Ratings based on 41 Verified Reviews

3.9 out of 5
56% of guests recommend
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
Expedia-Verified Reviews
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Vancouver, BC

Posted 21-Apr-2019
People were friendly. Wi-fi I could only get in the stairwell. So was extremely inconvenient. Everything needs a good clean. Out of the five lights in my room, one worked. Bathroom shampoo was used by someone else. No towel change. The place was pretty grungy. Breakfast was nice. Fresh fruit and ok coffee.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 9-Mar-2019
The room was dirty. We had to ask for clean sheets on the bed. When we got there and previewed the room, there were several cleanliness issues. The sheets on the bed where pulled tight and neatly tucked in, as if it were freshly made. I always check sheets...I found several loose hairs and a makeup smear that would have easily washed out, had they been clean sheets. The bathroom had a lot of hair on the floor and in the shower. The sewer odor coming out of the bathroom ( also, which has no door), was so over whelming. We slept with all the windows open, on a windy night, with the fan pointed to direct it away from us. We stayed because everything else was completely booked that night.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 15-Feb-2019 on Hotels
The common areas' decor, pool area and room were very dated but clean. Helpful to have common kitchen area. Malacon is walkable distance (a block) so convenient! Owner very nice and helpful with tourist questions. Owners have hotel short distance away (next block) and breakfast is served there.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 1-Jan-2019
Great customer service at a reasonable price very centrally located in La Paz.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller from New Zealand

Posted 10-Sep-2018
If privacy is paramount you had best be clear to start with.the keys you receive are one of many sets! This was basically a lived in home. It is as if the occupants have given it up for your stay. All their nick nacks on the shelves, not offensive in any way and the kitchen is complete as one might expect..I booked the piano room, heard no, saw no piano! But on the ground floor of a 3 story building with only one entrance. Being the only occupant I have no idea how guests get to the other floors if they were rented but through the main door. But the security guard and the owner have no hesitation to intrude as they please without knocking? There are other rooms separately at the end of this large property too. The pool is nice a bit dirty but not been used for a while so no complaints there. Overal, very quiet location comfortable and one bock from the Malocon, good value for what you get. A little hard to find, and no one to ask.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from La Paz, BCS

Lovely view, great space, but....

Posted 8-Apr-2018
When we arrived at Posada Colibri just before 5:00 p.m., it was closed, locked, with a sign to check in at a hotel 50 meters down the street. That, too, was locked, with nobody apparent at the front desk. I rang twice, and a watchman/security guard opened the door, asked if I had a reservation, and tried to call the manager, who did not answer right away. A gentleman arrived, demanded to know if I had a reservation, and when I said I did, replied, "The Posada is dirty. We were full, We haven't cleaned the rooms. We'll give you a room here in the hotel." His manner was rather rough around the edges. A short time later, a woman arrived who assured us she had our reservation, and very pleasantly informed us she would upgrade us to a two-bedroom suite as the room we originally booked was not available, despite asking for it by name and paying a deposit to secure the reservation. I was a bit put off by the manner in which we were greeted, even though the room we ended up being assigned was quite acceptable. It's rather funky, but clean, with a great view and all the amenities for a family or friends to spend a few days. The pool did not seem clean or inviting, and the breakfast area seemed a bit shabby. All told, for the money, it was good value. There are better places to stay in La Paz, but not too many with the spectacular sunset view from the balcony this one offered.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller

OK Bed&Breakfast near Malecon

Posted 21-Mar-2018
Pros: Nice staff, good location. Good breakfast at next door hotel managed by same people
The b&b was ok overall. Had some cleanliness issues, and the rooms are a little run down. No bathroom door in the room I stayed in.
5 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 16-Mar-2018 on Hotels
Very cute property Great location Delightful people Very helpfully Nice breakfast Clean
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Lovely helpful staff.

Posted 6-Feb-2018 on Hotels
We were moved to the gaviotas hotel across the road due to the apartment not being cleaned in time run by the same family, I would suggest booking las gaviotas it’s a far superior hotel apartment set up than the colibri apartment,
4 out of 5
by W Allen

Not Bad

Posted 27-Oct-2017 on Hotels
When I arrived around 6 p.m., I found a locked gate and no one to answer the doorbell. I inquired nearby and was told to go to the Las Gaviotas Hotel nearby, so I did. The entrance said cerado and was locked too, but someone answered the bell and soon I was taken to my room in the second building. The room I reserved had been let to someone else so I was given a comparable room. The weather was hot and the air conditioning was marginal but I spent a comfortable night and in the morning breakfast was served in the hotel and it was an excellent breakfast served beside the swimming pool, and it was a very excellent full breakfast. I stayed a second night and enjoyed the pool in the evening. There seemed to be no other guests in either hotel that day and that might explain the lack of staffing. The high season is still several weeks away. All in all it was very acceptable but I'm moving farther downtown to a slightly less expensive place for the rest of my stay in La Paz.