Hotel Eldorado

Address: Arce & Villazon , La Paz, Bolivia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Arce & Villazon , 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 ReviewsHotel Eldorado La Paz

    Reviewed by jemmatm

    straight from the 60s and nothings changed

    Reviewed May 19, 2011
    by (2 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

    this hotel was built in the 60s and nothing has changed. The rooms are reasonably comfortable and warm but its very tired.
    All of the linens and towels are threadbare and chewing gum grey.
    Staff are mediocre - not particularly helpful and everything seems like an effort. Its like they have better things to do (ie stand around gossiping) than help guests. I had a tour company leave a message for me at 6pm - but it was not given to me when i returned at 8pm - instead reception decided to ring me at 11pm to give me the message (WTF?!?!).
    There is also major construction going on outside the hotel - which goes from 7am - 9pm. Breakfast is again mediocre - the eggs are always cold (and look like they've been there for at least an hour) and the bread is often hard.

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