It is a beautiful colonial building, which a gorgeous pink facade. The rooms are very spacious, with large windows overlooking the gardens. The hotel staff are nice and always willing to lend any assistance. Although it's not in the centre of Arequipa, it's 10 minutes walk from the Plaza de Armas. It has a very nice garden, with a great view of the Misti Volcano (weather permitting), with a large pool, and an area in which there are llamas and alpacas.
It is built in a 16th century mansion, the hotel is accessed by a large gate which leads to a covered patio. Breakfast is served in the courtyard. On this floor is the reception, restaurant and cafeteria, there an access point for Internet. The hotel has a new part with standard rooms on the top floor there are superior rooms, these rooms are each decorated differently, being in the colonial part of the building, they have very high ceilings and some walls three feet thick. It is a beautiful hotel and the staff is very friendly, you indicate how to get anywhere, I recommend places to visit. The hotel is located right in the historic center of Cuzco, Plaza de Armas and the Cathedral are a three minute walk.
This hotel was originally a Spanish noble's mansion, it was the Marquis of Picoaga who came to Cuzco in the 17th century. Now it's a four-star hotel which is in a new area in the old part of the hotel are the colonial rooms arranged around a central courtyard, with antique furniture.
On the outskirts of Lima, on the central road is El Pueblo Hotel. It has a very welcoming atmosphere and has 2 cable cars to ferry guests to their bungalows. It is as the name says a small village with mayor included, that's what makes it very special. There are several types of restaurants, various shops, cafes, a chapel, swimming pool, mini zoo, tennis court, etc. You will feel at home here.
This is the only 5-star hotel in the village of Aguas Calientes. From here, there are buses which depart for Machu Picchu. The hotel is only 20 minutes from the sanctuary, located at the end of the village with lovely views of the mountains and the Urubamba River. At night, they have to close the terrace because teh noise from the river is impressive! The hotel is decorated in the traditional Inca style. The hotel has a lovely staff of receptionists, waiters, porters, and even the manager. The hotel also holds Peruvian cooking courses in case you're interested.
This seaside hotel faces the endless sky of Pacasmayo, one of the world's best spots for surfing, windsurfing and kite surfing. Even if you're not into water sports, this is a great place to rest and relax surrounded lot of tranquility. The comfortable rooms have minibar, cable TV, wireless internet and a private terrace with a spectacular view. The restaurant's dishes have the typical touch of northern flavor and why the food has gained much prestige in Peru lately. Particularly striking is the friendliness of the staff. There is nothing better for the spirit than to sit on the terrace facing the sea and enjoy a sunset in Pacasmayo!!
If I have to pick one serious thing about this hotel it would be the impeccable service. It was cordial without seeming like they were a bunch of kiss ups.
The room was pretty big. We stayed in a nice room and then the Presidential Suite. It was bigger than my house!
The rooftop pool was awesome and the breakfast and brunch restaurant was charming with luxury views of the beach. Three minutes walk away from the best shopping in Arcomar.
I recommend this hotel without a doubt.
Mariel Hotel is a first class hotel that's supervised by its own owners who will ensure that your stay is better than you expected. Perfectly located opposite the Indian Handicraft markets, 3 blocks from Central Park of Miraflores, and Larcomar is only 10 blocks away. Lima Mariel Hotel is a quiet and comfortable place to relax, where you can have wireless Internet in the room, a charming lounge bar and enjoy our famous cuisine.
The complex is located in the Colca Canyon about 30 minutes from Chivay. Access is a little difficult because it's away from the people of the area but also to enjoy maximum peace and quiet. The rooms are very comfortable but no TV, no mini-bar, and Internet, and the hotel is designed to disconnect, just no internet at the reception. Best of all are the hot springs on the banks of the river. There are 3 pools, at 20, 37 and 40 degrees (the water leaves the fountain at 80!). We were told that it was nice at night, so after dinner we took a swim. Cracking!. The hotel also has a great spa ( spa-Colca-lodge.)
The Hotel Terra Andina is located in the historic center of Cuzco, Peru, just half a kilometer from the Main Square, one kilometer from the Koricancha, and 10 kilometers from the Sacsayhuaman Hotel. Their restaurant and bar are open all day, and they have a health spa, in-room WiFi, cable TV, smoking, safe.
