The lodge is not to be confused with a hotel; it's simple accommodation (newly built about four months ago) of four bedrooms with attached bathroom and a shared dining room, located on one of the Uros floating islands and shared with the family. The room was clean, the bed was warm (important, given that the temperature can go very low in the night and that there is no heating... thanks also for the hot water bottles!) and the bathroom was surprisingly well equipped with solar-heated water (very low pressure, but hot nonetheless). The family was very friendly and I enjoyed talking with them at length about the traditional life (although most Uros inhabitants now live from tourism, the life remains dominated by the old topics of reeds and water). Spanish helps. We took dinner on the island for an additional charge and the food was plenty. We also made a couple of boat trips to visit the rest of the islands and cut reeds. All in all a great experience, provided that you are not expecting hotel comfort, wifi or nightlife. Bear in mind that the costs can add up (meals, tours, souvenirs), that only cash is accepted as payment and that the nearest ATM is a boat-ride and taxi ride away in Puno. Go and experience a lifestyle out of the ordinary.