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This little place is a really well maintained little hostel, well located in the tourist area of Arequipa. The rooms were clean and well maintained, if maybe a little bit spare (but at this price, you can't complain much). The hotel has wi-fi access points...More
This hotel was our best! It even surpassed the Cuzco one at 145 $ a night.
It was definitely worth more than we paid (54 USD per night). We totally enjoyed the drink in the courtyard and it's restaurant with a pianist. It was close...More
They were waiting for us at the airport for free and when we came back to take our departing flight they dropped us off there for 15 soles both.
Bedrooms are clean but some of them need and update. The garden area is very relaxing,...More
Lovely hotel with good breakfast and pool area, and friendly staff. Spent the first few days of our trip here and it was perfect to relax and wind down before the trekking started. Lay out by the pool in the mornings, wandered around the town...More
We stayed here with our two kids, 18 and 20. The hotel is a 15-minute walk from the city center, or a 5-minute cab ride. The staff spoke excellent English and was very helpful. The grounds are pleasant, with places to sit and relax. They...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Things to do
US$59 - US$71 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#12 Family Hotel in Arequipa
#15 Romantic Hotel in Arequipa
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It is not necessary with oxygen in Arequipa so I do not think they have. Arequipa is only 2400 meters altitude and there is absolutely no problems with sickness here (it starts over 3000 meters I think and bad over 3500... More
It is not necessary with oxygen in Arequipa so I do not think they have. Arequipa is only 2400 meters altitude and there is absolutely no problems with sickness here (it starts over 3000 meters I think and bad over 3500 meters as far as I've experienced).