• Casa de Felipe
    Literally built by hand, Casa de Felipe is a work of many years of love. Felipe has created a most spectacularly comfortable space for the budget traveler with the amenities we need, including kitchen and laundry facilities. The rooms are spacious and beautifully decorated. The shady garden terrace
  • Posada de San Antonio
    Located in a beautifully restored colonial mansion in the antique barrio of San Antonio, this posada's familiar style and relaxed ambiance have made it a favorite with those wishing to stay in an establishment a step up from grungy backpacker digs. With a capacity to hold 45 people, Posada de San A
  • Finca El Maco
    René has created the wonderful ecological Finca El Maco for those budget travelers who want to stay in fresh country air, eat excellent pizza and relax while checking out all that San Agustín has to offer. Creative lodging choices like spending a night in a teepee with a fire pit adds to the adve
  • Hacienda Pinsaqui
    Located between the market towns of Otavalo, Cotacachi and San Antonio de Ibarra, Pinsaqui is the perfect place to come to to visit the markets while enjoying the comfort of one of the most beautiful haciendas in the north of Ecuador. Pinsaqui has a long history of famous visits: Simón Bolívar us
  • Hostería Izhcayluma
    Hostería Izhcayluma is situated on a hill approximately two kilometers (1.2 mi) outside of Vilcabamba, and enjoys spectacular vistas of the village and surrounding countryside. Guests are housed in beautiful bungalows, set well-spaced within the grounds and decorated in a minimalist style. Balconi
  • 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
  • La Casa Amarilla
    Way overdue, there is finally a budget option for travelers in Mompós. La Casa Amarilla is a large, renovated colonial mansion with views over the Magdalena River. The kioscos are in a great place, out where you can enjoy an ice cold beer and watch the howler monkeys. Prices, as you would expect
  • El Monte Sustainable Lodge
    The most ecologically friendly hotel in this incredibly environmentally conscious town, El Monte is a comfortable, full-service lodge with spectacular views. It's set on a 44-hectare (109-ac) private nature reserve with a rich secondary cloud forest, excellent bird- and wildlife-watching and a ri
  • 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
  • Macondo Guesthouse
    Macondo Guesthouse has become the place to stay in San Gil. Australian-born Shaun opens his doors of this colonial house just a few blocks from Parque La Libertad to backpackers and other travelers. He offers both dorms and private rooms, all sharing baths. Amenities include kitchen, laundry facili
  • Hostal Renacer
    Hostal Renacer is a place to be reborn after a day of strenuous sightseeing. Located just outside Villa de Leyva, Oscar has created just the place for backpackers to relax and rest. Dorm, room or camping, super-clean common bath or private—there is something to fit every budget. The upstairs s
  • Miramelindo
    Walking through the doors of Miramelindo is like walking into the colorful otherworldly scene of a Gonzalo Endara Crow painting. The hotel itself is a life-size work of art. It's truly a surprise to find such a fine hotel and restaurant in the tiny, remote town of Río Verde. Located right off the
  • Jardín Escondido
    In addition to the sizzling Mexican and international fare offered at its restaurant, Jardín Escondido has 13 pleasantly appointed roomsâ??singles, doubles and family roomsâ??with private baths. The hotel, as the name would suggest, features a beautiful hidden garden with an inviting pool for ta
  • La Casa Sol
    La Casa Sol is more than a hotel, it is a home integrated into the daily life of the indigenous communities of the sector. La Casa Sol is located inside the "Cascada de Peguche" (Waterfall of Peguche) Protected Forest. The Kichwa de Peguche community is a privileged and energetic place where guests
  • Hotel Folklore
    Hotel Folklore is a colorfully decorated, intimate hotel. The rooms include a private bath and a home-cooked breakfast served every morning in its pleasant dining room. You're even welcome to use the kitchen to whip up a specialty from your home country! It is located close enough to the Mariscal a
  • La Selva Jungle Lodge
    La Selva Jungle Lodge is 97 kilometers (60 mi) down the Napo River (2.5 hours by canoe) from the town of Coca. Located within Yasuní National Park, the lodge has 18 thatched cabins and a striking dining room with bar/lounge area overlooking Garzacocha Lake. Each of the cabins has a private bathro
  • Hostería Papagayo
    Papagayo is a beautiful hostería that presents a variety of rooms with superb views of the volcanoes, as well as a cabin. Its relaxing atmosphere makes it the perfect place to acclimatize before or after summiting the mountains. Amenities include Jacuzzi, BBQs, WiFi and an excellent restaurant. In
  • La Casa de Cecilia
    Tucked away on a dirt path a few minutes south of the plaza, La Casa de Cecilia is a clean and cozy lodge. This place is a real steal for the budget traveler. Its main lodge and cabins are spread along a rocky riverside, and the river's rushing waters provide a soothing soundtrack to travelers loun
  • Antinea Apart-Hotel
    Declared a cultural heritage site, this charming and unique French hotel is located in the very heart of Quito. Antinea offers spacious rooms, suites and furnished apartments, all decorated with good taste and class, making it a popular home away from home for leisure and business travelers alike.
  • Tandayapa Bird Lodge
    Tandayapa, the self-proclaimed "ultimate birding destination," was built in 1999 on a pasture on the edge of the cloud forest outside of Mindo. The lodge has since planted over 30,000 trees to fill in the areas of the cloud forest that had been destroyed. Tandayapa, which is stacked with birding ge
  • Hostal Llullu Llama
    Once a traditional farmhouse, Hostel Llullu Lama is now a beautiful mountain lodge. Due to its location, the hostel is a prime spot to start hikes and treks. Pick up free hiking maps or organize a multi-day tour. Head out to nearby indigenous markets and communities, check out hidden valley trails
  • Hotel San Carlos
    The Hotel San Carlos is one of the budget options in San Gil. It is close to the Parque Central, the central market and Parque Natural Gallineral. A variety of rooms are provided, for one to three persons or families, some with private bath and television. The reception area has cable television. T
  • El Descanso
    Located off the main drag (to the right if you are entering from the main access road), El Descanso is a little more expensive than its many hotel neighbors, but has clean, fresh rooms with hardwood floors and lofts. An open-air café and lounge looks out onto a lovely garden, where staff has spott
  • Cotococha Lodge
    One of the more easily accessible jungle lodges, Cotococha is located in the upper Amazon basin on the Napo River between Tena and Puyo. This is a good location, as it is therefore accessible from both Baños and Quito. It has 21 well-built, comfortable bungalows with differing capacities. Each o
  • 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
  • La Posada del Arte
    For art aficionados and discriminating travelers, La Posada del Arte is certainly a Baños treasure. In addition to big, comfy beds, and plenty of hot water, the hostel has a cozy sala where you can relax, listen to music or read in front of an inviting fireplace. The hostel is also a showcase for
  • Hostal Casa Del Río
    Casa del Río, which opened its doors in 2010, is right on the Rumiyaco River, at the Caliyaco swimming spot. Caliyaco is one of the most popular swimming areas in Mocoa, so guests have the priviledge of having it at their toes. The hostel has six double rooms and two four-bed dorms; each room has
  • 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
  • The Gypsy Residence In Macondo
    The Gypsy Residence welcomes backpackers to Moconda. This small hostel, with only two double rooms and a six-bed dormitory, is intimate and inviting. Relax in the common room, hang out on the front patio watching Aracataca happenings, or sway away a sultry afternoon ina hammock in the shady backyar
  • Palm Tree Hostel
    Perhaps the â??grand dameâ? of Medellín hostels, the Palm Tree has maintained a steady record over the years as a popular backpacker haunt. This townhouse, which sits in a residential neighborhood close to cheap restaurants and next door to a massive supermarket, has everything a budget travel
  • Hotel Bambu
    Commanding a quiet, sandy corner of the main street, Hotel Bambu is a popular traveler hangout and good place to rest your head. Accommodation ranges from cheap to more expensive (by Canoa standards), from a dorm bed to a more elaborate room with private balcony and bathroom, and a big comfy bed. C
  • Piman
    Located a half an hour outside of Ibarra, Hacienda Piman is an excellent example of an historical Ecuadorian hacienda, founded in the 1620;s and remaining in the same family from the 1680's until today. Recently renovated and opened in 2013 as a luxurious inn and all-inclusive hacienda, Piman succ
  • Hostería Ñandé Retá
    Hostería Ñandé Retá is a comfortable place to stay while in Pellegrini. The main house is a log and stone chalet with a large common area with fireplace on the first floor and guest rooms on the second. The third story is the perfect place to read or play on rainy days. An adjacent ranch-style
  • Provincia Hostel Valledupar
    Provincia Hostel Valledupar, located a block from the main plaza, is the perfect place for relaxing. The hostel has both dormitories and private rooms with fan or air conditioning, and many bathrooms to avoid showering bottlenecks. The hostel features many common areas, with game tables, hammocks
  • Del Bono Suites
    Del Bono Suites is a modern, seven-story-tall hotel a half-block from San Juan's Plaza 25 de Mayo. This stunning inn offers beautiful mini-apartments with all amenities. The entrance area of each accommodation has a kitchenette complete with microwave, dishes and other necessities to fix simple mea
  • Azuluna Eco-Lodge
    Azuluna Eco-Lodge is a set of cheery ecological cabins perched on a hill overlooking the ocean. The lodge employees local workers, sells organic Ecuadorian coffee and locally made handicrafts, and is involved in a number of community projects. In fact, 10 percent of all room costs is funneled back
  • Casa del Sol
    Run by a Canadian yoga instructor, Casa del Sol is a relaxing and sociable hotel in front of La Punta, and the only yoga studio in Montañita. During high season, it hosts 15 yoga, dance, martial arts and nia classes each week in its bamboo studio, which cost $7 a session. It has a communal atmos
  • Designio 48
    Just six blocks from the bus terminal is Las Grutas' only hostel, Designio 48. On the front of this modern inn is the hostel's mascot: a backpacking seahorse with its fishing pole. In the sunny common room with cathedral ceiling, Antonia greets arriving guests. The downstairs features spacious dorm
  • Camping Iberá
    Camping Iberá, Colonia Carlos Pellegrini's municipal campground, is a paradise within the Iberá paradise. Lucky travelers with a tent can choose from the ten sites right on the north shore of Laguna Iberá. Each one has a quincho (picnic shelter), parrilla (barbecue grill) and table
  • Hotel El Ágora
    When Emilio toured Europe, he got to know youth hostels. When he got back, he and his brother Damián thought it would be cool to open a hostel in Trelew. The brothers looked for months before finding the perfect place. Located just four blocks from the bus terminal and six from downtown, this smal
  • Le Parc Hotel
    Located in the financial disrict of Quito, Le Parc Hotel offers its guests spacious rooms (each is a suite, 4 rooms per floor) with modern decor, incredibly comfy beds and a large bath. Location-wise, it's actually pretty close to all the major places in the city, with taxi's costing no more than $
  • Hostal Aqui
    Hostal Aqui is much more than just a place to stay. It is also an excellent restaurant serving American food, including juicy hamburgers, pulled pork sandwiches, chili and meatball subs; a sports bar; and a well-known gringo hangout. The hostel's eight rooms all have private bathrooms, air condition
  • Adventure Hostel
    Right across from Plaza San Martín is one of the most incredible hostels in Argentina. The sprawling mid-20th century building on manicured grounds was an exclusive hotel; now, it is Adventure Hostel, the ultimate chill pad. The air-conditioned rooms have private baths, and there is a swimming poo
  • Hostel Iguazú Falls
    Once upon a time, this rambling Mediterranean-style villa was the Brazilian consulate. Today it is Hostel Iguazú Falls, the most tranquil of the Hostelling International inns in Puerto Iguazú. Just 1.5 blocks from the bus terminal, Hostel Iguazú Falls has roomy dorms with individual lockers. Mos
  • Posada del Angel
    This hostel is the best find in town and just a few paces from the main plaza. Most tourists don't know about this place because it is not in an obvious location. Upon arrival at the plaza, instead of heading back through town from where you came, head down the hill half a block on Calle 6, where y
  • Hostal Cloud Forest
    The cheapest of Chugchilán's hotel options, but comparable in quality, the Hostal Cloud Forest is well-run and great value. Its cozy and inviting atmosphere is comforting amid the freezing and unforgiving Andean air. The owners and staff are extremely friendly and attentive; they definitely like t
  • Casa Aliso
    Casa Aliso is a beautifully preserved private residence, with plenty of furnishings and colors to keep the senses pleased. The B&B consists of renovated and heartily decorated home, with 10 rooms to spare and garden out back, offering travelers the luxury of spending their time in an ambiance that
  • Hotel Doña Esther
    Set back from the street, this lovely hotel has a friendly, homey feel, and is blissfully quiet. Three floors of moderately-sized en-suite rooms are arranged around a leafy courtyard. If you can stretch to it, the top-floor suite is a gem, with gorgeous views from the kitchenette, sitting area and
  • The Secret Garden
    Set in a converted colonial building in Quito's Centro Historico district, the Secret Garden is a favorite among backpackers. It's main selling points are the stunning view over the colonial district from the roof terrace restaurant/bar, and the friendly, laid-back atmosphere. Dinner is a particula
  • Casa Bambu
    Casa Bambu is one of Quito's best values with clean dorm rooms and shared rooms. This small hotel is full of character and homey touches. The lounges are spacious and have comfy couches, flowering plants, and a collection of books, games and DVDs for guests to use. Its several outdoor patios prov
  • Altos del Pastaza Lodge and Reserve
    This several-year-old eco-lodge is located on a private 65-hectare (160.6-ac) reserve and has been verified by the Rainforest Alliance for its sustainable practices. Altos del Pastaza offers packages that include accommodations, meals and some guided activities ranging from two days/one night to fi
  • Playa Escondida
    Playa Escondida is located in a beautiful bay, just 10 kilometers from Tonchigüe and 6 kilometers from Punta Galera. The words â??Playa Escondidaâ? mean hideaway beach and, indeed, it is way off the beaten track. The ecological refuge based here is large, covering nearly 100 hectares, and bo
  • La Luna
    Perched up in the quiet hills a few miles south of Otavalo, La Luna feels like a home away from home and is an excellent choice for backpackers who want to chill out for a few days. Depending on your budget, choose between a camping, a bed in a dorm, a room with shared bath or a room with private b
  • El Cafecito
    With two popular locations (Cuenca being the other) Hostal Cafecito is a good place to crash in Quito. The hostel is Canadian-owned with rooms upstairs and a candlelit café and restaurant downstairs, making it a great spot to meet other travelers and locals. El Cafecito offers a 24-hour reception,
  • Sacha Lodge
    Sacha Lodge, opened in 1992, is located on the Napo River, about two and a half hours from Coca by motor canoe. As far jungle lodges go, Sacha has a slightly more academic focus than most: it boasts a butterfly farm and an ornithology research base. There is also a 135-foot canopy observation tower
  • 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
  • Posada Tambuca
    Located on the fringe of the La Mariscal district, Posada Tambuca is a lovely little haven set apart from the hustle, bustle and party scene that's typical of that area at night. What's more is that Tambuca sets itself apart from the rest of the hostel scene through the quality of service that it of
  • Hostal Coco Bongo
    A hotspot for expats that live in the area of Bahia and international travelers that pass through, Coco Bongo is a quaint and cozy little hostel located right near the Malecón. It's hosted by the lovely owners - a small family of which gives this place somewhat more of a bed and breakfast-vibe. Th
  • Patio Andaluz
    Patio Andaluz is located in the heart of the Centro Histórico in an over 400-year-old-house that was once owned by the first president of Ecuador, Juan José Flores. The hotel was renovated almost a decade ago but retains its classic colonial style. The rooms are beautiful, with hardwood floors a
  • La Casa Sol
    A quaint, homey hostel on a side street away from most of the noise of the Mariscal, La Casa Sol has comfortable rooms, a couple of cozy sitting areas, a book exchange, a fireplace and a peaceful central courtyard. With a strong emphasis on native culture, decorations create a uniquely Ecuadorian
  • Jovita's
    This recommended hostel in San Antonio offers free salsa and yoga classes to its guests. Housed in a renovated colonial building with a courtyard filled with hammocks, Jovita's has a lot to offer: a mini-gym, a BBQ, a garden and stocked TV room for socializing, a small bar, and even local food works
  • Bellavista Cloud Forest Reserve & Lodge
    Bellavista is a private 700-hectare (1,730-ac) cloud forest reserve and lodge. A variety of clearly-marked trails take you through the forest to hidden canyons and spectacular viewpoints. The reserve offers naturalist guides and specialist bird guides, and the self-guided educational trail awaits t
  • El Jardín
    Probably the nicest place to stay in Puyo, El Jardín has achieved a tropical yet sophisticated ambiance. Located on the other side of the swinging footbridge from the Paseo Turístico along the river, El Jardín maintains a relaxing and secluded feel. As the name suggests, the entire place is set
  • Amalur
    This is one place in Canoa which you can't help but be changed by when you walk through its doors. Maybe its the Spanish accents that the hosts charm you with, or the incredible hospitality they provide you with, or maybe the fact that somehow - and in a subtle way - it doesn't even feel like Ecuad
  • Samari Spa Resort
    Samari Spa Resort is an upscale hotel and spa with cozy and characterful rooms. Thoughtful touches like carved dark wooden furniture and ceiling rafters, tiled floors, neutrally painted exposed brick walls, and fireplaces with sitting areas or rocking chairs give them a warm and romantic feel. The
  • Hostel Bienvenida Golondrina
    Just a half-block from the port is Corrientes' first backpacker hostel, Bienvenida Golondrina. It is a tranquil destination for migratory golondrinas (swallows, or backpackers) to rest before continuing their journey to Iguazú or Esteros del Iberá. Its century-old building has been carefully rest
  • Hostería Itapoâ
    Named after the owner's favorite beach in her home country of Brazil, Hostería Itapoâ is about one block from Puerto López's beach and has a comfortable, tranquil atmosphere. When you first enter, it feels a little like you are trespassing into someone's backyard. Press on and you will see s
  • The Black Sheep Inn Ecolodge
    This gorgeous mountain lodge, though only a brisk 15-minute walk from the village of Chugchilán, has rambling grounds, a remote feel and dazzling views. The lodge makes a strong effort to promote environmental awareness in the local community and with guests. Vegetarian meals, permaculture practic
  • Hacienda Guayabal
    If you don't mind staying outside of Manizales to get an hacienda experience, this gorgeous coffee farm and homestay in Chinchiná is a fantastic option. Hacienda Guayabal is a totally self-sufficient farm that exports its coffee overseas to places like Japan and Spain. For $8, you can take a three
  • La Mirage
    One of Ecuador's most elegant and upscale resorts is located at the end of a nondescript dirt road just outside Cotacachi. La Mirage was once an elegant colonial hacienda, but since the establishment was p
  • Hacienda Manteles
    Located about a half-hour from Baños, Hacienda Manteles is an elegant, full-service hostería. First constructed in 1580, Hacienda Manteles is one of the oldest in Ecuador. The establishment is relatively small, with only 10 rooms, but each has a private bath and hot water. There is also an
  • 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,
  • 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
  • Hostería Séptimo Paraíso
    This hotel is set in a private reserve toward the top of the access road to Mindo, closer to the main highway, and has acres of untouched cloud forest, private paths for bird-watching, a hummingbird garden, a lovely open-air café, and even a jungle gym for kids. Its 22 rooms have the feel of a cou
  • Hotel Suite Center
    Smack dab in the center of Pereira, Hotel Suite Center is likely the most affordable and comfortable option. Rooms range from a bit shabby (with metal bunk beds), to pretty posh (canopy bed, large TV and a bathtub in the bedroom). All rooms have hot water and a fair share of comfort and security.
