Peru Hotels

As a major tourist destination, Peru has a wide array of accommodations suited for every traveler’s budget and needs.

Luxury Hotels and Peru Resorts

In the major cities, tourist attractions and national parks of Peru, luxury hotels and resorts abound. Lima, Arequipa, Cusco, Machu Picchu and the Amazonian parks all have world-class accommodations-for a price. If you are willing to shell out, resorts and fancy hotels have richly-furnished rooms, professional, English-speaking staff, and varied amenities. For a more relaxed setting, you should check out the luxury options on the outskirts of major cities. Business hotels cluster downtown.

Budget Hotels and Hostels

You do not have to spend a bundle to get a good night’s sleep in Peru. Hostels can be found in every city and most smaller towns. Many will have a range of options, such as private and dorm rooms, and rooms with shared and private bathrooms. In the warmer parts of Peru, budget hotels should still provide mosquito nets for guests, as the presence of malaria and dengue fever make it a matter of safety.


Like the rest of Latin America, Peru was once home to many haciendas, elegant country estate homes owned by wealthy citizens during the colonial and republican periods. Some haciendas were administrative centers from which a single family could rule dozens of indigenous villages like medieval dukes. Although historically linked to oppression and exploitation of indigenous society, there is no denying that the stately buildings, often with balconies, gardens, stables and courtyards, are tranquil, beautiful and well worth a visit.

In some countries, such as Ecuador, many haciendas have been turned into first-rate guest homes. Unfortunately for Peru, many of the country’s most attractive haciendas were taken over by the government between 1968 and 1972, during the agrarian reforms of President Juan Velasco. Many of the best haciendas were given over to cooperatives, which allowed them to deteriorate into rubble, and some were looted and burned. In the best of cases, the marvelous old buildings were merely neglected. A few haciendas have survived, however and, due to the booming tourism industry in Peru, they have been refurbished and marketed as hotels. Areas of high tourist traffic are seeing more and more of them, especially in the Sacred Valley near Cusco.

Most of the haciendas in Peru are in the upper-middle price range. Many offer a wide range of activities, from mountain biking to horseback riding, as well as tranquil gardens, terraces and beautiful rooms. If a stay at a colonial hacienda is within your budget, it is certainly worth it to check one out.


Eco-tourism in Peru has boomed in the last decade, and, as a result many eco-lodges have sprung up around the country. However, many hotels masquerade as eco-lodges without following any basic steps of ecological protection; make sure that the lodge really does take measures to minimize their effect on the environment. See Eco-Tourism in Peru for more information.


Spa and relaxation tourism is growing internationally, and Peru is no exception. Many travelers come to Latin America eager to spend a night or two at a spa, where a day of massages, Jacuzzis and mud baths costs a mere fraction of what it would at home. Most spas in Peru offer a variety of massages, steam rooms, aromatherapy and Jacuzzis. Some offer yoga, specialized treatments, sound therapy, mud baths and more. Every spa has its own specialties, so check what services they feature before you go. Generally, massages and other treatments can be ordered individually, or as part of a package.


In a country with such distinctive landscapes and cultures, many visitors look for more intimate and unique accommodations while in Peru. Camping is available at some of the national parks, and in most small towns someone will let you camp on his or her property. Costs are low, and sometimes you will find a place to camp for free. Formal campsites sometimes have bathroom and cooking facilities.

Many people camp while doing multi-day hikes or outdoor activities such as biking or whitewater rafting. Often these multi-day trips are organized by tour operators, who will provide all equipment (tent, sleeping bag, camping stove etc.). If you are camping independently however, the tourist hubs of Cusco, Lima, Arequipa and Huaraz all have camping shops where you can hire or buy whatever you need. If you’re trying to save on costs, bring your own equipment from home.

If you plan on camping independently make sure you place your tent in a safe place and that (ideally) the campground has a place to lock up valuables. People have been known to camp on the beach in Peru, but this can be dangerous; ask locally if it safe to do so.

  • Hostal Santa María
    Located a half block from the Catedral on the Plaza de Armas, amongst churches and Inca walls, Hostal Santa Maria is in a privileged location. Particularly pleasant is the second floor dining room where you can sit and marvel at La Compañía de Jesus church from a closer and more elevated angle th
  • Hotel Libertador
    The Libertador hotel chain is one of Peru's most prestigious and luxurious, and the Hotel Libertador Puno is no exception. The hotel is located on Lake Titicaca, on Estéves Island, not far from downtown Puno. Every one of its 123 decadent rooms has a wonderful view, most of them of the lake. The h
  • Hotel Monasterio
    Owned and operated by the prestigious Orient Express Hotels group, the Monasterio is the most luxurious hotel in Cusco. Two blocks north of the Plaza de Armas, the hotel complex was formerly the San Antonio Abad seminary, built over 300 years ago and which until recently served as an actual monaste
  • Hostal Rumi Punku
    Hotel Rumi Punku is an attractive hotel in old Cusco. Rumi Punku means â??stone doorâ? in Quechua: the entrance to the hotel leads through an ancient stone door, obviously of Inca design. The do
  • El Manzano
    The small, charming El Manzano Guest House is away from Puno's bustling center, near the port and bus terminals. The basic rooms are comfortable and have private or shared bath with solar-heated water. The hostel helps its guests relax after sightseeing days: a nice courtyard garden, sunny dining
  • Sumac Wasi
    Sumac Wasi (Beautiful House) is in a large, 400-year-old colonial house located 50 meters from the main square, in the heart of the Cusco city. It has comfortable and pleasant rooms with private bathrooms, 24-hour hot water, heaters and televisions. Continental breakfast is part of the price for
  • Hotel Libertador Palacio del Inka, Cusco
    Hotel Libertador Palacio del Inka is located within the ancient city of Cusco, facing the impressive Qoricancha, or Temple of the Sun. Its 254 rooms have been especially designed to make your stay unique. You can enjoy excellent modern Andean and international cuisine in the Inti Raymi restaurant,
  • Mochica's Bed and Breakfast
    Mochica's Bed and Breakfast has a familiar and comfortable atmosphere, making travelers feel at home during their stay. The comfortable rooms are nicely decorated and come with a private bathroom and closet. Its friendly staff and low rates make it a good choice while in Trujillo. All the prices in
  • Sonesta Posada del Inca
    Owned and operated by the international Sonesta chain, Posada del Inca is strategically located right in the center of old Cusco. The rooms are bright and airy, there is a relaxing lounge with a fir
  • Hotel Laguna Seca
    Hotel Laguna Seca's main selling point is its location. Surrounded by lush green countryside, it is located so near to the Inca Baths that there are thermal pools on the property; the thermal waters are even pumped into the hotel's rooms, allowing you to enjoy a private thermal bath. As well as thr
  • Posada del Puruay
    Set in the countryside just outside of Cajamarca, this quaint Spanish hacienda was originally built in 1822 and offers a wholly relaxing and charming getaway. Its owners renovated the hotel in the 1990s, making sure to stay true to its colonial heritage. The 14 spacious rooms are all unique
  • Hotel Huaraz
    A single room here costs $7-25, depending on the season, and they are more than adequate; clean, comfortable and congenial. Rooms come with cable TV, and the hotel itself has a common-area kitchen, conference room, garage and laundry service. If you are willing to spend a little more, you can score
  • The Lazy Dog Inn
    An ecological adobe lodge, the Lazy Dog Inn has small cabins with fireplaces, home-cooked meals, horses, an outdoor firepit and community volunteer projects, all set in gorgeous surroundings. The lodge is run by a Canadian couple who have been living in Peru for over 10 years. Rooms are spacious an
  • Hostal Maison Plaza
    The three-star Hostal Maison Plaza is right on the Plaza de Armas and its terrace offers a great view of such. The rooms themselves are a combination of neo-classical and modern design, and are attractive and comfortable. Apart from the usual amenities, such as cable TV, telephone, fax, laundry s
  • Hostal Concorde SRL
    This competent two-star facility close to downtown offers decent single, double and triple rooms. All rooms have private baths, cable TV and WiFi. You'll have to go elsewhere for breakfast however.
  • Taquile Hostal
    The Taquile Hostal is only a few blocks from the main square in Puno and offers comfortable single and double rooms. This is complete with hot water, TV, laundry service, safety boxes, and a continental breakfast. The place is very clean, and the management has tried to add a little bit of creativ
  • Helena Inn Hostal
    Helena Inn is one of the few three-star facilities in Puno, for those wanting to spend a little bit more for a higher-quality stay while anticipating a trip to Lake Titicaca. This hostel, just two blocks north of Puno's main square, is not a disappointment. The design and décor is a slightly more
  • Hotel Piramide
    This relatively new hotel is surprisingly expensive for a city that isn't. They are a bit small, but clean and pleasant to look at. The Hotel Piramide also offers a nice view of the Huascarán, Peru's highest mountain, and the Sacred Valley, the Hospedaje los Jardines is a very pleasant and reasonably
  • Hospedaje Mach'a Wasi
    In the town of Urubamba, Mach'a Wasi is a convenient and comfortable place for visitors to stay while exploring the natural, historic and cultural wonders of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. At an altitude of 2875 meters a.s.l., it is easier for visitors to acclimatize to higher altitudes in the Ande
  • Hostal Luquini
    At Hostal Luquini, you have the option staying in a single room with shared or private bathroom, or in a double room with a private bath. The rooms are serviceable and clean, and come with cable TV. There is a nice patio inside the hostel, and the rooms are well insulated from most street noise
  • The Royal Inn
    The Royal Inn is one of Juliaca's more upscale accommodation choices. Just one block from Plaza Bolognesi, this hotel is suited to travelers who find themselves in this city for pleasure or for business. It offers clean, spacious rooms equipped with mini-fridge (extra charge), cable TV, WiFi an
  • Hotel Sakura
    Hotel Sakura, located a half-block from Plaza Bolognesi, provides good, clean rooms with private, hot-water bathrooms and cable TV. Singles, doubles and triples are available. This hostel also provides such two-star amenities as WiFi, fax and telephone services. The rates include a continental
  • Hotel Colomba
    Peaceful and spacious, Hotel Colomba has accommodations in bungalows spread throughout appealing, plant-filled gardens. It's a good option for families, as facilities include a small football court, basketball court, children's play area, and pool and table tennis tables. There's also a small gym.
  • Hostel Casona Solar
    Hostal Casona Solar offers the best of both worlds: the beauty of Arequipa's white-stone, colonial architecture and modern bathrooms. Constructed in 1702, the building has high-arched roofs and large doors. As you would expect of any mansion, there are several garden courtyards and a fireplace. The
  • El Abuelo Hostal
    This modern three-star facility, like the restaurant whose name it shares, is easily the best of its kind in Carhuaz, complete with a stylish garden in the back, with fruit trees and colorful flowers. However, expect to pay accordingly—a single room starts at $33. El Abuelo Hostal does have tel
  • Hacienda Plaza de Armas
    A 3-Star Hotel with visitor satisfaction as the main goal. Rooms are all carpeted and include 24 Hours of hot water, cable TV, internet, telephone, American Breakfasts, etc...
  • Hostal Yungay
    Rooms start at $5, and the owners are proud to let you know that the price includes a private bath, hot water, color TV, 24-hour service and security. For an extra cost, they also offer laundry service. Overall, these are decent quality rooms, clean, with fairly new beds. It also has the convenience
  • Hotel Huascaran
    This hostel, just on the edge of the city of Yungay, charges $10 per night for a double private room with a bathroom and cable TV. The rooms are above average, and the hotel offers free laundry service and parking. The facility itself is not high on design, but satisfyingly utilitarian.
  • Inka Frog Hostel
    The hostel has brand new equipment and pleasant decorations. Rooms are equipped with cable TV, safe deposit box, radio-alarm clock and walk-in closets. Inka Frog also has a deluxe floor with en-suite double rooms, triples and group rooms, all with private bathrooms and TVs. There is also the backpa
  • Residencial el Faro
    More along the lines of a U.S. beach motel than hostel, the rooms at the Faro Inn Hostel are loaded with simple features and have a bland décor. All 20 of the hostel's rooms come with a TV and queen-sized bed, and features such as a small refrigerator and larger closets come as you move from stand
  • Stop & Drop Lima Backpacker Hotel & Guest House
    Part surf haven, part hotel, Stop and Drop might feel a bit more like crashing at a friend's house. Rooms and common areas are basic, but the service is friendly and knowledgeable. Stop and Drop offers a number of services, including Spanish and/or surf lessons, personal lockers in each room, cable
  • One Hostel
    One Hostel was created by a family of travelers who offer you a once-in-a-lifetime experience. This hostel is a house from the early 1900s, with a choice of rooms ranging in size from double, twins to six-beds dormitories. All beds come with a pillow and clean bed linen provided on arrival. The bra
  • Hostal Belén
    If you can book a room in this former military officers' club turned hostel and restaurant, consider yourself lucky: it has only ten rooms. Rooms come with private bathrooms, hot running water and cable TV, and all in an elegant, classy environment. The hotel has its own cafeteria, and is located i
  • Hospedaje Luciana
    Hospedaje Luciana's main advantage for those seeking a bargain while visiting Puerto Maldonado is its fresh, clean rooms, all of which have bathrooms, new beds and new bedspreads. There are no televisions, but the owners promise that such amenities as laundry service and a cafeteria will be added s
  • Mad Mick's Bunkhouse
    Mad Mick's is simple, clean and cheap. It has eight beds and is reasonably quiet, despite its central location. The showers are cold and there is no kitchen, but your backpack can be securely stowed away in the large lockers under your bed. Mad Mick, an English expat, is a likable guy. He rents jun
  • El Plaza
    Near the historic Plaza San Martin, of which the rooms provide a view, Hotel El Plaza is one of the best deals in Lima. It offers nearly first class-hotel rooms at hostel rates. This was in fact, once upon a time, one of Lima's premier hotels. It is still well-maintained and, for the price, you not
  • La Posada del Cacique
    A laid-back hostel in a colonial-style building with a large patio, La Posada del Cacique offers a lounge, kitchen and internet. Rooms come with a private or shared bath. Prices include tax.
  • Posada Hospedaje Gino
    A small hostel with a family atmosphere, Posada Hospedaje Gino is one of the few true budget options that survived the 2007 Pisco earthquake. The owner, Gino, provides six rooms that are a bit small and sparsely furnished, but clean and with cable TV (a recent upgrade) and private hot-water bathroo
  • Friend's House
    Since 2004, Friend's House has been providing a clean and comfortable place for backpackers to lay their heads. This hostel offers dormitories and private rooms, with en-suite bathrooms. The pleasant roof terrace with sofas and plants is a great place to kick back for a while. There is also a kit
  • Caraz Dulzura Hostal
    11 clean, cool rooms are set around a pleasant interior patio, all with private bath and hot water. There's also a restaurant, bar, luggage storage and laundry service, and breakfast is included. It's a little further away from the center of town (10 blocks north-west of the Plaza de Armas) but a m
  • Los Pinos Lodge
    The Los Pinos Lodge is one of the most attractive and appealing accommodations in Caraz, largely due to the creative enthusiasm that its owner, Luís Rojas Lara, brings to the facility. The common area features an extensive library of books and maps, as well as DVDs and internet service. The cafete
  • Hostal Perla de los Andes
    With its three-story, neo-classical design and location facing the Plaza de Armas, this three-star hotel should be a perennial favorite for travelers for some time to come. Among its amenities are a restaurant, room service, cable TV, hot water both day and night, and international call service.
  • Sumaq Macchu Picchu Hotel
    Sumaq Macchu Picchu Hotel is an exclusive luxury hotel at the base of Macchu Picchu. This four-star hotel blends in well with its location: everything from the architecture to the cuisine borrow from Andean influences. The exterior design aims to blend with the landscape, while interior decorations
  • Hospedaje La Bahía
    This mid-range hostel in the Abraham Aguirre Apaza business district offers better-than-average rooms, complete with television, table, dresser and even a telephone. Breakfast is also included. There is a mini convenience shop where you can pick up such tourist staples as sunblock, toothpaste and r
  • Hotel Marquez de Valdelirios
    Built in 1947, this charming colonial-style hotel across from Plaza Mayor offers quiet rooms built around a central grassy yard. The main lobby has a regal feel with gold accents and a chandelier, while the rooms are clean and nicely decorated. Hot water, TVs with cable and breakfast is all include
  • Susan's Hotel
    Located in front of Plaza Huamanmarca and the local Municipalidad, this hotel is basic, but clean and comfortable, with nice views from the upper floors of the nearby blue dome of the Iglesia de Imaculado and the surrounding hills. All rooms have private bathrooms with hot water, and TVs with cable
  • Hotel Turismo
    Located in the heart of Huancayo on Plaza Huamanmarca, Hotel Turismo offers first-class accommodations for travelers and business people alike. The rooms are tastefully decorated, with heating, private hot-water baths, telephone and cable TV. Also, there is room service, WiFi access throughout the
  • Hostal Baldeón
    For shoe-string travelers, Hospedaje Baldeon is one of the most affordable options in town. Conveniently located near the Catedral, this family-run hostel offers very basic, tiny rooms with slightly saggy beds, set around a narrow patio. Hot water is sometimes available upon request in the s
  • Hostal Victor
    Hostal Victor is a small hotel near Lima's Airport, which is very convenient due to the early departure of the flights going to Cusco. The hostel is very quiet and clean.
  • Hostal Ima Sumac
    This is one of the more mid-range hostels you will find along the tavern-and-tourist filled Avenida Pachacútec. There are only 14 rooms, all of them spacious, clean and appealing, and they are the main raison d'etre for the higher price. If you are looking for a more comfortable stay but don't wan
  • La Casona de Jerusalén Hospedaje
    Hostal La Casona de Jerusalén offers the best of both worlds: the beauty of Arequipa's white-stone, colonial architecture and modern bathrooms. Constructed in 1702, the building has high-arched roofs and large doors and calls itself “a beautifully restored colonial gentleman's house.” As
  • La Posada de Máncora
    This Hostelling Internacional facility lives up to the high and common standards of the organization. There is a shared area and a community kitchen, both providing ample opportunities for socializing, not to mention a bar. A row of rooms on one side of the building have their own hammocks outdoors
  • Hotel Del Wawa
    Fernando Paraud picked up the moniker, “Wawa,” a quechuan-based word for “little child” by always being the smallest in his class, and the name stuck even as he became a tall, hunky, world-renowned surfer, competing from Sydney to Santa Cruz. His reputation in his native Peru is
  • Amazon Apart Hotel
    Amazon Apart Hotel rents out 40 comfortable one- and two-bedroom suites and apartments in Iquitos. Both suites and apartments have air conditioning, LCD TV, free WiFi, mini-bar and a daily cleaning service. Apartments are additionally equipped with a kitchenette, living room and dining room. All gu
  • Hospedaje El Dorado
    Hospedaje El Dorado is an an old building teeming with character. All the guestrooms share common baths that are a bit worn but have hot water. Those rooms for solo travelers are on the first floor and a bit musty and claustrophobic. For pairs and groups, rooms on the second floor have views over t
  • Hospedaje Virgen del Carmen
    Hospedaje Virgen del Carmen is considered the best of Huancabamba. The front of the hostel is classic colonial architecture. A back addition has two levels of new, nicely tiled rooms. Some of these accommodations are on the small side, so ask to see a few rooms before settling. Both private and sha
  • Hotel Carlos V
    Rooms are fresher, cleaner and simply better than what you get at most cheaper hotels and hostels in the area, and they come with all the expected niceties, such as hot running water, cable TV, a continental breakfast, security boxes, and most importantly for Cusco's chilly evenings, heated rooms.
  • Loki Hostel Cusco
    In a beautifully restored, 450-year-old house, four seasoned travelers have created a backpackers' oasis. In a building with some interesting history (one of the biggest revolutions against the Spanish took place here), the owners have made Loki a combination of all the things they appreciate in a
  • The Garden House, Cusco
    The Garden House is a country haven located in the south of Cusco, approximately a 20 minute taxi ride from the city center. The balconies and garden terraces have commanding views over the former Inca capital. The rooms are large and well furnished, all with private bathrooms, hot water and extra-
  • Hotel Vallehermoso
    Hotel Vallehermoso is a great place to escape from the city and immerse yourself into nature. This family-run hotel offers comfortable rooms, furnished with hand-wrought, wooden furniture and private, hot-water bathrooms. Broad balconies provide views of the spectacular landscape. The onsite
  • Sandoval Lake Lodge
    Located deep in Peru's Tambopata National Reserve, Sandoval Lake Lodge sits on the shores of sparkling, palm-rimmed Sandoval Lake. The oxbow lake's immediate area is rich with bird and wildlife, including macaws, monkeys, caimans and giant otters. You have access to the lake at dawn and dusk, prime
  • Manu Wildlife Tented Camps
    For birders and wilderness enthusiasts, Manu Wildlife Tented Camp is located on the Manu River near Cocha Salvador­â??the largest and most beautiful of the 13 oxbow lakes of the Manu National Park. InkaNatura Travel owns and manages this tented camp. It offers different five to seven day touris
  • Hospedaje El Conde de Arce
    This quaint little hospedaje provides an inviting and tranquil atmosphere away from the bustle of Trujillo's city center. In addition to offering hot water and rates that are a fraction of those offered by neighboring establishments, Hospedaje El Conde de Arce also comes with Carmilla, the e
  • Hotel Don Carlos
    Don Carlos sits atop a small hill, providing a great view of the Tambopata Nature Reserve. It is one of the few high-priced, as well as one of the oldest, hotels in town. Besides the air-conditioned rooms and stocked fridges, it also offers an airport shuttle, a swimming pool, room service (which i
  • The Maldonado Wasai Eco-Lodge
    Taking advantage of Puerto Maldonado's reputation as one of the best places to go for jungle expeditions in Peru, the Wasai Eco-Lodge welcomes its guests with a thatched hut entrance worthy of a Tarzan movie. Its high-quality rooms are air conditioned and have awesome views of the Madre de D
  • Hotel CabañaQuinta
    Hotel CabañaQuinta is probably the most popular and recognized accommodation in all of Puerto Maldonado. Its selling points include air conditioning, stocked fridges in every room, free Internet access (including WiFi), a bar and restaurant, a sauna, a Jacuzzi, two swimming pools (one for little k
  • Hostel Colonial
    Small but attractive rooms and an inviting courtyard decorated with Huanchaco's reed boats set Hotel Colonial apart from other hotels in Trujillo. A small reading area located downstairs is the perfect place to thumb through guidebooks or plan an itinerary, and the hotel's restaurant/café will ens
  • Hostal Ensueño
    This is one of the cheaper hostels you will find in downtown Trujillo, and its main virtue for economy-minded travelers is the inexpensive proximity it provides to Trujillo's pleasant downtown. Other than that, the rooms are fairly basic. While it offers cable TV, many of the toilets do not even ha
  • Real Hotel Pizarro
    The Real Hotel Pizarro is close to Trujillo's main square and historic buildings, and offers its guests Internet access, breakfast, room service, and airport pick-up. Still, with all that, the single rooms offered here are singularly unattractive: small, cramped and narrow. The double-sized rooms a
  • Korianka Hotel
    The Korianka is not only a luxury hotel—and priced accordingly—but one that actively seeks to outdo the competition in Trujillo. The matrimonial suites have their very own Jacuzzis, and rooms come equipped with air conditioning rather than the more commonly found electric fans. Other amen
  • Peregrino Hotel
    Travelers in Trujillo looking for a more upscale accommodation and are willing to spend more for it should consider the Peregrino Hotel. Besides such usual amenities as cable TV (with DVD players) and breakfast, the rooms come with a fridge-bar. The hotel has its own restaurant and bar, a conferenc
  • Imperial Palace
    This high-quality, but affordable, hostel has clean, carpeted rooms, hot running water, safe-deposit boxes, laundry service and a restaurant that serves a variety of breakfasts, which are included in the price. The location is a short walking distance from the Plaza de Armas, and within the same n
  • Sol Innka Plaza
    With private rooms starting at $25, the Sol Innka Plaza should appeal to older travelers or those looking for an alternative to the standard backpacker lodging. The quality of the facility is first rate in terms of comfort, cleanliness, security and design. There are additional niceties (beyond the
  • Hotel Libertador Arequipa
    The Hotel Libertador chain is one of Peru's most luxurious, and its Arequipa hotel is no exception. Built in the 1940s, the hotel has the privilege of being on the peaceful Parque Selva Alegre, just five minutes away from the main square. The 88 rooms are spacious, comfortable and have been ele
  • Garcilaso Hotels
    We are two hotels located in the heart of Cusco, just one block from the main square. One of the hotels occupies part of the ancient house of Inca Garcilaso de la Vega (The Writer), where the regional Museum of Cusco is located. We hope to give our clients the best service. Our hotels have been
  • Buena Vista Hostal
    You will get one of the best panoramic views of the volcanoes and the city, plus a relaxed, comfortable stay at this hotel. It is in a quiet, safe area close to downtown (just five minutes by taxi or bus) and four blocks from the Mirador de Yanahuara. Relax in Buena Vista's mirador with asto
  • Veruska


