The Beehive is one of a growing number of social projects helping to bootstrap development in Sucre. The Beehive currently consists of a hostel, community center and cafe.
Beehive was established to empower local women by offering them training programs culminating in part-ownership of the Beehive business. Beehive also seeks to involve travelers in the process, and all profits go towards social projects.
The beehive hostel consists of four rooms:
Breakfast is included, with a choice of oatmeal, fruits and yoghurt, or veggie frittata during the week, pancakes on Saturdays and French toast with fruit on Sundays. On Sundays the Beehive also hold a communal brunch or dinner.
A number of services are available at extra cost, including private lockers (3Bs), towel rental (3Bs), laundry (20Bs per wash), DVD rental (2 Bs), pilates/stretch class (10Bs).
Beehive is not a party hostel. It has a curfew of midnight on weekdays and 3am on weekends.
Beehive is located at Calle Capitan Echeverria #31, Sucre.
Update: The Beehive project has moved to Calle Avaroa 607, between Calle Azurduy and La Paz.
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