Atix Hotel

Rooms 53   Architecture Stuart Narofsky   Interior Design Jennifer Rusch
The Original The Rodriguez Calvo siblings

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Rooms
53
Architecture
Stuart Narofsky
Interior
Design Jennifer Rusch
The Original The Rodriguez Calvo siblings
Atix City View in La Paz
Atix Bed in La Paz
Atix Rooftop in La Paz
Atix Bathroom in La Paz
Atix Restaurant in La Paz
Atix Bedroom in La Paz
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Atix City View in La Paz
Atix Bed in La Paz
Atix Rooftop in La Paz
Atix Bathroom in La Paz
Atix Restaurant in La Paz
Atix Bedroom in La Paz
Atix Desert in La Paz
—Bearing the torch for design-led luxury in La Paz, Atix is a showcase for Bolivian culture, art, and gastronomy.

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    As the first Design Hotels™ member in Bolivia, Atix is a luxury hospitality pioneer for art-inclined, design-savvy travelers, set in the breathtaking city of La Paz. Here, bold cosmopolitan travelers come together to experience exquisite local cuisine, world-class design, and a thrilling landscape of deep red canyons and glowing sunsets that all celebrate the hotel’s passion for Bolivian culture. Designed to be a live-in art gallery, the 53-room Atix, which means “one who thrives” in Quechua, displays fine-art photography and artwork in the guest corridors, rooms, and common areas by native artist Gastón Ugalde—known as the Andy Warhol of the Andes. The hotel’s Ona Restaurant celebrates the biodiversity of Bolivia and the best of its gastronomic traditions. The hotel invites guests to a rooftop bar set next to an enticing infinity pool and Jacuzzi where they can experience world-class cocktails inspired by the Bolivian culture, traditions, and flavors.

    Nearest Airport
    LPB - El Alto International Airport
    Food & Drink
    Ona Restaurant, +591 Bar
    Event Space
    4 Functional Spaces (up to 250 guests)
    Conference & Meetings
    2 Meeting Rooms (up to 50 pax)
    Services
    Market (100% Organic Bolivian Products)

    Rooms & Suites

    Highlighting the striking plateau of the mountains and valley outside the floor-to-ceiling windows, each of the 53 rooms, which range from 25 to 56 square meters, emanate an earthy simplicity. A neutral color palette is accented by oversized headboards rendered from indigenous wood and handcrafted furniture by local artisans, including work desks, coffee tables, armchairs, bedroom benches, and soft alpaca throws. Bathrooms are elegantly outfitted, featuring cool Comanche stone sinks and dark flagstone walls, along with organic soap made with Amazonian oils. Many guestrooms offer a bathtub, a Jacuzzi, and the Atix Suite includes a VIP room, a terrace, and gorgeous high ceilings.

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    Interior Design
    JENNIFER RUSCH

    Modern, sophisticated, cool, and contemporary—Atix showcases an interior of local materials that speaks to the very heart of Bolivian culture.

    Architecture

    STUART NAROFSKY

    The unique landscape of La Paz inspired the building’s form—a parallelogram that visually transitions the eye from the area’s pre-existing structures to its future development.

    Architecture
    STUART NAROFSKY

    The unique landscape of La Paz inspired the building’s form—a parallelogram that visually transitions the eye from the area’s pre-existing structures to its future development.

    Interior Design
    JENNIFER RUSCH

    Modern, sophisticated, cool, and contemporary—Atix showcases an interior of local materials that speaks to the very heart of Bolivian culture.

    Made by Originals

    THE RODRIGUEZ CALVO SIBLINGS

    Born in Bolivia, the Rodriguez Calvo family is as worldly as it is passionate about the luxury, art, architecture, and cuisine it has experienced while globetrotting. Despite living thousands of miles apart at one point, a mutual love for their home country caused each of their paths to converge again. Wanting to share the unique beauty of Bolivia with the world and inspired by the Bolivian national identity and borrowing the Quechua word meaning “one who thrives,” the Rodriguez Calvos leapt into the hospitality industry with Atix Hotel.

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