    Veruska belongs to the Peruvian chain Koyllur. Our hotels warmth and our staff's hospitality allow guests to enjoy the wonderful experience of discovering the magic and splendor of the Andes.

  • Home Sweet Home
    This friendly hostel, run by the Montesinos family, is loved by backpackers and known for its big breakfasts, family atmosphere and cute rooms. The hostel offers dormitories and private rooms (including for couples). There is a community television and kitchen as well. The staff speaks English an
  • Casablanca Hostal
    Casablanca is a little more expensive than other hostels in the area, but you are more than compensated by the superb use of an authentic, exciting colonial facility made of lava pumice that evokes an aura of Spanish Gothic. This hostel even has a wine cellar. In addition, there is a large and plea
  • Hotel Libertador San Isidro Golf, Lima
    The Hotel Libertador faces the Golf Club. The 53 rooms have been decorated to provide the highest levels of comfort and quality. The Ostrich House Restaurant will dazzle you with the diversity of dishes and the Bar El Balcón will delight you with his special Pisco Sour. Wireless internet access, f
  • Presidente Hotel
    The Presidente Hotel has earned two-star expectations, but charges a rate more in common with three-star facilities. However, it justifies its higher prices with niceties such as Jacuzzi bathtubs in the rooms. The hotel sits between railroad tracks and the roaring Urubamba River, and offers great v
  • Helena de Santa Maria
    Helena de Santa María is at a bit removed from the center of Arequipa, rather being situated in a quiet residential (and very middle-class) neighborhood, a short distance from the Parque Libertad de Expresión. This is a new facility, with an attractive modern design, and clean, spacious rooms, al
  • Pirwa Hostel Bed and Breakfast
    Falling within the mid-range price for Cusco (though very cheap by euro and dollar standards), the Pirwa Bed and Breakfast is one of the best hostels in the Plaza de Armas area, and one of four hostels owned by Pirwa throughout Cusco. Owner Fernando Pilares deserves credit for both the creativity a
  • Teatro Inka Bed and Breakfast
    Located in the neighborhood just south of the Plaza de Armas, the Teatro Inka--named after Teatro Street, rather than an actual theatre--offers the luxury and quality you'd expect for a place whose rooms start at $40. Amenities include heat, cable TV, breakfast, medical assistance (in case of high
  • Hospedaje Granada
    There is little to recommend the Hospedaje Granada beyond its extremely low price: three dollars. There are 27 rooms and four bathrooms, but each room is outfitted with a basinilla, a small pot to urinate in. It has spare wooden floors, a common-area kitchen, and within its limited plumbing
  • Hospedaje Posada del Viajero
    The Hospedaje Posada del Viajero has an edge over its competitors in the same price range due to the freshness of its rooms and the newly constructed lounge and dining areas. Located within a building complex the Santa Catalina Ancha neighborhood, this inn also benefits from being at a distance fro
  • Hotel Emperador Plaza
    The Emperador Plaza is a three-star special with single rooms starting at $32 during the low season and $38 during the high season. This is less expensive than some of the other luxury hotels in the Plaza de Armas neighborhood, but it is still a luxury hotel, with plush, clean, modern, heated rooms
  • Hospedaje Emanuel
    This lodge south of the Plaza de Armas has only ten rooms and four bathrooms. Hospedaje Emanuel has a bar/cafeteria, hot water, luggage security, fax, mail and laundry service. For the ten to twelve dollars that you pay for a single room (depending on the season), the amenities might be enough to c
  • The Niños Hotel
    The very pleasant Niños Hotel has large, comfortable rooms, inside a neatly refurbished, heated and attractively styled colonial property. The rooms are not numbered, but named after children, accompanied by childhood photos provided by the hotel's owner Jolanda van den Berg. There is a reason for
  • La Casona Real
    La Casona Real is perhaps one of the best mid-range hotels in Cusco. Located only a stone's throw from the Plaza de Armas on Calle Procuradores (“Gringo Alley”), the rooms are spacious, elegant and impeccably clean. All rooms have comfortable beds, private modern baths, 24 hour hot water,
  • Casa Linda
    Casa Linda is a cozy and warm hostel located in Vallecito, a residential zone of Arequipa that is within walking distance of the Plaza de Armas. Each room has private bath with 24-hour hot water, cable TV and WiFi reception. The hostel has interior garden patios. The bilingual staff can help gues
  • Villa Mayor
    It is hard not to like this very attractive and upscale hotel which faces the peaceful Plaza Regocijo. If you are planning to spend a little more money during your stay in Cusco, then this is one of the more appealing options. In addition to everything you expect from a hotel at this price-includin
  • Rey Antares Mystic Hotel
    The more expensive room prices at the Rey Antares Mystic Hotel means a little bit extra, spiritually speaking. For interested guests, manager Yarly la Torre offers access to local shamans who will facilitate Earth ceremonies, and on its top floor the hotel has a salon for meditation and yoga. The R
  • Machu Picchu Suites
    Machu Picchu Suites is a comfortable and affordable apartment-hotel hidden in the heart of the San Miguel district of Lima. The combination of a furnished apartment and warm atmosphere combined with hotel services make the Machu Picchu Suites an excellent choice for a stay in Lima. The 20 suites' â
  • Hostal Mandor
    This is another small, efficient, clean hostel on the popular and touristy Avenida Pachacútec, ideal for travelers who want to be close to everything before and/or after their Machu Picchu ascent. The rooms and bathrooms are small; indeed, it seems that the shower stalls are right over the toilet
  • Hospedaje Sambleño
    Around the corner from the Plazoleta San Blas, Hospedaje Sambleño offers a cheap price in a great location. You can buy breakfast for a little extra at its own in-house Niña Niña restaurant. The rooms are spare and even a bit stale, with bare wooden floors. When we visited it, the receptionist w
  • Hostal la Merced
    This efficient and relatively cheap hostel is adequate if you don't expect too much and can put up with one curious idiosyncrasy: there is a 40-gallon container of water in every bathroom. Why? Due to a limited infrastructure, the city of Carhuaz shuts off its water supply between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.
  • Mirador Hanan Qosco
    This simple but well-maintained hostel situated along the cobblestone Qoricalle has the same attraction as its competitors: cheap rooms within walking distance to both the Plaza de Armas and San Blas. The rooms and beds are slightly more stylish than what you would expect at this price, though you
  • Teqsiqocha Hostal
    As that old song goes, â??you gotta have a gimmick,â? and for Tecsecocha it is that each room is outfitted with Castilian-Rococo furniture, which may or may not be authentic. There are fancy bedspreads, too, which might lead you to overlook the threadbare quality of the rooms themselves. The man
  • Munay Wasi
    If your main priorities for a hotel are cheap and secure rooms, you might want to choose the Munay Wasi. Apart from its proximity to the best of Cusco, the cost and security are its main assets. It boasts of being in an “old colonial building,” though some might be put off by the flies in
  • Hospedaje El Artesano de San Blas
    If you stroll up Cuesta San Blas and keep heading north, the name changes to Suytucato, and on your left you will see the sign for the Hospedaje El Artesano de San Blas, one of the best little secrets for those really wanting a bargain without giving up a decent night's comfort. This is a first-rat
  • Hospedaje Inka
    This hostel is located at the very summit of Suytuccato on the path leading north from San Blas. Owner Américo Pacheco will welcome you into his rustic Hospedaje Inka, a former ranch home now serving as a backpacker palace. There's a communal kitchen, BBQ, free internet, Wi-Fi and-unusually for a
  • Hostal Machu Picchu
    This is right next door the Presidente Hotel, is managed by the same company, and very much resembles it except that by defining itself as a "hostel" rather than "hotel," and virtually functions as the no-frills version of its more expensive neighbor. The prices--single rooms go for $30 and doubles
  • Mirador de la Ñusta
    This hostel is blessed with one of the best spots in Cusco: at the head of the fountain of Plazoleta de San Blas. There is a nice garden patio inside, and the rooms are clean, comfortable and attractive. Breakfast is offered by request, and laundry is also included in the price. The owner, Daríos
  • Hostal Casa Grande
    Many hostels use â??family-managedâ? as a selling point, but Hostal Casa Grande is one of the few in which it has some real meaning In a 19th century building constructed over what once was the Palace of Inca Yupanqui and featuring actual Inca-era blocks in its courtyard, the Casa Grande is mana
  • Hotel Cáceres
    The fancy-lettered sign for this place is sure to catch your gaze, but the entrance might be the most promising feature of this low-cost facility. Hotel Cáceres promises â??comfortable rooms,â? with or without private bathrooms, and many of the same amenities that you will find in competing ho
  • Andes Lodge Peru
    The Andes Lodge Peru is located in the traditional village of Yanama, just 20 minutes outside the Huascaran National Park, and four hours' drive from Huarez. It serves as a good base from which to explore the surrounding countryside and mountains; it's close to the starting point for the Santa Cruz
  • Soul Mate Inn Hotel
    The Soul Mate Inn Hotel offers comfortable rooms, a cafeteria, a select bar, facilities for social activities and special events (for up to 50 people) and room service 24 hours per day. Additionally, suites have free internet. The hotel's Sky Bar, on a wide terrace with a view to the sea, serves up
  • Hostal Eiffel
    Only 15 minutes from downtown Lima and 30 minutes from Jorge Chávez International Airport, Hostal Eiffel, in the middle of Miraflores, enjoys a central location near banks, shopping centers and entertainment. The hostel is comfortable, secure and quiet. Each room is equipped with cable TV, private
  • Incama Hostel
    Incama Hostel provides the best services, quality and price, so that our travelers enjoy the city. In our hostel we have more than a bed for you; Incama Hostel has spent three years learning about travelers' needs and wants, so that we can better serve you.We are ready to offer travelers the perfec
  • Hostal Posada del Corrigedor
    This place offers great value for money. The management of Hostal Posada del Corrigedor has invested more creativity and care in this hostel than at many of the other hostels you will find in this price range. The rooms are clean, comfortable and attractive. All rooms have private bath and there is
  • Plateros Hostal
    The Plateros Hostal is located on the street of the same name. The hostel offers a few extras such as a salon with a wide-screen television, free Internet access for guests and a cafeteria. Here's the rub: the rooms are of uneven quality, some are excellent, some are mediocre, and you might resent
  • Koyllur Hostal
    Koyllur Hostal is a Peruvian hotel chain offering visitors an original way to know Peru. You will experience the spirit of the Andean world through the warmth of our hotel's warmth and the hospitality of our staff.
  • La Castellana
    Cozy Hotel La Castellana has had a varied life. First this mansion, built in 1912, was home of Mr. Grimaldo Del Solar (of whom the street's name is taken) and later, or a vice president of Chile during his stay in Peru. Then, for a while, it was property of the German Association in Peru and then w
  • Intiq Samana
    Intiq Samana is one of the best buys in Cusco, with its attractive, clean, stylish and comfortable rooms belying its mid-range (though cheap by first-world standards) price of $15 for a single room and $25 for a double. Besides the expected storage space, hot water, private bathrooms, safety boxes,
  • Hotel Oblitas (Hotel Sol Plaza Inn)
    One of several hotels on Calle Plateros at the south end of the Plaza de Armas, Hotel Oblitas offers money exchange services, tourist information, airline ticket reservations and purchases, faxing and free Internet access. The rooms start at $15 during the low-season and go as high as $42 during th
  • Hostal Procurador
    Hostal Procurador is one of several inexpensive hostels along the narrow and cobblestone Pasaje Qoricalle, a couple of blocks from the main Plaza. The rooms have a spare, and even stale quality, but they are clean and secure. If you're looking to save money by cooking your own meals you can use the
  • Arrieros
    Blink and you might miss this charming little hostel a little to the north of the Plaza San Blas, on a street called Kurkurpata. The owner himself does not go out of his way to advertise his facility too well, using a paper sign to announce rooms over a more conventional sign calling attention to h
  • Hostal Rojas
    The Hostal Rojas has been in business for 15 years and you can tell the Rojas family takes its work seriously. The rooms are not only clean and comfortable, but belie their low-cost with high-quality furniture and bedspreads. The bathrooms are currently undergoing renovation, one at a time, so if y
  • Hotel Urubamba
    When visiting a country where the majority of the population lives in poverty, it may not be fair or kind to criticize the efforts of its citizens who are trying to do the best they can with limited resources. The Hotel Urubamba is only recommended for those traveling on the cheap with a general ind
  • Hospedaje Q'ani Wasi
    On the very short Calle Tigre, in the Plaza de Armas neighborhood, is the Hospedaje Q'ani Wasi. You walk past the entrance into a corridor with rooms on both sides. The place is a bit run down but the rooms are clean, and most importantly, to budget travelers, very cheap, complete with hot running
  • Hospedaje Turístico San Blas
    Located on the steep and busy hill leading up to the Plaza San Blas, Hospedaje Turístico San Blas has high quality rooms and friendly staff in a very convenient location. The hotel's interiors are a model of moderated elegance. Free internet access comes with the usual amenities, such as heated ro
  • Loki Hostel Lima
    Formerly called Incahaus, this hostel is the little brother of the stunning Loki Hostel in Cusco. Built in the 1920s, this house was used until 2000 as an office building. In 2005, it was beautifully transformed into the place to stop and party in Lima slam-bang in the heart of Miraflores. The frie
  • Hostal El Bosque
    This hostel is about a two-minute walk from the train station. It has small and comfortable rooms with private bathrooms and hot water. The inviting courtyard and gardens are a great place to relax.
  • Basadre Suites Hotel
    Located in the San Isidro district of Lima, the Hotel Basadre Suites offers quick access to the best tourist spots and shopping centers. A great hotel for business as well as vacationing travelers, the hotel is 15 minutes from the international airport. Four room types are available: Single Room, D
  • Posada del Sol
    Hotel Posada del Sol is a tall monument a few blocks from the Plaza de Armas and bus depots. The rooms are very large, bright and shiny clean. They all come with private, hot water baths and TV. Accommodations on the the fifth floor roof terrace have an added feature-spectacular views of the mounta
  • Gloria Pareja Guest House
    Gloria Pareja Guest House is a clean and safe inn located in downtown Cusco. With personalized attention, the hotel is intimate and has double rooms with private or shared bathrooms, and a triple with a private bath.
  • Amazon Muyuna Lodge
    Located 140 kilometers (84 mi) southeast of Iquitos, Muyuna is a comfortable and secluded lodge on the Yanayacu River close to Pacaya-Samira National Reserve. This small lodge, which is made up of a series of basic single, double and family bungalows raised on stilts, has strong ties to the San Jua
  • Amaru Hostal
