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Hotel Los Parrales
In a relaxed setting 3.5km from the center, Tarija’s only five-star option offers you a complimentary cocktail when you arrive and has a spa, a giant Jacuzzi and a lovely open-air dining area overlooking the countryside...
Hotel Rosario La Paz
The professional, English-speaking staff at La Paz’ best three-star hotel pamper you with five-star treatment. The ultraclean rooms in the well-maintained colonial residence all have solar-powered hot showers, cable TV and heaters...
The best and most reliable hotel in town, the busy Mitru has been run by the same family for generations and is a relaxing choice built around a swimming pool that’s just the ticket after a dusty day out on horseback...
If you fancy hanging out with oil barons check out the friendly JR, possibly named after the Dallas soap character. All rooms have telephones, heating and cable TV, and there’s a bright sitting area with fine views.
While the lobby promises shiny things, the spacious rooms are stark and have a slightly unpleasant smell, though they do seem clean. It lacks a bit of personality, but seems a reliable bet...
Hotel Rosario Lago Titicaca
One of the smartest places in town, the hacienda-styled, three-star sister of Hotel Rosario in La Paz has charming modern rooms with solar-heated showers, double-glazed windows and lake views...
One of the city’s sleekest business hotels, the Europa’s rooms aren’t as nice as some of La Paz’s other business hotels, but you do get an excellent spa and pool area (open to the public for a daily-use fee) and solid business-class rooms and service.
Once you get past the unconsciously retro furnishings, this venerable grande dame gives a pleasant, if ’80s-style, room-with-a-view experience. Its small casino will chew up any of your remaining pennies.
Another HI affiliate, this pleasant, typically white hotel has a particularly beautiful double courtyard, complete with well and fountain...
Hotel La Torre
This sound, central choice run by a retired nurse and doctor offers clean rooms with good beds and clean bathrooms (with hot water after a 10-minute wait). Rooms at the front of the rambling house are much lighter but chillier, and have no curtains...
Set on the hill overlooking town, this clean reliable option has firm beds, a fun central terrace and sketchy electric showers. Try to get a room with a view. Free bag storage and a book exchange add to the mix.
Hotel Real Audiencia
This welcoming place in an appealing part of Sucre has a mixture of old and new. It’s attractively set out, with a pool area and Mediterranean-style balustrades...
The rooms in this clean and well-run place are chock-a-block with Andean murals, Inca-themed paraphernalia and, for a touch of the 21st century, cable TV. It’s central and good value for this price range.
Los Tajibos Hotel
Santa Cruz de la Sierra
The facilities at Los Tajibos are top-class with rooms set in lush tropical gardens. Enjoy the nightclub, racquetball courts and pool then relax with a massage in the health club.
Central but tucked away, this spacious place is accessed via an arcade and offers good rooms with minibar and piped music. Many of the rooms are suite-like, with a separate lounge area...
Tiquina Palace Hotel
Surprisingly quiet in the heart of La Paz's traditional action. Get past the pale-blue, cold corridors and you reach dated, but perfectly passable carpeted rooms, with cable TV, telephone and a buffet breakfast...
The knight in shining armor at the front desk (and no, we’re not talking about the receptionist, although he is friendly) and the mirrors are the brightest things in this otherwise slightly tarnished and smoky, yet wholly adequate, ’80s-style place...
Hotel Cima Argentum
This well-run place with a light-flooded patio is a handsome, slightly stuffy choice with decent facilities, including safes and minibars in every room and off-street parking...
Tune in and drop out! This ’70s pad truly is a paradise lost with red vinyl-studded walls, painted murals and funky wallpaper...
This place is a bit like a great aunt – friendly with a colorful personality but ever-so-slightly worse for wear. It’s a slightly overpriced colonial place, with a lovely, sunny courtyard and garden, and worn rooms...
Capital Plaza Hotel
This smart colonial property has always traditionally been regarded as the best address in Sucre. It's still a cut above but, these days, it's showing its age and is in need of sprucing up to improve the overall package...
Hotel Gloria La Paz
A bit like a large spacious and airy boarding house but with better views.