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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsElegance Hotel La Paz
Excellent stay, thanks to Marcello and the staff.
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... apologized profusely. Said we would change suites. Then showed me another suite. Half the size. No. I'm claustrophobic! NOT. Just didn't want a small suite. Assistant manager comes up. Takes a look. Apologizes for the hairs on the mattress pad. Said it shouldn't be dirty, but the "little black specks" aren't bugs. I told her that it wasn't anything against the hotel, just the last person who stayed in the room who brought ...
... Bolivian, half tourist. Highlights included the audience throwing popcorn and water at the "bad guys'", a wrestler being thrown onto three tourists in the audience, and a man back-flipping from the top of the ring onto his opponent on the cement below. We were laughing really hard. See the below photos for some visuals. After all the excitement, we found some street burgers to enjoy with the free nightly beer from our hostel and an over-due game ...
... last of the locals departed the bus, leading the driver to announce that he wasn't going to make the final leg of the journey to the bus terminal, and dumped us in a shady part of town 25 minutes from our destination in the neighbouring independent city of El Alto ('The High' - although essentially the outskirts on the hills above La Paz). We caught a taxi to our hostel immediately (not wanting to hang around), checking in and immediately jumping into a hot shower to warm our ...
... clothes cleaning, car shops, tires, parts, local drugstores, etc). You can walk many blocks and see the
local “cholitas” (indigenous Aymara and Quechua women) selling bread, fruits, etc on the sidewalks. They look very cute in their traditional dresses. The traffic is quite pedestrian un-friendly as the cars always have the right of way. The drivers are mean and aggressive and will ...
... to try our luck. As bad as this was it did give us a weekend in La Paz which is definitely a city that likes to party. We met lots of really cool people at the hostel, played lots of pool, had lots of happy hours and lots of beers in the sun, so it wasn't all bad. We did try and organise an alternative way down there but it was just too hard in the end. It wasn't all party though, we went out to local markets to eat traditional food, did a free walking tour of ...