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Isla Suasi Hotel

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Carnforth, United Kingdom
Reviewed 29 October 2010

This was heaven from the second the boat docked. Its the only place to stay on the island, which is privately owned. Some of the 15 staff stay on site, while others row themselve across from the mainland each day ! They were all incredibly nice people. We just enjoyed walking - you can climb to a high spot and...

Thank amy000
Los Angeles
Reviewed 28 October 2010

I first visited Suasi years ago, alone, just after meeting my now husband. I knew there that he was the "one" and casually asked Martha, the owner of the island, if I could come back one day and marry there. She said "sure!" and gave me a little terra cotta flower urn with the word Suasi hand painted on it....

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Boulder, Colorado
Reviewed 19 October 2010

Isla Suasi is more than a nice hotel, it is an experience. The accomodations, the food and the staff are all top-notch. The place is so relaxing that you could sit and read a book all day and just appreciate the view. Or, if you are someone who can´t sit still, you can go hiking to watch the sunset or...

Thank sgmartens
Toronto, Canada
Reviewed 17 October 2010

Travelling to Isla Suasi was one of the highlights of Peru - it is an island that represents peace, tranquility, spirit and energy. The two hour boat trip gives you time to take in the views, relax and become focused on your surroundings and generate excitement for your island visit. Upon arrival, you are greeted by the island's hotel manager,...

Thank Allie6278
Reviewed 13 September 2010

Fantastic location, excellent staff, good food, breathtaking sunset

Thank mattbull
Reviewed 8 August 2010

So beautiful, so peaceful, so quiet, Excellent service, a wonderful place on earth

Thank IngvarC
Aalst, Belgium
Reviewed 20 July 2010

Coming in from Puno, it takes about 3 hours by boat to get to suasi island, on the way you stop at the floating islands (interesting but close to become a tourist trap) and at taquile island (where also the local people 'do their thing' for you, where after the performance you're of course asked to contribute a bit of...

Thank yvakat
CasaAndina_GR, Propietario at Isla Suasi Hotel, responded to this review

Dear Guest, Thank you for choosing Casa Andina as part of your experience in Puno. On behalf of Mr. Alex Custer, or hotel manager, we apologize if you felt somehow unattended during your stay in Suasi. We sincerely regret not being able to meet your food and beverage expectations on this opportunity. However, we appreciate your comments and the opportunity...

Fox Island, Washington
Reviewed 4 July 2010

We spent 12 days in Peru, and this was our last stop. All we can say is that I wish we had known what we were in for, we would have spent longer. When we got to the island, 13 people were leaving, which left our family of 3, the only inhabitants for the next evening. We had no idea...

Thank Steve-FoxIsland
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 11 June 2010

After a week of touring Incan sites and cities, we spent three days at Casa Andina on Suasi Island. It was the perfect place to relax. The setting of Lake Titicaca was beautiful and seeing the wild vicuna as we landed was an added bonus. The new manager, Alex, made us feel very welcome and infected us with his enthusiasm...

Thank VeteranTravelers
Reviewed 9 June 2010

This hotel is part of a chain but is should not be compared with other hotels as it is unique due to the location and how the hotel is run (solar power). We loved it because it was different and the island is beautiful. It's quiet and a perfect place to relax watching amazing sunsets or just walking around the...

Thank UKHoli

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
A solar-powered ecolodge on remote and uniquely beautiful Isla Suasi-the only private island in massive Lake Titicaca, the world's highest navigable body of water. Featuring panoramic lake views from every room, surrounded by terraced gardens and designed with native materials (stone, adobe and thatched roofs) to blend into the island, the lodge is committed to being green. ... more   less 

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Address: | Isla Suasi, Lago Titicaca, Puno, Peru
Region: Peru > Puno Region > Puno
Price Range: $222 - $278 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Isla Suasi Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 23
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Also Known As:
Casa Andina Private Collection Isla Suasi Hotel Puno
Hotel Style:
#2 On the Beach Hotel in Puno
#3 Romantic Hotel in Puno
#4 Family Hotel in Puno
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“Make sure you request a room with a fireplace”
 of 5 bubbles 309brianv, 22 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Not environmentally friendly, avoid the roof (things live and scurry on it)”
 of 5 bubbles 546tristank, 13 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Look for a room on the second floor with sunroof to enjoy a great stars view.”
 of 5 bubbles katyus19, 12 Jun 2016 | Read review
“2nd floor rooms are bigger, have the skylight and a small wood burning stove to add to the hot water bottles provided.”
 of 5 bubbles T0H0, 12 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Request a room with a wood burner as even in high season it gets chilly at night”
 of 5 bubbles no_leenf, 23 Feb 2016 | Read review
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