  • Luna Runtun
    A gorgeous luxury hotel and spa set in the mountains above Baños, Luna Runtun offers breathtaking views of Tungurahua Volcano, Llanganates National Park and Baños below. Swiss-owned and managed, the service is consistently good and friendly. The hotel has a network of outdoor pools and Jacuzzis o
  • 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
  • Hostal Melyang
    Hostal Melyang (also know as Tia Mely), is a clean, friendly, family-run bargain, with cheap rooms with private bath. The rustic building boasts an impressive tropical garden sprinkled with tables, chairs and hammocks. Beware: the walls are thin, and the hotel can get quite loud. If you're worried
  • Hostería Pampa Llacta
    A nice midrange alternative to staying up the road at the pricey Hotel Termales Papallacta, the complex is a cute smaller version of its neighbor up the hill. Double rooms and a small bunkhouse share private pools, a Jacuzzi, and a small restaurant with pretty views and meals featuring fresh trout
  • Las Palmeras Inn
    Las Palmeras is a 150-year old hacienda just a few minutes outside of Otavalo. The establishment, set in gorgeously landscaped gardens, has spectacular views of Imbabura and Cotocachi Volcanoes. Most of the inn's rooms are located in cozy cabins, set apart from the main house. There are larger, mor
  • Posada de Rosas
    Charming garden with studio apartments and pool.
  • Hacienda Cusin
    Hacienda Cusin, one of the most elegant and prestigious haciendas in the northern highlands, is a complex of beautiful buildings, gardens and patios. Some of the buildings date back to the colonial era, when the owners of Cusin oversaw more than 40,470 hectares (100,000 ac) in the nearby valleys. H
  • Red Mangrove Isabela Lodge
    The original Red Mangrove Hotel is in Puerto Ayora, but in recent years they have opened “branches” on Isabela and Floreana and now offer island-hopping tours. The Red Mangrove Hotels are all professional and offer high-quality facilities and service…at a corresponding price, of cour
  • La Petite Auberge
    La Petite Auberge is a pleasant, peaceful hotel tucked in a garden with views of the mountains. You can relax in the garden, chat with other travelers by the fireplace or exchange books in English, French, Dutch, German and Hebrew (the deal is give two books, get one). Rooms come with or without a
  • Hostería La Perla
    This family-owned B&B on the beach takes sustainable tourism seriously and has earned a certificate from the Rainforest Alliance for its environmental practices. It is the ultimate place to relax, with private beach access and a spa that offers massages and morning yoga classes. Some months, La Per
  • El Campito Lodge
    El Campito is a complex of cabins lauded as an ecological art lodge, and is surrounded by primary and secondary rainforest (as opposed to the area's predominant dry forest). It is just a few minutes away from the beach of Ayampe, retaining a private and secluded feel. The high-end bungalows with ex
  • 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
  • Rio Tarde Casa Patagonia
    Sitting on the shores of the remote Lago Posadas, Rio Tarde is a family-run, newly-built hotel with beautiful views from its tower and terraces. Constructed mainly out of wood, the hotel has double and triple rooms, all with private bathrooms, as well as duplexes for up to five people. There are ho
  • 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
  • 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
  • Design Hotel Austral
    With 19 rooms, this hotel is clearly aimed at those looking at options in the “boutique” range. The whole place has a sparkling new feel with its simplistic designs and spartan décor. Its rooms, which have a Swiss modern feel, have all the conveniences you would expect, though you won't
  • Regine's Hotel
    Regine's Hotel is a small, European-style accommodation option steps from Zona Rosa. Its 10 rooms are elegantly decorated with classy wooden furnishings and each has a mini-bar. The tidy and comfortable common areas, where you can read and relax, are also a major bonus. Although this hotel is close
  • Hotel Imperial
    There are plenty of reasons to not stay downtown, but if you must, you may find yourself checking into one of a number of hotels that now seem dated and claustrophobic. The Hotel Imperial may have been stylish in the 1970s, but it has aged badly. If you choose to stay here, you'll be in a 50-room h
  • Eco Hotel Santa Barbara
    This eco-friendly hacienda outside of Armenia is a great base for exploring the surrounding coffee-growing area. The hotel has a coffee trail on its property and offers hour-long tours with a guide to learn about the process of coffee production, ending with a cup of organic coffee from its own far
  • Periko's Hostel
    One of the most popular hostel spots in town, with super buena onda (friendly atmosphere, good vibes!) that you can feel the minute you step through sunny yellow doors, just three blocks from the main square. Dorms, doubles and quads have a ski lodge feel and big windows. Extras like breakfast, free
  • Hotel Camino Real 1A
    This is another option in the hustle and bustle of downtown, which is cheaper than the Hotel Imperial. There are 50 rooms, so reservations usually aren't an issue. Each room comes with cable TV, private bathroom and fan.
  • Hotel Don Jaime
    Hotel Don Jaime seems to appeal to business types and it bears all the hallmarks of an establishment of this kind. The renovated hotel has 29 rooms with air conditioning, WiFi, cable TV, mini-bar, refrigerator and clock radio. There is a restaurant open to the public on the ground floor and a terra
  • Balcones de Ayer
    This attractive colonial home provides basic but modern accommodations half a block from the plaza. All six rooms are the same, with cable TV, a clean private bath (with hot water) and a comfortable queen-size bed. The price includes breakfast in the first-floor restaurant, which also serves tradit
  • Hotel Granada Real
    The Hotel Granada Real sits alone on Avenida 8 Norte, but is near the amenities and nightlife attractions of Avenida 6 and barrio Granada. Definitely a place for patrons in town for a conference, the hotel's 61 rooms are all equipped with air conditioning, cable TV, mini-bar and refrigerator. It al
  • Hotel Abadia Plaza
    The best of the best in Pereira, Hotel Abadia is a high-end establishment in the heart of the city. The 50 modern, tastefully decorated rooms have first-class amenities, including a flat screen TV. Breakfast in the hotel's restaurant is included in your stay, and guests are also free to use the hote
  • Pudu Hostel
    Created by two Irishmen and an Argentine, Pudu is one of the more worthy hostels in town, for a few reasons. First, the owners are big travelers themselves. They know what creature comforts are missed whey you're away from home. The building has recently been remodeled to create ample space for 32 p
  • Hotel Intercontinental
    An enormous luxury hotel conveniently located by the river and close to El Centro, Intercontinental is part of the Hotel Estelar chain spread throughout Colombia. This one features almost 300 spacious guest rooms and suites. Despite its immense size, this hotel offers surprisingly personalized serv
  • Hostal San Fernando
    Just up the hill and within a block of the Parque del Perro is the Hostal San Fernando. Its 12 rooms are all equipped with air conditioning and private bathrooms, but are a little dark. It is a decent place, but perhaps not ideal for those traveling with a partnerâ??all the room windows open onto
  • Hotel Unuuipa
    Hotel Unuuipa wears the colors of these desert lands: salmon, ochre and melon. Inside are two courtyards around which somewhat cramped rooms are arranged. All have private baths, though for your shower, you have to scoop water out of the provided barrel and toss it over yourself. With a variety of
  • Hostel Malka
    This hilltop hideaway may be a bit of a hike, but the peaceful silence, pretty landscape and stellar view are worth every extra step. Although you'll feel like you've found your own secluded retreat, you're still only a ten minute walk from Plaza Prado. Whether stone or wood, shared or private, the
  • Hotel Palaaima
    For many years, Doña Iris has been welcoming visitors to Manaure. Her Hotel Palaaima is the best lodging option in the village. The beautiful white building has 14 airy rooms, simply decorated, with a private bath, TV, and fan or air conditioning. She is knowledgeable about the Guajira and can hel
  • Hotel LOS CORALES
    By far, Hotel Los Corales is the very best hotel-resort in the whole area. This beachside hotel has 80 guest rooms, suites and a presidential suite (with Jacuzzi), each with air conditioning, private bathtub, hot water, linens, towels, satellite TV, fridge and balcony. The amenities of this hotel i
  • Carahue Hostel
    Located some five blocks outside of what is considered the center of town, Hostel Carahue is a great option for the backpacker/budget travel crowd. With 36 beds in shared rooms for either four, six, eight or ten people, it's near impossible to stay here and not find other travelers to hitch around
  • Hotel Guaduales del Pacífico
    Hotel Guaduales, built from giant bamboo, is an example of the traditional architecture found in this region. The rooms are simpleâ??a bit rough, but adequateâ??with a private bath (cold water only) and mosquito nets over the beds. The screened windows make the rooms light and airy. The common up
  • Hotel Panorama
    he rooms at the two-story Hotel Panorama are spacious enough, with built-in concrete platform beds that sport comfortable mattresses. Other amenities in these quarters are private baths with cold water, cable TV, and your choice of fan or air conditioning. A common balcony on the second floor overl
  • Hotel Yalconia del Mar
    Hotel Yalconia del Mar has upgraded over the years from a basic hotel to one now providing the weary traveler with comfortable, elegant rooms at a mid-range price. The rooms are large, with private bath (cold-water shower), cable TV, and air conditioning or fan. Doña Amanda knows the Guajira regio
  • Hotel Victoria
    Hotel Victoria is a quaint, family-owned hotel near the major attractions of San Gil. The beautiful courtyard has several different sitting areas, all protected from the rain. Several different types of rooms are available, for one to five people. There are basic ones with a private bath, a fan,
  • Hotel El Viajero
    Conveniently located on Carrera 11, just a few blocks from Parque Gallineral and the market, the Hotel El Viajero provides comfortable accommodations for the traveler who ventures to San Gil. All rooms have windows, private bath (room-temperature water) and cable TV, as well as a table and chair fo
  • Sol Hausi
    Sol Huasi is an excellent budget option located five minutes from the main plaza, and a 10-minute walk to Salta's hopping bar district. The dorm-style beds tend to a attract a youthful crowd. There is wireless internet, hot showers in shared bathrooms and breakfast included in the price.
  • El Observatorio
    The observatory at the entrance of the Tatacoa Desert isn't just for watching the sunset, the moon rise and the world turn. Owners Pisco and Alberto also provide a variety of accommodations for sleeping under the stars in the desert. They hang hammocks on the front porch, rent tents and have two ca
  • Hotel Gimaura
    Undoubtedly, Hotel Gimaura is a great lodging choice in Riohacha. Located at the eastern end of Avenida la Marina, this two-story lodge has generous rooms set around a garden or overlooking a field where the heliport used to be. All accommodations have air conditioning to keep you comfortable in th
  • Hotel Juyasirian
    Walking into Hotel Juyasirian, you can tell it was built specifically for high-ranking government officials and others of that class. The architecture has those refinements that whisper of this former existence. But now anyone can stay in its spacious rooms, most with central air conditioning and p
  • Hospedaje La Casona
    Pretty much the only official place to stay in Villavieja, La Casona has three enormous dorm rooms, one of which can sleep more than 10 people. Its huge backyard serves as the restaurant. There is even an empty, dry swimming pool that might or might not be functioning someday. Since there are so fe
  • Hotel Barranquilla
    The most luxurious hotel at Playa El Morro, Hotel Barranquilla is a sharp high rise with well-equipped rooms. All have air-conditioning, private bath, hot water, fridge and cable TV, while some also sport a balcony and sea view. If you'd like to explore nearby sights, the owners of Hotel Barranquil
  • Triasico Hostel San Juan
    Triásico Hostel San Juan is one of the city's backpacker hostels. To set itself apart from the others, this budget hotel offers free language practice with songs, free transfer from terminal to hostel, good location, swimming pool, few beds per room, dorms and private rooms with AC, internet and W
  • Palmas del Pacifico
    The Palmas del Pacifico is located a block behind the other accommodation choices in Nuqui and is a definite step up from the Hostal La Nena. Comfortable if dated cabanas are provided and guests can enjoy sea breezes from their terrazas. As with most hotels in the region the Palmas del Pacifico reli
  • Iraka del Mar Eco Hotel
    The brightly painted Iraka del Mar Eco-Hotel is the best hotel that the town of Nuquí itself has to offer. The hotel welcomes guests with 12 inviting cabins, all equipped with private bathrooms and decks with hammocks. The staff can arrange tours and transport to other parts of the Chocó, includi
  • Hostal La Nena
    The absolute budget option in Nuqui. Just follow the road from the airport towards the beach and turn right on the last paved road. Hostal La Nena is rustic and family run. Noise may be an issue from mechanics working on boat engines out front and the four rooms offered, while clean and newly furnis
  • Hotel Malecon
    As the name suggests, this hotel is located right next to the port, which straddles the Atrato River. Its drab stairwell is hard to miss. Don't let the façade put you off, though; Hotel Malecón is a good option. It is safe; its 25 rooms are clean; and Ramón, the concierge, is a great source of
  • Albergue El Gaucho
    A pretty and artsy place with a cabin feel and partial views of the lake a few blocks from Bariloche center. Dorm rooms and doubles with private baths are clean and comfortable and there's a free luggage storage to stash any extra gear. Friendly reception staff speak English, German and Italian and
  • Hotel Dann and Dann Carlton
    Two towers stretching across Calle 2 connected by a third-floor footbridge make up the very large and luxurious Hotel Dann and Dann Carlton. The Carlton tower is the newer, noticeably more modern and shiny one, with a gorgeous covered third-floor pool and bar. Together, the brick towers provide n
  • Hotel Valle
    The Hotel Valle offers a roof over the traveler's head, some food and little more. Double rooms are cramped, with sheets that don't fully cover the mattresses. Towels are provided, and rooms are available with private bathrooms. There are two pleasant terraces on the second level. The ají sauce p
  • Eco Hostel San Juan
    Eco Hostel is located on Valle de la Luna City, near the Ischigualasto National Park. Eco Hostel has a totally equipped kitchen, direct TV-DVD, heating, and an excellent atmosphere. The services included in the rate are: breakfast, sheets and towels, cleaning, internet, and the use of all the hostel
  • Hotel Estelar Estación
    Designed and constructed in an era when opulence and class meant everything, the Hotel Estelar Estación cuts an awkward gait in today's Buenaventura. Its stucco-fronted balconies set it apart as the only true upscale hotel in the city. If it is luxury you are after, pick any one of its 75 suites,
  • Hotel El Dorado
    El Dorado is one of the oldest lodging options in Tumaco, serving travelers for over 35 years. The second floor is full of rooms sharing clean-enough common baths with cold water only. On the roof, surrounding a garden patio, are very nice cabañas for one to three people, with private, cold-water
  • Gran Hotel
    With 28 well-appointed rooms all containing a private bathroom, much-needed air conditioning, cable TV, and mini-bar, the Gran Hotel is a place where you would gladly spend the night. The hotel's reception is helpful and friendly. There is an on-site restaurant and all rooms come with WiFi access.
  • Hotel Capilla del Sol
    Nine floors of hotel rooms provide the visitor with plenty of options for ocean views from Cascajal Island. All rooms have air conditioning, a private bathroom, mini-bar, WiFi and balcony. The rooms are well attended and comfortable. On the roof terrace, there is a well-regarded restaurant that sta
  • Kipara Hotel
    An attractive swimming pool and a pleasant location near the stunning El Almejal beach makes the Kipara Hotel a choice escape for people from Medellín. A restaurant and bar are also on-site, though the family-run Kipara is no luxury resort.
  • Hotel Balboa Plaza
    In the hands of its original owner and creator, Pablo Escobar, this hotel must have been opulent. Now its glory has faded considerably and the external features are desperately in need of some love and affection. Torn and stained awnings flutter in tatters over windows, the gardenâ??while a place
  • Hotel Bahia
    This 15-room hotel is the better of the two facing buildings on the so-called Calle de Comercio. Rooms are unimpressive, but are clean and come with private bathroom. The hotel has a decent restaurant on the ground floor and a small kiosk for making phone calls.
