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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidencial Latino La Paz
This is more of a low budget hotel than a hostel. Located half way up a hill from San Francisco square and fairly easy to locate. A quiet hostel but exceptionally clean.
The shared rooms are situated around a courtyard where the reception is located or around the breakfast dining area.
Free WiFi and one computer for internet usage. The WiFi is limited to the rooms located near the reception.
The shared bathrooms located on the ground and first floor have showers which have a temperamental hot/cold water availability - the trick is to not turn the tap on too much for a warm shower.
The rooms feature a TV set, desk, two single beds and a wardrobe.
There is meant to be a shared dorm but it was not obvious where this was located.
Breakfast is minimal but adequate for first thing. 7.30-9.30 and comprises of two bread rolls, butter and jam (only a small amount), orange juice and tea or coffee.
The reception can book tours or buses to your next destination. They have staff who speak varying level of English.
There is also laundry available on certain days.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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