    Many hostels just north of the Plaza de Armas in the â??artist communityâ? of San Blas are a little bit more expensive, but the Amaru Hostel is the only one that includes â??American breakfast,â? featuring eggs and fruit salad, rather than the standard continental breakfast, that is included
  • Hatun Tumi
    This inexpensive but likeable lodge makes good use of its old colonial structure and offers attractive, clean, freshly painted rooms, and--most notably for its low price--electric heaters for coping with Cusco's notoriously brisk nights. There is a common area kitchen and television, the latter set
  • Hospedaje Linda Flor
    Hospedaje Linda Flor offers a clean place to sleep-and little else. Prices are low though, even for rooms with private bathrooms. Register in the convenience store below, and walk up a dirty stairway to access the rooms. Some of the ceilings are low, so if you are tall, be mindful. It is only a few
  • Hospedaje El Artesano
    Hospedaje El Artesano is probably the most minimal of hostels in Pisac. You have to walk through a soiled corridor with exposed wiring coming out the walls to access the reception. It has only five rooms, none of them with private bathrooms. They all go for about $6. The rooms themselves are fresh a
  • Hospedaje Félix
    The old building, with two-foot-thick walls, that houses the Hospedaje Félix looks like it was built at least 110 years ago and served as lodging for wandering gauchos and wayward vaqueros. It also does not look like it has been very aggressively looked after since the 19th century. For many the ro
  • Hostal Varayoq
    Hostal Varayoq calls itself a two-star hostel but this brand-new facility, right in the heart of the village of Pisac, has the look and feel of three-star hotel. Yet the prices are indeed hostel prices: single rooms start at $14, doubles and matrimoniales go for $28, with an American breakfas
  • Hospedaje Los Andenes
    This pleasant hostel offers comfortable rooms, with colorful, heavy wool blankets for warmth once night falls. Rooms have private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. For those looking to save a few dollars, opt for the económico rooms, which are more basic: they're a little cramped and have smaller be
  • Las Casitas del Colca
    Las Casitas del Colca is an all-inclusive lodge hotel nestled on the banks of the Colca River, offering twenty individual luxury casitas ("little houses") Las Casitas features supreme privacy and exclusivity in a fascinating destination.
  • Hostal Hatun Wasi
    This hostel is managed by the Mendivil family, whose religious and indigenous-themed folk art has gained recognition beyond Peru. This hotel has a great location and offer rooms designed with an artistic flair commensurate with the talent that made them famous. If you are fortunate to reserve a roo
  • The Chaksi Inn Hostal
    An affiliate of Hostelling International (HI), this hostel a little more expensive than the norm, although HI members do get a five dollar discount. A breakfast is included in the cost, and all credit cards are accepted, but with a 10 percent add on. For those who want comfort right in the heart of
  • Hospedaje Pumamarka
    With only four rooms in an old rustic building, the Hospedaje Pumamarka evokes a pioneer spirit of a romantic past. In terms of budget accommodation, if you are looking for cheap but quality, this is one of the better deals in sillar stone, this hotel has been renovated to provide comfortable, clean and spacious rooms that are simply furnished. Each room
  • Samana Wasi
    Samana Wasi, located in a small, sillar-stone, colonial house, is a special, budget traveler's hostel. Doña Bárbara and her family provide quiet, comfortable rooms with private baths. (Note: hot water is available only 7 a.m.-10 p.m.) The first-floor ro
  • Hospedaje Bon Ami
    Otherwise known as Buen Amigo, Hospedaje Bon Amigo proves to be a good friend in Tacna. These accommodations have built-in closets (to stow the backpack out of the way) and decent beds, making it a good place to rest for a day or two. The rooms on the top floor of this three-story hostel are sunnie
  • Hotel Casa Kolping
    Casa Kolping has 26 rooms, all equipped with private bathroom and hot water. For an extra charge, TV sets are available. Kolping can offer excursions in the surrounding area. This isn't any ordinary business hotel with conference facilities--it also has a chapel. Inexpensive lunch, dinner and snack
  • Tambo Yanayacu
    On the banks of the Yanayacu River, 61 kilometers (38 mi) from Iquitos, the Tambo Yanayacu lodge is another good option for those wishing to spend some quality time in the jungle. Smaller than Amazonas Sinchicuy, Tambo Yanayacu has only 10 rooms (each with private bathroom) and space for 30 guests.
  • Tambo Amazónico Lodge
    The most remote jungle lodge (121 km/75 mi from Iquitos), operated by the reputable Paseos Amazónicos, Tambo Amazónico is also the one where you're most likely to see some of the more spectacular Amazonian birds and mammals. It is located on the Yarapa River, not far from the
  • Hospedaje Estrellita Del Sur
    Hospedaje Estrellita del Sur is another well-placed hotel in the city, between downtown and the bus depots. Rooms vary in size but they and the adjoining private baths are immaculately clean. All come with cable TV. Be forewarned, though: this place is an echo chamber. Whether it is an upstairs nei
  • Hotel El Dorado
    Hotel El Dorado encapsulates charm in the heart of Iquitos. If you're looking to get away from the mainstream hotels, this option is a few blocks away from the plaza. Like its sister hotel, the El Dorado Plaza Hotel, it offers cable TV, airport shuttle and a good restaurant, Las Rocas. The pool is
  • Hostal Jhuliana
    Though the rooms at Hostal Jhuliana are nice, you can get a room at a more upscale hotel for the price. However, many travelers find this location to be a comfortable choice, slightly away from the hustle of the plaza area. Rates include 24-hour hot water, refrigerator and cable TV. The hotel also o
  • Hotel Marañón
    Although small, the Hotel Marañón offers a comfortable place for visitors to stay. The hotel is simple, with tiled floors and undecorated walls. However, it offers extras such as a small pool and terrace in the back of the hotel. If you're staying here, try to snag a room in the back, not only to
  • Hotel Acosta
    Hotel Acosta is a comfortable choice for young tourists who plan on staying for an extended period. The rooms are clean and comfortable, and have all the requisite amenities such as cable TV, fridge and in-room safes. The on-site Las Orquídeas Restaurant is quite delicious, serving Peruvian speci
  • Dolphin Lodge
    Dolphin Lodge is located 240 kilometers (149 mi) from Iquitos on the banks of Río Yarapa. Ecological Jungle Trips, a tour operator out of Iquitos, owns this lodge and offers a three-day all-inclusive package here, which includes jungle hikes, wildlife-watching, piranha fishing and a visit to a l
  • Hospedaje La Pascana
    Hospedaje La Pascana is located near the Iquitos malecón (river walk) and is one of the better bargains in town. The rooms are simple and neat. The pleasant, plant-filled courtyard is popular with visitors. Make reservations, as the place tends to fill up.
  • Hotel Real Iquitos
    The Hotel Real Iquitos is a venerable Iquitos institution. Built more than 50 years ago, what was once an elegant, upscale hotel right on the river is now somewhat run-down and quirky. The rooms vary greatly in size and priceâ??be sure to look at several before you choose. The best ones are enormo
  • El Dorado Plaza Hotel
    Set in the middle of Plaza Mayor, the El Dorado Plaza Hotel is one of the nicest hotels in Iquitos, with rooms featuring great views of the square. It is within walking distance of the downtown area. Not to be confused with the smaller El Dorado, which has the same owners, this hotel offers top-of-
  • Victoria Regia
    The Victoria Regia is a comfortable, modern hotel about 10 minutes from the center of town. Popular with tourists as well as business travelers, it's the place to stay if you want to be sure the air conditioning works. There is also a restaurant, a pool and a courtyard on the premises. The rooms ar
  • Kuntur Wassi
    Kuntur Wassi is arguably the best spot in town, in an attractive building surrounded by a pretty garden. Close to the Plaza de Armas, the hotel has 24 rooms split across six terraces. From the upper levels is a great view over the town. If you fancy a splurge, stay in a suite equipped with Jacuzzi
  • La Casa de mi Abuela
    Pretty fittingly for a place named “My grandmother's house,” this three-decade-old hotel is a converted family house, with comfortable modern rooms and a rustic restaurant built in the spacious, pleasant gardens. Service is friendly and consistent. As the hotel is a favorite of tour opera
  • Hostal Gemina
    Hostal Gemina is a modern hotel located above a shopping center. It houses 31 small but comfortable rooms that have cable TV, decent bathrooms (with endless hot water!) and friendly service. Rates are negotiable, there is an on-site cafeteria and room service is 24-hours.
  • Hostal Aquisito
    Aquisito is another member of Barranco's crowded hostel scene. Using a local slang meaning “just around the corner,” travelers will find this hotel to be convenient to many of this town's attractions and services, and just a few minutes' walk from the sea. All rooms have cable TV and
  • Hospedaje Residencial Santa Fé
    This is a family-run guest house/hostel located in the residential area of Pueblo Libre, 15 minutes from the Jorge Chávez International Airport. All rooms have private toilets and bathrooms, hot water and cable TV. The hostel is near popular museums, churches, markets, restaurants and services suc
  • Domeyer Hostel
    Stroll down this placid side street in Barranco and, as you approach the Domeyer Hostel, you'll be greeted by a friendly Labrador retriever who calls the funky, colonial Domeyer Hostel home. With boldly painted walls, bright bedspreads, vivid Peruvian tiles, local artwork decorating the walls and b
  • La Quinta de Allison
    The La Quinta de Allison resides on a quiet side street in Barranco. Inconspicuous and modest, this is one of the cheaper hotels in the area. Rooms tend to be smaller but are very comfortable. The bathrooms are decent, and some of the more expensive rooms have whirlpool tubs. Interior rooms tend to
  • Second Home Peru
    Second Home Peru embodies the spirit of the Peruvian culture combined with the tranquility of the Pacific. This majestic B&B with five private rooms is conveniently anchored in central Barranco. To enter the once the home of Peruvian sculptor Victor Delfín, is to enter an artist's imaginative worl
  • Barranco's Backpackers Inn
    Located in a quiet and scenic area, Backpacker's Inn is a short walk from surfing, a plaza, bars, live music, restaurants and shows just down the street. Ocean views from this renovated mansion are stunning, and rooms for two, four or six people are clean and comfortable. There is 24-hour hot water
  • Safe in Lima
    Travelers will indeed feel safe in this wonderfully cozy hostel with a warm family atmosphere, located in a quiet, green area and just 20 meters from ocean view. All rooms have a private bathroom and double rooms have a queen-sized bed. Rooms are clean, comfortable and spacious and guests can use t
  • Casa Marfil
    Casa Marfil is an interesting option for travelers who are looking for a quiet, more personal experience in a large city. This eco-friendly guest house provides a comfortable stay with a local family in their home. Enjoy cable TV, laundry facilities, kitchen, internet, free luggage storage, hot wat
  • Hotel Mamatila
    Hotel Mamatila is a simple, comfortable option with 20 single, double and triple rooms. All rooms have hot and cold water 24-hours a day, television with cable, telephone and 24-hour room service. The hotel also provides internet, continental breakfast, an on-site restaurant, safe-deposit box, fax,
  • Pay Purix Backpackers Hostel
    Pay Purix, which in Quechua means â??the walker,â? has Peruvian and foreign staff who are travelers themselves, and so know what their guests need. Relaxation is the mantra here. The hostel has a hammock-strung patio, pool and ping pong tables, large movie library, a bar and other ways to rel
  • Mami Panchita
    Hostal Mami Panchita finds its home in a colonial-style building in Lima's San Miguel district. Owned by a Dutch-Peruvian couple, this hostel consistently has received high ratings from its guests. With only 15 rooms, Mami Panchita is small, neat and comfortable hotel. Most rooms have private bath,
  • Hilton Lima Miraflores
  • Manhattan Inn
    Perhaps the closest hotel to the airport, Manhattan Inn provides safe lodging on quiet street in north Lima. Nothing resembles upscale Manhattan New York here, but it's perfect if you have an over-night lay-over, a super early flight out or a late night flight in. You are guaranteed a comfy bed, ca
  • Prince Hotel Suites Spa
    This higher end property offers a choice of either the Prince Suite or the Executive Suite. Both have a king-size bed, sauna and jacuzzi, WIFI internet and airport pickup is included. The Executive Suite also has an adjacent living room with guest bathroom. This property is somewhat removed from re
  • Bait Sababa Lodge
    The Bait Sababa Lodge prides itself on making you feel at home. Unlike most other hotels in the area, they speak Hebrew. Their rooms have hot water and breakfast is included. Bait Sababa is centrally located, and close to internet, laundry, banks, museums, hospitals, restaurants and the bus termina
  • Hotel Olaya
    Hotel Olaya is located in a quiet, residential area just 20 minutes from Lima's Historical Center and 45 minutes from the airport. Other easily accessible sights and attractions include Barranco and Miraflores, both distinguished cultural, commercial and entertainment centers. The hotel has 38 basi
  • Country Club Lima Hotel
    The Country Club Lima Hotel was built in 1927 and refurbished in 1998. Today it stands as one of Lima's finer hotels. Popular with business and pleasure travelers, the hotel has everything you would expect from a five-star hotel: good service, comfortable rooms, amenities (a good restaurant and tra
  • Hotel Britania
    Located in a quiet area and just minutes from important places of business, the Hotel Britania tends to target business travelers. It offers single, double and triple executive suites, all with a modern environment with air conditioning, jacuzzi and sauna, and a comfortable living room. Also on han
  • The Point
    The Point Backpacker's Hostel considers itself Lima's “original party hostel,” a joint immensely popular among the international backpacker set. It is relatively new but becoming well known due to its lively, welcoming atmosphere. There are a number of entertaining extras here, such as a
  • Hostal Iquique
    Fernando and Nelly opened Hostal Iquique in 1991 and take pride in being a positive part of travelers' experiences. The hostel is known to be clean and friendly, but a little drafty. There is warm water, a shared kitchen and storage facilities. Only some of the rooms on the ground floor have common
  • El Marqués Hotel
    El Marqués Hotel is an excellent option if you want to treat yourself, but not spend a fortune. The hotel is beautiful inside and out. The red brick building, with its surrounding foliage and broad shutters, resembles something of a chalet in the Swiss Alps. The interior â?? the lobby, bar and re
  • Suites Antique
    Suite Antique hotel is located in central San Isidro, close enough to all services and attractions to be convenient, yet far enough away to provide a quiet, restful stay. Its two-rooms suites are comfortable and spacious with warm décor, and have a kitchenette with minibar, microwave oven and dish
  • Suites del Bosque
    These 54 upscale suites boast a cozy and pleasant atmosphere designed for the most aristocratic of travelers. Suites del Bosque will accommodate almost any need by providing accommodations that have all the latest in gadgets and luxuries including internet, kitchenette and air conditioning. Dine on
  • Hostal Collacocha
    Located on a tranquil tree-laden street, Collacocha is pleasantly small and unassuming. The atmosphere inside is even better and it will be hard to find a lobby that rivals Collacocha's in character and taste: The décor is rustic, eclectic and even eccentric. One finds delft tiles and gold-framed
  • Casa Bella