  • Hotel Yalconia
    Hotel Yalconia is San Agustín's oldest luxury-class hotel. Of modern architecture, this two-story building provides all of the comforts one would want while enjoying the wonders of this region. The sitting areas are bright and airy, as are the guest rooms. The tiled bathrooms are immaculate. A
  • Hotel Escorial
    This conveniently located upscale hotel is a great option for travelers with a bigger budget. Several uniformed concierges, doormen and maids roam about all day making sure guests feel at home. Just one block from Plaza Bolívar, Hotel Escorial has about 60 rooms with all the major amenities as well
  • Hotel El Prado
    Greta Garbo stayed here, as well as Grace Kelly and Carlos Gardel. It seems their spirits still roam the arcaded balcony halls and gardens of this sophisticated, five-star hotel. Hotel El Prado rolls out the red carpet for guests, whether stars or travelers without any claim to fame. The 1930s hote
  • Hotel Oso Perezoso
    Hotel Oso Perezoso has three stories with a very relaxed and hospitable feel. There are seven private rooms including singles, doubles and a triple while each have their own bathroom. Breakfast is included. The Hotel is equipped with WiFi, free coffee all day, a travelers store. The beach is only a
  • Hotel Villa Dilia
    Hotel Villa Dilia is a fine place to stay, with excellent service and pleasant rooms. This is an inn geared toward those with a bit more money to spare, though it appears to be worth it. The rooms are simple, yet well-appointed with private bath (room temperature water), mini-bar (extra charge) and
  • Hotel Mezzaluna
    Hotel Mezzaluna, in a sleek-lined modern building, bills itself as an executive hotel, geared toward such businessmen, as well as families. Although the administration is friendly and helpful, the edifice and furnishings make the atmosphere still feel a bit impersonal. The rooms come equipped wi
  • Hotel Skal
    Hotel Skal is the most popular inn amongst backpackers in Barranquilla. It is the least expensive, decent option in the city. In a stunning early 20th-century former family home, this hostel has large, clean rooms with private bath, cable TV and a choice of fan or air conditioning. Only three rooms
  • Hotel Girasol
    The Hotel Girasol is in an older building with a circular front drive. Rooms are in the main edifice and a newer addition. All are large, with fan or air conditioning, private bath (agua al clima), cable TV and a mini-fridge to keep your own beers or snacks cold. This inn provides an family environm
  • Hotel Los Cardones
    You walk into the sitting area and reception. Beyond is the restaurant in front of a wall hiding the back courtyard around which Hotel Los Cardones' quarters are. Some have air conditioning, others more economical fans. All rooms have clean, cold-water baths and cable TV. The rooms are a bit crampe
  • Hotel Vajamar
    One of Valledupar's finest hotels, Hotel Vajamar has 20 years experience in providing comfortable, tastefully decorated rooms to the discerning traveler. Some of the suites have views over the stunning Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta—and a few even balconies where you can enjoy a meal under the m
  • Hotel Sirius Center
    The Hotel Sirius Center is at the far end of South West Beach. This expansive 12-room (30-bed) development is also the site of the Sirius dive center. All rooms have air conditioning, ocean views, TV and a mini-bar. Aside from the convenience of a dive shop on your doorstep, the hotel has a con
  • Hotel Belmonte
    Doña Olga proudly states, "This is not a luxurious place. It's basic, secure, clean and cheap"-- and that's precisely what the Hotel Belmonte is. The rooms are simply appointed with classic, heavily carved furniture; some habitaciones come with cable TV. All rooms share the clean, common bathroom
  • Hotel Miss Elma
    Hotel Miss Elma is found in the â??tourist zoneâ? of Freshwater Bay (Bahía de Agua Dulce). All four suites in the hotel have ocean views, air conditioning, mini-bar and cable TV. Well-kept and brightly painted, Hotel Miss Elma is everything a Caribbean hotel should be: effortlessly charming a
  • Miss Mary
    Imagine being able to stroll out of your room and onto a white sandy beach with cool turquoise Caribbean waters lapping the shore. That, in a nutshell, is Cabañas Miss Mary. Located in the tranquil South West Bay, Miss Mary has seven rooms with a total of 14 beds. Four rooms look out onto the
  • Sunset Hotel
    Situated on the island's west coast, 20 minutes from downtown San Andrés, the Sunset Hotel offers a respite from the hustle and bustle of downtown. The 16 rooms are immaculately laid out with bathroom, air conditioning, TV and fridge, making the Sunset an ideal place to relax. The hotel mainly
  • Hotel Cocoplum
    Cocoplum's most striking feature is its bright, multicolored buildings overlooking palm-shaded walkways. The hotel is set on a clean, private stretch of beach, and there are roomy hammocks to relax in. There are 24 double rooms and 14 family suites, making this a large venture, although the build
  • Hotel Los Angeles
    Hotel Los Angeles is a mid-range option in the center of Barranquilla. The four-story inn has decently sized clean rooms with cable TV and private baths. Many of the rooms surround a central patio on the second floor. The view of the city from the top floor is excellent. The friendly staff wil
  • Los Corales
    Los Corales' Swiss owner keeps a watchful eye over the hotel and can tell you firsthand how much Coveñas has changed since his hotel opened more than a decade ago. Back then, it offered just three rooms and basic accommodations. Now, this place has 27 rooms, public shower and bathroom faciliti
  • Hotel Las Vegas del Caribe
    Clean, friendly, quiet and safe â??this is an apt description of the Hotel Las Vegas del Caribe. Its three-story green structure has mid-sized, light-blue rooms with private bath, cable TV (with remote control) and your choice of fan or A/C. The windows of the habitaciones in front face the street
  • Hotel Saboy
    Hotel Saboy is one of the many sub-mid-range options within reach of the budget traveler, especially if with a friend. Service is good, particular attention is paid to ensuring you receive company safely (reception will phone your room to announce your visitors' arrival). Rooms are ample and comfor
  • Hotel Monterrey
    Next door to the Teatro Cartagena and across the street from the convention center, the Hotel Monterrey displays a quiet colonial elegance with its stark white exterior. The hotel's design is a perfect blend of European style and 19th century Caribbean flair. The hotel's simple décor and understat
  • Hotel Familiar
    Hotel Familiar is a large, airy hotel. Its basic rooms come with a fan, and with or without a private, cold-water bath. The rooms with private bath get booked first because the shared bathrooms are a bit out of the way and rudimentary, though spacious. The hotel's ambiance however, is redeeming
  • Hotel Tres Banderas
    Hotel Tres Banderas' convenient location, relaxing atmosphere and reasonable rates make it a popular accommodation for both locals and foreigners. This hotel's 22 rooms come in three styles—standard, superior with balcony and the Canadá suite—guaranteeing to satisfy all travelers. All r
  • Hotel San Felipe
    The centrally located Hotel San Felipe appeals to Colombians on holiday or business, though it is also a good choice for foreign tourists. As part of the Dorado Plaza hotel group (which also has hotels in Bocagrande, Isla de Tierra Bomba, and Bogotá), Hotel San Felipe is an industrial hotel with
  • Hotel Nueva Granada
    Around the garden courtyard are the beautifully decorated rooms of the Hotel Nueva Granada. Comfortable and quiet, each comes with a spotless private bath and an in-room security box. Sit in the jardín and read a book from the in-house library. Or, totally relax in the Jacuzzi after trekking to Ci
  • Hotel Imperial Caribe
    Hotel Imperial Caribe is a travel agent's favorite place to put up the tourists. Frequently you'll see the buses pulling up and those travelers stumbling out, looking in awe at their new surroundings. This 1920s inn still has a lot of class that's created by the ceramic-tile floors, high ceilings a
  • Villa Melissa
    Villa Melissa is one of Coveñas' best hotel options. The owners are friendly workaholics who will do everything within their power to make your stay a pleasant one, and their dedication to their investment shows. An impeccably clean pool welcomes people in from the beach. The accommodations ar
  • Hotel La Fragata
    La Fragata is a lively, resort-like hotel comprised six distinct buildings: three cabaña-style structures; the main reception hall, which includes second-floor rooms overlooking the ocean; a six-story structure, which has hotel rooms; and, lastly, a pool area and hut for relaxing. Having almost
  • Hotel Arhuaco
    Everything in the Hotel Arhuaco is done to the perfect tee, from the floral arrangements in the lobby to the restaurant tables and the rooms. The rooms are spotless with air conditioning, satellite TV, personal safe deposit box, mini bar and private bath. The baths have a real luxury in this clim
  • Hotel El Rodadero
    The modern Hotel El Rodadero's reception area greets its guests with sea-themed stained glass and sand-filled pillars. The staff will show you to a room with mini bar (extra charge), cable TV, phone, air conditioning and tepid-water bath. The rooms, even those facing the beach, are quiet. Cool off
  • Park Hotel
    Since its inception in 1927, the same family has lovingly run the Park Hotel, a favorite inn of Colombian TV personalities and international journalists. The outside may have had a facelift a few decades back, but the inside of this inn has the same elegance from its conception. High-relief carving
  • Hotel Yuldama
    The Hotel Yuldama is a relic of late 1950s architecture. The disappointingly worn rooms have almost all the comforts one can expect of an inn in this price bracket. There's A/C, cable TV, mini bar (extra charge), telephone, closet and private bath with room temperature water. The quarters facing Av
  • Hotel Arrecifes Caribeño
    Hotel Arrecifes Caribeño is a perfect lodging choice for travelers in a group. This four-story hostel has rooms for four to eight people, and a special package is offered in the low season. Solo travelers and couples are invited to stay in rooms with private, cold-water baths. The entire inside of
  • Imperio Real
    After your long journey, just walk across the street to Hotel Imperio Real, no matter what the hour. Its dim, stone-inlaid hallways quietly lead you to the room where you shall repose the night you stay here. Open the door and walk into a bright room complete with your own private bath (with gas-he
  • Hotel Internacional El Nogal
    Hotel Internacional El Nogal is one of the newer luxury inns on the Ipiales scene. The tastefully decorated rooms have telephone, cable TV and private, hot water baths. Unfortunately, some of the rooms do not have windows. But, never mind, if you feel like you really need to unwind, head down to th
  • Parque Nacional Cabañas
    Escape to the tranquility of Parque Nacional Natural Puracé. At Pilimbalá the ranger station are three A-frame cabañas for rent. After spending all day scaling Volcán Puracé or hiking in the park, cuddle up in front of the sitting room fireplace (the wood is free). There are two bedrooms, the
  • Hotel Nutibara
    Opened in 1945, this behemoth of a hotel in the downtown area was built at a time when the Centro was the height of fashion and security. Things have changed somewhat, but the Nutibara still maintains high standards. With 137 rooms, it is the largest hotel of its type in this part of Medellín. Eac
  • Hosteria Katy
    Owned by a nice German couple, Hosteria Katy is like a visit to Grandma's house. The crocheted curtains, flowered windowsills decorations and 1970s knick knacks are props helping to create the affect. The rooms are small but clean and well-kept. Hosts are helpful and very knowledgeable about the sur
  • Hostal Alto de los Andaquies
    Midways between the village and the archaeological park is Hostal Alto de los Andaquies. This family farm has been turned into a comfortable hotel surrounded by gardens with spectacular views over the mountains. Guests may choose to stay in one of the three rustic country houses, or have a room
  • Hotel Don Camilo
    Who would ever believe that one of the least expensive inns in Tunja is right on the main plaza? A small sign announces the presence of Hotel Don Camilo. Walk down the long entry hall and up the steps to the hostel offering rooms that are a bit worn, but seem clean enough. All rooms have windows and
  • Hostel Ladera Norte
    For great value and place to get to know other travelers as well as the very friendly Argentine staff, try Hostel Ladera Norte. Located seven blocks off the main square of San Martín and two blocks from Lago Lácar, Ladera Norte is a welcoming, clean, efficiently-run choice for those on a small bu
  • Alcazar de Patio Bonito
    This family-run B&B of few rooms but plenty of charm is ideally located close to the Poblado metro station, the Exito supermarket, the Oviedo shopping center and the nightlife area of Parque Lleras. The rooms may need a little updating but they are clean, and each has its own private bathroom, cabl
  • Mediterraneo Hotel
    Modern and sleek, this hotel is banking on its Swiss modern style to attract clientele. The 32-room novelty offers everything that the executive might need. With WiFi, sauna, gym, breakfast and parking, the owners place a premium on service. Discounts are offered if you stay for more than two days
  • Hotel Bolívar Plaza
    You can't beat the location, price, atmosphere or view from Hotel Bolívar Plaza. This clean hotel has 18 rooms on three floors of a building that faces La Basílica. All rooms include cable TV, Internet, breakfast and a private bath with hot water. Ask for one of the rooms facing the church; it w
  • Hotel Los Sauces
    A decent, economical option in El Centro, Los Sauces has 22 rooms, all with private bath with hot water, TV and radio. The bathrooms are tiny but functional, and the beds are very soft. Although it is located in the industrial heart of the city, this is a clean and comfortable option for travelers
  • Hotel Cabo de la Vela
    Another hotel in Laureles aimed at the executive market, Hotel Cabo de la Vela is clean, modern and well located on a tree-lined residential street. In addition to rooms fully equipped with all the conveniences you would expect, the hotel offers a large conference room, a restaurant and a staff kno
  • Palma 70
    The Palma 70 is yet another hotel looking to cash in on the conference center in Medellín, and by all accounts, it appears to be doing a good job at it. Rooms are standard fare with the traditional hotel furnishing, and are kept in good condition and clean. Prices are negotiable if paying in cash.
  • Hotel Laureles 70
    In an area flooded with hotels for the â??executive,â? this is another offering that is comfortable, well decorated and equipped with helpful staff. Its 38 rooms range from junior suites to single and double options, making Laureles 70 is a fine option for a short stay.
  • Hotel Los Almendros
    A family-run venture in the executive district of Laureles, Hotel Los Almendros has 25 comfortably furnished rooms for those not wishing to spend a fortune in the area. Breakfast comes included, and the staff tries to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
  • Hotel Central
    This other colonial-era-building-cum-hotel is tranquil, despite being on San Agustín's main street. With a family atmosphere, Hotel Central is the preferred choice of some travelers, thanks to its convenient location to restaurants and bus companies. The wood passageways have lots of seating, table
  • Hotel Colonial
    On the main street of San Agustín, right where the collective taxis and pick-ups arrive, is Hotel Colonial. Set in another classic, aged building, this inn tenders ample, tidy rooms with private or common hot-water bath. Service is attentive and the staff knowledgeable about what to do and see in t
  • Hotel La Plazuela
    A first-class hotel just across from Iglesia San José, Hotel La Plazuela is in a 1742 building rescued after the 1983 earthquake. Beautiful period pieces furnish the common sitting areas, original watercolors adorn the walls. You can choose a room off the patio or with a street-side balcony. All
  • Hotel Colonial
    As its name implies, the Hotel Colonial is in a building from the early centuries of this city. A small inn, the lobby is tastefully adorned with original artwork and flower-filled vases. The rooms are set off two narrow courtyards. Decorated in wood furniture with wrought-iron accents, all come wi
  • Hotel Los Portales
    Take a seat in one of the rocking chairs around the front courtyard of Hotel Los Portales and listen to the water spilling from the fountain. Your room will look out upon this patio or one of the other three patios that are part of the colonial building housing the hotel. All the rooms have private
  • Hotel El Paso
    On the second floor of a colonial-era building is the Hotel El Paso, a good mid-range hostel choice in Popayán. Furnished with solid, carved wood furniture (including a dressing table), all rooms have private bath with hot water and toilets dressed in frilly covers. The wooden doors are thick, gua
  • Hotel Casa López
    A very understated sign, a solitary H, marks the Casa López. The López have lovingly converted this home that has been in their family for over 70 years into a delightful inn. The natural woodwork and floors of the Republican-era building are polished to a warm sheen. The interior has been desi
  • Hotel Manhattan
    With over 30 years of experience, Hotel Manhattan provides travelers with a restful spot to stay in the colonial heart of Pasto. The eclectically furnished rooms surrounding the sitting-area patio of this second-floor inn are spacious and warm; all come with cable TV and balconies. The wood floors
  • Hotel La Casona del Virrey
    Hotel La Casona del Virrey, a stylish inn set in a colonial-era building, is a surprisingly affordable alternative right in the heart of Popayán. This is the perfect place to watch the Semana Santa processions from the balconies; however, expect to pay for this privileged view. A broad spiral
  • Hotel Panamá
    It's cheap, it's clean and the beds aren't bad. The rooms are small, though--not even big enough to swing a cat in--and the ground floor rooms are dark. There's only common-bath with cold-water showers and a laundry basin. You're guaranteed a Latin American lodging experience if your room faces the
  • Hospedaje Cambi
    Just a half-block from Parque Bolívar, Magola Pérez welcomes San Agustín visitors to these inexpensive, simple, clean rooms in an old colonial building. Nearly all the rooms have TV and private bath; however, three singles with common bath await the solo budget travelerâ??one of the cheapest
  • Hotel Los Ídolos
    Hotel Los Ídolos is definitely the cheapest place to stay in San Agustín if you have a traveling partner. Be warned, however, that the rooms are claustophically small and stuffy, with only a small window set high. These wood-paneled spaces are hot during the day and cold at night. The only furn
  • La Portada
    La Portada is a hostel with 11 spacious rooms that have two beds with thick mattresses and fantastic views of the mountains. There are five rooms with private baths and six with a shared bath down the hall. The owners, Leonardo and María Eva, are great and will happily answer any questions you
  • Hospedaje Pisimbalá
    Hospedaje Pisimbalá is another old stand-by for journeyers to Tierradentro. Also a small, family-run inn, this inn offers three rooms sharing a bathroom and three rooms with private bath. Only one room has a solitary bed; the others are crowded with three beds each, making space to place your pack
  • Hotel Capital
    If you can afford to spend a dollar more, Hotel Capital is a comfortable choice for budget travelers. All rooms have common baths, but here there is deliciously hot water. The back courtyard garden is a wonderful place to swing from the hammock or sit around with doña María del Carmen and the oth
  • Hospedaje y Restaurante Los Lagos
    For those preferring to stay in San Andrés Pisimbalá itself, Hospedaje y Restaurante Los Lagos is one of several options. Located at the end of the village's main road to the right, this Colombian family-run lodging is a very basic inn. The guest rooms come only with beds—no other furnishing
  • Hospedaje Lucerna
    Austere on the outside, with only small lettering announcing its presence, Hospedaje Lucerna is big on service. Inside, the rooms are grouped around the flower-filled garden. All share the common bath with great hot water (give 20 minutes notice before hand) and have shuttered windows. Mornings, si
  • Hotel Coratá
    Just a block from Barichara's main plaza, is an old casona that has taken on the life of a hotel. On its first floor, around a corridor porch, are nine spacious rooms for its guests' rest, all adequately furnished. These habitaciones come with TV and private, cold-water bathroom. Stairs lead from
  • Hotel Dux
    A creaky old building, like tattered lace, the Hotel Dux is a classic place to stay. For several generations, the friendly family has lodged visitors to Tunja. Rooms are large with at least two beds. All, save one, have private bath, and all have television. You can ask permission to wash your clot
  • MANGLARALTO SUNSET HOSTEL
    Combines the Tranquility and Services of Manglaralto with the proximity to Montañita , Ecuador´s relaxed , multicultural surfer´s paradise - only 5 minutes away. MasterCard and Visa accepted on premises.The most comfortable rooms in the Manglaralto/ Montañita area, some with A/C each with la
  • El Rocio
    Just a five-minute walk from the center of Mindo, El Rocio is a welcoming, creaky wooden hostel set among hummingbird-filled trees. The bedrooms on the first floor and the seven-bed dorm on the second floor smell musty, but they are clean, as are the shared bathrooms. However charming an all-wood h
  • Hotel Francisco de Aguirre
    Hotel Francisco de Aguirre, a grandiose structure located across from the Iglesia Santo Domingo and directly off of the Plaza de Armas, is perhaps the most prestigious of La Serena's accommodation options. The historic three-story building houses elegantly decorated rooms, the hotel's upscale restau
  • Jandy Hotel
    The Jandy Hotel is located nicely near the center of town, less than a block from the main square. Rooms have a private bathroom and cable TV, while the hotel also offers internet access, maid service, bike rental and has a coffee shop.
  • Residencial Millaray
    Residencial Millaray has simple, clean rooms with shared bathrooms and a comfortable patio to relax in with a book. Its location on the plaza is also a plus for those who want to be close to a little action.
  • Terra Sol
    Terra Sol is not the fanciest choice in town but it is a nice mid-range option for those who want to escape dirt-cheap accommodations. Rooms are comfortable, there is the option for private or shared bathrooms and breakfast is included in the price.
  • Hotel Londres
    Located on one of La Serena's bustling central avenues, Hotel Londres is close to many of the city's shops and cafes, to the Plaza de Armas, and to several of La Serena's churches and museums. The hotel's amenities show a clear mind for the business traveler. Rooms—some with private bath and so
  • Hotel Lynch
    In the heard of Arica's commercial center, Hotel Lynch looks rather non-descript from the outside, but inside is like a beach resort. Ocean-themed murals decorate the reception area. Out on the patio there are umbrella shaded tables and inside a broad staircase leads up to the three stories of acc
  • Kukuli
    Kukuli is a relatively new kid on the block of Baquedano where most of Putre's hostels are, but it is already the most popular resting stop for tour groups. For good reason, it seems. The cozy rooms for one or two persons are tastefully decorated. Each has a private bathroom with 24-hour hot water.
  • Chakana Mountain Lodge
    In Aymara, Chakana means Southern Cross, that constellation that holds the guiding star for this hemisphere. Chakana Mountain Lodge is such a star for journeyers to Putre, leading them to a warm welcome, cozy rooms and good food. Located at the outskirts of town, about a 10-minute walk from the plaz
  • Hotel Arica
    Between Playa El Laucho and Playa La Lisera, Hotel Arica is much more than the city's most exclusive hotel. It is also a resort with a spa, two swimming pools (one for adults and one for children), tennis courts and mini-golf. This is a place to have fun in the sun. It isn't all rest and relaxation
  • Hotel El Paso
    Opened in 1962 for the World Cup of Soccer, Hotel El Paso is a four-star retreat set on three hectares of gardens overflowing with palms, hibiscus and bougainvillea, studded with tennis and volleyball courts and swimming pools. The newer wings of bungalows have suites with larger bathrooms, sitting
  • Hotel Bahía
    On the beach between downtown Arica and Playa Chinchorro, Hotel Bahía has Mediterranean-style architecture set in a palm-shaded estate. All 16 of its rooms have sea views and a balcony or patio, if on the first story. The simply furnished rooms are spacious with common or private bath. Hotel Bahí
  • Hotel Plaza Colón
    A half-block from Eiffel's church is the Hotel Plaza Colón, a pink and blue five-story building with white balconies. This three-star hostel will suit the more discerning tourist or businessman. The 31 rooms, all with a balcony, are well decorated. The sanitized bathrooms have both tub and shower.
  • American Motel de Turismo
    The ten-minute walk to the beach from this quiet hotel is quite far for the tiny beach town of Los Vilos. But the private bathrooms, heating, cable TV and WiFi that the American Motel de Turismo provides are what draw many travelers away from a beachfront view. The hotel has comfy, small cabins surr
  • Hotel Bellavista
    Hotel Bellavista is an older hotel with crumbling walls, but the rooms are bright and clean, and the prices are very cheap—especially in the off-season. It's worth the few extra luca, however, for a private bathroom as the shared bathrooms are in a shameful state of disrepair. In the summer, th
  • Avenue Hostel
    Buenos Aires is not necessarily a city for the sightseeing obsessed, but if your priority is being in close proximity to the major tourist attractions (Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo, etc.) without breaking your bank account, Avenue Hostel has got a deal for you. As nominally one-star accomodations go, yo
  • Las Terrazas
    The Hotel Las Terrazas is doubtfully a backpacker's first choice, but it is a solid mid-range option that caters more to businessmen and families. It is located on the fifth floor of a modern office building and recently opened a business center across the street.
  • Hotel España
    Those on a budget should quickly make their way to Hotel España. The cleanliness, 24-hour hot water and hospitable staff have made it the leader among backpackers in Rancagua. The rooms surround an interior patio in this antique, colonial-style building.
  • Hotel de Ciudad de Vitoria
    Hidden within a nondescript office building, Ciudad de Vitoria is a quaint boutique hotel that should not be passed up because of its camouflage. This comfortable establishment, complete with frilly curtains and flowered sofas, is warm and welcoming. The hotel has a friendly and accommodating staff,
  • Hotel del Patio
    A remodeled 19th-century mansion, the Hotel del Patio is a modern, chic place to spend the night. It has spacious rooms, wood floors, and comfortable beds. The friendly English-speaking staff is available to assist with travel excursions, particularly mountain adventures. The hotel is located within
  • Hostel Inn Buenos Aires
    Set in an old three-story mansion in historic San Telmo, Hostel Inn Buenos Aires is a quality choice for those in tune with the Hostelling International philosophy, namely live, funky party hostels with an abundance of available activities. With about 65 beds in four, six and eight-bed dormitories,
  • Hotel Chile España
    Hotel Chile España is a popular spot among backpackers due in large part to its close proximity to the vast number of restaurants and bars that clutter nearby Anibal Pinto. The hostel is also a two-minute walk downhill to the beach. Rooms are simple but clean with private bathrooms, and the office
  • Puerto Natura
    The Puerto Natura hotel and spa is for travelers who like luxury without the pomp and circumstance. A night's stay in one of these carefully designed rooms will be enough to convince any visitor how much the hotel's owner and his wife genuinely care about the well being of their guests. The hotel, w
  • Hotel Manoir Atkinson
    The Manoir Atkinson is a small hotel with seven carefully decorated rooms (one is an upstairs suite) in a newly renovated colonial mansion. Rooms with a view cost more, but the view isn't spectacular enough to merit paying extra (try Hotel Brighton's café next door for an excellent harbor view). Th
  • Residencia Offenbacher-hof
    Family run Bed & Breakfast in the quiet neighborhood of Cerro Castillo. Near the beach and downtown Viña del Mar.
  • Hostería NJ
    This is a pretty wholesome place that offers its guests activities/tours around Olon. It's well maintained and also has rooms available for rent across the month, downstairs is a lounge area for guests to gather and hang out before hitting the beach or checking out the town itself. A restaurant is a
  • Hotel Gervasoni
    Gervasoni is a stately hotel housed in an impeccably restored 19th-Century Victorian mansion that overlooks the port (all but two rooms have a harbor view). With thick, wooden banisters and stained-glass windows, this hotel has more personality than most luxury hotels, and its location atop Cerro Co
  • Gagliardo House
    A cheerful and inviting B&B, Gagliardo House is run by a man who takes pride in his establishment—and it shows. Rooms are immaculate, each with a private bathroom, a television, and a small refrigerator. The B&B sits on a quiet street atop Cerro Concepción, across from the Lutheran church and
  • Hotel Brighton
    Located in a quaint house perched on the hillside of Cerro Concepción, Hotel Brighton has a distinctly British feel. Rooms, which vary in price based on the quality of the view, have a small private bathroom and a very small television. The hotel is prettily decorated and everything—down to th
  • Hotel de la Plaza
    Hotel de la Plaza finds its place in one of the salitre-era mansions on the pedestrian mall, Baquedano. Here travelers can taste the luxury of that by-gone era. The lobby is crowned by an octagonal cupola of colored glass, a common feature of these casonas. In a new back addition are several floors
  • Hotel Terrado Suites
    Hotel Terrado Suites is a high-rise hotel on the Cavancha Peninsula. The lobby is laid in tri-color marble. Common areas and a patio with swimming pools line the sea front. Up the tower are executive rooms, which have views over the city. Superior suites have balconies over Playa Cavancha. The Suite
  • Hotel Rosas
    The front façade of Hotel Rosas makes it seem just like another run-of-the-mill hostel, but it is Porvenir's largest and most complete hotel. Each room is spacious and well-decorated in a simple style. They all have a private bath with 24-hour hot water, cable TV and other amenities. The owner is
  • Sonesta Hotel
    Located in the trendy Moema area near restaurants, shopping, and entertainment, the 4-Star Sonesta Hotel offers excellent accommodation, service and value. Accommodations are spacious and include a desk, minibar, cable TV and more; some offer Jacuzzi tubs and other upgrades. Guests will enjoy dining
  • Hotel Central
    Hotel Central is one of Porvenir's most established hostels. Widower don Pedro continues with the tradition his wife and he set down many years ago. On the outside, the inn is rather plain-looking, but inside you find the warmth of a family home. The rooms are a bit small but comfortable and warm. E
  • Hostería Yendegaia
    Another one of Porvenir's historic houses, this time the mansion of Croatian immigrant Doimo Tafra Popovic which was built in 1926, has become an inn. Vicente Couve, son of the famed Chilean nature photographer Enrique Couve, opens the door to travelers. The seven spacious rooms are warmly decorated
  • Residencial Dalmacia
    The majestic chalet that used to be the home of the Vincente Mimica family is now Residencial Dalmacia. This hostel has large rooms. Those on the back side of the house have commanding views of Bahía de Porvenir. Residencial Dalmacia is often booked solid by work crews, especially outside the summe
  • Hostal El Chispa
    Once upon a time this was the house that Nicolás Sieckovic built. It later was home for many decades to the first Compañía de Bomberos (fire department). Since the beginning of the millennium, this hostel has played host to tourists who come to blaze a trail to Porvenir and Tierra del Fuego sites
  • Village Novo - Beach Suites
    This beach-front accommodation features several colonial style homes converted nicely into a hotel with all amenities. Rooms are comfortable and stylish. Each suite has mini-bar, in room safe, central hot water and cable tv. Located in front of the beach with a restaurant on the street.
  • Hostel Revolution Quito
    Hostel Revolution Quito is a cool backpacker hostel in the Old Town created by and for backpackers who want to socialize, take in the historical sights and culture, exchange info, and go out and have a great time. The hostel is located in a renovated colonial-type house with wooden floors and decor
  • Hotel Londres
    The Hotel Londres is located in an old, unassuming building that was obviously cut in half at some point in the past. Tall and narrow, the hostel has 12 rooms with a varying number of beds in each, all at rock-bottom prices. Bathrooms are spread through the building and are shared (none of the room
  • Hostal Las Orquídeas
    Probably the all-around best low-budget lodging option in downtown Loja, Las Orquí­deas is a small but clean and friendly hostel just around the corner from the central park. The rooms are neat and tidy and the service is friendly. It's also about the most economical place to stay in Loja that
  • Rincon del Viajero
    El Rincon is one of the best backpacker options in Otavalo, with friendly staff and an equally friendly clientele. There are a number of attractive facilities: a rooftop terrace with hammocks, pool table, restaurant, communal living room, and a cozy cabin that, by night, is heated by a log-fire. A
  • Casa Helbling
    Popular with German and Swiss guests but warmly welcoming all worldly travelers, La Casa Helbling is a spacious home offering a variety of bright rooms, each with its own name, color and character. Single, double and triple rooms come with either private or shared bathrooms. The shared bath is
  • Hostal Sierra Nevada
    Hostal Sierra Nevada is a mid-size hostel in an old yet charming town-house. It contains 19 comfortably furnished rooms, each one elegantly decorated, with clean carpets and curtains, as well as newly colored walls. Rooms have a private bathroom, phone, TV, as well as free broadband internet.
  • Hostal Casa Kanela
    Rooms start at $12 per person (shared bath), so it's not the cheapest option in the area, but Casa Kanela comes highly recommended. Prices include tax however and breakfast. It's in the heart of Gringolandia, so convenience is on its side as well. Amenities are simple (in most cases just a bed with
  • Hostal y Cabañas Esmeralda
    At the end of the main street in the bohemian arts neighborhood of Barrio Esmeralda is Hostal y Cabañas Esmeralda. The blue-trimmed white house with a large front porch was built by a German family nearly a century ago. The guest rooms are spacious and beautifully decorated. They each have heating,
  • Panamericana Hotel Temuco
    At the foot of Cerro Ñielol rises the buff-pink Panamericana Hotel, formerly known as Hotel Terra Verde. The 74 rooms are well equipped with extras like a sitting area, WiFi, minibar, flat-screen TV with cable, safe deposit box and glistening white bathrooms. Throughout the Panamericana, earth-tone
  • Cabañas Mapulay
    For travelers looking for a bit of a retreat from the others who are rushing from one high-octane adventure to another, Cabañas Mapulay may be the place to stay. In a grassy yard with lots of shade trees are 14 cabins for two and four persons. Each has a TV and DVD (the office has a free video libr
  • Gran Hotel Pucón
    The Gran Hotel Pucón is the grand lady in this town. From this stately five-story spa on the shores of Lago Villarrica, the front rooms gaze upon the volcano. Those accommodations on the backside enjoy the lake for its scenic backdrop. The rooms are large with wood floors and picture windows. Along
  • Hotel Polo Sur
    Polo Sur, a series of large, two-story, fully-equipped cabins, is a smart choice for families or other groups looking for apartment-style accommodations in town. The cabins are spacious and brightly decorated (though be careful on the shaky staircases), and receive ample sun pouring in from Ancud's
  • Hotel Wellmann
    Hotel Wellmann is Cochrane's original hotel, serving travelers for over 40 years. Even these days, it is considered the classiest place to stay. The large rooms are sunny. To keep these spaces cozy warm, the floors are carpeted and the entire inn has central heating. The spacious lobby is a comforta
  • Hospedaje Don Santiago
    Hospedaje Don Santiago may just be one of the better deals in Coyhaique. The large hostel is in a quieter part of the city. The rooms are fair sized. Few are for the single traveler; most for duets and trios. The bathrooms are clean. Even though breakfast isn't included in the price of lodging and g
  • Hospedaje-Cabañas Estefaní
    Hospedaje-Cabañas has a bit of an unusual set-up. This inn's cabins, which have up to three bedrooms with single or double accommodations, are rented out per person. The guests within each cabaña, then, share the cabin's bathroom and fully equipped kitchen. Everything is kept clean. Not a bad opti
  • Hotel Yachting Kiel
    Hotel Yachting Kiel is a privileged inn. It is right across from the village's pier (where, yes, the old yacht can be parked) with unobstructed views of Villarrica Lake and Volcano. All the guestrooms of this rambling two-story lodge have these incredible vistas from their balconies (the front three
  • Solace
    Solace is a brand-spanking-new, four-star hotel. Completed in May of 2008, Solace is a trendy, modern accommodation with all of the bells and whistles, except for a pool. They offer king and queen size beds, a large buffet breakfast (included in the price of the room), and spectacular views of Lake
  • Hotel Lagos del Sur
    Hotel Lagos del Sur proclaims itself to be “en el corazón del sur de Chile” - and it is, as well, in the heart of the city of Osorno. Located just a half-block from the Plaza de Armas, this hostel offers its clients large, well-decorated rooms with private bath and cable TV. The hotel has
  • Hotel Aitué
    Hotel Aitué is located in the heart of Temuco just two blocks from Plaza Pinto. This unassuming three-star lodging choice offers high class amenities, like minibars, cable TV, hairdryers and in-room WiFi, for a reasonable price. These and other touches make this a favorite home-away-from-home to ma
  • The Guest House
    The Guest House, also known as Casa Wetzel, is a cute, inviting hotel with ten rooms, all having a private bath. Once a luxurious mansion originally constructed in 1926, it was remodeled and transformed into a bed and breakfast atmosphere with modern details. The owners are from the United States an
  • Meliá Patagonia
    Hotel Sol Melia is an over-the-top five star extravaganza. From the outside Melia doesn't look as posh as it is hailed to be, but the inside does not leave anything for want. There are multiple lounge areas, both indoor and outdoor, that have private areas to enjoy the view and relax. In fact some o
  • Cabanas Los Alerces
    Cabañas los Alerces is one of those places that looks nicer on its webpage then it does in reality. The hotel is decorated in a cute, grandma-like fashion, but looks as if it has seen better days. The restaurant has a nice ambiance, although it is also the way to get to the pool (which is a bit str
  • Hotel Puelche
    Hotel Puelche is a fresh, relaxing hotel set up on the hill, not far from the city center. The place is open, bright and welcoming. The rooms are spacious, clean, and a good value. Most of the reception faculty speaks English.The restaurant has tasty Chilean food and a warm ambiance, although the di
  • Hotel Castilla
    Although the building, which dates from the 1920s, is well maintained, Hotel Castilla is gloomy inside. The beds are tired and have seen better days. The staff are not quick to help, but warm up with some coaxing. Castilla's biggest draw is its great location at the base of Cerro San Cristobal, near
  • Accommodations Global Citizen
    We offer lodgings in family houses, hostels and furnished apartments. You will see photos and complete descriptions for each lodging, beside you can make reservations and online payment with your credit card. Find useful information about Chile, photographs and tours. Ofrecemos alojamientos en casas
  • Hotel Chicamocha
    One of Bucaramanga's finest hostels is Hotel Chicamocha. Providing the best in services to up-scale and corporate business travelers, Hotel Chicamocha provides luxuries few other inns do. Courtesy of the house are a welcoming cocktail, breakfast buffet, a pillow menu (yes, you read correctly), medi
  • Hotel Ursua
    The Hotel Ursua has always reminded me of my country grandmother's house: big, overstuffed beds and mis-matched furniture in the rooms and generations of now-antique sewing machines, irons, phonographs and other items scattered throughout. (Be sure to check out the LP record collection—everyth
  • Hotel Balmoral
    Conveniently located in the center of the city, Hotel Balmoral is a mid-range option for your visit to Bucaramanga. The hostel is a bit worn, but clean. It offers four floors of accommodation, all with windows and some with balconies. The large rooms come equipped with firm beds, air conditioning,
  • Turning Point Hostel
    After it opened its doors in early 2009, Turning Point quickly became known among budget travelers as one of the best hostels in Córdoba. The highlight of any stay here is the authentic Argentine asado offered to guests on Saturday evenings when co-owner André grills up all sorts of typical local
  • Residencias Las Tres Margaritas
    Another family-atmosphere hotel in the city's center that promises three important basics: safety, cleanliness and cheap prices, is Residencias Las Tres Margaritas. This is a fairly new, four-story building with amply sized rooms that are clean with private, cold-water baths and cable television. S
  • Hospedaje D'Kpri
    Hospedaje D'Kpri is essentially a boarding house for university students. However, some rooms are rented out to travelers. The small quarters have all furniture built-in, from the platform bed to the night table. The attached bath is clean and has hot water. If you are planning to stay a while in t
  • Carionga Hotel
    A time-worn resort built in the contemporary 1960s architecture of glass and metal, Hotel Carionga still provides the best service to the journeyer to Pamplona. It caters primarily to businesspeople, excursion groups and families. The era-theme continues into the large rooms, in classic 1960s simpl
  • Hotel Casa Real Cúcuta
    Just a few blocks from the bus terminal, Hotel Casa Real Cúcuta is one of the few places along Avenida 7 that has that ambiente familiar, or family atmosphere. It doesn't quite have the shine as in days past, and honestly some of the rooms have become quite shabby. (Ask to see several before decid
  • Hotel La Sierra
    No sign marks the presence of Hotel La Sierra. However, this house a few blocks downhill from the plaza is a hostel where for years the knowledgeable Profe has offered rooms to trekkers and others heading into the national park.Inside are several floors of rooms with private hot-water baths and tel
  • Hotel Restaurante Casa Vieja
    Hotel Restaurante Casa Vieja is a bit of a misnomer, since it no longer has a restaurant. However, internationally renowned local artist Roberto Arango still opens the doors of his worn colonial home to the weary traveler, offering large rooms in various states of repair around the main courtyard. T
  • Hotel El Frailejón
    Hotel El Frailejón isn't anything special, but it does have two advantages: It's centrally located near the bus offices and it's Güicán's cheapest inn. Perhaps that is why it is frequently full. The rooms are up a narrow staircase, above the restaurant-shop. The quarters are large with little f
  • Hotel Brisas del Nevado
    Hotel Brisas del Nevado is a pleasant inn located just a half-block from the main plaza and bus stops. Its clean, simply furnished rooms in the main building are bright with natural light and have one to four beds. Most share the sparkling common baths. Out in the garden is a new duplex cabaña with
  • Hotel Las Pirámides
    Located between the bus terminal and downtown, Hotel Las Pirámides is a good mid-range choice for the journeyer needing to spend a night in Cúcuta. The modern building proffers well-appointed rooms with private bath (cold water only), double beds, television and fan or air conditioning. (There is
  • Hotel Santander
    Hotel Santander is a ganga, a bargain, just a half-block from Parque García Rovira, in Málaga's Zona Rosa. The modern rooms are clean and good-sized. All have cable TV and private baths with gas-heated hot showers. To top it off, the friendly family serves you free coffee and orange juice in the
  • Hotel Amparo
    A friendly, family-run inn, Hotel Amparo provides its guests with no-frill rooms with or without TV. All have private, cold-water baths and fan to keep you cool in the hot Bucaramanga climate. The beds are okay. The rooms are cleaned daily. In the main lobby of this two-story hotel is a television,
  • Hostal Misión Santa Bárbara
    This former family mansion is now one of Barichara's most prestigious inns, without being pretentious. The older part of this large house is one story, with a grape-harbor-covered patio. The newer section is two-story, with a five-stroke swimming pool in which to cool down after hiking. Throughout
  • Hospedaje El Mirador
    Located not too far from the bus station on a quiet side street is Hospedaje El Mirador. This hostel is more for those travelers journeying in a group, as each of the well-dressed rooms come with at least two beds. With private bath and cable TV, Hospedaje El Mirador offers the classic creature com
  • Hotel Boutique La Española
    Hotel Boutique La Española is a relatively new and very special hotel on the crowded Villa de Leyva hotel scene. The Soler family's ancient home has been transformed into an intimate inn whose white-washed walls are accented with beautiful tile work throughout. Water flows through the courtyard. E
  • Hotel Boyacá Plaza
    One of Tunja's finest lodges, Hotel Boyacá Plaza is in a quieter part of the city. An elevator will whisk you to your carpeted room with a window viewing the city. All have private bath with hot water, plus mini-bar (separate charge, according to what you have consumed). Smoking and non-smoking ro
  • Hotel Conquistador de América
    Right on the corner of the Plaza de Bolívar, Hotel Conquistador de América is a mid-range lodging option in the heart of Tunja. Two stories of rooms await your rest; some of those upstairs have balconies over the pedestrian street. All rooms have private bathrooms with gas-heated hot water, as we
  • Hotel American
    Another upstairs hostel, Hotel American offers respectful rooms at a comfortable price. Some have private hot water baths and televisions. Others are more basic, sans TV and sharing the common cold-water bathrooms (one for women, a second for men). The on-site restaurant is located in the covered f
  • Hotel El Cid
    The Hotel El Cid is located on the second floor, above a shopping mall. (The manager assures you it's quiet after 8 p.m.) All conservatively decorated rooms have private bath with hot water, cable TV, mini-bar (charges separately) and telephone. Larger habitaciones (with six beds) have balconies ov
  • Hospedaje Sol de la Villa
    Just off Parque Nariño, a few blocks from the bus station, is Hospedaje Sol de la Villa. A modest bed and breakfast, it provides tastefully decorated, clean rooms with private, hot water baths to its clientele. A U.S.-style breakfast is served every morning. This is the perfect place for non-smok
  • Hospedería Antonio Nariño
    Hospedería Antonio Nariño is actually a modern construction in the heart of Villa de Leyva, but built with the architecture and techniques of old. Its large, cobble stoned courtyards are sprayed by fountains and surrounded by second-floor balconies. Off these are the spacious, white rooms with mo
  • Hotel Oasis
    Three generations of women have been housing visitors since 1953 at the Hotel Oasis. It is on of the few inns in Capitanejo that as a dual price list: one for the temporada baja, low season, and another for the temporada alta, high season. All the large, simply dressed rooms have windows and private
  • Hotel Colonial
    Located a half-block from the Plazoleta Municipal on a quiet street, Hotel Colonial provides its guests with comfortable, clean rooms. Beds are super-fresh, not being made up until you arrive. All upstairs rooms have windows, mostly over the street, private cold-water bath, television and fan. Meal
  • Hostería del Molina La Mesopotamia
    Built in 1568 as a wheat mill, Hostería del Molina La Mesopotamia is now one of Villa de Leyva's finest inns. You'll feel like you're slipping back in time here, especially because its rooms are furnished with period pieces. Heavy embroidered curtains keep the quarters warm at night while you sn
  • Hotel Casa de los Fundadores
    Casa de los Fundadores (as it is commonly called) is an inn with a bit of a difference: It is a project of the Dominican nuns. Many years ago, their community was on these lands. Now the sisters have built an exclusive hotel with all the luxuries you can imagine, from to sauna and chocolate therap
  • Casa Hotel Villa Cristina
    On a quiet dirt street far from the center of town is Casa Hotel Villa Christina. This rambling, multi-story house is white with red tile roofs, cobble-stoned interior courtyards and terrace, and kiosks with hammocks. Casa Hotel Villa Christina is an intimate bed and breakfast offering 10 snug room
  • Hotel La Posada de San Antonio
    This mid-19th Century mansion on Parque Nariño is now the very fine Hotel La Posada de San Antonio. It has the feel of a country squire mansion, with a pool table in the library, chapel, many antiques and conservative décor. Don Quixote makes frequent appearances throughout the inn. Off the cobbl
  • Hotel Casa Muñoz
    The newest hotel in El Cocuy, Casa Muñoz has sharp rooms in an annex of a colonial-era house. Each room, named after one of the mountains in the national park, has cable TV and baths with gas-heated hot water. Upstairs rooms have lofts with more mattresses, which are sure to be a hit with the kids
  • Alfiz hotel
    Located in Cartagena's historic Old Town, the award-winning Hotel Alfiz is a short distance from some of the city's key tourist attractions. This boutique hotel is drenched in local history and culture, and the staff is always eager to share stories with guests. This small, beautiful, 17th-centur
  • Art Factory
    Welcome to the GardenHouse Art Factory, a unique, original and amazing hostel located in the heart of San Telmo, the bohemian and artistic area of Buenos Aires. The owners named the hostel Art Factory because the hostel combines a soulful mix of arts, style and fun in a huge antique 900 square meter
  • La Casona del Patio Amarillo
    Positioned almost equidistant between the Candelaria and the Zona Rosa, La Casona has long been a favorite for those with a little more cash and a desire to get out of the traditional gringo ghettos. Attentive staff, a great breakfast and well cared for rooms and communal areas make La Casona argua
  • Buenos Aires Hostel Clan
    Hostel Clan is built in a Colonial-style house, with very spacious rooms, five to six bed dorms and single rooms. Super breakfast and free Internet access included. Great bar (Ruuesday's).
  • Hotel El Dorado
    Hotel Dorado is undoubtedly the least expensive hostel in the center of Bogotá, between the Candelaria district and downtown. The rooms are basic, if a bit small, with extra furnishings -a closet, table and chair. Most of the quarters have windows. The headless showers spew hot water. Those rooms
  • Hotel Dann Colonial
    Resembling an outdated 1970s relic both architecturally and stylistically, the hotel Dann Colonial, is included here as it makes up part of the hotel landscape in the Candelaria. Service could use an upgrade; in fact, the hotel should undergo a complete makeover as the rooms feel worn and tired des
  • Hotel Dorantes
    Once upon a time the mid-19th century Hotel Dorantes was a family mansion. It has been a hotel for many years, which was very fine in its heyday. The woodworking and parquet floors still exhibit that long-ago elegance. Original artwork adorns the lobby, hallways and staircases. The rooms, some with
  • High Park Suites
    This refined boutique hotel, the only 100% LGBT hotel in Bogotá, is conveniently located at the heart of the city's gay culture. Rooms at the High Park are spacious and comfortable, have great views, and include WiFi, telephones, cable TVs and bathrooms (some with tubs). Hotel facilities include a
  • Estelar La Fontana
    Located in the north next to the shops and restaurants of the Unicentro mall is Estelar Fontana. With 193 rooms and top-end amenities, this stately construction is a sight to behold. From standard habitaciones to the Estelar Suite, rooms are decorated more along the lines of high end U.S. hotel ch
  • Casa Perla B&B

    Casa Perla is located just 70 meters from the beach in El Yaque, on the Caribbean Island of Margarita. El Yaque enjoys international reknown as one of the best spots in the world for windsurfing and kitesurfing, and its beach is known for its warm, calm, shallow water.

  • Shelton Hotel
    Located in the most privileged zone of the "Peninsula," only a few meters from Nogaró Casino and Gorlero Ave., between Mansa and Brava Beaches. Shelton Hotel is a place that will offer you everything you need to make your stay unforgettable.
  • Casa El Yaque
    We really loved the house. It's quiet and clean and opens onto the beach. The balcony with the beautiful view is very nice. It's close to the airport and on the beach.
  • El Yaque Motion
    We offer nice and clean rooms for a low budget. Rooms start at US$ 15 for two people. As well we offer a public kitchen and w/Lan for free.
  • Hotel Casa Medina
    Located in the heart of Bogotá's business district and within short walking distance of some of Rosales' fashionable bars and restaurants, Casa Medina is an ideal destination for business travellers. Built in 1945 using a blend of Spanish and French influences, its rooms boast a modern-chic decor
  • Hotel Colonial (Zipaquirá)
    A fantastic find in the center of town (just two blocks from the main plaza and another two blocks from the salt cathedral), Hotel Colonial has everything you are looking for in an economic yet stylish and comfortable hotel. With fifty rooms among two well-manicured courtyards and a cozy, green ba
  • Hotel de la Opera
    Set in two beautifully restored houses next door to the Presidential Plaza on one side and the opulent Teatro Colon on the other, Hotel de la Opera is Candelaria's most luxurious lodging option. Almost everything about this hotel oozes romanticism. From the elegant dining rooms to the Italian-style
  • Abadia Colonial
    Do not be put off by the raucous student bars opposite spilling over with people. The Hotel Abadia's boutique rooms are all at the back of the building and remain unaffected by the noise. Care and details have been employed to make this a charming place in the heart of Bogotá's bohemia.
  • Residencias del Centro
    Officially it is now called Residencias del Centro but everyone still calls it Residencias Colombia. The orange and green sign hanging out front takes a neutral stance on the issue. It just simply says â??Residencias.â? It is still, though, the most centrally located of the cheaper inns in Letic
  • Hospedaje Los Delfines
    Hospedaje Los Delfines is a fine place to stay if you can afford to spend a bit more. All the rooms are nicely furnished and include a private bathroom, fan, mini-bar and screened windows. Hammocks abound in the courtyard and there is a TV in the common room. This hotel has something that distingui
  • Kabañas Kanwara
    Kabañas Kanwara is probably the most luxurious inn in the park district. The three cabañas have five rooms each (one to three beds each, plus table) and hot-water shower. Their balconies have a fine view of the Ritaku'was and the cordillera (mountains). Two of the lodges have kitchenettes, but no
  • Hacienda La Esperanza
    After being abandoned for a spell, Hacienda La Esperanza has undergone a renovation at the loving hand of Marco Artura Valderrama, once more giving shelter to weary explorers. Its highly polished floors gleam. The thick earthen walls of this 200-year-old farmhouse keep the three, multi-bed guest ro
  • Hotel Villa Real
    A quaint, family run inn, Hotel Villa Real is a comfortable place to stay in El Cocuy—both in price and in ambience. The rooms—all on the upper stories—are finely decorated and come in a variety of sizes (one to six beds) depending on your traveling group. The rooms share the clean c
  • Cabaña Gaicany
    In a three-story, A-frame chalet, Juan Carlos Carreño and his family provide simple rooms with bunk beds for up to 35 guests. On the third floor are two rooms, each with a double bed. Up there is also a sitting area for everyone's pleasure with a view onto the snowy peaks. No rooms are heated. The
  • Residencias Amira
    This place used to be one of the more economical hotels in Leticia, but it has been upgraded. Now, Residencias Amira offers only rooms with private bathrooms and fridge. All rooms have two to four bedsâ??a mix of singles and doubles. The common balcony is a great place to sit to enjoy the cooler e
  • Hotel Anaconda
    Although not the most expensive hotel in Leticia, the extras Hotel Anaconda piles on makes it excellent value. The 50 rooms all come with balconies, some with a view of the Amazon River. These large suites have good beds, private bathrooms with both cold and hot water, air conditioning, TV and mini
  • About Baires Hostel
    About Baires Hostel is located in the heart of Buenos Aires. It is in the downtown district, close to “The Obelisco” and next to 9 de Julio Avenue and 50 mts. from the Colón Theatre. It is open 24 hours a day and doesn't have a curfew. Breakfast is included in the price. The hostel als
  • Platypus
    The front of this hostel has no sign announcing its name, only a drawing of the name-sake animal to greet its guests. Enormously popular amongst travelers, the Platypus offers all the comforts you would want. And for good reason. Germán Escobar, the owner, is himself a backpacker who has traveled
  • Hostel Parada
    Hostel Parada is an old and spacious house from the 19th century. It was recently remodeled, though maintains its original structure and details of the time with high ceilings, large spaces, and red bricks. The hostel stands out in a large courtyard that can be seen from most rooms with a large wat
  • Hotel Zaragoza
    The Hotel Zaragoza has become the haunt amongst the European non-backpacker, budget travelers. A four-story, green and hot-pink building that blends into the modern architecture of Avenida Jiménez, this inn offers medium-sized rooms with cable TV and private, hot water baths. Some rooms have balco
  • Hotel Savoy
    The Hotel Savoy is a popular place with business travelers looking for a finer hotel at a comfortable price. The large lobby is beyond the reception area, which creates a sense of exclusivity. The clean and modestly decorated guest rooms are medium in size, with cable TV and private bathroom. Hotel
  • Hotel del Llano
    Hotel del Llano has for years been considered one of the finest and most respected luxury inns of Villavicencio. Its rooms are spacious, with comfortable beds, private baths, cable TVs and other luxury amenities. The back patio has an Olympic-size swimming pool, as well as a splash area for child
  • Hotel Casa Selva
    Hotel Casa Selva has blossomed into the most expensive and luxurious place in Puerto Nariño. This two-story, white beauty has 12 rooms around the interior patio. Shuttered windows and balconies make these quarters bright and airy. All come with private bath and fan. A common room with hammocks is
  • 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,
  • Hotel Charleston
    Housed in a magnificently restored 17th-century convent in the old walled city, Hotel Charleston in Plaza Santa Teresa is designed with impeccable taste and attention to detail. Its burnt orange exterior blends perfectly with its classy interior, balancing both the colonial and republican styles
  • Hostal Chordeleg
    An excellent choice for those in the lower mid-range budget zone, Hostal Chordeleg is a converted colonial home in Cuenca's historical center. The courtyard, with its neat garden and wooden upper floors, is beautiful. Its rooms, which have clean bathrooms, are well-maintained and come with TV. Free
  • Hotel Santa Lucía
    Hotel Santa Lucía is a beautiful converted home in central Cuenca; the home once belonged to Don Manuel Vega Dávila, the first governor of Azuay province. The hotel is elegant, and the rooms are comfortable and modern, with luxurious amenities like plasma TVs with satellite cable, digital safes,
  • Hotel Crespo
    One of the most popular hotels in Cuenca, Hotel Crespo is a converted family estate, dating back over 100 years, and is located close to the center of town. It is a gorgeous place, set right on the banks of the Tomebamba River. The hotel has 48 elegant, airy rooms, each of which has cable TV, phone
  • Hostal Posada del Angel
    One of the best mid-range options in Cuenca, the elegant Posada del Angel is a friendly, well-kept place that tries to maintain a family atmosphere. The hotel, which is housed in a restored colonial home, is laid-back and airy, and has 22 comfortable rooms with private bathrooms. The place itself h
  • Hacienda Guachalá
    Hacienda Guachalá dates back to 1700 and has a chapel that was originally built in 1580. In its heyday, Guachalá was the administrative center for about 22,000 hectares (54,360 ac) of land and employed 500 workers, who created textiles to be shipped to Spain. It was converted to a hotel in 1993,
  • Hotel San Francisco
    If you are looking for the cheapest place possible, the Hotel San Francisco is your last half-decent option before you fall into the category of downright dingy places. The 11 simple, double and five-bed rooms are equipped with beds ranging from firm to squishy, and some have private bathrooms - mo
  • Hacienda Uzhupud
    Located about 45 minutes outside of Cuenca, Hacienda Uzhupud is a good option for those who want to be near Cuenca but still have more of a countryside experience. The hacienda has hiking trails, horses for riding, tennis courts, a pool and sauna, in addition to soccer field, volleyball court and c
  • Hostal Santa Fe
    A great option for those looking for a budget hostel in Cuenca, Hostal Santa Fe is set in between the town center and the Tombamba River. You can easily walk to all the main attractions in Cuenca from here, as well as to several Internet cafés and restaurants. Not all the rooms at Hostal Santa Fe
  • Hostal Aguilera Internacional
    Located directly across the street from the impossible-to-miss Entrada de la Ciudad, the Hostal Aguilera Internacional is an airy, bright hotel with small but clean rooms. The hotel has an array of other amenities, including free parking, a social room (for wedding receptions, etc.), a yard with a
  • Casa Lojana
    Casa Lojana is one of Loja's best high-budget options. The building that houses the hotel was once an elegant home, which has since been converted. There are gardens, balconies, a fine restaurant and luxurious, well-decorated rooms. The hotel is efficiently run by the University of Loja, who use th
  • Hotel Acapulco
    Dank and dismal, the Hotel Acapulco is about as cheery as a morgue. Presumably the building once saw better days, but those days are a fading memory. The rooms are slightly brighter than the murky passageways and stairwells, but the bathrooms smell funky enough to make you wonder if cleanliness is
  • Hotel Libertador
    The Hotel Libertador is the best of the hotels located in Loja's historic district. The interior is dimly lit and gloomy, and the whole place has a "seen-better-days" feel to it, but the rooms are nice, the service is very good, and there are a variety of extras that other hotels in the area do not
  • Casa Ordoñez
    This charming, family-owned boutique hotel is actually an old mansion, beautifully restored to its original grandeur. Its comfortable rooms have large beds, goose down comforters and finely detailed decorations. With a characterful reading room, family room, living room and terrace, you will feel a
  • Hotel Santa Ana
    Hotel Santa Ana is very attractive and elegant, with 40 comfortable and modern rooms. Although it is no longer managed by Grupo Plaza Hotels and Tourism, it still retains most of its perks, including a pool and Jacuzzi, a space to host events, and a garage to guard your vehicle. It no longer has a
  • Residencial Las Chimeneas
    This quiet little hole-in-the-wall place offers just four rooms for rent on the first floor of the owner's house. The wooden rooms are pretty basic, with sagging beds and thin walls, and the cement-floor shower in the shared bathroom spits out coldish water, but what the residencial lacks in comfor
  • Cabañas Rose Cottage
    Set up in the hills three kilometers (2 mi) outside Otavalo, Rose Cottage offers guests a beautiful base from which to explore the surrounding area. It offers a range of clean and cozy options in its seven distinct cabins, and those on a tighter budget can stay in dorms or camp. You can also rent
  • Volcano Hotel
    The Volcano Hotel offers 12 clean, comfortable and well-priced rooms in single, double, triple and suite varieties. Rooms are simply decorated and many have big windows, allowing for lots of light and nice views of the surrounding nature. Some also have balconies. It is the sort of place you can ge
  • Hostal Chimenea
    Set back a bit from the busier streets of Baños, the friendly, family-run hostel La Chimenea is conveniently located close to the hot springs. The rooms are basic, but very good value; they are all clean and functional, with comfy beds and private bathrooms. Breakfast is served in a bright, airy r
  • Hostería La Ciénega
    Over its almost 500-year history, this old hacienda played host to many famous people, including many Independence heroes and Alexander von Humboldt. The walls, made of volcanic rock, have withstood countless tremors from its active volcanic neighbor. The spacious house offers 34 luxurious rooms an
  • Hacienda El Porvenir (Volcano Land)
    Hacienda El Porvenir (a.k.a. Volcano Land), an old hacienda set on a 1,000 hectare (2,471-ac) spread in the foothills of Volcán Rumiñahui, offers lodging for all budgets. Suites have magnificent views, sitting room, fireplace and private bath. Traditional hacienda rooms have heating and private b
  • Santa Lucia
  • San Agustín de Callo
    San Agustín de Callo is one of the most intriguing haciendas in Ecuador. Originally the site of a 15th-century, the Spanish conquerors built on the site, which was given to the Augustinian religious order in 1590 before becoming private property. It has been in the Plaza family (which boasts two E
  • La Casa Verde
    Owned by an accommodating Kiwi-Aussie couple, La Casa Verde is a peaceful, eco-friendly retreat along a river. About a 20-minute walk from the center of Baños (or a short taxi ride), La Casa Verde has beautiful views of the nearby river, valley and mountains, especially enjoyable from a hammock on
  • Hotel San Pedro de Riobamba
    Hotel San Pedro is an example of colonial republican Ecuadorian luxury. Built in the 20th century, this house belonged to a worker from the Ecuadorian railway company who provided lodging to early tourists. It was rebuilt a few years ago to preserve its original splendor and charm. The personalize
  • Hacienda Primavera
    Raved about by travelers, Hacienda Primavera is a gorgeous eco-lodge tucked in the El Choclo rainforest reserve. The hotel, which has been owned by the same family for over 90 years, is located an hour and a half from Otavalo. The hacienda is a working ranch with several animals, and is surrounded
  • Hacienda San Francisco
    Located in the Imbabura province in the Salinas Valley, just 40 minutes from Ibarra, Hacienda San Francisco has been in the same family since 1640. The establishment is close to a variety of places of interest; nearby is the Chachimbiro thermal springs and the hacienda also has its own, natural hot
  • Aya Huma
    The hostel Aya Huma is a decent and economical option for those who would prefer to stay outside of Otavalo after a long day at the market. Rooms are basic, but clean, and the ones with bathrooms have very hot showers. Rooms along the edge of the road can be a little noisy at night, so try to get o
  • Hostería Pantaví
    Hostería Pantaví has 12 lovely rooms in a beautiful, peaceful setting. There is a variety of ethnic art on the walls of the main house, painted by the owner, Camilo Andrade. Many of these pieces have been inspired by his interest in the local archeology and Ecuadorian mythology. Pantaví is locat
  • Hotel Europa
    If you arrive by bus, the first thing that you will see in Alausí is the large pink building directly across from the station, which houses Hotel Europa. The hotel is as good a place as anywhere in town to lay your head. The rooms are arranged alongside an inner parking lot and vary in quality and
  • Estrella del Chimborazo
    The Historical "Tambo de Totorillas" (roadside inn) was once located in this place, along the old "Royal Road" between Guayaquil and Quito. The owners have rebuilt the inn, combining its traditional architecture with modern comfort and services. The name of the refuge, Estrella Del Chimborazo
  • Hacienda Zuleta
    Located about an hour from Otavalo, Zuleta is a good option for travelers who are looking for an authentic hacienda experience. Like the haciendas of old, Zuleta is a working, 1620-hectare (4,000-ac) fa
  • Quo Vadis
    The Quo Vadis is modern, reasonably priced and well located within walking distance of Jipiro Park and the bus terminal. Its rooms are very nice, comfortable and clean, and the hotel is very tastefully decorated. As an added bonus, the Quo Vadis is one of very few places in Loja to get a decent exp
  • Madre Tierra
    A highlight of any stay in the Vilcabamba region for those who wish to shell out a little cash, Madre Tierra offers outstanding accommodation and first-class service. To relax and recharge for a couple of days, head to the health spa and indulge in a luxurious facial or massage, along with more exo
  • Sol de Oriente
    This is a simple, yet sleek hotel whose various oriental inspirations make it stand out against other characterless hotels in the area. Its 56 rooms come equipped with air conditioning, cable TV, WiFi, and a mini-fridge. Hotel Sol del Oriente has four event rooms that can accommodate anywhere betwe
  • Francisco II
    Francisco II offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy their vacation in a friendly environment designed for relaxation. Guests will find a secure facility with a family-friendly atmosphere and comfortable common areas suitable for socializing. Rooms are pretty basic but all have air conditioning an
  • Swisspoint Montañita
    Swisspoint Montañita is a charming thatched guesthouse a couple of blocks east of central Montañita. Rooms are bright and airy with colorful blankets, and all have air conditioning, satellite TV, and modern tiled bathrooms with hot water. There is a pleasant open porch area in the back as well as
  • Hostal Pakaloro
    Hostal Pakaloro is a multi-story structure with 28 private rooms, each with a spacious, meticulously designed wooden balcony and hammock. The hostel also has a nice grassy patio area to relax and meet other guests. Guests can use the communal kitchen and there is a laundry service available. Rooms
  • La Barranca
    La Barranca's rooms are spacious, clean and tranquil, each with a TV, air conditioning and private bathrooms. On the first floor you will find the restaurant, bar with satellite TV, and Jacuzzi. You can enjoy the beautiful view of the ocean and sunset from the hotel's terrace, which has hammocks. L
  • Charo's Hostal
    Charo's Hostal has modern rooms and is right on the boardwalk. The hotel is close enough to the center of town (one and a half blocks), yet at enough of a distance to offer a restful night's sleep. Rooms have either street or ocean views, but all of them come with private bathrooms, hot water and a
  • Angauel Hostería Playa Rosada
    Hostería Playa Rosada is located on a remote stretch of Costa del Sol beach, about three kilometers north of Palmar, which in turn is located approximately midway between Salinas and Montañita (it is closer to Montañita). The hostería is a retreat of sorts, offering tranquility and a beautiful
  • Bohemia Buenos Aires Hotel
    Bohemia Buenos Aires Hotel is located in the heart of the district of San Telmo. Though the hotel building itself is new, the architectural style is harmonious with the rest of the neighborhood's traditional construction. The hotel covers 900 square meters, with wide common spaces and a garden view
  • Caserón Porteño
    Daniel and Cinthia, the lovely family of this marvelous house, will welcome you with hospitality and warmth. The bed and breakfast boasts a great garden and patio, with bright and cozy suite and standard rooms. Every day, free tango lessons are offered to guests in the afternoon. Guests are welcome
  • Villa Victoria
    Villa Victoria is an old mansion from the begining of the last century. Today it serves as a boutique hotel with few rooms and a high level of service, boasting a pool area, tennis court and a magnificent garden filled with palm trees and exotic plants.
