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I spend 1 day in this hostel , is ecnomical and clean howver is really basic , included on the rate a small breakfast , ask for a room with big windows , some rooms have small windows, for the rest I think this is adequate
Having wifi in my room is important to me, so we had to try a few rooms, to make sure it was possible, but I ended up with a very nice double, right beside the second floor terrace, which suited me fine. They do try and shut the router off, after about 11pm, so I had to do a bit of arguing, to get them to stop that. It's very clean. The showers are a bit tricky, but once they showed me how to work them, I didn't have a problem with the hot water. There is no heat, but they will provide an extra blanket, if asked. They, literally, lock the place down, at 10 or 11pm, with big chains and locks on the doors, although you can buzz, to be let in or out. A bit of a safety hazard, if anything happens, but my Spanish wasn't good enough to explain that. The staff is friendly but non-English speaking and there's a lovely lobby to relax in, or the terrace, which gets sunshine, all day. Good cable TV and it's a very short walk to the beach. I think most of the rooms have a view of the lake. It's also right around the corner from the "main drag", so close to restaurants and shops. Laundry service is available, but very pricey. Maybe you can negotiate?
We stayed here for one night before heading over to Isla Del Sol. We came to Copacabana not knowing an affordable hostels but I saw this budget hotel advertised online so it was where we went. We stayed in a twin room which unfortunately did not have working hot water in the morning. I mentioned this to the man at reception and he accepted our reduced payment - we were still allowed to store our luggage whilst we were over in Isla Del Sol. There are plenty of hostels in the town so don't worry about booking in advance. I would say that the hotel was a bit overpriced as our friends, who paid less, stayed in a hostel with a hot tub! If you only want to visit Isla Del Sol, I would suggest that you go on your day of arrival.
I was dropped off by the bus right near this place so I wondered over. The owner is nice if not a bit sleazy to a solo female traveler. I managed to negotiate the price by giving breakfast a miss. The bed is comfy, room is clean and there is hot water. It was fine during my stay but I imagine in high season the place might be a little noisy - not alot of insulation.
friendly budget hotel. the interior is somewhat surprising. all the basics are there, do not forget to ask how the shower works. then it will. best feature; Ronaldo and his wife are ready to help you with anything. great people
I stayed in this place for 2 nights and found the experience fairly good. The hotel is appears to be very modern from the lobby though this quality is not matched by the rooms that I saw. This isn't to say that the rooms are shabby, they're quite clean and presentable, particularly for something so cheap (I paid 50 bolivianos for a single). The hot water was very reliable and the bed was very comfortable. The location is also very quiet at night. Internet worked 100% of the time from the lobby though, like all of Copa, is painfully slow. Skip the breakfast at this place as it's a shocker. This place has a laundry service available though the pricing system is a little suss - the manager started at 14 bolivianos a kilo and then dropped his prices by increments of 1 until 12 (still too high, typically 10 in Bolivia) when he saw I wasn't taking the bait. Definitely bargain on the laundry or shop around. The hotel locks up at 11pm so if you're a night-owl this might be a problem, not that Copa's nightlife is anything to write home about. Technically there is a buzzer for late entry but when I was there it wasn't working (typical for Bolivia) and I had to bash on the door for 15 minutes before I decided to jump the fence into the car park and call out to the manager from there. 20 minutes later I was in the building though I honestly thought I was going to spending the night in the car park. Overall this place is a good option given the low price point, proximity to the lake and quiet location.
I went last time on a trip to Copacabana and I wanted to try out a new hotel. Hotel Paraiso seems new and relatively well managed. Because of the rainy season, the hotel wasn't at its full, so I found no problem using the parking lot and leaving. They have the basics, hot water, a bed, cable TV and parking. Also, some rooms have a great view of the lake. Since I spent most of the day outside the hotel, it was enough. You get brakfast, which could be little, but it was enough for everybody in the family. They have a curfew at 11 that I didn't see enforced. The location is kind of good, since it's two blocks away from the crowds(Copacabana can get very crowded at times), so you can get there with your car with almost no problem. On the not so nice side, I spent some time trying to get the person in charge to get me some towels, and sell some shampoo(you only get soap). The floors are covered with tiles that are very slippery, so watch your step. The charged us per person, but lowered the price a bit. The place is a block away from the lake and somewhat far from the Calvario. If you want a place to crash and recover, this could be the place. Just make sure you get some api if the offered breakfast is not enough for you. I overheard someone asked for something different, and the waiter asked that it'd take a while to be done, since it was breakfast time. I have no idea if they serve lunch, but Copacabana already offers a lot of options in that area.
Stayed in a quad room (Matriomonial bed and 2 singles) The room was clean and bright. It was also lovely and warm as it had sun all day. Great view over the lake. Lots of noise overnight- any movements from floors above were amplified by parquet floor. Bathroom- clean. However shower was very hit and miss. 'Electric' shower however mostly cold water with a trickle of warm after playing with the taps for ages. ekk Wifi- could only get signal at reception and was OFF most of the time. Breakfast. Tea/Coffee/Milk. Fresh juice. Fresh Bread. Eggs. Location- Copacabana is small so everything is close. A block from the water front. 3-4 blocks from the Cathedral and 3 blocks from the bottom of the Calvario.
I really liked this place. Rooms more comfy than usual. Lake view. Good bfast. Free wifi. Friendly staff. Tv with eng spking channels. Reasonable price. Great location. Showers hot but only if pressure quite low. Despite what german reviewer said breakfast was fine eg eggs juice and bread and I found the beds comfy. The pillows were a bit hard but that's all.
Positives - really nice hotel. Location perfect. Rooms very spacious and clean. Bathrooms very nice. Newish hotel and everything is very clean and works. Drawbacks - when in the shower got electric shocks turning the water off, a bit scary. They offer free Wi-Fi but by 10pm they have taken the modem out and disconnected the internet for the evening. They switch the TV channels off at night so even though we had a TV in our room it stopped working when staff went to bed.
Hotel Paraiso del Lago places you next to Copacabana Beach and Lake Titicaca. This 37-room, 3-star hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking.
Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7:30 AM to 9 AM.
A TV comes with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. The bathroom offers a rainfall showerhead, free toiletries, and slippers. Other standard amenities include free bottled water and a desk.
At Hotel Paraiso del Lago, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a free grocery shopping service, and a terrace. There's free parking, and an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for USD 75 per vehicle one way. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with luggage storage, concierge services, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a fireplace in the lobby.