major museum collections in North and South America.

Pereira Paz has extensively exhibited across Latin America, USA and Europe. Recently his works have been featured at 11th Berlin Biennale; Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin; The Ryder Projects and Gasworks, London; Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Riga; Kinderhook & Caracas, Berlin; National Museum of Art, La Paz; Second Grand Tropical Biennale, San Juan de Puerto Rico, a.o.

In 2021 he had a solo-show at Statements in Art Basel with Isla Flotante Gallery from Buenos Aires. This Fall and is shortlisted for the 6th edition of the Future Generation Art Prize.

Laime is Bolivia’s leading figure in contemporary painting and the recipient of the 2019 Salon Pedro Domingo Murillo, the most important visual arts award in the country.

His work is deeply rooted in Bolivian customs having been born at the shores of Lake Titicaca and raised in the city of El Alto.

“El Alto for me represents a contrast, a constant struggle between modernity and keeping alive the cultural identities that compose it; it is a hurried urban spot, the result of centuries of colonization and cultural syncretism; It is a city that has not yet defined a common horizon, which is still in the process of construction; it is like a great camp in passing, I feel that people are waiting for something to change and
transform their lives "

Spanning a 25 year career, Ewel has exhibited extensively in the Americas and Europe.

She did her BFA the UFMG, Brasil; and and MFA at the UNAM Mexico. She has represented Bolivia in the MERCOSUR Biennale, Brazil, the Cuenca Biennale, in Ecuador; and in the Estandartes Biennale, Mexico.

“Womanhood is the constant in my artistic work, be it through a figurative or symbolic representation. Currently I am interested in showing the intimate, personal and private side of quotidianity. The mediums I use are oil painting, drawings, collage and photography.”

Siñani studied Architecture at the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés in La Paz and Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts in New York.
He is the co-founder of 67 on the Lower East Side, New York. Solo exhibitions include El Museo del Barrio in New York, Museo Nacional de Arte in La Paz, Y Gallery, Open Source Gallery, Michael Mut Gallery.
He has been part of all the Bolivian Biennials, and frequently invited to collectives. "Sylvia Lipson Allen Memorial" award through the School of Visual Arts, 1 prize at XIX Bienal de Santa Cruz in 2014, and an Honorable Mention in the LXVII Salón Pedro Domingo Murillo in 2019.

Residences at Kiosko of Santa Cruz, ISCP (International Studies & Curatorial Programs) in Brooklyn, CRIPTA747 in Turin, and La Casa col Forno in Rorá.
His work has been published by Disonare Magazine, Bukow Press, Arte al Limite and A - Ediciones Arte contemporáneo.

From 1999 to date he has held several group shows and individual exhibitions in national and international spaces. The topics that he tackles in his work are; popular culture, everyday life and the body as a space of resistance.

Ballivián is an artist who travels through different mediums such as performance, video art, poetry, objects, drawing, painting and installation - to challenge and transgress the socially established norms in a country like Bolivia.

In 2017, he represented Bolivia at the Venice Biennale.

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