x The average starting price for a place to stay in La Paz is £24 per night.
Monica Duclos Well located at an adequate rate. The services promised were accomplished. Confortable rooms with a very simple style and perfectly clean. I really recommend it!
gulliver88 the room was nice..the electric shower looked scary though. the staff--helpful and very friendly. breakfast was ok too.
bjblackloc Hostal Provenzal was excellent value, close to attractions and good bars/restuarants. Customer service was topnotch and we were able to arrange airport transfer and bus tickets at the front desk. Internet is available in the lobby. Carla, owner/operator, speaks English well and was available each day for us Spanish-challenged guests.
miss_impos Hotel Las Brisas is a chic looking boutique-like hotel, in a bustling part of La Paz. Rooms are clean and comfortable, however extremely small to move about. Internet is provided to all guests free, and breakfast is reasonably good (by South American standards) and open until 10am. The hotel is situated very close to the Witches market and Mercado Negro (black market); which is fantastic for during the day sightseeing, but a very dodgy and unsafe area after dark.
Av. Montes 503Very Good 79%
Alto de la alianza 693Very Good 77%
brett.leig Easy to find and extremely quiet. Amazing in such a big city. Woman at front desk has a complicated way of explaining things to non Spanish-speakers. The young man is on the ball. Very good bed and whole house clean as anyone could wish.
Av. Montes 641 Two blocks of bus terminalGood 74%
CamWells83 To be honest, I was disgusted with the bathrooms. Only one shower worked and it at least had hot water, but the workers treated the bathroom as their own, leaving their so called cleaned underwear dangling amongst anything possible to hang them from. Toilets weren't flushed meaning visual poo remnants left for all to see, as well as urination on the toilet seats. There was no kitchen for guests, although we arrived at 10.00am they did let us eat breakfast in the common area until other guests checked out which is 1.00pm. While eating breakfast, several male staff members made our female friend feel very uncomfortable from constant gawking, and when she requested them to stop staring, they played the, we don't understand English trick. To top it off, the light globe in the room was faulty and the blinds were broken. I wouldn't recommend anyone I know to stay there unless they were 18 and didn't mind treating the place like a general publican and breathing in second hand smoke from all the smoking indoors.
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