  • Complejo Tango Hotel Boutique
    A small and friendly thematic hotel in Belgrano, Buenos Aires, offering special packages including dinner, tango shows, and tango lessons.
  • 06 Central Hostel
    06 Central Hostel is a spacious, modern-designed hostel located right in the downtown area, within walking distance from the pedestrian shopping streets of Florida and Lavalle, and the widest avenue in the world, Avenida 9 de Julio. Located in a recently restored beautiful historical building, with
  • Hotel Sur y Despues
    The hotel has five rooms. One complete apartment, one loft, two standard rooms and one single room with two beds. The hotel is located in a newly renovated house. All the rooms have private bathrooms.
  • Circus Hotel & Hostel
    Circus Hotel & Hostel uniquely combines hostel prices and atmosphere with the infrastructure and elegance of a boutique hotel. The relaxed, fun environment at a reasonable price makes Circus the perfect option for the young and selective tourist on a budget.
  • Hostería Islamar
    Hostería Islamar's five luxury cabañas are located on top of a hill facing Isla Salango. Each can sleep up to eight guests and has a private balcony overlooking the water. Beyond the cabañas, Islamar has a recreational area with a volleyball court, a children's playground, and a restaurant servi
  • Hostería Mandála
    Located on a quiet stretch of beach north of the town's center, Hostería Mandala offers a convenient escape without having to venture far. Guests can relax in private, individual cabañas surrounded by the grounds' extensive, dense tropical garden that is filled with exotic flowers, trees and plan
  • Playa de Oro Reserva de Los Tigrillos
    The Afro-Ecuadorian community of Playa de Oro, the last settlement on the Rio Santiago, has the region's first ecotourism project. The project is designed to protect a 10,000-hectare (24,710-ac) reserve of pristine rainforest, which is the only Margay (jungle cat) reserve in the world, and is consi
  • Cabañas Baloo
    Located on the south end of the beach, down the street from the music of the bars and restaurants, Cabañas Baloo offers a quiet place to rest. You can either stay in one of its pleasant cabins with porches, private bathrooms and a fan, or book one of the private rooms in the main house, which are
  • Cabañas de Wimbi
    A trip to Wimbi is well worth the effort. Its a spotless jungle community surrounded by lush vegetation and crystal clear river, in fact, its like visiting a health retreat. The villagers take you on canoe trips and walks into the deep forest to discover some incredible spots. Back in the village, p
  • Iruña
    Located three kilometers (1.9 mi) outside of the sleepy town of Mompiche (as you go north along the beach), Iruña (formerly Las Pigualas) is a peaceful place to relax for a couple of days. This little-known spot has cabins that are simple but sufficient and unusually come complete with a fridge. E
  • Posada Ingapirca/Ingapirca Inn
    The hotel is a surprisingly attractive converted 200-year-old hacienda: it features 23 rooms, elegant social areas and well-kept gardens. There is more to do than just see the ruins: the posada can arrange hikes along the Inca trail that passes through the area, and there is a billiard room on the
  • Hosteria Gabeal
    Hosteria Gabeal, separated from the rest of town by a large archway, offers a variety of accommodations right on the beach. Up a sandy, palm-lined drive, you'll find private bungalows, a building with multiple rooms and an al fresco dining area, all built in the bamboo and thatch style that'
  • Orion Hotel
    Planted on a hill overlooking the sea, Orion Hotel and its brightly painted blue and white façade are easily spotted from the road leading down from the bus station. One of the more modern-looking joints in town, the hotel features an on-site cafetería, flower-adorned terraces, hot water, priva
  • Hostal Agua Marina
    Clean and friendly, Hostal Agua Marina is clearly one of the most comfortable options in town. It has a pool and the tidy rooms are air conditioned. Rates are reasonable for its facilities and level of service. There are two drawbacks: one is that it is not on the beach, but about a four-block walk
  • SAMAI SPA HOTEL
    This bamboo lodge prides itself on honoring the earth and providing accommodation with balanced 'energy'. The cabins have excellent views of the ocean and cloud forest. The lodge's organic vegetable gardens provide the excellent vegetarian food, Ecuadorian and international cuisine. The restauran
  • Oceanic
    Situated at the far north end of the beach, this is one of the best options in Puerto López to get away from it all, surrounded by small hills and a quieter, cleaner stretch of beach. Accommodation in cabins, made in part with natural materials, will allow you to enjoy all of the comfort that you
  • Tinalandia
    Built in the 1940s as a farm and later converted for tourism, Tinalandia was one of Ecuador's first eco-lodges. Modestly sized, Tinalandia has 16 comfortable rooms and capacity for 30 guests. The lodge attracts birdwatchers from around the globe and is a personal favorite of Paul Greenfield, illust
  • El Quetzal de Mindo
    El Quetzal de Mindo is located only a few blocks from the Parque Central de Mindo, yet is still in a quiet area with a river view. From the hotel, you can see hummingbirds, toucans, parrots and quetzals. It consists of just a few upstairs rooms, which come in deluxe king and deluxe queen varieties.
  • Royal Hotel
    The Royal Hotel is a modern mid-range accommodation option located at the south end of the Malecón. It has air-conditioned rooms, Internet and a swimming pool. The rates are very reasonable, and the staff is friendly and helpful. Visit quick before they figure out that it can raise its rates!
  • Mindo Gardens
    Mindo Gardens is owned by a huge Ecuadorian corporation. You wouldn't know it by looking at this quiet, isolated hotel, though, which is 1 km past the Butterfly Farm (about a half-an-hour drive down an unpaved road from the main center of Mindo). The hotel complex is set in a 300 hectare (741 acres
  • El Gallo de la Peña Hotel
    This larger hotel on the edge of the main plaza in Mindo and at the beginning of the road headed to the Butterfly Farm offers lots of extra services and a reasonable price. The hotel includes a large outdoor pool, a hot tub with views of the surrounding mountains, a restaurant and a lounge. Each of
  • Iguana Crossing Hotel
    Located at the southern edge of town where the National Park starts, the Iguana Crossing hotel has enviable beach access in addition to good views of the ocean and Sierra Negra Volcano. Modern, clean, and cool, the rooms at Iguana Crossing benefit from central air conditioning, which is a big bonus
  • Hotel San Vicente Galapagos
    Hotel San Vicente Galapagos has become the most important hotel in Isabela Island, since it has its own tourism operation in the island and also it has expanded its operation to San Cristobal Island, Floreana Island and Santa Cruz Island with its divers programs of combined land based tours (Galapa
  • El Crater Hotel
    A small all-suites hotel with space for just 24 peopleâ??two per suiteâ??has the feel of a modern luxury spa more than a hotel. The open, fresh rooms are decorated with minimalist décor, using over-sized picture windows as the main attraction and soft tones with wood balancing out the natural f
  • Termas de Papallacta
    The Termas de Papallacta Spa, Resort and Convention Center is quite literally a world unto its own. For a city escape, make the trip to this inviting retreat perched high in the Andean valley. Stay at the hotel or in one of the cabins and enjoy the mountain-view private thermal pools day and night.
  • Hostal El Taxo
    This friendly family-run hostel that is a hidden gem for budget travelers looking for a cozy atmosphere with unbeatable value. Both crucifixes and posters of Snoop Dogg and Bob Marley punctuate El Taxo's walls, setting an atmosphere that is simultaneously homey and youthful, local and foreign. The
  • Hotel Reina Isabel
    A mid-range to luxury hotel that is a bit dated, Reina Isabel offers big and comfortable rooms with large bathrooms. Everything is clean and well maintained, with lots of services provided from concierge to room service. Most of the people staying here are on business or organized trips, but this m
  • QFA - Quito Furnished Apartments (Ecuador)
    Quito Furnished Apartments is a group of apartments located in the Mariscal. There are four apartments that can accommodate up to ten people. Rental includes cable TV, internet, monthly cleaning, bathroom, kitchen, refrigerator, blender, assorted furniture, mattress and bed clothes.
  • Hotel Embassy
    The Hotel Embassy provides you with comfortable, large rooms and spotless bathrooms. The restaurant and reception area have been recently renovated and convey an impression of a standard that is not quite kept by the rooms. Nevertheless it provides a good value, and the attentive staff tries to sat
  • La Carriona
    Located a mere half hour south of Quito, La Carriona is a viable option for the traveler who needs to stay within close reach of the capital but who still wants to have the hacienda experience (at a reasonable rate). A traditional haciendaâ??over 200 years oldâ??the 25 rooms and eight junior suit
  • Hacienda La Alegría
    Situated an hour south of Quito, on the slopes of the Corazón Volcano, Hacienda La Alegría is in the heart of the “Avenue of the Volcanoes.” On a clear day, you can see not only Corazón but also four other volcanoes from the courtyard. Still a working organic farm (guests can partici
  • Hostal Los Yutzos
    The Hostal Los Yutzos is a family-oriented hotel that is located on a quiet street in the middle of the most peaceful residential area of Tena. Many of the rooms overlook the Pano River and guests can hear the soothing sounds of the river just below their balconies. The hostal is pleasant and clea
  • Huasquila Amazon Lodge
    This family-run eco-resort offers nine luxury cabins, built with local materials in Kichwa Style, within the Sumaco Biosphere Reserve. Each cabin has a private bathroom, hot water, amazingly comfortable beds, and wide interior spaces and porches from where you can enjoy the fascinating views of the
  • La Casa del Suizo
    La Casa del Suizo jungle lodge is one of the most luxurious lodges in Ecuador's Amazon. Located a short distance from Tena, La Casa has an outdoor swimming pool and 75 rooms with electricity, ceiling fans, private terraces and hot water. The hotel's restaurant serves sprawling buffets of internat
  • Radisson Royal Quito Hotel
    The Radisson Royal Quito is a luxury hotel connected to the World Trade Center and centrally located in Quito's financial and residential area. Radisson Royal Quito Hotel is a boutique hotel providing service and amenities to please business and leisure travelers alike.
  • Hacienda Chillo-Jijón
    Highly exclusive, Chillo-Jijón is not open to the public and is only available by advance reservation. There are 10 suites available, for a total of 20 guests at once, and each suite is unique and extravagant. Chillo-Jijón has the feel of a European palace: four-poster beds, wide hallways, portr
  • Hostal Sur
    A larger house in a quiet neighborhood in La Floresta, Hostal Sur has comfortable, if slightly overpriced, rooms. The rooms are basic, with no frills, but all have private bathrooms and cable TV. Its good service is one of the major perks of this family-run hotel; the staff is friendly and helpful,
  • Hostal Backpackers´ Inn
    This charming little hostel is located right in the heart of the bustling Mariscal, still manages to be quiet. It is clean and has comfortable beds. The well-equipped kitchen is for communal use and is one of the better ones you will find among hostels in Quito.
  • Tutamanda B&B Hostel
    Tutamanda B&B Hostel provides good, cheap and cheerful accommodation. You will be personally attended like a king by your hosts Azucena and Fernando,who will be pleased to receive you on arrival and to help you with the best of advice to make your stay and studies of the Spanish language in Ecuador
  • Hostal Belmont
    This is one of the cheapest places in Old Quito. The hostel is in desperate need of a paint job and most of the rooms are tiny, dark and damp. However, before you completely rule out the Belmont, check out a couple of rooms, some are better than others. The family that runs the place is friendly a
  • Hostal Oasis
    Owned by the same family who runs the big Chinese restaurant downstairs, Hostal Oasis is brand new and spotlessly clean. The rooms are spartan with just a bed, chair, a nightstand, modern bathrooms and 24-hour hot water. The best rooms overlook the street, because they are light and airy and prov
  • Grand Hotel
    This family-run hotel is popular with backpackers and justly so: the staff bend over backwards to help their guests and offer personal service. The rooms are all spotlessly clean—though a few are in dire need of a paint job— and are simply but adequately furnished. There is a living room
  • Hotel Viena Internacional
    This hotel is popular with Ecuadorian and foreign visitors alike. Although it is set in an old, colonial building, the interior is modern and clean. Rooms are fairly standard and look out onto the central patio. Some, however, are quite dark. All have private bathrooms with new, fully functionin
  • Hotel San Francisco
    Hotel San Francisco is an attractive colonial building right in the middle of Quito's historical center. It's rooms are tastefully decorated and spacious, and were renovated just a few years ago. There is a quiet interior courtyard overflowing with plants and black-and-white photos of 19th-century
  • Hotel Internacional Plaza del Teatro
    This is a perfect serviceable hotel, ideally located for visiting Centro Histórico. The rooms, which all have private bathrooms and TVs, are clean and modern. Some have views over Plaza del Teatro. However, these tend to be quite noisy, so if you want quiet, ask for one in the back. The restaurant
  • Hotel Montúfar
    This place is an excellent value for your money, especially for single travelers. The rooms are clean and safe, although very run-down, and the mattresses are a bit saggy. Some rooms are much better—bigger and with more light—than others, so ask to see a few before settling in. All hav
  • Hotel de la Casona
    This hotel is situated right behind the northbound trolley stop, Plaza del Teatro. It boasts 22 rooms overlooking a quiet courtyard. All of the rooms have been recently renovated (in 2005). All rooms have private bathrooms and some have televisions. There is a nice atmosphere, thanks to a frien
  • Alston Inn
    An older hotel smack dab in the middle of the touristy part of La Mariscal, Alston Inn has a smokey, sad lobby and nicer, but by no means luxurious, rooms. The price includes breakfast, but seems a bit much considering the excellent alternatives in the area. If you are running low on cash, this c
  • Apart Hotel Amaranta
  • Hotel Plaza Grande
    Located in the heart of Quito's Old Town, Hotel Plaza Grande is surrounded by fascinating historical sights, including the Presidential Palace. This luxury hotel offers 15 suites including Royal, Plaza View and Presidential options. All rooms have air conditioning, VIP treatment and many additional
  • Chicago Hostel
    Chicago Hostel is conveniently located in a traditional neighborhood called San Blas, on the border between the Old Town and La Mariscal. It is also well-connected by public transportation, so you can either walk or easily take a city bus to most of the major city sights. The hostel has a communa
  • Hotel Huasi Continental
    This is a friendly, secure hotel in a dodgy area. The rooms are clean, but some are pretty small, and offer a good value for your money. Some rooms come with TV and private bath, some with TV and shared bath and some with neither. The restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch. If you are trave
  • Puerta del Sol
    This hotel has clearly seen better days. The rooms are large, but dark and musty. Many of the bathrooms need a make-over. However, it is very secure, centrally located, and the owners are friendly enough. All rooms have televisions and private baths.
  • Hotel Catedral Internacional
    Apparently named due to its proximity to the cathedral, this hotel is on a busy street right in the center of the Centro Histórico. Its approximately 20 rooms are set around a leafy courtyard and all have private bathrooms and a TV. There is a good restaurant downstairs, which is open from 8 a.m.
  • A Welcome Break
    A Welcome Break has a great location, just off Tena's main street. The hostel is cozy and simple, with all the basic amenities. Although the shared kitchen looks a little run down, it is clean. Rooms are also clean and have either private or shared bathrooms (all with hot water). There is also an o
  • Hotel Caribe
    Hotel Caribe is located in the southern end of town, a few blocks from the bus terminal but a bit far from the footbridge and its surrounding restaurants and tour operators. Also, since it is near industrial areas on the main street, it is sometimes difficult to sleep due to noise. The hotel has 33
  • Hostal Mainao
    The Hostal Mainao (don't be fooled by the name: it's no hostal but a hotel) is a pleasant, clean, multi-story hotel located a couple of blocks off the main street in Puerto Ayora. The staff are friendly, the location is convenient, and the included breakfast is quite good. The rooms are clean, airy
  • Hotel Gardner
    The Hotel Gardner is one of Puerto Ayora's better budget options. The rooms are spacious and neat. Some of the downstairs rooms are windowless, and can get quite dark: ask for one of the sunnier upstairs rooms if they are available. Each room has private bathroom, floor fans and TV, although only
  • Hotel Palmeras
    The Hotel Palmeras is your typical cookie-cutter hotel, with a touch of added elegance. It has a capacity for 70 guests in 32 single, double, triple, and quadruple rooms. Rooms on the first floor have fan and private hot water facilities. Second-floor rooms have air-conditioning, private hot bath,
  • Hotel Santa Cruz
    The Hotel Santa Cruz is popular with backpackers and low-budget Ecuadorians. It is a bit far from the boardwalk (in Puerto Ayora standards) and accommodations are basic. There are eight roomsâ??two singles, four doubles, one triple and one quadrupleâ??with private bathrooms, tepid water showers a
  • Hotel Salinas
    Hotel Salinas is one of the more spacious and professional budget hotels in Puerto Ayora. It has 22 plain yet comfortable, rooms with private baths, which are distributed on three floors. As you climb the courtyard staircase, you encounter more frills and perks. First floor singles and doubles h
  • Hotel Lirio del Mar
    A decent option for budget travelers, the Hotel Lirio del Mar is a three- story hotel with conspicuous orange walls and a second-�oor terrace overlooking Academy Bay. Although its exterior is not lacking for character, the rooms are fairly basic and ordinary. Twenty-four single, double, triple
  • Hotel España
    Hotel España, one of the best budget options in Puerto Ayora, is clean, friendly and has been recently been renovated. The hotel is in a good location, plus the rooms are neat and tidy and the mattresses have all been recently replaced. There is a new, attractive downstairs common area and even so
  • Hotel Ninfa
    Remember that one spring break back in college, when you and a bunch of buddies went to Fort Lauderdale? And you had booked the cheapest hotel in town, because you figured, hey, I'll be too busy partying to care what the place looks like? And it had a pool, so how bad could it be? And you got there
  • Bellavista
    Bellavista is a family run hotel with a prime location in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, right next to the tourist pier on the main street. Bellavista's waterfront location provides great sunset watching opportunities over Shipwreck Bay. The hotel's nine rooms can accommodate up to 18 guests. Each room c
  • Casa Opuntia Hotel
    San Cristobal's newest luxury hotel occupies a priveleged spot on the refurbished boardwalk within walking distance of the Playa del oro beach. The beachfront rooms offer a spectacular view, and the pool, bar area and airy, air-conditioned rooms offer a welcome respite from the harsh Galapagos cli
  • Hotel Casablanca
    Casablanca is a pleasant, small (7 bedrooms) bed and breakfast conveniently located on the main street, across from the bay. The rooms are attractive, airy and eclectic: each one is different and memorable. If you can afford it, the Cúpula suite is the way to go, as it features a terrace and ocean
  • Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
    The Angermeyer Waterfront Inn is one of the nicer hotels in Puerto Ayora, occupying a gorgeous location on Angermeyer Point across Academy bay from the town itself. The staff are professional, the 16 rooms clean and nice. It's near the site where the now-legendary Angermeyer brothers, a hardy family
  • Hotel Sir Francis Drake
    The Sir Francis Drake is a somewhat dodgy-looking hotel inside a dodgy-looking building in a dodgy-looking area of town. It has nine rooms, each of which supposedly has an air conditioner. If they do, then it's the cheapest place in Puerto Ayora with air conditioning. I'd check it out first.
