La Paz

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Atix Hotel
9
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
Casa Grande Hotel
8
3 reviews
It looks like Spielberg dropped a spaceship in the middle of Calacoto. You could fit half the Amazon in the atrium, there's a wet and dry sauna…well, you get the picture. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Rosario La Paz
8
2 reviews
The professional, English-speaking staff at La Paz’ best three-star hotel pamper you with five-star treatment. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Boutique "El Consulado"
8
2 reviews
Located downtown, right next door to the rather dated Hotel Europa, this onetime consular residence offers eight rooms of early-20th-century eye candy. — Fodor's
Rendezvous Hostel
8
2 reviews
The rooms are plush, and every detail feels considered. Tastefully chosen antique furniture gives each of the 12 rooms a unique personality as modern and colonial styles meet. — Fodor's
Hostal Ananay
8
2 reviews
A brightly painted courtyard centers this historic home, a former peña, in the heart of Jaén's museum district. — Lonely Planet
La Casona Hotel-Boutique
8
2 reviews
A thoughtful conversion of a colonial mansion in the heart of La Paz’s buzzing downtown area. — The Telegraph
Hostal Republica
7
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
Onkel Inn 1886
7
1 review
A bright, HI-affiliated place in a fabulous spot between San Pedro and El Prado. — Lonely Planet
Loki Hostel
7
1 review
This party hostel has a gilded bar, bean-bag hangout area and more than 180 beds — Lonely Planet
Casa Fusion Hotel Boutique
7
2 reviews
The top-story rooms have the best views and you're just a half-block from the teleférico station. — Lonely Planet
Naira Hostal
7
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
Stannum Boutique Hotel & Spa
7
2 reviews
Purple couches, heart-shaped chairs and ambient music dominate the lobby-bar, while the 40 unique rooms have vistas of either the mountains or city. — Lonely Planet
Camino Real Suites
7
2 reviews
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
7
1 review
This shabby, rambling and friendly number could almost be relegated to a history museum, it’s been around so long. — Lonely Planet
Hostal La Posada de la Abuela Obdulia
7
1 review
Readers praise this pleasant oasis in the heart of the artisan and tourist center. — Lonely Planet
Wild Rover La Paz
7
1 review
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
Hotel Continental
7
1 review
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
7
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
Casa Prado Suites Hotel
7
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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