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Hotel Rosario

  • Hotel Rosario La Paz
  • Hotel Rosario La Paz
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Well-established and popular colonial hotel, offering excellent value and no shortage of charm – one of our all-time favourite budget options.

The Hotel Rosario is a popular and well-established colonial hotel near La Paz's indigenous markets, sights and restaurants. It’s a clean, quiet, well-decorated guesthouse with a pleasant jumble of flowery courtyards, always buzzing and lively with guests. 

The small and neat guestrooms are cheerily decorated with bright textiles and furnishings. There are two restaurants and a more informal café, and the top floor has been converted into an internet café which also serves snacks and Mexican dishes. There’s also a well-respected travel agency on the ground floor, which can arrange any off-the-cuff tour or day trip you’d like to make.

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What our clients say

  • Restaurant excellent.

    DG, Cheltenham
  • Bit of a wait in the restaurant.  Otherwise excellent.  Lovely decor and situation.

    GN, Kingsbridge
  • "V. nice hotel indeed - super location (near all the shopping). V much liked the colonial style. Good breakfast too!"

    ES, London
  • "Fantastic! A haven of peace in the most interesting city we visited. Really welcoming staff, amongst the best we dealt with."

    CC, Carnforth
  • “Hotel Rosario - functional. No lift though and we were on the very top floor which made it a chore to go to and from the room - especially as…

    TSS, London Bridge
  • Very helpful staff on reception - and in restaurant. Good breakfast.

    PP, Halesworth
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Charlotte
Charlotte Daubeney Travel Expert Charlotte's fascination with Latin America began with a family holiday to Belize. She went on to study Spanish in school and at university before spending a year living in Santiago, Chile.

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