The Sonesta Hotel is located in an arcade right next to the Plaza de Armas. Its large roof terrace offers a spectacular view of the Plaza and the Cathedral; here you can enjoy refreshments and dinner. Rooms are spacious with wifi and minibar. The service and staff are excellent.
The Hotel Libertador Lake Titicaca is located in Puno, on Lake Titicaca, just 8 km from Kamizaraky Rock Pub. Buffet breakfast is served every morning, and it has a Uros Restaurant and Taquille Bar. It offers a gym, sauna, spa tub, and wired and wireless internet throughout the hotel. Its rooms have a coffeemaker and minibar.
In Cusco we went to Hostal Mallqui for $ 30 a night, we rented a double room with private bathroom and hot water. This hotel chain of the Amaru chain but $ 10 cheaper. We recommend it 100% . The staff are are very friendly, the hotel is clean and they didn´t charge for baggage when we went. Also, we liked the decor. We stayed in this hotel the nights of 26/12 and 28/12 to 31/12. The night of 27/12 was spent in Aguas Calientes. After we were through Puno and Copacabana and in the end we went back to Cusco on the last night because from there we went back to the plane.
The Poncianas Hotel is located in Casma, Peru's north coast, just 5 blocks from the Plaza de Armas. It is well-equipped with 45 rooms, 2 swimming pools, inclduing one that is Olypmic size, restaurant, convention center, sauna, garages, sport slab, board games, games for kids, wi-fi, etc.. The hotel invites you to go for a visit to the ancient ruins of Sechin, Chanquillo Fortress and beautiful beaches like the Spa Turtle and Gramita. http://www.lasponcianashotel.com e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZ1paqvIy2s
Last year I went on a trip to the ruins of Machu Picchu and found a spot at Km 104, the hydroelectric dam at Machu Picchu, where I stayed with my family for two days, the first photo is a view from the ruins to the river Vilcanota. At that moment here is a path towards Machupicchu, which is an hour away on foot. From there you can go up to the Sun Gate
The guest house - Churup hostel is a great option to stay in the magical city of Huaraz. The house is managed by its owners and with a family, has a huge living room with large windows that look out at the spectacular Cordillera Blanca. Although the rooms are very well equipped and comfortable, the living room when the fireplace is on, is the best place to relax after a long day of trekking. The sunset views from there are amazing. In addition to being a wonderful spot, the value is excellent.
The Río Alto Hotel in Lunahuaná is one of the best places to stay in Lunahuan. The hotel has a warm, familiar atmosphere, has 23 rooms with no frills but very comfortable. It is located along the Cañete river, half a kilometer from the village. Its environment is beautiful and quiet, and has a large garden with a swimming pool.
The beautiful, little Amerinka Boutique Hotel is very well located in Cusco, just a few blocks from Central Square, at Av Marquez 272, and the railway station that leads to the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu. It is located in the historic colonial Casco Monumental, so you can easily explore the city and at night, especially, the walks are wonderful. An easy and leisurely walk to museums, churches, squares, monuments and to places off the beaten path to discover some unusual places. The service is polite and thoughtful. It's a very nice place. The rooms are spacious and the public spaces are very warmly decorated.
It is a 3 star hotel situated close to the Plaza de Armas (about two blocks away), is super cozy with very nice interior courtyards. The price is quite affordable as they are about 65 euros a night for the double room including breakfast buffet. The hotel has internet (Wi-fi). It has a big living room with fireplace and a library, as well as games.
One of those hotels with charm, thanks to its location rather than the hotel itself. Facing the Pacific Ocean, surrounded by three bays, one used as a spa because of the high iron content in the sand. Very close to one of the greatest archaeological settlements on the south coast of Peru: Puerto Inca. Almost every room (double and single) has beautiful ocean views. It has a hostel and camp site, playground, games zone, and swings. In addition there's water sports, and Mercers for trekking. Great place, base camp to explore a fantastic natural and archaeological area. To get there, go around Panamericana Sur, take the detour, sign-posted at 610km.