  • Hotel Red Booby
    The dolled-up Red Booby occupies a very specific place on the food chain of Puerto Ayora Hotels. It's fancy and expensive enough to keep out the riff-raff, but doesn't really hit the four-star status that it obviously desires. The bedspreads and curtains are very nice, but can't change the fact tha
  • Hotel Castro
    Hotel Castro is a pleasant surprise, a clean and friendly place in a good location and reasonably priced. The interior is a bit gloomy, and the nineteen rooms are small and boxy, but overall the place is pretty good for the price, especially if it's hot out, as all rooms have air conditioning. If a
  • Hotel New Elizabeth
    The Hotel Elizabeth is one budget choice for couples or individual travelers. Even though it is centrally located just off of the main drag of Avenida Charles Darwin, the 22 rooms are private, quiet, clean, and well-equipped with private bathroom, hot water, fans, and televisions upon request. The
  • Hotel Estrella del Mar
    The Hotel Estrella del Mar is the only semi-budget hotel that can offer ocean views. Four of the hotel's 12 rooms face Academy Bay and receive fresh breezes off the water through their screened-in windows. All other rooms are cute, clean, and spacious, and have private hot showers and fan. A few
  • Hostal Shaw
    Hostal Shaw is a one-stop shop for all of your jungle-getaway needs. Located in the center of the village on the north side of the park, travelers, diners and guests have front row seats to view the antics of the herd of monkeys that affectionately terrorize the community. Rooms are comfortable, wi
  • Hostal Clarke
    This cheery hostel is on the south side of the main road into Misahuallí. It is just one block from the community's main square. Rooms are bright with colorful (though peeling) walls and mismatched blankets. The hostel has 35 beds total: six doubles, three triples, four matrimonials and the rest a
  • Napo Wildlife Center
    The Napo Wildlife Center is located on the Napo River and is about two hours by motor canoe from Coca. As jungle lodges go, Napo Wildlife Center is one of the more deluxe. The center boasts 10 cabañas with large, pleasant rooms. Every cabaña has a porch, private bath, ceiling fan, and is well-s
  • Hostería Hakuna Matata
    This private lodge, just 10 kilometers (6 mi) from Tena, rests along the shores of the crystalline Río Inchillaqui. Sensibly located between the Andes and the Amazon, the lodge is free from tropical diseases, providing guests a safe environment to freely explore the 150-hectare (371-ac) tropical p
  • Hostal Limoncocha
    Even though Hostal Limoncocha is somewhat removed from the footbridge and "happening" end of town, it's hard to beat the views. Here you can watch the sunset from a hammock on the patio and fall asleep to all the jungle sounds. The rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable—a really good value
  • Hostal Canela
    There are 12 double, triple and quradruple rooms at the clean and comfy Hostal Canela. They are spacious and have everything a worn out traveler may need, including private bathrooms with hot water, cable TV, telephone access, WiFi and a garage.
  • Hostal el Paisano
    Hostal El Paisano could almost be deemed luxurious for jungle standards. It is located just a block off the Parque Central (central park) and is clean and fresh. The hostel has a very open-air feel about it, with rooms opening onto an outdoor patio. Generally quiet, El Paisano sometimes gets noisy
  • El Albergue Español
    This Spanish-run jungle bunker is situated on a hill overlooking the Río Napo. Views of the river make this location ideal for a village experience. The hostel sleeps 50 people in rooms with private baths, solar-heated hot water, fans, laundry, Internet, parking lot and safes. Stop off on the firs
  • Hotel Sol y Mar
    The Hotel Sol y Mar has 17 rooms, each with a jacuzzi, a private balcony and stunning sea view. Each room is spacious, immaculate, and secure, and comes with air conditioning and a bar. A small deck with picnic tables serves as a great resting or meeting area, with views of the nearby Academy Bay.
  • Grand Hotel Lobo del Mar
    The Grand Hotel Lobo del Mar may be â??grandâ? in terms of size, due to its recent four-story addition, but it is nowhere near grand in terms of service, despite the variety of activities it coordinates. The hotel has a day-boat and a cruise-boat and it also has partnerships with a variety of d
  • Pension Gloria
    Pension Gloria is the best option for the backpacker who has overstayed his welcome and overspent his budget. It is the least expensiveâ??and least frillyâ??place to stay in the Galápagos, at $10 per person per day (you may get them as low as $5 per person if you stay for five or more days). Ther
  • Hotel Silberstein
    The Hotel Silberstein, formerly known as the Hotel Angermeyer, is a modern, intimate, and beautifully-landscaped hotel. It has 22 clean, romantic rooms, each containing private hot bath, ceiling fan and air-conditioning, and a view toward the lush courtyard/swimming pool area. There are 11 matrimon
  • Cabañas del Valle
    The Cabañas del Valle, just on the outskirts of Macas, are ideal for groups, large families or events. The nine functional cabins, all with private bathrooms, hot water and TVs, can accommodate between three and six people. Choose carefully, though, since the mattresses range from spongy to hard;
  • Kapawi Lodge
    Kapawi, one of the more socially responsible and well-known eco-lodges, was founded in 1993 to help the Achuar people, who live in the surrounding area. For years, the lodge was operated by the Achuar people with the aid of outside hotel experts, but on January 1, 2008, total ownership and responsi
  • Red Mangrove Adventure Inn
    The Red Mangrove Adventure Inn is one of Puerto Ayora's better hotels. Each room is clean, comfortable, and equipped with private hot bath and ceiling fan. There is also a small pool, a meeting area with plush tables and chairs, a common room with television, and plenty of hammocks for lounging. The
  • Buenos Aires Hotel de Diseño
    Internal Services included in the rate: -Breakfast in the Design Club without time limit -Welcome Drink -Computer with Internet access -High Speed Internet connection in the rooms -Internet Wireless in Public Areas -Safe Box with laptop capacity -Individual air conditioning-healthy system -Direct te
  • Matices de Buenos Aires
    Matices provides fully furnished and equipped apartments for rent in Buenos Aires. All are located within the most popular touristy areas in Buenos Aires: Recoleta, Centro (near the Obelisco), and Plaza San Martín. All services are included in the price. No Commission. No administrative charges.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 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
  • 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
  • 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-
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 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
  • 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.
  • 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 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Hotel los Balcones de Badillo
    If you're seeking a great alternative to often-booked Hotel Tres Banderas in San Diego, look no further than Balcones de Badillo. With a dozen white balconies overseeing the activity of the streets below, this is a great place to relax and people-watch. This hotel might look a bit shabby and maze-l
  • El Marqués Hotel Boutique
    Walking through the threshold of this sturdy 17th century colonial house into the central courtyard, complete with palm trees, comfortable patio seating and fountain, is like shedding skin. El Marqués does an impeccable job of providing quality accommodations in the best location possible on the
  • Portal de San Diego
    A lovely white hotel in a central location between El Centro and San Diego, Portal de San Diego has eleven quaint rooms around a pleasant courtyard. The modern design of the place, from the clean, white stairwell up to the lobby on the second floor to the stylish paintings and decorations in the c
  • Hotel El Viajero
    Talk about great location for a decent price, Hotel El Viajero is one of the few hotels in El Centro that you will find under $50 per night. This is an 18-room hotel with basic rooms â?? some with air conditioning, all with cold showers. El Viajero has been around long enough to know how to keep
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Veruska

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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Hotel Kilton
    A good upper tier hotel option that is centrally located while maintaining a small and personal feel. Doubles, triples, quadruples and larger apartments are light and well kept, with private bathrooms, cable TV, telephones and central heating. A pretty and simply decorated lounge area and large open
  • Hotel Edelweiss
    A well-located upscale hotel in Bariloche center with classic to superior rooms reminiscent of a standard International chain hotel, but pricier. Elevators lead to rooms that are nice but nothing special, some have pretty lake views that may make up for the hotel's higher rates- they don't cost more
  • Hosteria La Pastorella
    A very European Bed & Breakfast located in a quiet residential area just up the hill from town. Stepping into the golden-lit lobby adorned with French décor, one could forget altogether they weren't coming in from a day in the Alps. Charming doubles, Triples, quadruples and a few small apartment su
  • Correntoso Lake and River Resort
    Correntos Lake and River Hotel is a piece of Villa La Angostura history. The growth of the town was actually centered around the expansion of the hotel. Originally built by Don Primo, an important Italian pioneer, the more guests that desired to stay in the Correntoso the more wished to move and mak
  • Cumbres Blancas
    Touted as the nicest accommodations in Esquel, Hosteria Cumbres Blancas has a great location for skiers and excellent restaurant to its benefit, too. The well-built building was constructed with the local flare of working with log and stone. The Cumbre Suite has two bedrooms, a living room, enclosed
  • Hosteria Le Lac
    This beautiful new inn just opened and is located in front of Nahuel Haupi Lake with panoramic views of the lake and Andes mountains. There are 8 elegent and spacious rooms. It is located just a mile from the city center and shops.
  • Hostería El Ciervo Rojo
    Nicely remodeled former Italian boarding house that resembles a traditional woody mountain lodge, with modern comforts and the convenience of being located near the city center. Comfortable carpeted rooms have cable TV, private baths and large windows, some overlooking lake Nahuel Huapi (though the
  • Slalom Hotel
    The recently remodeled Slalom hotel, a few blocks up the hill from town, claims to cater to an outdoorsy crowd and families but looks more like a scene for business folk. Rooms have all the general amenities of a three-star place and are clean and comfortable but there are no special or local accen
  • Cabañas Las Rosas
    Fully equipped cabins for up to 6 persons. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms. Run all year round. Three units with lake view and 4 with mountain and garden views. Daily maid room service (cabin cleaning and dish washing). Steps from Lake Lácar, 5 minutes walk to downtown, in the best residential area of
  • Arco Iris Cabins
    The Arco Iris Cabins are framed by impressive mountains, and there is a large yard with gardens, grill and a stream. You can fly fish for trout or ski in Chapelco, and there is good access to the forest and Parque Nacional Lanin.
  • Hotel Tunquelén
    Set on amazing grounds, Hotel Tunquelén is an example of the classy luxuriousness that was bestowed upon Bariloche architecture in the late 1930s. Although it is still a property that has glamor and prestige, it is not as well kept as its yesteryear. The grounds are extensive and include a long win
  • Gran Hotel Panamericano
    Although technically a part of the Panamerican hotel chain, this 3-star is rated as it should be. The building is nice and large, rooms are clean and the service is up to par. During slow seasons the place can be absolutely dead, which is nice if you want an entire hotel to yourself. It's a great lo
  • Hotel Carlos V
    A classy three-star hotel with 25 years in the business, Carlos V is two blocks from Bariloche center and three blocks from the lake, and is sleek and elegant while maintaining local charm. Single, double, triple and four/five person apartments all with spotless private baths are modern and comforta
  • El Casco Art Hotel
    El Casco Arte Hotel is, as its name describes, an art hotel. The common areas, restaurant and rooms are filled with 300 colorful, entrancing and poignant paintings. More than 40 sculptures by renowned Argentine artists ordain the hotel gardens. The common area is outfitted with a classical pianist
  • Amancay Hotel
    The Amancay Hotel is about as nice an accommodation as one can find in El Bolsón. The rooms are clean, reasonably spacious and comfortable. The location is very cnetral, just a few blocks from the artisan fair, with many restaurants and bars nearby. The staff is helpful and welcoming. The breakfast
  • Cabañas La Montaña
    In the Bolson, Patagonia these beautiful cabins can be found.
  • Albergue y Camping Lago del Desierto
    Albergue y Camping Lago del Desierto is a good option for shoestring travelers. This large house has four-bed dorms with shared baths and six-bed dorms with private facilities. All seem clean enough. If you've got a tent you can camp outside and use the shared baths. All guests have access to the ki
  • Albergue Hostel Pioneros del Valle
    This gleaming new medium-sized backpackers hostel has six-bed dorms with private bath and lockers. The large, sunny kitchen/dining area merges with the common area, which has cable TV and free Internet. Hostel Pioneros del Valle is located right behind the Cal-Tur bus company office and is affiliate
  • Rancho Grande Hostel
    Rancho Grande is perhaps the largest backpackers' hostel in El Chaltén. It features a restaurant-bar and offers free movies every night, which are open to the public as well. Dorm rooms are worn and sparse with bunk beds and built-in locker nooks. The common kitchen is small and basic. Internet is
  • Hostal del Glaciar Libertador
    Hostal del Glaciar Libertador is a three-story, neo-Gothic-styled house on El Calafate's main street. Inside, the hostel has two courtyards. The front one has the reception and common room, surrounded by upper-level balconies with sitting and writing nooks. The accomodations are around the narrow b
  • America del Sur Hostel
    The first thing you'll notice about Hostal America del Sur is the mountain of hiking boots piled at the door. Yes, this place has a shoes-off policy, but not to worry, the heated floors will keep your feet toasty warm. The hostel, which is a seven-minute walk from Downtown, is a welcoming place fo
  • I Keu Ken Hostel
    I Keu Ken Hostel touts itself as a traveler's home away from home, a place to rest after a long stint on the road. This pleasant inn is in a quiet part of town, away from the bustle of the center and has tremendous views of Lago Argentino. The four-bed dorms a
  • Colonial
    A mid-range hotel, the Colonial offers clean, simply furnished rooms with cable TV to visitors coming to Río Gallegos. Some share a common bath and others have private water closets (though no singles in this class). Double rooms are with two beds or a cama matrimonial. During the chill Patagonian
  • Hotel Covadonga
    Hotel Covadonga has hosted Río Gallegos visitors for several generations. The lobby of this venerable hotel is hung with photographs of its almost-century-long life. As to be expected in a hostel from that era, the well-decorated guest accommodations are spacious. Modern conveniences, like private
  • La Casona del Camino Real
    La Casona del Camino Real is an elegant, rustic style Hotel near San Salvador de Jujuy, in the exclusive village of Yala. Its rooms, decorated with an exquisite attention to detail, feature central heating, ceiling fan, color cable TV, safe deposit box, hair dryer and spectacular views of the carefu
  • El Viejo Algarrobo
    Comfort abounds in this hospedaje and café just behind the church. From its warm yellow adobe façade to the cheery red of its tiled floors, Algarrobo is pretty, quaint, and inviting. The tiny but comfortable café/reception area is a pleasant place to enjoy breakfast, an afternoon pick-me-up, or
  • Del Arriero Cabañas
    Fully equipped cabanas by the lake of La Falda, Córdoba, Argentina. Features a pool, a sun porch, heating and ceiling fans, panoramic vistas, a park, breakfast, and anything else you may need for a great vacation. The cabanas are open all year round, and you will be personally attended to by the o
  • Las Majas
    Las Majas, is smalll village-resort placed on a hillcrest with a unique panoramic view of a lake, vegetation and hills. It is 40km by car from Córdoba city airport and 1 hour by plane from Buenos Aires. It is a place for relaxing nature and energy adventures. You can visit the Jesuit Route and also
  • Hotel Patagonia
    Hotel Patagonia is a modern, urban hotel in the heart of Río Gallegos. The spacious, glass-walled lobby is decorated with sleek, plush furnishings. Hotel Patagonia has all the services any type of discerning traveler needs, from equipped meeting rooms for the business people to babysitting services
  • La Casona
    In an old, dark-red tin house down near the seaside is comfortable La Casona. This inn has six rooms, all with TV and heater. Those chambers in the front have a bayview. Fix a light meal and hot drink in the kitchen before curling up for a quiet evening in the homey sitting room. La Casona is the ol
  • Hotel Bahía
    Hotel Bahía is a modern hotel. On the outside its plain brick is accented by a large green bow window. On the indise of this inn, a large and airy lobby greets guests. A winter garden brightens drab winter days. Simple lines flow throughout the hotel, into the 22 rooms and two suites. These spaciou
  • Hotel Caupolicán
    Located in the center of all of the action, Hotel Caupolicán is a great place for those that want a lively San Martín vacation. Although it is obvious that the hotel has been around for awhile, it is still a clean, decently priced place to stay. The employees are welcoming, knowledgeable and help
  • Hotel Rosa de los Viajes
    Hotel Rosa de los Viajes is a well-constructed hotel located in the center of San Martín. The detailed wood work and fresh interior make it a welcoming place to stay while on vacation. Its location, a few blocks of the central San Martín square, is perfect for those that want to be close to the la
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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...
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Hotel Real Audiencia
    Hotel Real Audiencia feels like a resort hotel in the middle of the city. There are some massive rooms here with lots of furniture and big beds. Some of the quarters have been neglected in the maintenance department though - pick your room carefully. The overall design is a bit strange, an ad hoc m
  • La Pergola Hostel
    For the hostel connoisseur, seeking a mellow atmosphere and good people, it is worth making a short trip to the coast just to hang out at La Pergola. Opened in December 2007 by young husband and wife team Eduardo and Florencia, the 1920s era home has been deemed a historical cultural patrimony and h
  • Hostal de Areco
    Homey and clean, the Hostal de Areco offers rooms that are neat, if unexceptional. It features a large orange tiled sitting room with numerous red and green couches and chairs, a large fireplace, pink walls, and a décor that feels like an aunt's house. Breakfast is served each morning in the sitt
  • Hosteria Bella Vista
    For those looking for a quiet spot away from the city, the Bella Vista is conveniently situated just five kilometers away from Ushuaia's downtown and four kilometers from the Malvinas International Airport. There are great views of the Beagle Channel. The hotel boasts 10 private rooms (of these, tw
  • Estancia Despedida
    Situated in the Province of Tierra del Fuego - Argentina between the border of Chile and the city of Rio Grande stands this early 1900 farm and its outbuildings. The name "Despedida" (farewell) was earned as owner Mr. Jose Menedez said good-bye to one of his sons who was traveling to Australia to l
  • Hosteria Las Lucarnas
    In an attempt to offer travelers a home away from home, Las Lucarnas is a great place to stay for those looking to be in the center of San Martín. The ten rooms and apartment offered are clean, basic and only for those over 18 years of age. Another aspect to the hosteria is that they allow pets, s
  • Residencial Uno
    In the heart of Puerto Iguazú, just two blocks from the bus station and downtown Iguazu, Residencial Uno offers a warm and comfortable environment that allows you to experience one of nature's beauties: The Iguazu Falls.Single, double, triple and quad rooms with air conditioner, private bathrooms
  • Hotel San Carlos
    With a swimming pool and air conditioning, Hotel San Carlos is a comfortable choice for an Areco hotel. You'll know it from its brick red exterior, grassy lawn, and flowerpots. The rooms are less striking, but adequate, and the apartments are the nicest. All the beds can be fastened together into
  • Hotel Los Abuelos
    Directly across the street from the San Carlos, the brick and white Los Abuelos also features a swimming pool and air conditioning, but is distinctly less friendly. The swimming pool sits on the side of the parking lot, with no surrounding grass. Rooms, however, are very cute and nicely decorated
  • Hotel Kolping
    Hotel Kolping offers 27 rooms set around green landscaped gardens with great views of the surrounding area. The rooms are bright and inviting and most have windows overlooking the city. Hotel Kolping also has two apartments, which have a modern open plan design but still feel homey. Facilities incl
  • La Posada Hostal
    Housed in a restored colonial house, La Posada offers rooms with all the modern comforts that you will need, but which still manage to retain a rustic charm. The bathrooms are big, with good showers, and the quarters are bright and have solid wooden beds with good mattresses. The rooms on the top f
  • Hostal Leyenda
    Charming Hostal Leyenda, on the shores of Lago Titicaca, offers a great view of the lake, and you can hear the surf and seagulls late at night. The hostel itself has a unique, beach-gothic design, with cobblestone paths cutting through an elegant garden in the front. The rooms are clean, spacious
  • Estrella Andina Hostal
    This pleasant little hostal has everything a tired traveler might need. Warm showers, clean, comfortable beds, cable TV, lounging areas, a nice breakfast buffet to get the day started right, friendly staff, and most notably, fun, Bolivian paintings on every wall possible.
