Copacabana - La Paz-16.503411375, -68.131925762
The 3-star Copacabana Hotel is situated in the heart of La Paz. The hotel was opened in 1960, renovated in 2000 and is housed in an 8-storey building.
Notable for its location 1350 meters away from Murillo's House in La Paz City Centre district of La Paz, the hotel provides access to Jaen Street within 15 minutes' walk. Copacabana Hotel is within about 20 minutes' walk of the center of La Paz.
The property is in a 10-minute walking distance from Metropolitan Cathedral La Paz subway station. 15 minutes by car from El Alto airport.
The hotel rooms are bright and come with free Wi-Fi, climate control, central heating, a safe and a pantry. They offer private bathrooms with a shower and a hairdryer.
Eat & Drink
In the morning a continental breakfast is served at the restaurant. At the lounge restaurant guests can enjoy Italian cuisine. Offering a variety of dishes, Restaurante hotel Plaza and Api Happy are about 100 meters away.
Guests can rent cars at the hotel.
Copacabana Hotel offers Turkish steam bath and massage for guests to relax and unwind.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Number of floors: 8. Number of rooms: 44.
24-hour room service
Bar/ Lounge area
Outdoor swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Pedal boating
- Golf course
- 24-hour room service
- Medical facilities service
- Shops/Commercial services
- Continental breakfast
- Restaurant with air conditioning
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Buffet breakfast
- Business centre
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Leisure/ TV room
- Spa centre
- Turkish bath
- Air conditioning
- Central heating
- Connecting rooms
- Living room
- Washing machine
- Electric kettle
- Direct dial telephone
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
Sleeping arrangements for 4 persons
- City landmarks
hotel staffs are very helping to people from aboard and helping minute
outside my room the smell of pesticide was very high
Location. It's in one of the main arteries of the city and close to everything. I, definitely, would stay in this hotel, again.
Carpeting, seems old and cheap.
Good location, a short walk to good restaurants & markets. No issues with hot water. The room we stayed in on our first visit (9th floor) was spacious and relatively quiet.
The alleged "American breakfast" is insultingly bad, easily the worst we had during 5 weeks in South America. No eggs or meat, just bananas, childrens' cereals (chocolate pops or fruit loops), and a selection of bread products so old they are hard and brittle (2-3 days old?). Even the morning we arrived just 10 mins after breakfast opened the toast was stone cold. One kind of bread roll was so hard and dry it exploded into crumbs when I tried to cut it open. The other kind of roll had a single bite of edible bread right in the center, if you could get a knife through the rock-hard crust. There is water provided in reception and the restaurant, but most times they were both empty. Rooms do not contain the advertised safe or minibar. On our second visit we asked for the same room as the first, but instead we were given a room on the 3rd floor that was cramped and noisy. The windows didn't close properly, so the noise from the main street outside was annoying during the day and interrupted sleep at night. Despite booking a room for two people, each time our room was only made up for one person (1 towel, and half a roll of toilet paper). The staff on reception don't really seem to care much. The highlight was one night when we returned from dinner and needed to collect our key. The "key person" was asleep with headphones on, and the other two staff just smiled and shrugged at us at fetching keys is not their job. This lasted 5 mins until the key person finally realised something was happening and - reluctantly - got up and gave us our key. We left our luggage for a couple of hours after we checked out, and when we returned the reception staff didn't know where it was. It took three of them about 20 mins to locate our bags. We asked them to phone us a Radio Taxi for the airport, as we'd heard that was the safest option.
We liked the breakfast, the friendly staff and the location.
Location was good, not too far from centro and even its located on the busy street, it was somewhat more quiet environment than I imagined.
Staff over there was not nice. One was listening to something with headset pluged into office pc and everytime we have problems and questions and go to the front desk, she looked annoyed by us.
The staff were terrible. Firstly, they didn't give us the room that we booked, we had to return back to the desk to get it. Secondly, the breakfast was terrible (limited & stale bread/pastries). Thirdly, on checking out they wanted to charge us for flask that was broken by somebody other than us. Afterwards we stayed in Cruz de los Andes which was a lot better.