A la Maison

Address: Pasaje Munoz Cornejo n. 15, La Paz, 00000, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pasaje Munoz Cornejo n. 15, La Paz, is near Gravity Assisted Mountain Biking, Museo de Coca, Mirador Laikakota, and National Museum of Art - Museo Nacional de Arte.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsA la Maison La Paz

      Reviewed by annabelk

      Go for the penthouse

      Reviewed Dec 25, 2011
      by (8 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Lovely retreat from a busy and less than safe feeling city. We booked a larger on beroom apartment with two beds, but were given a double bed. They kindly upgraded us to the stunning two bedroom penthouse which was just a haven for the time we were there. The views of the city are incredible and the decor was lovely. The shower was the only bad point. The owners were lovely people and very helpful.

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      Reviewed by gillianpeskett

      home from home

      Reviewed Feb 9, 2011
      by (7 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      this was an excellent choice for a relaxing stay in an otherwise bustling city. My only qualms being that we couldn´t get hot water for showers on two occassions and the breakfast was supposed to include fresh orange juice. The staff were lovely and helpful though.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews A la Maison La Paz

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      Travel Blogs from La Paz

      Bodacious Bolivia

      A travel blog entry by hughandjen on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... you could feel them biting after putting your bait in the water, it was practically instantaneous. It was quite hard to get them as they were so good at just taking your bait without getting hooked but eventually we caught enough for our dinner. There wasn't too much meat on them but it was pretty tasty none the less. We woke up early to watch the sunrise the next day. The best thing about this was there were even more animals out at this time and the light over the river ...

      Slow Going (Crossing Borders, Part 5)

      A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 04, 2014

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      ... logo on the side. 'Bus to La Paz, vamos', the guy came in to announce.

      At the same time as the bus driver started to unload all kinds of things (a queen size mattress? More cardboard boxes?) and some bus travelers got off to stretch their legs and use the bathroom, a disheveled looking lady showed up who sold the others their tickets. We all got on the bus and at 15 minutes past 6 we were finally leaving for La Paz. Thank goodness. Ormeño might not be doing ...

      Bolivia... Definitely a love and hate realtionship

      A travel blog entry by becks_togwe07 on Aug 01, 2014

      126 photos

      ... Talk about street food, every corner there is food and can cost as little as £2 for a 3 course meal. The view of the city at night is breath taking as houses are built on hills and there is alot to do around La Paz. Besides all the bad stories i actually found La Paz safe and didnt have any problems, the rule when travelling i try and use is not to present an opportunity because someone will take that opportunity.

      I was lucky enough to experience Route ...

      I Survived the Death Road!

      A travel blog entry by tamararae on Jul 14, 2014

      ... 8211; I did learn that *********** eventually) that I didn’t really comprehend exactly how scary the drops were until we stopped at good photo opportunities along the way.

      The road takes 5 hours to ride down – mostly down hill with a few flat sections near the bottom. Even though it’s mainly downhill I was exhausted at the end – not sure if it was because my whole body was tensed ...

      Higher & Higher

      A travel blog entry by chris-trip on Jun 25, 2014

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      ... that I would have made it up to the top, but was not sure whether I would be able to do the climb back down, which is why I had to abort my challenge of climbing my first 6000m mountain. What made it even worse though was that my mountaineering buddies also needed to descend with me although they were still feeling ok.

      Anyway, it was still an impressive experience and seeing the sunrise at this altitude is definitely something that I want to do ...

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