Mesón Doña Paz

In the “Boutique Hotel” category, Mesón Doña Paz’s Master Suite has a bedroom with king-size bed, telephone, full bathroom with Jacuzzi and steam bath, as well as a guest bathroom. In addition, it has air conditioning and ceiling fans built into the beautiful vaulted ceilings. 

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The Oberoi Lombok

Amidst lush vegetation, there is an extraordinary space where a beautiful, immense palm frond roof, raised up high to reach Nirvana, suddenly appears. Paradise opens onto an immense pool of water that separates into a fountain and a swimming pool, runs down to the jade sea and gets lost in the horizon.

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Crown Plaza La Paz

The Crown Plaza Las Paz hotel’s presidential suite is on the third floor of a building that looks like a hacienda. The room, where presidents Ernesto Zedillo and Vicente Fox have stayed, has a double view, both of the marina and the sea. 

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Marina La Paz

This five-story hotel has a Master Suite on every floor, and each has a private balcony and a view of the sea, the city and the bay. 

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Los Arcos

This five-story hotel has a Master Suite on every floor, and each has a private balcony and a view of the sea, the city and the bay. The bedroom has a king-size bed and there is a living room, a custom kitchen as well as TV and Internet connection.

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La Concha

The Master Suite of this hotel is on the second floor. It comes with a king-size bed, private bathroom and a small Jacuzzi. It has a living room and a round dining room with four rattan chairs.

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Bali * Lombok

Right in the heart of Indonesia are two islands that rival in beauty and that invite visitors to discover their seas which alternate between calm and angry, long and strong waves, idyllic bays and dangerous reefs. Bali is Hindu, Lombok Muslim: rice paddies adorn them, volcanoes threaten them, monkeys entertain them and the people make them smile.

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Gods, music and dances: A play of hands

The play of hands is very important in Bali. Artisans make stone statues of their gods with their hands in positions that are filled with significance. Contorted fingers, playing with natural objects, are the extension of the expression of the eyes.

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