We stayed one night last week (in the Peruvian winter). Although still pretty warm by UK summer standards! The hotel was very quiet but very clean and comfortable. The food was good and the service excellent. We stayed in the old house which was restored magnificently after the 2007 earthquake to a very high standard
When you go don't miss the tour of the tunnels which is fascinating and not the sort of thing you will find at very many hotels around the world.
The amenities for children are pretty good and looks a very safe place for a few days away with the family - playground, swimming pool - albeit not as bright and shiny as you may find in Europe.
If they developed the hotel further it would be a fantastic and no doubt expensive place to stay - as it is it remains affordable and a bit of luxury.
I suspect if you go back in 10 years time you will find it has moved upmarket and beyond most people's price bracket! So go soon.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking