AddressAvenida Montes N 693 La PazSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
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’ busiest roads. The friendly, English-speaking owners will do all they can do to help you. Kitchen facilities are available. Note, though, that there is a midnight curfew.
Our independent authors have visited Arthy's Guesthouse and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in La Paz.
Description provided by property
Arthy's House has been re-modelled to help satisfy the lodging needs of landscape and cultural seeking backpackers travelling through South America.
Our house is located in the center of La Paz; giving our guests ideal accessibility to public transport and to other areas which can be easily reached on foot.
We'll be very glad to help you before, during and after your stay with us—be it with information, general advice or any other matter. Please mote that we have a MIDNIGHT CURFEW.
We have 7 rooms (singles, twins and quads) furnished with carpets and bed linen. The clean toilets and showers are shared (no ensuite). We also have a lounge and a sunny inner patio which are perfect to relax after a hectic day or journey. You can enjoy yourself playing a variety of board games or going through our DVD collection.
IMPORTANT: We have a Midnight Curfew—the front door closes at midnight (0:00hrs) and is opened again at 06:00, in order to better ensure nighttime rest for our guests. The only exception to this house rule are travel arrivals or departures in which case we'll be expecting you.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Cable TV
- Towels Included
- Luggage Storage
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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