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  • 91%
  • 12th May 2015

If you like party hostels this is the hostel for you! No getting away from the free shots there!!! More
Anonymous (New Zealand) (Mixed Group) Novice Nomad
  • 83%
  • 6th May 2015

Very good party hostel - food/bar/tv room and facilities great. Breakfast is average. Management poor - we were unable to confirm areservation we made in person due to being in the jungle and had it cancelled. Needs improvement. More
fredericknewton3546 (England) (ALLMALEGROUP) Avid Traveller

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  • 1135 Total Reviews


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  • 25th May 2015

I never leave a bad reference but in this case I make an exception. Worse service ever! They made us pay twice as much for the room! Not 65 Bolivianos but 130 Bolivianos per person for a crappy room with lots of noise for that kind of money you can better book a hotelroom. When I explained More
Anonymous (Netherlands) (FEMALE) Novice Nomad
  • 71%
  • 17th May 2015

This hostel needs a big dose of efficiency! Expect to wait a really long time for everything from breakfast to asking a question at reception! I liked the lockers with plugs in them in reception, but no plugs in the rooms, also no lockers for bags. Showers were hot, rooms pretty cramped More
Anonymous (England) (FEMALE) Globetrotter

  • 77%
  • 241 Total Reviews


  • 63%
  • 16th Mar 2015

I was suprised that there was not kitchen facilities available More
Anonymous (England) (Female) Novice Nomad
  • 91%
  • 10th Mar 2015

Great atmosphere, good food, and the staff spoke English and were very helpful. Highly recommended! More
Anonymous (New Zealand) (All Female Group) Avid Traveller

  • 76%
  • 1041 Total Reviews


  • 83%
  • 23rd May 2015

A party hostel but still managed to sleep when needed. Free pancakes a novelty that quickly wore off, more variety for breakfast would be ideal. Free beer is half a pint but can't complain. Bar is good, facilities are good, pingpong, pool table, football table and dart board (although no More
Anonymous (England) (ALLMALEGROUP) Novice Nomad
  • 97%
  • 19th May 2015

Awesome place to stay when in La Paz! Very clean with lockers large enough to store your backpack. Loved the free all you can eat pancakes and the free nightly beer. Would defrinately stay here again! More
tonychan6045040 (Canada) (Male) Globetrotter

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  • 157 Total Reviews


  • 51%
  • 23rd Apr 2015

This place wants to be a Party Hostel even when the Guest are not into it...The Central Bar plays overly Loud Music until past 1AM when there is no one in the Bar except for people trying to use the weak WiFi signal! I requested breakfast on my arrival day as I would be leaving before More
Anonymous (USA) (Male) Globetrotter
  • 97%
  • 10th Mar 2015

The staff at Pirwa were exceptionally friendly and helpful. The hostel has a nice relaxed atmosphere and some quirky original touches. It is located very close to the bus station, but a little out of town. Four bed dorm was really nice and spacious although I've slept in more More
Anonymous (Ireland) (Female) Novice Nomad

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  • 154 Total Reviews


  • 57%
  • 10th Apr 2015

For the price you pay there are far better options in La paz. There is no atmosphere, the sheets look dirty, the mattresses thin and sunken and the breakfast is even more basic than you would expect in Bolivia. Plus sides are the location is good and its quiet if you want a good nights More
Anonymous (England) (Female) Novice Nomad
  • 69%
  • 9th Apr 2015

We booked a private room with a shared bathroom and found our room i(box) inside a ten bed dorm. The room was lovely and snugly but it didn't seem private enough so I think the price was too much for it. The bread in the morning breakfast is always stake. Every time you had a shower, a More
Anonymous (England) (Couple) Globetrotter

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  • 63%
  • 30th Mar 2015

Internet never worked, super cold in common areas, breakfast suuuper basic, warm shower almost never existed. However they offer a nice laundry service. More
Anonymous (Lithuania) (Female) Novice Nomad
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  • 5th Mar 2015

Yep, so one of Bash and Crash's employees learned the code to my locker over three days by watching over my back, and then when I told him I was going to do the El Choro Trek, he robbed my locker of my MacBook Air 13", an iPhone 4, $250 US, $700 Bolivianos, two macbook chargers, one iphone More
Anonymous (Canada) (Male) Novice Nomad

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