Best Hotels in La Paz, Bolivia (II)

Best Hotels in La Paz, Bolivia (II)

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Nuestra Señora de La Paz commonly recognized as La Paz, is Bolivia’s third most populated city, the seat of the country’s government and the capital of La Paz Department. It is located on the western part of Bolivia at an elevation of about 3,650 m above sea level. In this article we offer you a review of the best hotels in La Paz, Bolivia.


Best-Hotels-in-La-Paz-Bolivia-II Best Hotels in La Paz, Bolivia (II)

5. Best Hotels in La Paz, Bolivia: Naira Hostal, Sagarnaga, across from Plaza San Francisco

Located in the center of the tourist area, across from San Francisco Church, the Naira is a convenient place to stay. The large, clean rooms are built around a central courtyard. Although the place is well kept and the showers are clean, we found a few paint chips along the baseboards. Hot water is supplied from a tank.

There is laundry service and a safe for valuables. A restaurant, coffee / bakery shop and an Internet café are on site. Avoid the travel agency downstairs.


6. Best Hotels in La Paz, Bolivia: Hotel Gloria, Calle Potosi

Hotel Gloria is part of Bolivia’s rendition of a chain hotel. The one in La Paz has a fairly well kept lobby, but the rooms have seen better days. All 90 rooms have private baths, central heating and cable TV. Rates include breakfast and transportation to and from the airport. Parking is available and the hotel is located in a convenient area just up from the Prado and very close to Alexander Coffee (go there for breakfast, rather than eating at the Gloria). Other amenities include a money exchange service, Internet access, safe deposit boxes and laundry service. The staff is friendly and helpful. Some speak English.


7. Best Hotels in La Paz, Bolivia: Radisson, Avenida Arce

All 239 rooms in this giant chain hotel have private bathrooms. There is everything on site that any five-star hotel has anywhere in the world, from coffee shops to magazine stores to hairdressers to swimming pools. Dual pricing is practiced here: locals pay less.