The Hotel Aranjuez is located in the residential area off Queru Queru, which is about four minutes from the centre of the city. It has large terraces and a nice view of the whole surrounding city. It has open-air pools and a garden where you can relax and enjoy the cool fountains and some fresh air. All this luxury comes at a price, though!
This five-star hotel can be found in the main residential area of Cochabamba, about five minutes from the city centre, and ten from the airport. On the outside, it has a simple, colonial-style facade, but the interior is luxurious in rooms, restaurants, bars, and lounges. It has everything to delight luxury lovers.
Right in the centre of the continent, this is a peaceful place that is well worth a visit. Visitors are guaranteed personal attention, and the hotel has about four suites, ten singles, two doubles, and three family rooms. Prices are quoted in dollars - this is not targeted at locals! The entire hotel has full wifi coverage, and cable TV.
In the residential area of La Recoleta, this hotel offers all the amenities you could need for a comfortable stay, as well as truly impeccable service. Although it may not inspire confidence from the outside, once you're in you will soon realize that it deserves its five-star rating. It has bike rental, a heated pool, a playground, and meeting rooms. Prices range from $ 50 for a single, up to $ 160 for an apartment for one to seven people.
This is a small hotel with really sensational prices! The facade isn't too nice, and the facilities aren't the best, but it's got a great location, close to the market, three bus terminals, and the city centre. 20 bolivianos for one person, 30 for two, and 35 for three!
This hotel, in the centre of the city, pampers its customers, offering them the service of travel agencies, artisan and trade offers, and even an art gallery. There are obviously much cheaper hotels in Cochabamba, but if you want luxury and peace, this is a good option.
The Hostal Versalles belongs to the Hostelling International chain, and is close to the bus station, which is very handy if you arrive late at night like I did. It's also quite close to the city centre, which is at 2500 metres above sealevel and has a nice, temperate climate. It has a pretty nice garden. It features an internet cafe, telephone booths, laundry, etc. It's very close to "The Court", the largest market in Cochabamba, which I recommend visiting.