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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.
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.
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...
Tune in and drop out! This ’70s pad truly is a paradise lost with red vinyl-studded walls, painted murals and funky wallpaper...
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.
Alcalá Apart Hotel
Come here for an alternative to the standard hotel scene. These good-value, fully equipped and very roomy apartments overlook leafy Plaza España and are away from the cut and thrust of noisy downtown. You’re in walking distance of the Sopocachi cafes.
This cozy place is just-ever-so-slightly overpriced. Nevertheless, there’s friendly service, and the basic rooms with bowed beds and parquet floors, cable TV and hot water are certainly do-able. Some rooms on the higher levels have superlative views...
Hostal Maya Inn
This is a friendly, if basic, place. The most appealing rooms have windows (note: a few don’t), although rooms at the front can be a little noisy. Non-smokers may be bothered by the smokiness, and the electric showers can be rough for hot-water lovers.
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...
Casa Grande Hotel
This business hotel is in need of a serious rehab – especially the lumpy oatmeal pillows – but with living rooms and kitchens in all the rooms, long-stay visitors may still want to give it a try.
This clean and cozy place hidden behind a bright orange door deservedly receives rave reviews as a ‘tranquil oasis,’ despite its location on one of La Paz’s busiest roads. The friendly, English-speaking owners will do all they can do to help you...
Three blocks from the historic heart of the city (up a seriously steep hill), this hostel occupies a lovely historic building that was home to one of Bolivia’s first presidents...
The Adventure Brew Hostel
The name says it all. This popular abode offers designer-style rooms, funky communal spaces, pancake breakfasts (included in price), barbecues, as well as activities and fun on tap. Yes, there’s an authentic microbrewery on site...
This place offers pleasant light and breezy rooms in neat surroundings and with good storage. Rooms without cable TV are slightly cheaper.
This sprawling party-focused hostel has a bar and Jacuzzi (ooh-la-la), and plenty of travelers looking to hook up (both literally and figuratively). Welcomed touches include down comforters and thick mattresses...
You can’t get a better location – right at the bottom of Sagárnaga near the Plaza San Francisco. The rooms are also quite comfortable with vaulted ceilings, slightly bowed mattresses and no dirt within sight. It can be a bit noisy at night.
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 Las Brisas
This is a solid budget bet with a ‘Bolivia moderna’ style – think stark, but neat rooms (some with internal windows), funky murals and crispy sheets coupled with a few shabby bits and external glassy walls...
Stannum Boutique Hotel
Featuring a gourmet restaurant, a bar, and a fitness centre, Stannum Boutique Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and breakfast in La Paz. The city centre and financial area are 1 km away...
Ritz Apart Hotel
Set in a residential neighbourhood of La Paz, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi and easy access to Miraflores and Sur areas. Rooms are elegantly furnished and offer a seating area. All luxurious rooms of Ritz Apart Hotel include cable TV...
Suites Camino Real
Located a 15-minute drive from central La Paz, the modern Camino Real features a health club and an indoor swimming pool. Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout the hotel. All suites come with a private bathroom and a seating area...
Camino Real Aparthotel & Spa
Conveniently located near the financial and commercial district of La Paz, this hotel offers apartments with views over the city or mountains. It features a spa and free Wi-Fi...