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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...
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 Wendy Mar
Everything about this excellent budget option is neat and orderly, from the hospital corner sheets to the spotless floors.
Surrounded by a 10.000 square metre private forest with direct access to Titicaca Lake, this picturesque eco-lodge offers both solar energy and electricity. Wi-Fi is free in common areas...
Hotel Onkel Inn Torres De Copacabana
Located on Copacabana beach, Hotel Onkel Inn Torres de Copacabana offers panoramic beach views, free Wi-Fi and buffet breakfast in Copacabana. BBQ facilities and a regional restaurant are featured...
Hotel Perla Del Lago
Only 250 metres from Copacabana Lake, Hotel Perla del Lago offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable TV in Copacabana. It features a garden and a restaurant. Free parking is provided...
Only 100 metres from The Titicaka, Gloria Copacabana offers rooms with panoramic lake views and free Wi-Fi. Breakfast is provided and a restaurant is featured. Copacabana Church is 200 metres away...
To say too much about this place is to spoil the surprise, so we’ll merely give you a taste with a few simple descriptives: quirky, creative, stylish, ecofriendly, million-dollar vistas...
Ecolodge Del Lago
Situated 20 minutes on foot along the Costañera (or a quick taxi ride), this ecofriendly place, right on the lake in a wonderful nature paradise, offers a tranquil experience...
Hotel La Cúpula
International travelers rave about this inviting oasis, marked by two gleaming white domes on the slopes of Cerro Calvario, with stupendous lake views...
Shabby, gaudy Hotel Ambassador has an altar in the entrance and a playground on the second storey. Dark, drafty and echoey, it nevertheless oozes eccentric charm. Pure mad Bolivia.
Alojamiento San José
This place is as rudimentary but as clean as they come – it’s always a good sign when the floors smell like a polish factory. Perfectly adequate for a budget traveler, although the claims of constant hot water are a little dubious.
Clearly a smart hotel in former days, this place – now a little tired but perfectly adequate – has color local TV, carpeted rooms, reliable hot water, a courtyard and a restaurant (breakfast costs extra)...
Hotel Chasqui Del Sol
A lurking beachfront behemoth with basic rooms, dirty towels and pretty damned good views. For the price, you can probably do a little better.
You can’t turn around in Copa without tripping over some kind of accommodation. One of the good budget bargains is Inca Roca. The cheapest alojamientos (guesthouses), around B$15 per person, are uphill from Plaza Sucre, on Calle Pando.
Hostal 6 De Agosto
A rosy and very central place with a sunny outlook over a garden and clean, if standard, rooms at dirt-cheap prices.
Hostal Brisas Del Titicaca
Situated right on the beach, this popular HI-affiliate has amenable (albeit retro-1970s) rooms...
Well worth the extra B$10 more than other budget options charge, this lively spot has bright and cheery rooms, great views from the upstairs rooms and a top-floor terrace, making it one of the top budget bets in town.
This budget travelers’ favorite is a basic, albeit lively and colorful, joint with hot showers, a laundry service, a small shared kitchen and luggage storage...
Hotel Las Kantutas
This central option has slightly stinky rooms and stained bed spreads, but will do in a pinch come festival time when it's tough to find accommodation.
Hostal Los Andes
Although nothing fancy, this top-notch budget choice is neat and clean, light and breezy, polished and professional. The top-floor rooms offer good views. There’s cable TV and gas – yay, not electric – showers...
A solid bet for budgeteers, with views of the water, a lush garden and ‘Bolivian Boutique’ rooms. The corner rooms have lots of space for the same price and the top-story suite (also the same price) has a totora-reed raft and its own terrace.
Hostal Flores Del Lago
This large four-story hotel on the north side of the harbor is a top-tier budget option. The clean rooms are slightly damp, but you’ll love the views and the friendly lobby area.
While it feels a bit like a hospital, this resort-style hotel is a decent (if slightly decaying) top-tier option.