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Been staying at hostels but needed a rest so booked this hotel. 20-30 mins from la Paz seen as it says it had a pool and good wifi. The worst thing for me was the wifi is terrible. Hardly works. The rooms are cold. Heaters...More
We stayed there for 4 nights as part of a group of 4x4's travelling from Peru. The hotel is very nice and run by a Swiss family. Nice and clean. One advantage is that it is in a part of town called Mallasa on the...More
Expensive and overpriced. Even a water cost 3 times normal price. Beds are horrible, shower is hot or cold (noting in middle). Not trust fully owner... Even a simple print cost 2.5bolivianos. Ah... And Internet is not usable! Poor breakfast. Never again
I certainly wouldn't have expected a quintessentially Swiss hotel near La Paz. As other reviewers have noted, the place ain't cheap, but it is ideal for overlanders who are allowed to park--and use the hotel's very clean bathrooms and showers--for 60 Bol. per night. Breakfast...More
I was with a small tour group, and we had a delightful buffet lunch in the gardens of the hotel. I do not even know if this particular lunch is available to the public, but there appears to be at least one full-service restaurant called...More
$47 - $79 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I don't see why not. It would depend on the design of the window but generally all windows can be opened unless the hotel has full air conditioning. Note it gets very cold at night in La Paz so you may not want to open it... More
I don't see why not. It would depend on the design of the window but generally all windows can be opened unless the hotel has full air conditioning. Note it gets very cold at night in La Paz so you may not want to open it too much.