    Casa Bella is a pleasant, quiet spot in San Isidro. It's not too far from the action, however: Miraflores is only 10 minutes away. A converted private home, Casa Bella does not have a lot of rooms, so best to book ahead. Free internet access, breakfast and airport pick-up for those staying three or
  • Hotel los Delfines
    Another luxury hotel in the swank San Isidro district, Los Delfines is in an attractive, modern building. The rooms are pleasant and spacious, and there are a variety of suites and special rooms to choose from. The hotel features a café, bar and a restaurant that specializes in international c
  • Sonesta Lima Hotel El Olivar
    In the middle of Lima's San Isidro business district, Sonesta Lima Hotel El Olivar is perfect for business travelers, along with families and tourists looking to stay in a safe nice area. The large rooms have comfortable beds, cable TV, phones, carpet, air conditioning, minibar and a safe. The déc
  • Swissôtel
    Swissôtel's mission is to make your stay a memorable one, and with its luxury offerings — including sophisticately royal rooms, some of the most comfortable beds ever, top-of-the-line staff, and let's not forget to mention every amenity you'd ever want — it doesn't get much better than
  • Hostal Roma
    The well-regarded Hostal Roma is something of a Lima institution and has been in business for more than 35 years. Travelers can say they slept in a converted mansion that dates from 1892, located mere blocks away from the central square, cathedral and other points of interest. Hostal Roma has 36 ro
  • Hotel Lima Sheraton and Convention Center
    The Sheraton Lima is one of the finest hotels in the city and almost certainly the best luxury hotel in the historic district. It is in a modern, stately building with 431 rooms and features all of the amenities you would expect from a five-star hotel: comfortable rooms, good service, fine dining,
  • The Wiracocha Hotel
    For very undiscriminating travelers, the Wiracocha Hotel has one advantage: its proximity to the Plaza de Armas and all the other attractions in the Historical Center. Apart from that, Wiracocha is about as minimalist as a low-cost lodge in Peru can offer: rooms with or without bathrooms, lacking s
  • Hotel Kamana
    Hotel Kamana, located one block from the pedestrian street Jr. de la Unión, is close to restaurants, cafes, internet, shops and the important tourist sites. The hotel offers pleasant simple, double, triple and matrimonial rooms that come with cable TV, security box, a private bathroom and 24-hour
  • El Balcón Dorado
    No sign proclaims El Balcón Dorado's place in a classic, 1920-building attributed to Gustave Eiffel. This building has lived many lives, from diplomat quarters to bank. Today, the upper floors are home to this hostel. Its seven rooms are light-filled and large, with high ceilings. The hote
  • Hotel Inka Path
    Very conveniently located on the Jr. de la Unión, the long and very mercantile walkway linking the Plaza San Martín with the Plaza de Gobierno, Hotel Inka Path offers freshness and high quality but low-cost rooms. The rooms themselves, inside a refurbished old building, have ample space (and very
  • Hotel Continental
    Travelers willing to pay a little extra, relatively speaking, for North American standards of upscale comfort might be tempted to park their dollars at the Hotel Continental. They'll be sorry. Despite the presence of a large lobby and a restaurant, the hotel and its rooms could be described as thre
  • Hostal de las Artes
    The Hostal de las Artes is located in Lima's historical center, not far from Paseo Colón and Plaza Bolognesi. The hostel itself is in a nicely restored 19th-century home with hand-painted tiling and a musty smell. Most of the building is relatively original. All rooms have private bath (the plumbi
  • Hotel España
    Located on the same block as the San Francisco church and only a couple of blocks from the main city plaza, Hotel España is a boisterous, fun hostel favored by many international backpackers. Check out the rooftop garden and café where the hostel keeps interesting birds and other animals. The dor
  • Gran Hotel Bolívar
    Conveniently located on the Plaza de San Martín, the Gran Hotel Bolívar is a stately, elegant white building dating from 1924. It was specifically constructed to accommodate visiting heads of state and dignitaries who were coming to Lima to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the pivotal battle
  • Hotel Maury
    Hotel Maury was one of the best-known hotels in Peru for most of the second half of the 20th century. It closed its doors during the 90s, but reopened in 2000 with a completely redone interior. The hotel offers all the services of an upscale hotel such as internet, air conditioning, room service an
  • Golf Los Incas Hotel and Spa
    Los Incas is a 5-star, all-suite hotel with large, luxurious rooms. Most of the accommodations include a Jacuzzi bath, nice views, Internet, microwave, mini-bar, cable TV and air conditioning. A full American breakfast is included in the rate. Los Incas also has an on-site restaurant and 24-hour ro
  • El Polo Hotel
    El Polo is mostly frequented by business travelers who like to be comfortable, if not spoiled. Opened in 1997, this seven-story luxury building 38 suites in total and each has a living room, dining room and fully furnished kitchen. The hotel also has laundry service, an on-site restaurant, 24-hour
  • Hostal Colca Wasi Kopling
    Hostal Colca Wasi Kopling is a relatively small hotel, offering only one single room, nine double rooms and two triples, all with private bathrooms and hot water. While the hostel is centrally located, just 300 meters from the city center and close to all local amenities, it also has green areas fo
  • Colca Lodge
    Affiliated with the Hotel Libertador chain, the Colca Lodge is located approximately 10 kilometers (6 mi) from Chivay's town center. Constructed from stone and mud with thatched roofs, the rooms are solar heated. On the outdoor terrace, you can take in the spectacular scenery. Rooms have heating an
  • Hostal Valle del Fuego
    Hostal Valle del Fuego is in an adobe house with a distinctly rustic feel, conveniently located in the town center of Cabanaconde. The welcoming owners have a lot of knowledge about the locale. Don't expect perks like heating, hot water or blankets; however, the breakfasts are outstanding. The hote
  • Casa Andina - Colca
    Four blocks from Chivay's Plaza de Armas, this hotel is Casa Andina's Chivay offering. The hotel's 52 rooms are comfortable and well-appointed. Ten of the rooms are designated non-smoking. The hotel features an Andean-style restaurant and a bar. For communication, internet access is available and t
  • Colca Inn Hotel
    Not much to look at from the outside, the Colca Inn Hotel is a reasonable choice and is fairly central to the main square—just two blocks away. The hostel offers a bar, cafeteria and a restaurant which serves good hearty food. If you're too tired to sit down for a meal, the hostel also has 24
  • Flying Dog Backpackers
    Flying Dog Backpackers is a clean, airy hostel located very close to Kennedy Park, which puts it near most of the sites of interest in the Miraflores district. It has a variety of options ranging from dorm-style rooms with shared bath to double and triple rooms with private bath. The staff is very
  • JW Marriott Lima
    The JW Marriott hotel chain is well-known for luxury lodgings, and its Lima branch is no different. This 25-story glass tower perches near the ocean-side cliffs, with sweeping views of the Pacific. The spacious rooms have comfortable beds, rooms safe, air conditioning, minibar and to-dream-for
  • Pozo del Cielo Hotel
    The Pozo del Cielo Hotel is tastefully constructed from local stone and consists of 20 large rustic rooms decorated with local handicrafts. Singles, doubles and triples are available. The hotel boasts hot water, heating and carpeting. In the restaurant, traditional foods are served, along with fres
  • La Posada del Conde
    La Posada del Conde is has a pleasant atmosphere and comfortable, clean rooms with private bathrooms and 24-hour hot water. This hotel has 24 rooms spread over four floors, a bar and a restaurant with a varied menu, including regional and international options. Service is friendly and helpful. Othe
  • Sonesta Posada del Inca
    The Sonesta Posada del Inca hotels always seem to find the best locations in the cities they serve, and their Arequipa branch is no exception. The hotel is right across from the cathedral and the Plaza de Armas in the center of
  • Casa de Ávila
    Casa de Avila was built in 1930 as a hotel in the middle of town. Reconditioned and reopened in 2004, the hotel now offers 18 nice, clean rooms surrounding a pleasant garden dotted with chairs and umbrellas. Single, double, twin and triple rooms are available. All rooms have comfortable beds, basic
  • La Plazuela
    La Plazuela is a quaint garden house located within the residential district of Vallecito in Arequipa, just five minutes from the main square. Each room includes a private bathroom and shower with hot water all day. The rooms come with TV, minibar and a direct dialing phone. Services include free i
  • Hostal El Patio
    Hostal El Patio is a small, cozy mid-range hotel in Miraflores. A bit chic by design, it looks more like a B&B than a hostel, with wonderfully decorated common areas and a relaxing patio. If you need a break from the more raucous hostels, this place is worth checking first. The hostel is very charm
  • Hostal Torreblanca
    Hostal Torreblanca is a pleasant mid-range hotel which offers a wide variety of services, including cable TV in every room, taxis, business services (copies, internet, etc.) and more. It also arranges tours and excursions, such as visits to the Nasca Lines and Lima city tours. The attached restaura
  • Hotel San Agustín Colonial Inn
    Hotel San Agustín Colonial is an attractive mid-range hotel, with elegant and comfortable rooms, two of which have a jacuzzi. The hotel has a pleasant lobby, a bar for relaxing, a restaurant and terrace. San Agustín Colonial welcomes all visitors but particularly caters to business travelers, pro
  • Posada de Sancho
    Posada de Sancho is a converted older home with fifteen rooms and a couple of pleasant courtyards. The quality for the money isn't bad, and the place tends to fill up with savvy backpackers who know the place by reputation and word of mouth. There is a travel agency there, and there are others near
  • Hotel la Posada del Puente
    Hotel la Posada del Puente is one of Arequipa's finest inns. This elegant, well-maintained hotel is located at the end of the Grau Bridge, on the banks of the Río Chili in the Yanahuara neighborhood. Popular with business travelers, Posada del Puente features well-landscaped, terraced grounds
  • La Gruta Hotel
    This hotel with beautiful gardens is located in an elegant residential area, yet just a few minutes away from the colonial city and commercial area. La Gruta has a helpful and friendly atmosphere, with large, clean and very comfortable carpeted rooms.
  • Hostal Buena Vista
    Hostal Buena Vista is well-located in the Miraflores district: It is close to old town as well as the hip Miraflores nightlife. The streets immediately surrounding the Buena Vista are, however, relatively quiet and tranquil. The common areas have a bit more pizzazz.
  • Wayruro's Backpackers
    Wayruro's Backpackers is a small, clean backpacker's hostel in Miraflores. Rooms are dormitory style. There is a game room with ping-pong, a pool table and sapo (a local game in which the object is to throw coins into the mouth of a brass frog).
  • Taypikala Hotel & Spa
    The wildly textured exterior walls of Taypikala Hotel and Spa give way to an interior full of luxuries. The 49 rooms and two suites have comfortable beds with extra pillows and thick blankets, heating and private baths with tubs and hot water. Fountain spill in the many gardens. The hotel's resta
  • Casa Andina Miraflores Hotel
    Upscale but not over the top is the best way to describe Casa Andina's Miraflores location. A small hotel chain in Peru, Casa Andina is decorated in colorfully bright Incan décor. This six-story hostel has 58 rooms with super comfortable beds and clean, carpeting and modern, marble bathrooms w
  • Hostal Los Uros
    Clean, cozy rooms and 24-hour hot water make Hostal Los Uros a popular place among backpackers—so popular in fact that it's often full. The oak beds come stocked with plenty of comforters, important for those chilly Puno
  • Colón Inn
    This renovated antique mansion from the early 19th century combines historic charm and the service of a top-notch hotel. The marble-floored lobby and large, bright rooms provide an inviting atmosphere, complete with cable TV and writing desks. While here you can indulge in gourmet food from one of
  • Casa Andina Miraflores San Antonio
    Although not in the heart of Miraflores like its sister hotel, Casa Andina Miraflores, Casa Andina Miraflores San Antonio is perfect for the traveler who wants to be out of the hustle of Miraflores, but within walking distance of the major attractions and amenities. The hotel clean rooms with has c
  • Best Western Embajadores
    Unlike the U.S. chain, Best Western South America is not just a motel on the side of the highway. While not over-the-top luxury, Best Westerns in Latin America tend to be more upscale than their northern counterparts. Best Western Embajadores is no exception. The hotel is a good, safe choice withou
  • Albergue Miraflores House
    If you're looking for a clean, secure and comfortable place to stay after an exhausting trip, the friendly staff at Miraflores House will welcome you. They offer travel advice on local sights, planning trips and assistance with purchasing tickets for your next destination. Enjoy the lounge room, wa
  • El Condado Hotel and Suites
    A tranquil boulevard, lined with various quaint bars and restaurants, separates El Condado from the chaotic, casino-lined Avenida Larco. The hotel is close to the action, but the narrow one-way street contributes to a detached, relaxed vibe. The whole hotelâ??the individual rooms and the common ar
  • Hostal Los Pinos
    Of the places to stay in Puno, Hostal Los Pinos is one of the best budget options. Located just a block and a half from Parque Pino, this family-run hostel has spacious, light-filled rooms with new
  • Hotel Plaza Mayor
    At Plaza Mayor you're guaranteed a good night's sleep on their comfy king-size mattresses and feather pillows. All rooms come with cable TV, telephone, and a private bathroom. Before heading off to bed (on the real box spring mattresses) grab a bite to eat at the hostel's restaurant, which serves u
  • Posada Wary Nayra
    The quaint Posada Wary Nayra is tucked away one block west of busy Calle Jr. Lima. It is a modern, comfortable hotel that is perfect to call home while traveling around Lake Titicaca. All rooms are composed of comfortable beds, clean modern bathrooms, hot water with great pressure, new carpet, cabl
  • El Buho Hotel
    A delightful, spacious hotel with well-decorated rooms and all-important gas heaters for those cold Puno nights. The hotel feels luxurious, yet homey at the same time. Services include carpeted rooms with private bath and 24 hour hot water, Cable TV, telephones in each room, an on-site bar and inte
  • Hotel Ollanta Inn
    Hotel Ollanta Inn is a four-story, walk-up inn located a half-block off Avenida Los Incas, near the train station and Mercado Central. It provides large, clean rooms with comfortable beds, carpeting, cable TV and private, 24-hour hot water baths. Other free amenities of this quiet hostel are secu
  • Albergue Las Cabañas
    The charming Albergue Las Cabañas is one of Chucuito's best hotels. Inside you'll be welcomed by the sight of high stone and adobe walls looming over a beautiful garden of yellow retama and queña flowers. The sp
  • Don Julio Youth Hostel
    A modern high rise is the home to Don Julio Youth Hostel. Although this is a Hostelling International hotel, it has no dormitories. Instead, all of the spacious rooms are private accommodations that have cable TV and their own bathroom with 24-hour hot water. The hotel also has an elevator to whi
  • Qelqatani Hotel
    Qelqatani Hotel is located in the heart of Puno and is within walking distance of many attractions such as museums, colonial churches, commercial centers, banks, restaurants and bars. There are 28 rooms, 9 are single or doubles, 12 twin rooms, 5 triples and 2 suites. Each room has carpet, cable
  • Casa Andina Puno Plaza

