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Reviewed 3 January 2015

I have stayed in hotels all over Mexico. Your basic accommodations tend to be more modest than American motels.
I have stayed at the Pekin a number of times over the years when I have had to spend a travel night in La Paz. While I wouldn't spend a vacation here, it certainly is adequate for my purposes, heading to Los Cabos to catch a plane. The place has always been a real value, usually less than $30US for a clean room near the downtown and it has always had availability when I walked in.
ALL ROOMS are on SECOND FLOOR or above and NO ELEVATOR, I believe.
It is on the Malecon, so the bay is just across the street. I am a woman who travels by myself and I have always felt safe on the Malecon in La Paz, even at night walking to this hotel from the bus station a few blocks away.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled solo
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2  Thank rezlaw
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Reviewed 5 December 2014

This hotel is above a Asian Restaurant, and the entrance is also in the restaurant itself. The rooms are as basic as they come, with extremely hard beds and no extras of any kind. A simple room isn't a problem, but this room wasn't clean either. The bedside stands were sticky and hadn't been wiped in some time, the one fan in the room was covered in dust, and there was debris on the floor indicating that the room hadn't been thoroughly cleaned. Also, while the hotel indicates that they have limited parking, I'd like to clarify that it's EXTREMELY limited...as in they have a loading dock with one available parking space. I'd recommend spending a few extra pesos and staying at any number of nearby places that don't misrepresent their offerings.
**Also, they are still offering shark fin soup on their menu, despite their response to the guest on this site. There's no indication on the menu that the soup is artificial, and it is indicative of the general nature of this entire establishment.

  • Stayed: November 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 9 January 2014 via mobile

This Chinese themed hotel is a great find for us, exactly what we were looking for. The oddly winding hallways lit with colorful lights are delightful and the rooms are as clean as their older tiles can be. Wifi is included and our view is straight out over the bay.

  • Stayed: January 2014
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2  Thank MaryCGSeattle
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Reviewed 15 October 2010

Just under $40 on a weekend, this was our choice after checking out other locations along the malecon. It's unique and quirkyk, clean and air conditioned. Having a restaurant downstairs is nice, and didn't hear any noise from it. Get a room with a window seat over the malecon and unless you're a high maintenance traveler, you'll be cozy enough.
No REAL extras, but travleing in Mexico sometimes in-room wifi and A/C are extras!!!

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled as a couple
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12  Thank yo_gini73
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Reviewed 11 May 2009

spent a night at the pekin in la paz and found it to be a good budget choice. at a sliver under $40 a night the pekin offers clean tho spartan accomodations w/ a great location across the street from the beach. there´s a chinese restaurant on the first floor and the hotel rooms occupy the upper part of the structure. decorated in a rather garish chinese theme the hallways are strewn w various buddha statues and plastic flowers. the rooms are smallish (i was in 109) but clean. the bed was hard but adequate for a short stay. internet is available at 15 pesos (about a dollar) per hour. slow connection however.
the place is fine tho marginal but for budget travelers it offers good clean no frill digs w a great location.

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled solo
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10  Thank alan k
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