Arequipa

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Casa Arequipa
8
2 reviews
The individually designed rooms at this neoclassical boutique hotel are all decked out in luxuriously high-quality motifs and bedding—every last detail has been considered and applied. — Fodor's
Costa del Sol Wyndham Arequipa
8
4 reviews
The bright yellow and orange lobby with formal mirrors and Peruvian murals of market scenes welcomes guests at this 1940s-built Arequipa hotel. — Travel + Leisure
Casa Andina Premium Arequipa
8
2 reviews
Occupying the former Casa de la Moneda (Mint), this is one of Arequipa’s more noteworthy hotels. — The Telegraph
Hotel San Agustin Posada del Monasterio
8
2 reviews
On a prime pedestrian corner, this hotel gracefully inhabits an architectural mix-and-match building combining the best of the Old and New Worlds, especially popular with European tour groups. — Lonely Planet
La Hosteria
8
2 reviews
Worth every sol is this picturesque colonial hotel with a flower-bedecked courtyard, light and quiet rooms (with minibar), carefully chosen antiques, a sunny terrace and a lounge — Lonely Planet
Hotel Casona Solar
7
1 review
Live like a colonial caballero (gentleman) in this gorgeous ‘secret garden’ situated – incredibly given its tranquility – only three blocks from the main square. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Boutique Villa Elisa
7
1 review
This family-owned boutique hotel is as welcoming as a visit to old friends, with its charming rooms, comfortable beds, pretty gardens, friendly staff, and delicious breakfast — Fodor's
Hotel La Casa de mi Abuela
7
2 reviews
An old stone wall circles this famous budget-traveler haunt and its extensive gardens, just a five- to seven-minute walk from the Plaza de Armas. — Fodor's
La Casa de Melgar Hostal
7
2 reviews
Housed in an 18th-century building, this hotel is nonetheless fitted with all the expected modern comforts. — Lonely Planet
Casa Andina Standard Arequipa
7
2 reviews
The Peruvian equivalent to a Holiday Inn, the cookie-cutter rooms, nicely decorated with Andean textiles, are comfortable but basic. — Fodor's
Orkkowasi Casa de Montana
7
1 review
The quiet rooms upstairs are clean and spacious with sofas, desks, flatscreen TVs and comfy beds – no springs digging into your ribs! – and modern where it counts. — Lonely Planet
Hostal Nunez
7
1 review
On a street full of not-so-great guesthouses, this secure, friendly hostel is always stuffed with gringos. — Lonely Planet
La Posada del Puente
7
1 review
Dipping down to the river, the extensive gardens of this high-end hotel make for a tranquil setting that’s surprisingly removed from the bustling traffic above. — Lonely Planet
La Maison d' Elise
7
1 review
An elegant colonial mansion retreat just north of the Puente Grau bridge. Rooms have telephones, fridges and cable TV. — Lonely Planet
Posada Nueva Espana
7
1 review
This distinguished 19th-century colonial house has just more than a dozen rooms with solar hot showers. — Lonely Planet
Casablanca Hostal
7
1 review
The New York Times’ ‘Frugal Traveler’ wasn’t the only budget-seeker to marvel at what he was getting for his money in this place. — Lonely Planet
Queen's Villa Hotel Boutique
7
1 review
In the up-and-coming Vallecito neighborhood, a short hike from the center (and removed from its noise), this boutique hotel has a resortlike pool area, leafy gardens, and a terrace with views. — Fodor's
Hostal Santa Catalina
7
1 review
With a loyal following of repeat customers (mostly European), this very basic, bright-yellow hostel is very much like a youth hostel (minus the youth part), and has both shared and private quarters. — Fodor's
The Point
7
1 review
One of five Point backpackers hostels in Peru, this one is two blocks from the main square — Lonely Planet
Hostal Solar
7
1 review
This snazzy pick is clean and airy, with contemporary decor. Prices include airport pickup and a buffet breakfast served on the rooftop terrace. — Lonely Planet
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