    This business is closed for renovation. Casa Andina Puno Plaza is located within minutes of the Puno's Plaza de Armas. Its location

  • The Eco Inn
    The Eco Inn outside of Puno sits right on the shore of Lago Titicaca, across from Estéves Island. Each room has bow windows that flood the space with natural light and lends a great view of the lake. Some accommodations are handicap accessible. Guests have access to the hotel's astronomic observ
  • Hotel Italia
    The Hotel Italia is located in the center of Puno and offers reasonably priced (if a little small) rooms. If you are in a group of three, the triple rooms are a good value. It also offers several vegetarian options in the in-house restaurantâ??a rarity in Peru and something to be sought out by ve
  • Sonesta Posada del Inca
    Sonesta Posada is a luxurious hotel located on Lake Titicaca. It has unique amenities such as a private dock for lake excursions and a private rail station for those arriving by train. Many of the large, immaculate rooms face on to the Lake and even the rooms that don't look on to Lake Titicaca h
  • Hotel Royal Inka I
    Hotel Royal Inka I is set in a Cusco landmark: the building-located on the lovely Plaza Regocijo, one block from Plaza de Armas-was originally built by Inca Pachacútec and later became the home of Fran
  • Hotel Grau
    Located just a few blocks from the Mercado, this hotel is located on the third floor of a somewhat strange building, where piles of cheap clothing are sold in the entrance, and what appears to be a private residence on the second floor. However, after climbing the stairs, you'll find a basic and cl
  • Hospedaje Tres Fronteras
    There are many inexpensive hostels in Puerto Maldonado. Hospedaje Tres Fronteras is recommended for its newnessâ??it was constructed in 2004â??and the high quality of the rooms for $15 a night. A larger, matrimonial room is only $18. Prices remain constant throughout the year. Laundry service, bre
  • Hostal Camping Naylamp
    Hostal Camping Naylamp is another near-budget lodging option in Huanchaco, and one of the few that offers campsites. If you don't have a tent, you can rent one here as well. The hostel is in two parts: the older one, with dorms and private rooms, on Avenida Victor Larco; the second part, with priva
  • Agetaway
    This beachfront hostel has rooms for one to five people in a tranquil environment. The rooms have private bathrooms, a terrace with ocean views, WiFi and cable TV. Guests can watch beautiful sunsets from the comfort of their rooms and sleep to the sounds of the sea, making Agetaway a relaxing break
  • Hostal El Ancla
    Hostal El Ancla is located at the entrance to Huanchaco, on the beach. It has rustic but spacious single, double, matrimonial and triple rooms, each with its own bathroom and cable TV. This family-run hostel is also equipped with WiFi, and the helpful staff can arrange tours, surf lessons and shutt
  • Hostal Mercedes
    Hostal Mercedes is one of the nicest of Chanchamayo's cheap hostels. The hostel is in an older building near the main market, a rather noisy and crowded area, but one filled with cheap restaurants and juice stands. The hotel itself represents fair value for the price. Although the rooms are Spartan
  • Hotel San Antonio
    Hotel San Antonio, more a hostel than a hotel, is one of the best budget options in town and sits just half a block from the main square. Comfortable single, double and matrimonial rooms surround a long but narrow courtyard bursting with tropical greenery. The rooms are clean and each has its own p
  • La Casa de Sillar
    Previously known as Colonial House II, La Casa de Sillar, is made entirely of the white sillar volcanic rock, for which Arequipa is famous. Services include phone and internet for guests, cable TV in every room, tourist information, and free pick-up from the bus station. All rooms have priva
  • La Hosteria
    Located on the broad, semi-pedestrian street Bolívar behind the Monasterio de Santa Catalina, La Hosteria is a welcoming colonial-style hotel, with plenty of flowers and a fountain in the middle of the patio. The rooms are spacious and airy, with minibars (extra charge), cable TV, carpeting and pr
  • Mirador Del Monasterio
    This simple hotel is just across the street from the Santa Catalina monastery and its main attraction is the beautiful terrace, where you can lounge in deck chairs, admiring the view over the Monasterio and the volcanoes surrounding Arequipa. The 18 rooms are somewhat bland, but service is friendly
  • Hostal Ambassador
    Conveniently located two blocks from Iquitos' Plaza de Armas and two blocks from Malecón Tarapacá, Hostal Ambassador is close to all the city's attractions and restaurants. This medium-sized hotel has 24 simply decorated rooms with private bathroom, air conditioning, mini-bar, Internet and TV wi
  • Loki del Mar
    Part of the Loki hostel chainâ??which is ever-so-popular with young backpackers looking to meet people and partyâ??Loki del Mar has some of the same amenities, including dorms with sturdy bunk beds and comfortable mattresses, free use of computers and WiFi, and large lockers. But to one-up its si
  • The Point
    Another magnet for party-seeking backpackers, The Point Máncora is located on its own private strip of beach and has its own private beach access. The hostel has four-person, six-person, and eight- to 10-person dorms with shared bathrooms, as well as single, double and triple occupancy private cab
  • Casa de la Gringa
    Just around the corner from Plaza San Blas is the South-African-owned and family-run Casa de la Gringa. All the rooms have been individually and colorfully decorated, so ask which rooms are available when making a booking. There is a pleasant common area and a variety of board games to keep you bus
  • The Blue House
    This cute, rabbit-warren of a place started off as a family renting out an extra room or two and has since become one of the most popular hostels for long-stay travelers, as well as offering low nightly rates. With a shared kitchen and dining room for guests, a friendly family vibe, two outside ter
  • Andenes De Saphy
    The Andenes de Saphy Hostel, is a beautiful and comfortable place in Cuzco, located at the foot of the Sacred Mountain of Sacsayhuaman in the Valley of the Saphy River. Being surrounded by a gorgeous scenery and far from the noise of the city gives the place an unbeatable location. Andenes de S
  • Wonders Hostel Cusco
    WONDERS HOSTEL CUSCO has a Colonial-Republican architecture giving our guests a peaceful environment with public spaces, comfortable and rustic character, spacious rooms, good services and the finest tourist information to make you feel at home in our pleasant surroundings.
  • Hostal Marani
    Set around a colonial courtyard in San Blas, Hostal Marani offers good-quality accommodation at relatively low prices. All rooms are spacious and have private bathrooms. Breakfast in the sunny courtyard or small cafeteria is included. The Hostal Marani supports socially responsible tourism and has
  • Marlon's House
    Welcome to Cusco, your home away from home! Marlon's House is your house for as long as you are in Cusco. This family run hostel assures your stay will be nothing less than comfortable and relaxing. Marlon's House has a peaceful courtyard where you are sure to be greeted and treated as part of the
  • Hospedaje Los Viñedos
    Two blocks from Tumbes' Plaza de Armas, Hospedaje Los Viñedos is a resting stop that promises the four most important things for the weary budget traveler: inexpensive prices, cleanliness, comfort and safety. This 1960s-style hotel has basic rooms with private or common bathrooms, as well as dorms
  • Casa Grillo
    Casa Grillo isn't as fancy as it once was, but it is still a backpacker's haven. The four rooms of this ecological hotel are constructed of bamboo with bamboo furnishings. Most have poster beds for easy hanging of your mosquito net. (If you don't have your own, the staff can provide you with one.)
  • Hostal Grillo Tres Puntas
    Hostal Grillo Tres Puntas is the younger sister of Casa Grillo, both owned by the same family. A mosaicked front archway greets visitors to this sprawling complex of bungalows made of adobe-plastered bamboo (the traditional materials of this region). Baths, both common and private, are tiled in sto
  • La Casa de Kishkashta
    A small, peaceful house with 12 beds, La Casa de Kishkashta provides guests with free WiFi internet access, a fully-equipped kitchen and a small TV room with a DVD player and PS2. The water is always hot and the breakfasts are always tasty. La Casa de Kishkashta is located in the center of Cusco, a
  • Bothy Hostel
    Run by the same enthusiastic adrenaline seekers as Land Adventures, Bothy Hostel provides basic accommodations and a party atmosphere for backpackers, with regular night-time barbeques on the roof-top terrace. Other facilities include a guests' kitchen, TV room with DVDs, luggage storage, free inte
  • Colonial House Inn
    A large, creaky old backpackers' pad, Colonial House Inn offers cheap rooms and a friendly atmosphere. Rooms, although threadbare in some cases, are clean and comfortable. The hostal is in a colonial-era building made of sillar, and many rooms have the
  • El Grand Hotel Huánuco
    For a luxurious stay in Huánuco, look no further than El Grand Hotel Huánuco, with a pool, jacuzzi and billiards room, all on the premises. Laundry, internet, cable TV, purified water, conference room and money exchange also available. Offers single, double, triple, or queen rooms. On-site Maje
  • Hostal La Portada
    Located in front of Santa Domingo Church on Jr. Virrey Toledo is Hostal La Portada. This 31-room hostel offers rooms with private and shared bathrooms. Rooms with a shared bathroom are a basic military-styled bare walled room with a single or double bed. Located on the first floor, the shared bathr
  • Hotel Presidente
    Seated at the heart of Plaza de Armas is the castle-like Hotel Presidente. This hotel has the distinction of being the most expensive hotel in town, and has a large lobby filled with antiques, a fireplace and a computer that guests can use (15 min of complimentary Internet). The rooms are clean bu
  • Hostal Virrey
    Although not located on its namesake's street, Hostal Virrey can be found on the interesting street Sebastian Barrana. Visible by its large “Hosedaje” sign hanging from the second floor, Hostal Virrey is an inexpensive, centrally located option for those not wanting to spend much time in
  • Hotel los Balcones
    Large, plush well-maintained leather sofas, potted plants and clean tile floors welcome guests in the lobby of Hotel los Balcones. This spacious, five-floor hotel has WiFi throughout the building and in the rooms offers phone, fax and room service. On the second floor is Restaurante de Balcones, an
  • La Casa de la Abuela
    Clean, safe and friendly, La Casa de la Abuela has a game room, bar area, library, cable TV with DVDs, dining room and communal kitchen. The hostel has eight rooms, each with private bathrooms, and two large dorms. Its location is a bit far from downtown, but it is easy and cheap to get into town.
  • Anaconda Lodge
    If you're looking for a unique place to stay, Anaconda Lodge is a great place to start. A cozy lodge that offers bungalow-style accommodations and camping spots, the lodge is rustic luxury at its best. With both a Thai Restaurant and swimming pool on-site, there are enough creature comforts to feel
  • Hotel Samary
    Located a few blocks from Plaza Mayor is the clean, basic Hotel Samary. With three floors of single, double and triple rooms, this large spacious hotel nearly always has a room open for those looking to come to Ayacucho during the busy Semana Santa holiday. The rooms on the top floor have an amazing
  • Hotel Tres Mascaras
    Slightly off the beaten path, this 20-room hotel doesn't seem like much from the outside, and the sign out front missing the “L” in hotel doesn't help its cause. Yet looks can be deceiving and once inside the doors, the hotel opens up into a large courtyard complete with two pet parrots.
  • Peru Andino
    Peru Andino comes highly recommended, due to its clean and comfortable rooms and friendly staff. This cozy guesthouse, which has been in business since 1978, has single, double and matrimonial rooms, with either private or shared bathrooms with hot water. Small and quiet, Peru Andino has several ga
  • Casa de Arena
    Casa de Arena offers dormitories and private rooms. The accommodations, though, are small and can be stuffy when temperatures soar. On those days, the hotel's pool is the perfect place to soak away the heat or sore muscles after a day of sandboarding. The hotel's discothèque is convenient for th
  • Hostal Desert Nights
    At last Huacachina has a true backpackers place to hang the hat. The brainchild of a young Vermonter and her Peruvian partner, Desert Nights is a classic hostel, in true Hostelling International style. On the shores of the lagoon, it has four roomy dorms with bunk beds galore. Thick blankets keep t
  • El Inti Backpacker Hostel
    The Inti Backpacker Hostel is one option for budget backpackers arriving in Puno. Located on a passageway across from the train station and near the Mercado Central, this hotel offers rooms with private bath for one to four persons, as well as a dorm for solo travelers. It has a familiar atmosphe
  • Cóndor Wasi
    Condor Wasi is a rustic, peaceful lodge located on the banks of the Colca River between the town of Chivay and the La Calera hotsprings. All rooms have private bathrooms and heating. Some have views of the Colca River. There is a small outside dining area where traditional food is served. Condor Wa
  • Hotel Collahua
    Hotel Collahua consists of 40 bungalows offering single, double, triple and quad accommodations, all with private bath and solar-powered hot water. The bungalows are situated around a central garden. There is also a restaurant with a capacity of 150 people where buffet meals are served. Usually,
  • The Point Arequipa
    Party hostel The Point is in an old house with interior patios, just two blocks from the Plaza de Armas. It offers eight- and 10-person dorm rooms with common baths, and a six-bed dorm with private bath and lockers to stow your pack. The common room has a bar, TV lounge, foosball and pool table
  • Magdalen House Tourist Hostel

