Primarily because so many tourists are attracted to all the things that La Paz offers by ways of experience, hotels have begun springing up to accommodate travelers of all types: from tired budget backpackers to credit card cosmopolites and financially fit families. Whether you’re in La Paz for business or pleasure, La Paz is sure to provide you with the quarters that you require and desire. From high-rise hotels and beach front bungalows to cottages and inns peppering the shopping district, lodgings in La Paz has something for every person and every pocket.
The large hotels are, of course, most notable: La Paz wouldn’t be a proper major tourist spot without them. Some examples of this type of hotel includes the Fiesta Inn Hotel, which prides itself in excellent customer service, a comfortable atmosphere, and modern-style interior decorating (for the comfort of their out-of-town visitors). Hotels such as this are open to all types of people, although it is businessmen who are said to show preference their contemporary extravagant styles as well as their proximity to key La Paz areas (such as shopping or business districts). These types of La Paz Hotels charge steeply per room per night, but give discounts to guests who have booked by means of travel agencies. Other hotels of this type include the Posada de Las Flores, which is praised by guests for its pool facilities as well as the food in its house restaurant; the Grand Plaza La Paz, whose architecture is as vastly appreciated by guests as its food and room service, and; the Seven Crowns Hotel, which boasts of updated rooms and a location near the pier.
Other options for accommodations in La Paz include places like the ten-room luxury hotel La Casa Jalisco (The Jalisco House in English), which some have dubbed “the best bargain in Baja”. Its standard room rate is a cost-affordable fifty-nine US dollars, with sixty-nine and seventy-nine US dollars for executive and super luxury suites respectively. With balconies, bathtubs and WiFi service in their executive and luxury rooms (as well as this La Paz hotel’s location near the beach’s public walkway and the little putting green right out front), those rates can be really cheap.
Another type of accommodation deal is the kind offered by the small Las Gaviotas Resort (The Gulls Resort). While it has no restaurant in its premises it is strategically located close to several food places that can cater to any palate. The rooms are also specially designed for the clients’ comfort, and the staff (who all speak English) makes sure that all guests are informed of activities that can be pursued in the surrounding area – even hooking them up with local tours and the like.
So never be worried about where you could lay your head, because there are always comfortable lodgings and hotels in La Paz.