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Asuncion Hotels

Asunción Palace Hotel

  • Patrimônio histórico de Assunção!

  • The room itself

  • bathroom was average and even had some kind of ants crawling around

  • view from room not quite as good but nice balcony

  • can´t argue with the fact that the building looks great in pictures...


  • Good value, friendly staff, ideal location, children under eight years stay free


  • Small rooms, street noise

Updated 08/25/2011

Fodor's Review

Built in 1858 as a private residence for the López family, and transformed into a hospital during the War of the Triple Alliance, this beaux arts–style hotel is now a national landmark. It's certainly charming, though a few of the rooms with balconies are noisy. Others are quite nice and peaceful; ask to see one before taking it. All are simply furnished, but this is a good budget option.

Hotel Information


Colón 415, at Estrella, Asunción, Paraguay

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021-492–152; 021-492–153

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 25 rooms, 2 suites
  • Breakfast

Updated 08/25/2011

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By Karl

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Nov 18, 2005

Good Choice to Stay in Downtown

I just stayed for 2 nights at Asuncion Palace Hotel last week. The building is from the XIX century belonged to one of the brothers of Solano Lopez, well preserved and great character. Helpful staff and simple, clean rooms (ask to check for a couple of them before checking in as there are diffences between rooms). Room is somewhat noisy due to heavy bus traffic, but that is forgiven given the other qualities. Not to mention the value advantage.....

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