    Magdalen House Tourist Hostel, located in the Magdalena del Mar district of Lima, opened its doors in January of 2006. At this hotel located in a modern house, you will enjoy the hospitality the family offers. Private rooms are for one to three guests and have their o

  • Lima Travel Lodge
    This business is CLOSED. Hostel close to Lima airport and downtown. We invite you to live and experience the real Lima. The house owners are an English/Spanish -speaking couple willing to embrace foreigners in their cozy house that is located in a classic neighborhood in Lima, pretty
  • Hospedaje Back Packers Soler
    Hospedaje Back Packers Soler is one of the many hostels along the south side of Avenida Paracas. At this clean hotel, doña Bertha offers 10 rooms (private and dormitory) set along a multi-level terrace with pleasant seating areas. Some private rooms have color TV. All accommodations share the fo
  • Pradera Verde Hostel
    The Pradera Verde Hostel is a friendly place near, but not too near, the Miraflores nightlife scene. The rooms are all bright and airy, with fresh paint jobs. Some have sparkling clean and modern en-suite bathrooms, while others have older, shared bathrooms. There is a small yard in the back of the
  • Rivendell Lima
    After years of backpacking around the globe, the owners of Rivendell Hostel settled in Miraflores with the dream to create a place, where travelers from all over the world would feel welcome. This budget hotel is cozy, located near the action and sights andâ??most importantlyâ??fun! Most rooms ha
  • Youth Hostel Malka
    One of the only low-budget options in San Isidro, Youth Hostel Malka is clean and pleasant, with a garden, climbing wall and ping-pong tables. It is very popular among budget travelers and backpackers, and word-of-mouth in South America has it as one of the best low-cost options in all of Peru. Mal
  • The Point Cusco
    The Point is perfect for the young, sociable backpacker. Three blocks from the Plaza de Armas, it combines a casual daytime atmosphere with a happening vibe at night. Its easy to meet other travelers here, but be warned - this place has a reputation as a party hostel, so don't stay here if you're
  • Wild Rover
    The Cusco branch of the Irish-owned Wild Rover chain (it can also be found in La Paz, Bolivia and Arequipa, Peru) has only been open since December 2010 but it has quickly built up a young, backpacker fan-base. Not the place to choose if you want a good night's sleep, Wild Rover however is ideal fo
  • Las Orquídeas Hospedaje Turístico
    Tucked away a few blocks from the Plaza de Armas, in a quiet section of town, is Las Orquídeas Hospedaje Turístico. Flags of many nations flutter above the door of this modern hotel. Staff speak English and rooms are clean and spacious, with private bathrooms, cable television and WiFi.
  • Hospedaje L & L
    Hospedaje L & L is a new inn sporting white-washed walls and fine-wood trim. The rooms are large and simply furnished. The bathrooms are of sparkling tile with hot water showers. There are rooms for one to three persons, with single and matrimonial beds and shared bath (hot water showers). Also
  • Hospedaje del Rocío
    Its sign states, "Spacious roomsâ??Reservations for national and international tourists." Well, this tourist certainly had reservations about Hospedaje del Rocío after seeing the bathrooms. But at the price charged per sagging bed ("However many people can fit in one bed," the owner added), what c
  • Rumi Huasi
    The stone façade of this home-away-from-home is amusing. An occasional face smiles down at you, inviting you to come in and relax. But it is only that: a façade. Behind that wall, the 13 rooms Rumi Huasi (Stone House) offers are small and shabby. Many of them are gloomy. All come with common,
  • Hospedaje Jenny
    Hospedaje Jenny is a no-frills, friendly inn that offers habitaciones for one or two persons. All rooms are good-sized and have large windows. The ones that look onto the hallway of the main building, unfortunately, are dark. The others are light and airy. Five rooms off the courtyard are of ea
  • Casa-Hospedaje Laguna de los Cóndores
    At first sight this is a pleasant hostel. Tourism posters and a small, flower-filled courtyard greet you. The warm rooms have windows opening onto the patio. All share the common bathrooms. The front gate is always locked, and doña María isn't very attentive. She keeps the key to the hot show
  • La Casa Fitzcarraldo
    La Casa Fitzcarraldo, birthplace of the Werner Herzog films Fitzcarraldo and Aguirre, offers an unrivaled housing and jungle oasis refuge for tourists and locals alike within chaotic Iquitos. Whether you are coming to Iquitos for volunteer work, a jungle adventure, a medicinal Ayahuasca quest or ju
  • Totti Alojamiento
    Friendly staff, a family atmosphere and a colorful and relaxing communal area make Totti Alojamiento a good choice close to the main square. The single rooms are a bit cramped, but the doubles and triples are bright and airy. All rooms have cable TV and a fan. Small discounts are available for stay
  • Alojamiento Rural Yacuruna
    Although it calls itself an alojamiento rural (rural guesthouse), Yacuruna is just a block away from Yurimagua's Plaza de Armas. It offers seven rooms that are spacious and have screened windows. The common balconies, which overlook the Río Huallaga, ar
  • "the" Small Luxury Guest House
    With just four, unique rooms, this incredible boutique guest house will attract a very particular clientele. Decadent and distinctive, each room contains its own magic-whether it is the personal sound system, fireplace, dining area, curtain covered bath tub, multi gym, original Inca stone wall or o
  • Casa Hospedaje León
    Sitting on the balcony overlooking the river, you can watch the waters flow and meditate on whom is to win: this river that periodically floods or Casa Hospedaje León. This inn suffers from the ravages of that río. The adobe walls are cracked, the ceiling is falling. Within, the Leon's sloping, te
  • Casa Huéspedes El Lirio
    This hostel is much like the other ten that follow it along the main road through María—but with one distinction: from the common balcony you can watch the nightly soccer game in the village field across the road. The rooms are modest but the private, hot-water baths are clean. El Lirio's
  • Cock of the Rock Lodge
    The Cock of the Rock Lodge, located in the Kosñipata Valley of southeastern Peru, is named for its large displays of Peru's national bird: the Cock of the Rock. It is located within the Manu cloud forest, which is relatively cool and mosquito-free. The lodge has 10 double-occupancy rooms with priv
  • Heath River Wildlife Center
    Heath River Wildlife Center is the only eco-lodge located on the Heath River, which lies within the Tambopata-Madidi Reserve on the border between Peru and Bolivia. Its unique location, only 10 minutes by boat from one of the world's top macaw clay lick, allows guests to see a spectacular mix of wi
  • Bocapan Beach Lodge
    This is a brand new hotel/lodge offering bungalows by the water on a beautiful private beach in the small town of Bocapan, which is 40 minutes from the Tumbes airport and 30 minutes from Mancorá. The staff is interested in creating a relaxing environment for their guests and all services are inclu
  • Oceano
    This family-run hostel is conveniently located three blocks from the town center, close to the beach and in front of a nice park. It has 11 rooms, which come in single, double, matrimonial and family varieties. The rooms tend to be clean and tidy, and all have a TV, orthopedic bed, fan, closet spa
  • Amazon Rainforest Lodge
    Forty kilometers (25 mi) out of Iquitos on the Momon River, Amazon Lodge is a well-designed complex that blends into the jungle. Twenty-two clean, self-contained lodges are connected by covered walkways through manicured gardens, decorated with Shipibo Indian handicrafts. Tortoises and native hens
  • Miraflores Apartments For Tourists, In Lima - Peru
    Cozy 1 BR self catering apartment in the heart of Miraflores. Fully furnished, equipped and decorated. Linens and towels included. Queen bed and modern shower cabin with jets for water massages.Located few steps to the water fountain of Miraflores and Central Park & Kennedy's park.Rent include also
  • Hostal “El Bebedero”
    This ecological-cultural inn, owned by the family of archaeologist Arturo Ruiz Estrada, offers six basic rooms, each with two beds. It is a typical country-style house of unpainted adobe, red-tiled roof, dirt floor and a center courtyard garden. There is no electricity; candles are provided. The
  • Camping in Reserva Nacional de Paracas
    Imagine gazing beneath the clearest of night skies, ablaze with a billion stars. The gentle lapping of waves against the sands lulls you into a deep slumber. In the morning, you can observe the multitudes of birds that come to visit the shores. This can be your experience, as camping is permit
  • Inn Peru Apartments
    Inn Peru Apartments rents fully furnished apartments with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms, at weekly and monthly rates. These accommodations are a good option for those travelers looking to stay for a while in Lima, and who are looking for a place in Miraflores or San Isidro, that is near banks and some of Lima
  • Casa De Leeuw
    Casa de Leeuw is a unique, fairytale mansion dating from 1911, with terrace gardens and balconies. It has eight apartments (studio, small and large-sized), for two to four persons. These stylishly decorated accommodations have equipped kitchenette, heater, fan, cable TV and WiFi. Some bedrooms have
  • Casa Arequipa
    A stunning orchid-colored house on a tree-lined street is the home of Casa Arequipa, one of the city's few gay-friendly hotels. This boutique B&B has only 10 rooms, each with its own theme, like Library, Andina and Colonial, decorated in impeccable taste and with its own price. Beds are dressed wit
  • Lima Bed & Coffee
    Erika and Enrique's guesthouse, Lima Bed & Coffee, is in the very center of Barranco, just a mere 20 meters from the town's main plaza and next to Museo de la Electricidad. Beautiful trees and historic buildings drape the neighborhood with quiet charm. The two rooftop rooms share a delightful garde
  • Pirwa Hostel Machu Picchu
    Its basic, but with reasonably-priced dorm beds and hot showers Pirwa Hostel is a good choice for those looking for budget accommodation in the often overpriced Aguas Calientes. There's a 24-hour reception, and free Wi-Fi and luggage storage. A modest breakfast is included and is served from 4.30 a
  • Home Sweet Home Ollantaytambo
    A unique house offering every traveler´s dream: a cozy, comfortable place with services of the highest level that does not overcharge. The breathtaking views of the Ollantaytambo Fortress, seen from many points in the Hotel, make Home Sweet Home a unique quality bed and breakfast accommodatio
  • KB Tambo
    KB Tambo Hostal and Tours is located in the center of Ollantaytambo, 'The Living Inca Town', situated halfway between Machu Picchu and Cusco. We are an upscale travellers hostal and adventure tour agency, as well as one of the most recommended restaurants in the Sacred Valley - all under one roof.
  • Hostal El Dorado
    El Dorado is an intimate and comfortable hostel close to the Plaza de Armas. Doña Flor offers a number of lodging options, keeping in mind the needs of her guests. Rooms are available with common or private bathroom, a bit worn but clean, all with hot showers. The good-sized rooms are homey, brigh
  • Terrazas Del Inca Bed And Breakfast
    The Inca Civilization developed the most important culture in South America. Terrazas Del Inca B&B Hostel is located in this area and was constructed two years ago. We are centrally located in the town of Machu Picchu also known as Aguas Calientes. Machu Pichuu, the archeological Inca site, is a 30
  • Hostal Varayoc
    Just a stone's throw from the train station and buses to Machu Picchu, the Varayoc has a prime location. Blink and you'll miss it-it can be found right above the internet cafe. This place is simple and lacks any real character, but its prices are low for Aguas Calientes. There is 24-hr hot water, m
  • San Blas Backpacker Hostel
    We are a family that offers to the travelers Backpackers an unforgettable experience enjoying our accommodations created with Andean and colonial touches, to give you the satisfaction you feel at home, a place which we are proud of being the only Hostel with a view of 360 degrees of the Cusco city
  • Flying Dog - Cusco
    A good backpacker meeting point, the Flying Dog is a small and comfortable hostel located in a quiet area within walking distance to Plaza de Armas. It features clean rooms, a continental breakfast, friendly English-speaking staff, 24-hour reception, a flat screen TV with DVD films and free interne
  • Hostal Choquachaca
    Hostal Choquachaca is a small and quiet hostel located in a quiet area of Cusco, but still within convenient distance to tourist attractions and Plaza de Armas. It is good value for money and has clean rooms with balconies for a views over Cusco. The walls are thin, but it's not a party hostel, s
  • Cusco View Point Hostel
    Cusco view point hostel es un sitio para estar muy a gusto. Todos sus detalles están muy cuidados y todos los servicios fueron geniales, agua caliente, sábanas limpias, camas confortables, flores frescas...y el patio es para relajarte tomando el sol después de- hacer 1000 cosas por Cusco, ademá
  • Hotel Prado
    The large, 51-room Hotel Prado is one of the few budget-priced hotels in town. It's far from luxurious, but the prices are a lot lower than most of Cajamarca's accommodations, and, situated just a few blocks from the main plaza, it's also convenient. Rooms have WiFi and cable TV and most have priva
  • Hostal Forteleza de Kuélap
    The accommodations of this hostel are situated on the second floor of a classic colonial building. Rooms with common bath (cold water shower) are large and sparsely furnished. The common bathrooms could be cleaner. Also available are rooms with balconies and private bath. However, these add a ne
  • Gran Hostal Miraflores
    The Gran Hostal Miraflores is clean, simple, and convenient, located just two blocks off the central plaza on Hermilio Valdizán. They offer laundry, breakfast and lunch upon request, private bathrooms, hot showers and cable TV. Single, double, triple and quad rooms available as well as a safe depo
  • Hospedaje Salvatierra
    Since 1935, the Salvatierra family has received visitors to Huacachina resort. Rooms are around two garden patios, one with a swimming pool. Shaded arcades provide areas for sitting, writing and relaxation. The rooms are simply furnished, with private baths. The hostel is well-worn with the generat
  • APU Peru, International student house
    APU Peru helps foreign students and volunteers by providing furnished international student housing. Homey and inexpensive, APU has two houses and an apartment located in Miraflores. While not a hostel, foreign visitors, including students, internship recipients, workers and volunteers, can rent a
  • Student Housing: Los Petirrojos
    Are you coming to Lima for a long term stay and are you looking for a place to stay? Are you an exchange student at a university in Lima? Are you coming to Peru in a volunteering position? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Los Petirrojos has a variety of accommodations in one of the m
  • Hostal El Marquez
    Smaller and more expensive then neighboring Hotel los Balcones, this 26 room hostel is more of a hotel in terms of structure and service. One of the most expensive hostels in Huancayo, this 3-star hostel has WiFi in all the rooms as well as a computer lounge and free Internet in the first floor lob
  • Hostal las Lomas
    This centrally-located hostel is one of the best in town for backpackers and budget travelers. All rooms throughout the four-story hostel have TVs with cable, private bathrooms, hot water, and there are two desktops in the common room to check E-mail. Despite the yellow walls, the place is a bit da
  • El Mirador de Kuélap
    This hostel offers four warm rooms, two with private bathrooms and two with common bathrooms, for a bargain introductory price. Each room has a large picture window. The small baths all have hot showers. El Mirador de Kuélap earns its name with views of the Fortress on the other side of the Utcubam
  • Andescamp Lodging And Mountaineering
    Andescamp Lodge is a hostel with a nice, warm atmosphere. It has all the amenities to make you feel at home. There is a big kitchen, a nice living room with hammocks and sofas on which you can relax, Internet access, a laundry room, a garage, tourist information and comfortable beds with orthopedic
  • La Cabaña
    La Cabaña Hospedaje is a welcoming place just far enough away from downtown to experience a little tranquility. Rooms are basic, but clean. Each room has cable TV and private bathroom. Free WiFi is also available. There is no restaurant at the hotel, but the owner can provide a breakfast or lun
  • La Casa de la Abuela 2
    More of a homestay than a hostel, La Casa de la Abuela 2 is quite different than its sister hostel. Most traveler's stay here for months to study Spanish or volunteer at GeMa, though this home also receives overflow from La Casa de la Abuela during holidays. The house is run by the always-smiling Zo
  • Hostal Universal Huaraz - Downtown
    HOSTAL UNIVERSAL HUARAZ - DOWNTOWN, one of the most comfortable hostel in Huaraz downtown, offers comfortable rooms full equipped with modern things, 24 hours hot water, TV cable, WI-FI internet, Turist Information at our front desk, specially meeting point for solo travelers, who are looking for pa
  • Hotel Santa Rosa
    One of the largest and most expensive places to stay in town, Hotel Santa Rosa is a giant maze of a hotel. The reception desk is easy to miss and located in a room to the right after the first entrance. The balcony lined floors all open up to a courtyard with restaurant and tables set outside. The
  • Hostal La Florida
    Rooms at Hostal Florida are built around a green central patio, full of cactus, flowering plants and cages of chirping parakeets. While there's a nice view of the city valley from the little upstairs balcony, rooms are comfortable and all have private bathrooms, the real selling point of this place
  • Hotel Costa del Sol
    A three-star luxury hotel at Plaza Bolognesi in the heart of Tumbes. The Hotel Costa del Sol has the reputation of being the best accommodations in town, complete with 56 rooms with cable TV, minibars, a Jacuzzi and safety deposit boxes. It also features a casino and pool, along with a restaurant. T
  • Hostal Samay Wasi
    The centrally located Hostal Samay Wasi is one of Tumbes' budget lodging options. The large rooms are well-furnished with comfortable beds. The bathrooms may be a bit worn, but they are very clean. Travelers on a tight budget overnighting in this city should ask about the special economical rooms th
  • Arrecife Hotel
    This upscale hotel is located right on the beach and affords pleasant views of the Pacific. Amenities offered include Internet access, cable TV and direct dial telephone service. The tropical garden bar and restaurant serves as a great meeting point. Breakfast is included and all credit cards are a
  • Hotel Libertador (Cusco)
    Libertador is a small chain of ultra-luxury hotels operating in Peru. The Cusco branch, the Cusco Hotel Libertador, was one of Conde Naste's top places to stay in 2009 and the hotel chain has received a number of awards and accolades over the years. Occupying the former home of Francisco Pizarro, c
  • Hostal Florian
    This hostel, two blocks from Tumbes' Plaza de Armas, offers private rooms, hot and cold water, and television at reasonable rates. Prices are consistent all year round. There is no breakfast, but there are plenty of restaurants and diners nearby.
  • Hospedaje Aruba
