Ok in general I loved this hotel. It's super unique and so cute the bungalows they offer. However a few issues... very cold which is understood but they don't have solar power water heaters which could have helped. They forgot to turn the gas on for us to use hot water. The bungalow while lovely was cold. There are other designs that could let the sunlight and and make it warmer. The internet hardly works here. Plus they offer all these services that were not available. And then I thought i could pay by credit card and I could not. They only accepted cash and finding cash there is not easy we had to go to the main city then drive 45 mins back to pay. It was challenging although they say they accept credit card. The staff was generally nice although I didn't get my original reservation choice. I feel they should be more clear in their description. After my aunt argued with them did we get the room we actually signed up for on Expedia. But the views were breathtaking! I do feel as this being an Eco Hotel they could have done more for the environment. Making it a learning hotel. So much to offer. Be aware however of altitude sickness. I feel an emergency kit should be available including oxygen etc... they did offer us plenty of tea that helps. I really loved the food. Very very good.
Traveller from Houston
Located in Palca, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Muela del Diablo, Arte al Aire Libre, and Japanese Garden. Hernando …More
I stayed 5 nights (4 bed, 6 bed) in this hostel. It is not located in the tourist center but surely is a few minutes from many cultural centers/attractions/nightlife. As a solo female traveler I felt safe getting there even late at night. It is located an easy 2.5 blocks away from plaza España w/ lots of transport options, supermarket and eatouts. The transport to almost any part of the city is easy! 1.5 Bolivianos (line M) for a minibus, minivans are 2 Bs all dropping off at the door or 1/2 block away. Taxi to bus terminal is 20-30 bolivianos (i paid 20 even though i was told it was 25-30). Unlike most other hostels I have stayed in, the rooms actually resemble the photos. Very clean, bright, and spacious for hostel standards, at times it felt like a boutique hotel. There are only 2 showers & 3 toilets available for all shared rooms however the showers had hot water 24rs, which is a rare find in Bolivia if you're not paying top $. The whole place is incredibly clean and & the friendly staff regularly take care of all corners of the property. I've read some bad reviews about cleanliness which I would like to clarify that if there was any dirtiness involved it was because of travellers who don't have any notion of hygiene or house manners - if you're one of those, or a smelly dirty party animal, please stay away! The common areas are super inviting and comfortable and the atmosphere of the whole place is very relaxing! Breakfast was simple BUT WITH QUALITY INGREDIENTS!
Traveller from NZ
Located in Downtown La Paz, this hostel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Sopocachi Cable Car Station, Hernando Siles Stadium, and San …More