I stayed here for one night after doing the Salt flats tour and returning from Uyuni by a night bus. The hostel is in a good location and the people are really friendly. I stayed in a double room with private bathroom. The room hadn't been cleaned properly. There were hairs in the bathroom in the sink and on the shower wall. There were hairs in the bed and the sheets were stained. The room looked like it need to be repainted. I was quite disappointed after staying in very basic accommodation during the salt flat tours and the overnight buses. They did book me a cab to the airport and gave me a wake up all which was needed. Also, there is a restaurant and bar on site. So you can have dinner and a night out without leaving the hostel. Overall, I wouldn't recommend this hostel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The 19th-century house which we've fully renovated to make a hostel, welcomes you into one of the oldest and most stylish buildings in the city. It is located only 3 blocks away from Plaza Murillo (city's main square),1 ½ blocks away from the Bus Terminal, and only 10 minutes (walking distance) away from any touristic site you want to visit. Bash n' Crash has managed to pinpoint all the things that you need and look for when backpacking. With several common areas (all which have their own charm and ways to keep you busy), comfy beds in private and shared dorms, hot showers, YUMMY food, great music, drinks and a friendly, happy to help English speaking staff, this is a place you won't want to miss! With parties that start and end at our very own night club, this hostel is the only one in La Paz that gives you the chance to bash and crash in one spot. ... more less
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