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At the cost of 40bs per person, Milenio was a great option for my girlfriend and I when we stayed in La Paz for almost two weeks. They set us up with good tour companies for Huyana Potosi and Death Road. Israel, the guy behind...More
Incredibly friendly and helpful staff that gives good advice on what to do in La Paz. The hostel is situated in a great location (centre within walking distance) and offers good optional breakfast as well as hot showers.
All in all very good value for...More
Very reasonable hospedaje in a good location (10 mins walk from the main bus terminal). The place is very quiet and relaxed. The staff know the city and surrounding area very well and can help with all info and booking travel/trips etc and their personal...More
My boyfriend and I intended to stay in Hospedaje Milenio in a matrimonial room but because they did not have such a room, we took a double bed room instead and it did not disappoint. It is not close to the touristy street (Sagarnaga street)...More
Great place a little bit out of the center. It's silent, the rooms are basic but big, and the Wi-Fi is acceptable. There's a nice little living area, and the somewhat tacky decorations give the place a nice vibe.
Breakfast is a bit small for...More
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Response from Hospedaje M | Property representative |
Buenas Noches Elena.
Te comento que no se encontró nada cuando se hizo la limpieza eso lo se por que yo mismo la limpie.
Lo que te recomiendo es que veas una vez mas en tu mochila tal vez esta ahí.
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"La Paz is high and can get cold at night, sleeping bags help"