    In a block of cheap hostels, Aruba does not stand out. The prices could be more competitive considering the rooms don't have windows, a musty smell lingers in the rooms, and there are no private bathrooms. Still, if Hospedaje California is full, this is an easy second choice since it's next door.
  • Casa-Hospedaje Crillón
    Near the bus stations and one block from the highway, Casa-Hospedaje Crillón is a nice place to spend your nights while in Máncora. It is on a pedestrian street, which guarantees a more tranquil rest than at most hostels in this village. The clean, good-sized rooms have comfortable beds and scree
  • Hospedaje California
    For backpackers, Hospedaje California continues to rack in the best value. The rooms are cheery, the staff is helpful, and the beds are comfortable. Most rooms have private baths, some with hot water. Accommodations on the top floor share two common bathrooms. If the breeze wafting through the wind
  • Hotel Costabella
    With well-kept rooms and a close proximity to popular eateries, Costabella is a good find for those willing to pay mid-range prices. Foreigners and Peruvians alike stay here. All rooms have a private bathroom, hot water, cable TV, WiFi, telephone and fan. Hotel Costabella also offers laundry servic
  • Costa del Sol Hotel
    Costa del Sur Piura is one luxury hotel in a chain of five located in northern Peru. There may be no notable cultural character to this 68-room hotel, but the abundance Jacuzzis make up for it. Come here to unwind and live the good life. Costa del Sur also has an on-site restaurant serving internat
  • Hostal Corihuasi
    Hostal Corihuasi is a charming mid-range hotel in a convenient location. The building is housed in a nicely-converted 17th century home, with excellent views of the city. Each room is unique, though some are better than others so ask to see yours beforehand. The hotel also has an cozy lounge with f
  • Hotel Las Dunas
    Hotel Las Dunas is a complete resort-hotel. The 130 spacious, airy rooms have cable TV, air conditioning, minibar and private bathrooms with tubs. There are also suites and a family chalet. Most accommodations have a private balcony overlooking the gardens, golf course or three swimming pools. La
  • Hotel San Agustin El Dorado
    San Agustin El Dorado in centrally located in Cusco's historic centre. It is within walking distance to the nearby Plaza de Armas and Koricancha Temple. The staff are extremely friendly and ready to help the guests feel at home. They will even help you sign up for tours and get yourself organized.
  • Koyllur Hotel
    Koyllur Hotel is a Peruvian hotel chain offering visitors an original way to know Peru and to experience the spirit of the Andean world. Our hotels' warmth and our staff's hospitality allow guests to enjoy the wonderful experience of discovering the magic and splendor of the Andes.
  • Second Home Cusco
    With just three luxurious, comfortable and spacious suites, Second Home Cusco really does live up to its name, offering an exclusive and individual experience for those travelers looking for that something extra special. Service is attentive and the price includes airport pick-up, breakfast and tou
  • Inkayra Hotel
    Inkayra Hotel, new on Cusco hotel scene, offers modern rooms with private bathrooms and hot water 24 hours a day. There also has internet access. The price includes breakfast.
  • Hostal Suecia I
    Suecia I is a small, cozy, and familiar bed and breakfast hostel in a carefully restored and conditioned 16th century house. It is located just off the Main Square, at the very heart of Cusco. Suecia provides simple, affordable, and quality service as well as friendly staff and is all-around good v
  • Hatuchay Tower
    Hatuchay Tower has 42 spacious rooms, all equipped with modern amenities such as satellite TV, telephone, in-room safe, 24-hour room service, and hot and cold water 24-hours. Smoking rooms are available. The on-site restaurant serves specialty Peruvian dishes and international cuisine. The restuara
  • Hotel Royal Inka II
    Like its sister, the Royal Inka I, Hotel Royal Inka II occupies a converted colonial home. This hotel is a little more formal and expensive, and the rooms are more uniform. The entire establishment is more modern, which will appeal to some. The hotel is very conveniently located to all of Cusco's m
  • Hotel Marqueses
    With a convenient location only a block and a half from the Plaza de Armas, Hotel Marqueses is housed in a beautifully and authentically restored 400-year-old colonial building. It is a charming, safe and spotlessly clean place to stay and the open-air courtyard is a real gem. The hotel offers two
  • Cristina Hostal
    Rustic, indigenous décor creates a true Peruvian ambiance at Cristina Hostal. While the rooms are basic, they have such amenities as comfortable beds with private baths, 24-hour hot water, telephones, carpeting, cable TV and comes with continental breakfast. For a bit more money, the hostel also r
  • El Balcón Hostal
    Located in the colonial center of Cusco, only three blocks from the Plaza de Armas, El Balcón overlooks the city and the surrounding mountains. This hostel was originally constructed in 1630 atop Inca agricultural terraces, and was meticulously restored in 1998 to the beautiful condition it is in
  • Hostal Sol y Mar
    For all you surfers out there, the good news is that Sol y Mar is just a few meters from the beach. And if you don't surf, walk a few minutes in the other direction and you are in downtown Máncora. There is a swimming pool, bar/restaurant (with specialty seafood dishes), private parking, racquet c
  • Las Arenas de Máncora
    Las Arenas de Máncora is a luxurious hotel on the beach that prides itself on its ability to serve couples for weddings, anniversaries or romantic retreats (and tempting them with couples discounts). That said, it's no inverted Club Med and there is plenty of space for all types of groups. All roo
  • Hospedaje San Lucas
    Run by a kind-hearted woman, the former Hostal Lido is its old self. Backpackers can shoestring their trip one more night in a room here. If you've found yourself in a room on the roof, enjoy the view, though it's likely to be overcast. Both shared and private baths have hot water. Other amenities
  • Hotel Paraíso
    Professionally run Hotel Paraíso attracts a business clientele. It charges mid-range prices, and delivers on both cleanliness and comfort. Rooms are warmly decorated and come with private bathrooms with 24-hour hot water, TV with cable, fan and WiFi. Its executive rooms include a continental break
  • Hotel Central
    Two blocks behind the main plaza, Hotel Central runs a tight ship. Its 56 rooms have comfortable beds, private bathrooms with hot water and television. Some even sport a mini-fridge, Jacuzzi and air conditioning.
  • Hostal Sicán
    Hostal Sicán offers single and double rooms with cable TV and a private bathroom, which has very good hot showers The hostel can be noisy, though; ask for rooms on upper floors. A simple breakfast is included in the price. The management have a safety deposit box for valuables and a few leaflets
  • Garza Hotel in Chiclayo
    Garza Hotel in Chiclayo is a modern hotel conveniently located just five blocks from the main square, near the city's commercial area. The hotel has 94 rooms and offers a restaurant, bar/casino, pool, business center and conference facilities, making it a good place to stay for business and leisure
  • Hospedaje Huáscar
    On a cul-de-sac off Avenida de Los Incas, five blocks from the Plaza de Armas, is a budget traveler's find. The neighborhood edges on a bit sketchy, but Hospedaje Huáscar is reported to be a safe retreat. Rooms come with private or common bath and vary in size and quality, so check several before
  • Hotel Libertador Trujillo
    Hotel Libertador is a small chain of luxury hotels in Peru. The Hotel Libertador Trujillo is right on the main square, and is conveniently located from the airport, downtown and the Chan Chan ruins. The hotel offers everything you would expect from a five-star hotel: good service, decadent surround
  • Residencial Vanini
    In terms of hotels in Trujillo, Residencial Vanini is probably the best budget option. Run by the charismatic Señora Marcela Vanini, who converted her family home into a hotel after her seven children grew up, Residencial Vanini offers half a dozen wood cabins on the roof, with shared showers. The
  • Pullman Hotel
    Of the hotels in Trujillo, the Pullman Hotel is one of the few that offers a tranquil atmosphere away from the noise of honking taxi drivers and city traffic. All rooms are clean and attractive, equipped with phone, cable TV, and refrigerators, and some also have excellent views of the city. The ho
  • Casa de Clara
    For newcomers seeking a bit more information on activities in Trujillo, Casa de Clara is an excellent choice. The establishment is run by Clara Bravo and Michael White, both helpful and experienced tour guides who collectively speak German, French, Italian and English. Groups can be accommodated, a
  • Hotel Tumi de Oro
    Hotel Tumi de Oro is a bit far from the center of town and the bus terminals, but the price is right. It is one of the cheaper hotels for someone traveling alone in Chiclayo. The large, modern building has rooms that are a bit small and impersonal, but clean. The tiled, private baths have something
  • Hostal Victoria
    Hostal Victoria is a great deal for people traveling in pairs. Its large rooms are generously furnished with a desk, fan, reading lamp, cable TV and a very comfortable overstuffed chair. There is hot water and clean floors. Another perk is its location, four blocks from the bus companies on Avenida
  • Hostal Solange
    Hostal Solange is an old-time favorite of budget travelers. Señora Solange is a bit deaf, but eager to sit in the courtyard garden and talk with her guests about their lives, dreams and adventures. She has clean rooms on two floors around the patio, for one to four people. All have private hot-wat
  • Sunset Hostal
    This oceanfront hostel has single, matrimonial and suite rooms, all with private baths and wooden floors. Although the place may remind you of your grandparent's Florida home at first, the rooms are quite inviting, clean and comfortable. The suite also comes with a microwave, refrigerator and cable
  • Hotel Sunset
    The best part about Hotel Sunset is it's right on the beach, the reason for visiting Máncora. It's a cute little place that only has six rooms, pretty much guaranteeing you a quiet time. The rooms can sleep up to five people and each one has a little porch looking out onto the ocean, which is pret
  • Hotel Puerto Palos
    Hotel Puerto Palos is another Máncora beauty. The hotel is new, modern and clean. It's right on the beach, with permanent sun umbrellas for guests to use. However, if you get tired of the white sand and ocean, Puerto Palos also has a pool surrounded by tables and umbrellas if you need to refresh y
  • Huanchaco Inn
    Huanchaco Inn is a low-key beach resort located on the outskirts of Trujillo that prides itself on its fishing-village ambiance. The resort is conveniently located just five minutes from Chan Chan, the world's largest clay city, and seven minutes from downtown Trujillo. Visitors will enjoy the on-s
  • La Esquina
    This corner joint with restaurant below has spartan rooms but with ocean views. All rooms have their own bathroom with hot water. Head downstairs for the catch of the day.
  • Hostal Sol Radiante
    It seems all hotels in Chicalyo come wrapped up in a glass-paneled modern architecture. Hostal Sol Radiante is no exception. The rooms are a good size and are amply furnished. Besides central-heated hot water, some of the private bathrooms have tubsâ??a great way to soak away the dirt of the archa
  • La Casa Suiza
    La Casa Suiza has fallen from its pedestal. Although still a place for gringo travelers to gravitate to, most find the rooms and bathrooms on the untidy and uncared for side. More often than not, guests move to My Friend down the street for friendlier service and cleaner rooms. Hot water is not rel
  • Hostal Los 3 Delfines
    This four-story place located a couple blocks from the beach is on the nicer side as hostels go. Clean but dry in character, the beds are comfy and the hot water is always a crowd-pleaser. Only doubles and quads have private bathrooms. All rooms come with cable TV.
  • Huanchaco Hostal
    Located on the main square, Huanchaco Hostal is a clean, respectable place. Each room is decorated with Peruvian art, and if you walk to the back patio, you will find a nice but rather small pool. Each room has cable TV.
  • My Friend Hospedaje
    This hospedaje-restaurant is in good with the gringos, probably because it's run by sweet, motherly lady. It also doesn't hurt that the prices are the best in town for backpackers and breakfast is a walk downstairs. The owners can help set you up with a tour of the local beaches as well.
  • Hotel El Grial
    Situated in a quiet corner of the San Blas district, this mid-range hotel is a clean and comfortable option. The spacious and tastefully decorated rooms are all found on the second floor, set around a covered colonial courtyard in which a free continental breakfast is served each morning. All ro
  • Casa Vieja Peru
    Casa Vieja Peru, while not quite from the Colonial Era, is a beautiful house that has served as both a dwelling for generations of families and as a monastery. As with many converted hotels, each room has a different layout, giving the house a unique appeal. If you arrive and it's not busy, you mig
  • Hospedaje Laguna de los Cóndores
    This hostel, popular with tour groups, is a half-block from the Plaza de Armas. The common areas are homey. The entryway has a hand-laid stone floor with the design of a Chachapoyan sarcophagus. Balconies with hammocks overlook interior gardens. Rooms, which tend to be small and some a bit musty
  • Spatuletail Lodge
    The Spatuletail Lodge is located just outside the village of Choctamal and the Kuelap ruins. Interestingly, it is managed by the village and the income is split between the employees. The real attraction of the lodge however is its proximity to the Kuelap ruins, which can even been seen from one of
  • Casa Hospedaje Cucha Cuella
    The courtyard is a working area for the family, with wash areas and, in one corner, a beehive adobe stove where the doña (the owner) bakes traditional bread. But step into one of the half-dozen rooms up on the second floor, and you enter a sanctuary. The large rooms, have wooden floors, bed
  • La Casona de Leymebamba
    Walk into this gem, located two blocks from the Plaza, and you are welcomed by an interior garden surrounded by a broad, second-story, wooden balconies. Between local treks, you can rest in the sitting areas with tremendous views over the mountains, or enjoy the gardens and orchid nursery (over 200
  • Hotel Escobedo
    The hand-painted sign greets you with promises of "modest prices," and that is just what you will receive here: A single is 8 soles /$2.60; a double, 12 soles /$4. This hotel of time-worn adobe offers three large, simply furnished rooms with wooden balconies overlooking the street. The common bath
  • Casa San Blas Boutique Hotel
    Casa San Blas Boutique Hotel offers superior service and hospitality. A warm atmosphere and clean, comfortable rooms are not even the hotel's main bent: this meticulously restored 18th century colonial-style house is also conveniently located just off the Cuesta San Blas. Rooms are heated and come
  • Hostal Continental
    A maze of hallways lead to the rooms of the Hostal Continental. The four stories echo with the comings and goings, the conversations and music of its guests. The rooms are a bit cramped, but have cable and some come with private bathrooms. The common baths are a bit austere but clean, and luckily t
  • El Portal Del Marques
    El Portal Del Marques is located only a few blocks away from the Plaza de Armas: convenient if you want to be amid the action, but it can get noisy. All rooms have private bathrooms, cable TV, Wi-FI and fridges, and some have Jacuzzis. There's a restaurant, convention room, casino and bar. Even wi
  • Hotel Casa Blanca
    Located right on the Plaza de Armas, the Casa Blanca is a good option for those who want to stay in Cajamarca's charming town center. Featuring wooden banisters and floors, stained glass windows and a funky lobby, the hotel gives you a taste of what it once was. Unfortunately, actual hotel rooms
  • Hostal Alfredo
    Hostal Alfredo is in a quiet district nine blocks from the main plaza. Each of the 12 rooms in this historic building has phone, cable TV, private bath, Jacuzzi and hydromassage. There's continental breakfast, internet, room service, a bar, restaurant, and gardens. Note that there have been some r
  • Colonia Hotel
    This hotel is located in the heart of Huaraz, just six blocks from the Plaza de Armas. The Colonia is an ecological hotel that attracts primarily adventurous travelers. The big garden is the perfect place to unwind after a day of excitement. The 13 rooms are spacious with ho
  • El Mirador Yungaino
    Rooms start at $10, and the price includes a private bath, hot water, parking cars, color TV, 24-hour service and security. For an extra cost, they also offer laundry service. The rooms are large and decent quality rooms, clean, with fairly new beds. It also near of principal square and walkin
  • Los Nogales Hotel
    Los Nogales is one of just a few places for visitors to stay at in this charming mountain town. The owners, the Lara family, recently renovated their colonial home into a colorful hotel in order to accommodate the many hikers stopping in Chiquián. They now offer cable TV, shared or private bathroo
  • Gran Hotel Huayhuash
    Climbers wishing for a comfortable night's stay to prepare them for roughing it in the mountains for the next two weeks, need look no further than Gran Hotel Huayhuash, the plushest accommodation to be found in Chiquián.
  • Ciudadela Warpa Picchu
    Located five kilometers (3.1 mi) outside town, Ciudadela Warpa Picchu is part of a large recreational center. Guests have access to the ground's facilities, which include an outdoor pool, a Jacuzzi, a sauna, sports fields, a gym and an on-site restaurant. This place is a relaxing escape from the ci
  • Grand Cesar's Hotel
    GRAND CESAR'S HOTEL one of the high category hotel in Huaraz, situalted in the quite neigborhood, just one block from main square to east side, our Hotel is equipped with all necesary thing that adventure travellers need or looking for them, we provide free turist information and conection domestic
  • Galaxia
    Welcome to "Hotel Galaxia" since 1980, invites all tourists to enjoy an unforgettable stay in the city of Huaraz.Characterized by its casual, family atmosphere for our guests feel at home, the beauty and majesty of the White Mountains can be seen from our roof.We have a high level of personalized s
  • El Patio de Monterrey
    The architecture of El Patio de Monterrey is reminiscent of a hacienda, with chimneys, patios and beautiful gardens that create a romantic ambiance. Each of the 25 rooms are cozy and have cable TV, heating and a private bathroom. There are also four cabins with fireplaces that sleep four (two adult
  • Andino Club Hotel
    Just a 15-minute walk from the main plaza, Andino Club Hotel is often considered to be one of the best accommodations in town. The friendly owners are Swiss and some of the rooms have stunning views of the beautiful Huascaran Mountains. All rooms have private bathrooms with 24-hour hot water, cable
  • Pastoruri Hotel
    The Pastoruri Hotel opened its doors to guests in 2005. Panoramic views and an array of amenities are complemented by quality service. The 27 comfortable rooms (singles, doubles and suites) have 24-hour hot water, private bath, cable TV, internet access (in some rooms), telephone and safe deposit
  • Morales Guest House
    Located five blocks from the Plaza de Armas in a quiet and safe area, the Morales Guest House has eight rooms with private bathrooms for two, three or four people. The Morales family, who owns the guesthouse and is a pioneer in climbing and trekking in the
  • Hostal Ollanta

