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This is not a hostel, this is a hotel! It was so nice to stay here, the room was big, we had a matrimonial- and a single bed, a balcony and a nice bathroom. The breakfast was overwhelming, there were computers and a pool table which was free to use! Would like to warn you about the tour company inside this hotel though. The guy who works there mainly is a real nutjob. He speaks English words, but they don't make any sense, and he tried to make us pay twice for something we had already paid for..
Nice hostel in a good location. Everything was easily accesible from this hostel. Good breakfast and friendly staff. However we did not have a powerpoint in our room except in the bathroom....not the best place to plug in your computer or cell phone. Also our room had not been cleaned very well from the previous guests. Otherwise it was a nice place to be and relax.
- Novice Nomad
- New Zealand
- Female, 41+
- (1 review)
The hostel is so comfortable, it feels more like a hotel than a hostel. The shower was the best shower I've had in the entire 7months I have been travelling. Free brekkie was great too. Good location very close to witches market and main strip of restaurants. Staff couldn't be more helpful, they were so friendly and went out of their way to help us. I would highly recommend to stay here for a quiet comfortable stay.
Good hostel to explore La Paz from. Had a private room with a powerful shower and very comfy beds. Wifi a bit rubbish, but that's Bolivia and #FirstWorldProblems. No kitchen, but knew that already. Very good breakfast and lovely, helpful staff
All things considered good hostel, good breakfast, quiet and comfortable rooms, though wifi was slow and unreliable, but this seems to be common in Bolivia.