La Paz

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3 reviews
This stylish hotel, which claims to be La Paz’s first boutique property, provides travellers with a cool, well-located alternative in the city’s residential southern district — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
This new addition to the Casa Grande brand, with its expansive curved architecture and interior swimming pool and garden, has easily taken the lead as La Paz's best large hotel. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
This charming, centrally located, Spanish-style hotel has had a complete makeover and expansion, bumping it up to one of the best hotels in its price range. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
You’ll feel every bit the VIP in one of these seven delightful rooms, housed in the converted Panamanian consulate, a stunning colonial building, above the cafe of the same name. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
A great mid-range bet for couples in search of privacy, peace and quiet — Lonely Planet
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A brightly painted courtyard centers this historic home, a former peña, in the heart of Jaén's museum district. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
A new entrant in the luxury boutique category, La Casona has 47 rooms in a beautifully restored colonial-era building surrounding a small courtyard — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Three blocks from the historic heart of the city, this hostel occupies a lovely historic building that was home to one of Bolivia’s first presidents. — Lonely Planet
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A bright, HI-affiliated place in a fabulous spot between San Pedro and El Prado. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
This party hostel has a gilded bar, bean-bag hangout area and more than 180 beds — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
The Teleférico is one of La Paz’s best new tourist attractions, and at Casa Fusion, you are barely a block away from the yellow line in very well-priced comfort. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
This charming and consistently popular hostel, whose bright, cheerful private rooms surround a central courtyard, sits above the famous Peña Naira, where groups perform traditional folk music. — Fodor's
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Flashy and modern, Stannum Boutique Hotel oozes style—and has plenty of substance to back it up. — Fodor's
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The towering Camino Real in the Zona Sur has a soaring atrium, and high-end rooms with flat-screens, modern furnishings and great views of the neighboring bluffs. — Lonely Planet
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This shabby, rambling and friendly number could almost be relegated to a history museum, it’s been around so long. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Readers praise this pleasant oasis in the heart of the artisan and tourist center. — Lonely Planet
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Your best bet to meet fellow travelers, the Wild Rover has a high-octane, take-no-prisoners vibe that 20-somethings will love and 30-somethings will loathe. — Lonely Planet
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This dark and slightly dreary downtown option is popular among thriftsters. The detergent smell can be overpowering, but at least you know somebody is cleaning the place. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
This place is a bit like a great aunt – friendly with a colorful personality but ever-so-slightly worse for wear. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Another of the boutique options springing up in downtown, this historic home was once owned by the Prado family. — Lonely Planet
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