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Great rooms, wifi, restaurant and service. The location was only a short stroll to the beautiful square. The rooms were large with great facilities and amazing hot water! I Highly recommend staying here!!
The rooms have both new and old rooms. We have stayed at both types and enjoyed our stay. Rooms are clean & bright. There is courtyard with a pool. Breakfasts are good with fruits, juices, breads, cereals, milk, scrambled eggs & stout coffee you'll need...More
Nice hotel, good atmosphere, kind service. Good breakfast and beautiful outdoor restaurant. Nice garden. Really good location in Arequipa, short walking distance from the city.
Rooms small but ok and clean. Big beds.
Many stairs but the staff are kind and carry your suitcase up...More
We stayed two nights there : the first one (booked via booking) was very good & the second one (for the same price, booked directly at the hotel) was much smaller.
We also asked to book a room for a couple of hours when coming...More
This is a split stay review with very different experiences. Everything about the hotel has been said but we stayed two nights then one night split by the Colca Canyon tour.
For two nights we were in room 162, ground floor next to the swings...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$60 - US$77 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#12 Family Hotel in Arequipa
#15 Romantic Hotel in Arequipa
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Does this hotel have oxygen to use in case of altitude sickness ?
24 March 2017|
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Response from LisLN | Reviewed this property |
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).