    Offering simple, clean rooms with wood floors, Hostel Ollanta is great for anyone on a budget. The shared bathrooms are brand new, and have hot water.

  • Hostal La Ñusta
    At Hostal La �'usta, dark, bare rooms give way to spectacular views of nearby mountains and ruins. Among the hostels in Ollantaytambo, this is one of the friendliest. Always ready to extend a hospitable hand to guests, owner Rubén Ponce is also a fountain of knowledge about the town's ruins.
  • Hotel Pakaritampu
    Lodging in Ollantaytambo doesn't get much swankier or much more relaxing than Hotel Pakaritampu. Located on Avenida Ferrocarril, which links the railroad station with the town center, the hotel's country grounds quickly whisk away any residual city stress after a stint in Cusco. Its a rambling ranc
  • Andean Moon
    Set back from the main square, up one of Ollantaytambo's pretty cobblestone streets, the Andean Moon is a pleasant place to crash for a day or two. The owner is friendly and accommodating, and you can bargain with her?during the?low season for a reduced rate. Rooms are a generous size and have beam
  • Apu Lodge
    Apu Lodge has ample gardens and wonderful views of the peaceful old Inca town and its ruins. The hotel's appeal lies in its service, provided by British owner Louise and her local husband and staff, who can give you dozens of helpful recommendations for places to visit in the surrounding areas. It
  • Amaru Valle Hotel
    Set just on the outskirts of town, Amaru Valle Hotel consists of a number of charming duplex cottages (the rooms on the upper floor have balconies) scattered around a very pretty and well-cared-for garden. The rooms are clean and pleasant, with gorgeous mountain views and bathrooms with hot, hot sh
  • K'antuyoc
    Perched on a very slender piece of land between the road and the river, K'antuyoc may be as close to sleeping in a grove of eucalyptus as it gets without actually swinging from a hammock. From the café downstairs (which boasts a menu with seven different flavors of pancakes, typical plates like
  • El Albergue
    This peaceful establishment is perfect for travelers seeking a place to kick back and relax. Owned by Wendy Weeks, a painter from Seattle, the hotel has spacious whitewashed rooms tastefully adorned with wooden tables and beds. The inviting rooms are accented by a tranquil atmosphere and graceful d
  • Hostal Las Orquídeas
    Small but comfortable rooms with private bath and hot water ensure that any visit to Hostal Las Orquídeas will be a restful one. Of the hot
  • Hostal Sauce
    An upscale establishment run by attentive staff and providing six cozy, sun-filled rooms. The dining room, lounge and three of the six rooms have some of the most spectacular views of the Inca ruins of all Ollantaytambo's hotels. On cold nights, snuggle into the comfy couches and warm yourself in f
  • Hotel Munay Tika
    From the front courtyard of Hotel Munay Tika you can hear the hum of the river as it tumbles down from Incan ruins and makes its way into the Río Urubamba. If the lull of babbling brook doesn't suit your fancy, weave around the bright yellow and red buildings and cozy up with your book among the f
  • Las Portadas
    Don't panic when you step through the gate at Las Portadas and find yourself in a courtyard surrounded by only a handful of rooms. The path winds through the flowered courtyard and opens up into a second, much more spacious communal outdoor area and another two-story building with plenty of rooms.
  • Peru Bergsport Hostel
    â??Peru Bergsport Hostel, new and modern hostel in Huaraz closer easy access to ATMs and Banks. located in quite and safe neighborhood, offers comfortable rooms full equipped with modern items, easy access to mountains for outdoor activities such as Hiking Climbing Camping and others in the Cord
  • Kurmi Hostel Lima Airport
    Featuring a fully equipped common kitchen, a common living room, and a restaurant, Kurmi Hostel B&B Lima Airport is located in Callao, a 5-minute drive from Lima's international airport. Open Plaza shopping centre and the financial area are 200 metres away. Free WiFi access is available. Rooms her