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I had a good stay here. The rooms are large but a bit old fashioned, the included breakfast is good for the type of hotel. There's free wifi and the staff is kind. It is a bit far from Plaza de Armas (downtown) but the...More
The hostel is clean and simple but quite cold. During my stay there were only Korean people - a lot! I felt a bit outsider.
The breakfast is yoghurt with muesli and a few bread with jam & butter.
The kitchen is ok but small....More
I've stayed at El Puma a couple of times, and each visit was pleasant. The hotel is located a few blocks off the main square - a cheap taxi ride or short, careful (due to the altitude) walk away. It's close enough for convenience, but...More
The hotel is clean but dated. The lobby is modern, but the rooms are small. The table light did not work and the water pressure wasn't great. Stayed two different times on a tour and have to say I preferred the room on the front...More
I had the misfortune of being placed on a floor with a group of teenagers who were screaming and running through the halls late into the night; the staff did nothing about this, even after I called and complained. The rooms themselves are small and...More
US$54 - US$108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, minimalist breakfast compared to our experiences at other hotels in South America. Scrambled eggs, sometimes with other ingredients so, yes, you can ask for an omelet or fried eggs unless you're in a hurry. One type... More
Yes, minimalist breakfast compared to our experiences at other hotels in South America. Scrambled eggs, sometimes with other ingredients so, yes, you can ask for an omelet or fried eggs unless you're in a hurry. One type of cheese which we didn't find appealing. Maybe 1 or 2 kinds of fruit. A couple choices of bread and cereal. This hotel is a 20 minute walk from the central square so not particularly convenient to the sights.
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