  • Hotel Cruz de Popayan, Sucre
    The Hotel Cruz de Popayan is a beautiful and romantic 17th century old colonial house. The hostel is a partner of Bolivia Hostels & Hotels and is located in the city centre of Sucre, capital city of Bolivia. The hostel has private rooms, private bathroom with hot shower, washbasin and toilet, satell
  • Hotel Eden
    For the past couple of years, optimistic guidebooks have included Hotel Eden in their Oruro accommodations options with the hope of it being open "at the time of publication"... and V!VA is no different. This ultra-modern, green glass hotel is now fully built, complete with multi-story elevator vi
  • A la maison
    Nice appartment hotel in the heart of La Paz, great service by French owner Ludovic.
  • 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
  • Casita Llao Llao
    Casita Llao Llao has two separate studio houses and offers views looking over Lago Nahuel Huapi, Isla Victoria, Villa La Angostura and the 50-kilometer (31-mi) stretch into the Chilean Andes. The houses are equipped with everything a home should have, including WiFi. The management company is on-pr
  • Hospedaje Las Rosas
    The owners may be lax in their cleaning regimen, and the guests-to-bathroom ratio is not what it could be, but at $6.50 a night, this centrally located hospedaje has a lot going for it: decent-sized, comfortable rooms with cable TV, some of which even have views of the coastline. Guests can also use
  • 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
  • Alojamiento O'Higgins
    In a quiet residential area but close to the main attractions, Alojamiento O'Higgins is a clean, tenderly cared for old house with a quiet, comfortable feel. The furnishings are dated, and the beds may sag a bit in the middle, but visitors will appreciate the sea view from the second-floor commons r
  • Hospedaje n/n
    Just a half block up a slight hill from Ancud's downtown market, this hospedaje unfortunately does not live up to its location. This stuffy, overly warm house has one shared bathroom each for men and women- from which you will be a staircase and several turns away if you get a second-floor room. Br
  • 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
  • Hostal Lluhay
    With a welcome sign that has “B&B” translated into some 60 languages, Hostal LLuhay is nothing if not ambitious. The 20 well-appointed rooms, ranging from singles to mini-apartments (all with private bathrooms), are comfortable but unspectacular. Where Hostal Lluhay really shines is in its
  • Hostal San José
    Clean, homey, and with a view of Ancud from its hilltop location, Hostal San José is a solid budget option. A 10- or 15-minute walk from downtown in one direction, with the bus terminal in the other, San José is convenient for those who want access to both, though noise does travel between the hou
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Hostal Costa Azul
    Sunny, spacious and clean, Costa Azul is a solid mid-range option for couples or groups of travelers looking for more than a regular hospedaje. All rooms (none of them singles) have a private bathrooms and cable TVs, and parking is available on-site. The hotel provides breakfast for an extra $3.50,
  • Hostal Quelcun
    Down a narrow corridor from busy San Martín, Quelcun has tranquility and charm—from the tree-lined courtyard to the carefully chosen local artwork gracing the walls. The husband-and-wife owners, Susana and Juan Carlos, will take good care of you, and you may even get to sample some of Susana's
  • 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 El Llano
    Located a half-block from the obelisk in Plazuela Almeida, the Hotel El Llano is one of Pamplona's cheapest inns promising an ambiente familiar, or family atmosphere. Most of the small, brick-block rooms have windows facing onto the central patio. The better habitaciones and common bath are on the
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Decalodge Ticuna
    The Ticuna had always been one of Leticia's premier hotels. Since Decameron has taken it over, it has blossomed into a spectacular lodge. Open the door to a bungalow and you enter another world. The anteroom has a hammock where you can take your siesta, as well as cane chairs. Beyond is the bedroom
  • 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
  • Backpackers Hostel
    Busy and popular is the best way to describe Backpackers Hostel. Located just a block from Cavancha Beach, this is the preferred hotel for travelers of all ages. Like other Hosteling International members, Backpackers is equipped with common areas, a kitchen and a BBQ area. As well, it has some extr
  • 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,
  • Cabañas Candelaria
    Cabañas Candelaria is a fantastic budget option on the outskirts of San Pedro. The owners are a friendly couple who will introduce you to their dog Pon-Pon, and set you up in a comfortable bed in a dorm-style room. There is an on-site kitchen, shared showers with too hot water and a nice outdoor ar
  • Hostal Cali
    Hostal Cali is one of Putre's cheaper hotels. It has a spare feeling to it, with rooms along a narrow back patio which doubles as a parking space at night. Rooms are comfortably furnished for two or more persons. All bathrooms have on-demand hot water. Just ask doña Yolanda to light the heater. Com
  • Hostal Maria Casa
    A small family-run hostel just a few blocks from the main bus terminal, Hostal Maria Casa is a quiet, charming, and inexpensive place to spend the night in La Serena. If you're looking for lots of creature comforts or to be at the center of the city's nightlife, this is not the place to come. The si
  • El Punto Hostal
    Hostal El Punto has a great locationâ??halfway between the bus station and the central plazaâ??and its popularity among backpackers makes it a good place to meet fellow young travelers. The hostel is German-run and consists of several small dorms and private rooms, three shared bathrooms, a large
  • Lamas Hostal
    Lamas Hostel is a hostel/guest house, located in downtown Arica near the Arica hospital and business area of the city, one block south of the major street of Arica, 21 Mayo, a pedestrian street. The city on in the border with Peru and Bolivia. Lamas hostel has 22 rooms with private bathroom, cable
  • 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
  • Piedra Piedra
    Perched atop a rocky bluff that looks out onto the Pacific Ocean, Piedra Piedra has a stunning location. With a capacity for 17 people in its four rooms, the owners at Piedra Piedra are insistent on keeping their operation small to safeguard the natural beauty of the area. Available tours include s
  • Morromico
    With four rooms that sleep a maximum of 12 people in total, Morromico Hotel is definitely a quiet place to kick back and enjoy what Chocó has to offer. The emphasis is on harmonyâ??with nature, with one another and with the other guests. Ample communal areas for relaxing means you will make
  • Residencial Cero a Cero
    Residencial Cero a Cero is a clean, warm place to rest. The original part of this rambling inn is an old log house. The rooms are spacious with comfortable beds, TV and a luxury rarely seen in Southern Chile: their own heaters. Both the common and private baths have plenty of hot water. Breakfast is
  • Mesón del Cuchicute
    As one of San Gil's finest hotels, Mesón del Cuchicute is still remarkably affordable. A country-club-styled inn with park-like grounds, the Mesón has all the comforts that make up a luxury vacation: swimming pool, playground, Jacuzzi, sauna, gymnasium and game room. The brick-floored rooms are a
  • El Cantil
    El Cantil is located right next door to the Pijiba Lodge. The lodge's seven cabins each sleep up to six people. Rooms are self-contained, independent units, spread evenly apart on the hillside, ensuring that each has a sea view and a bit of privacy. All deals include three meals and transportation
  • Hospedaje La Sureña
    Hospedaje La Sureña is a small inn run by a just as diminutive widow. But the lady of the house is big on welcoming guests to the clean rooms. Most are shared, though there are only a few singles. She also lets travelers pitch a tent in the yard. Beneath the trees are tables where you can eat or ca
  • Pijiba Lodge
    Pijiba Lodge is hands down the most environmentally friendly lodge on this stretch of coast. In fact, it won an award from Conservation International. The lodge's three cabañas are each split into two rooms, and there is some overflow accommodation. The maximum occupancy in the lodge is 18. Each r
  • 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
  • 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
  • Palafito Hostel
    Stylishly minimalist, and suspended over the water by a grid of wooden poles (hence the name), Palafito Hostel attracts a young, alternative crowd, who are attracted to the lack of TVs and prefer to spend the evening grilling on the deck and watching fishermen haul in their catches. You won't be for
  • La Tour D'Argent
    Located in the center of Esquel, La Tour D'Argent is perfect for those looking to be in close walking distance to clubs, bars and restaurants. The interior of the hotel is basic and has a mild sense of wear and tear but is clean. The staff is welcoming and helpful. They will help with finding reaso
  • 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
  • J&L
    J&L is a shared apartment in the heart of BA, next to Plaza San Martin and Florida Pedestrian, probably one of the most strategic locations in town. It has 1 bedroom for rent, and the guest has access to the livingroom, dinning room, fully equiped kitchen and bathroom with weekly maid service.
  • Yaganhouse

    The Yagan House hostel is located in Puerto Natales's downtown, Chile.

    This new hostel was opened to provide a safe cozy place for all types of travelers. Air conditioned and designed for your best confort, relaxation and entertainment...

  • Kayuusipaa
    Many moons ago, Doña Conchita opened up one of the very first inns in Cabo de la Velaâ??and it is still known as it has been all this time: Donde Conchita. She is a bit of a legend, known to spend evenings teaching the legends and ways of her people. In rustic cabañas, her guests sleep in hammoc
  • 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
  • Restaurant Rosita
    Doña Rosita is just one of the dozens of restaurants along the south side of the bay as you enter Cabo de la Vela that also rents hammock space. On the beach across from her establishment are three enramadas where you can pass the night in the cooler air, or pitch a tent. Behind the restaurant, in
  • 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
  • Just BA
    Just BA offers apartments to rent for those seeking longer term accomadation. The website lists the apartments in no particular order and the prices are probably out of the range for the typical backpacker. However if you have the cash or are planning on sharing an apartment with a couple of other
  • Bariloche Vacation Rental
    A property management company servicing the kilometers of Bustillo near the Llao Llao area, Bariloche Vacation Rental (or BVR) prides themselves with offering their clients the very best at reasonable prices. It is their motto to make sure their customers have the best vacation possible and will hel
  • Apartments 41 Below
    This 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment in downtown Bariloche offers comfortable living and dining areas, and boasts a large sun-filled living room with spectacular views of Nahuel Huapi Lake.
  • Villa Llao Llao Rentals
    Villa Llao Llao is a network of three cabins across the street from the lake and two accommodations at Lake Nahuel Huapi's shore. All of the places have 270 degree views of the Codillera, Andes, Lake Nahuel Huapi, Villa La Angostura and Chile. All rentals are located a few miles from the Llao Llao H
  • El Chalten
    One of many cabin complexes when entering Esquel, El Chalten offers a great option for those with children or small budget. There are various sizes of cabins, accommodating up to eight people. The houses are fenced in with a private drive-way and plenty of parking. There is a landscaped yard, bbq fo
  • Cabañas Forestas
    For those wanting easy access to the ski area La Hoya, Cabañas Forestas is a good option. Located on the main route 259 coming into the city, the place is a great location for those looking to hitchhike to the mountain. The grounds are very basic and the cabins have seen their better days but the p
  • Buenos Aires Habitat - Furnished Apartment Rentals
    We offer temporary rent of fully furnished apartments. Whether you are traveling for a 3 days holiday or relocating to Buenos Aires, we can assist you to find the apartment that suits you. Our apartments are located in the best and safest locations of Buenos Aires such us Recoleta, Palermo and Puert
  • EnjoyingBA
    EnjoyingBA is a rental apartment company in Buenos Aires. All are carefully selected to let you have a great experience in our City. Mosty are locted in Recoleta, San Martin Sq and Palermo Soho We offer a Concierge Manager service 24 hours because our mission is for you to live in Buenos Aires lik
  • Las Lumas Cabañas
    Located in Villa Ayelén, Las Lumas is a cute colony of four cabins set within a gated, landscaped yard. The houses, which vary in size, are strongly built and withstand the strong Patagonian winds well. The houses are nicely decorated and clean. A nice bonus: daily maid service is included in the v
  • 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
  • Casa Toscano
    Casa Toscano offers apartment-style accommodations for executives and tourists visiting Cali. Located on a quiet side street in the peaceful neighborhood Centenario, guests enjoy the privacy and comfort of ample suites. There are eight tastefully decorated suites with wicker furniture and ceramic
  • Bed and Breakfast Santa Cecilia
    If you want the atmosphere of staying with a family but also want the freedom to come and go as you please, then this is the perfect place. On a beautiful street away from the hustle and bustle of the centre, Bed and Breakfast Santa Cecilia has bright shared and private rooms with good beds, new be
  • Refugio Península
    At the foot of the peninsula, about two blocks from Pucón's main plaza, is Refugio Península. This Hostelling International member is truly a refuge, with large rooms and clean baths. The shady yard has many places to sit and relax, or share a barbecue with new-found friends. Hammocks hang along t
  • 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
  • La Posada del Embrujo
    The owner-operators of this hostel spin a spell upon all travelers: 2may the fire of the volcano, the rain that cleanses, the force of the winds, the shelter of the forest lead you on the path to the warmth of La Posada del Embrujo.” Indeed, this inn enchants. A giant dream catcher hangs above
  • Aca al Sur
    Located just off the main drag, Aca al Sur is a modern, spacious hostería. The staff is friendly and helpful. The lobby and rooms are decorated with colorful paintings and imaginative sculptures, and have high ceilings. The rooms are clean, fresh and inviting. The location is convenient for easy re
  • Bungalows Buena Vista
    Bungalows Buena Vista is a series of two bedroom/two bath cabañas that look out over Lake Nahuel Huapi towards Isla Victoria. The construction and detail to the rooms is exceptional. There is a pool and play area for kids that also enjoys views of the water, Island Victoria and Andes Mountains. Th
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Wasi Masi
    Wasi Masi is a family-run guesthouse with a subtle Japanese twist to the rooms that provides beds for Bs50 per person - including a good breakfast. The owners at Wasi Masi are lovely and will make you feel very welcome. There's a small kitchen you can use but it's shared with the family. The on-suit
  • Poncho Huasi Posada
    Poncho Huasi B&B is an old colonial house in the countryside near Salta. Owner Alicia is a local and her husband Nick is from the U.K. They will help arrange trips for small groups with English-speaking guides and can pick you up at the bus station or airport—just let them know when you're goi
  • 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
  • San Agustín Internacional Hotel
    So, you and your family are finally taking your dream vacation to Colombia and decide to visit the magical realm of San Agustín. Add more to the enchantment by staying at San Agustín Internacional Hotel. This is not exactly your run-of-the-mill hotel. These are dream houses set in estate-like gro
  • 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.
  • Albergue Latino
    Just a five-minute walk from the Plaza de la República is a gaily painted old German manor. This is Albergue Latino, a young backpackers' guest house on the shore road. Nearby are the Conservatory of Music and other arts departments of the university. Two large dorms share gender-designated baths.
  • Hostal Colon 220
    This German-owned guesthouse offers budget rooms around a small courtyard. The rooms are a little worn but contain a wardrobe, bed-side table with lamp and a chair and are carpeted throughout. There are also self-catering facilities that you can use. Hostal Colon 220 is popular with local visitors
  • Hostal Don Juan
    Hostal Don Juan is a pleasant surprise in Villarrica. This modern inn has spacious, well-decorated rooms, with shared or private bath. The fully equipped kitchen is ready for guests' use, as is the free internet. Out back are more rooms, log cabañas for two to eight persons and a nice patio
  • Casa Mawenko
    Casa Mawenko is an adorable hostel perfect for young travelers looking for budget accommodation. The owners, who speak English, have put their heart and soul into the multiple rooms, giving it an artsy, eclectic appeal. Casa Mawenko is more like staying at a good friend's house than a hostel. The o
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Casa Kiwi
    The Casa Kiwi has become a travelers' institution in Medellín, especially when you only have to walk five blocks downhill to get to the buzzing nightlife area of Parque Lleras. The hostel has dorm rooms, luxury dorm rooms, private rooms and other rooms in a newer wing. In addition to a big screen
  • The Blacksheep Hostal
    This New Zealand-owned party hostel is an excellent choice for travelers looking for a laid back, social atmosphere. Room options include four-, six- and eight-bed dorms as well as private rooms with both en-suite and shared bathrooms. The owner, Kelvin, knows a great deal about all things Colombia
  • Hostal Portón de Provenza
    Hostal Portón de Provenza has a new feel about it, probably because the owners take great care of their investment. The management's major desire is to take care of their patrons, so the rooms (private and dorms) are spotless, the communal areas are well kept and, in short, the place is spic-and-s
  • La Posada Familiar
    A small, family-run inn, La Posada Familiar has six rooms with extra touches. The quarters are simply decorated, but come with a ceiling fan, stocked mini-fridge (extra charge for what you consume) and cable TV with a remote control. The private baths are gleaming white, with room-temperature water
  • Calidad House
    The Calidad House has eight simple but comfortable rooms, including three- and four-bed dormitories. Private rooms sleep between one and three people, and vary in quality. All bathrooms throughout the hostel are shared and hot water is hard to come by. However, the location at the heart of the excl
  • Iguana
    Boasting to be the destination of choice for all backpackers passing through Cali, the Iguana is a great place to settle down and spend a few days. Dorm rooms and communal areas are the name of the game here, not forgetting that this place is located in the one of the choicest neighborhoods of Cali
  • Sabor I Arte
    With four rooms and a suite set apart in a different building, the hostel Sabor I Arte is an artist's concept of how a guesthouse should be run. The rooms are named after fruits, and the owner prepares meals while you sit and relax in the tranquil settings of a colonial house in the barrio San Anto
  • Estanco Oficial Residencias
    The cheapest place to stay in Coconuco is Estanco Oficial Residencias: Official Liquor Store Inn. In the front is where the locals and tourists hang to have a drink (especially popular on weekends and holidays). Beyond another door, along one side of the back courtyard, are the rooms to let. During
  • Residencias Cubita
    This small, four-room hotel is simple and plain, but the rooms are large, each with two beds. A few potted plants brighten up the patio. The common baths are cleanâ??but brace yourself for the cold-water shower. Extra blankets are available for those nights when it gets frigid. The owne
  • Hostal Santa Rita
    A delightful place for families or for those just passing through, the Santa Rita is located in northern Cali, one block from the river of the same name in a colonial-style house dating back to 1945. The seven rooms are immaculate and have private bathrooms, hot water, air conditioning, Internet and
  • Casa Aguacanela
    Run by the delightful Esperanza, the Casa Aguacanela is a true home away from home in the safe residential area of Miraflores. The guesthouse has three rooms; two rooms are dormitories with three beds each and the last room is a private double. Limited sleeping capacity makes this a calm retrea
  • casa club la reina
    This hostel is located in a quiet residential sector, close to buses, supermarkets, banks and restaurants.
  • Hotel Pass Home
    Located seven blocks from the bus terminal and five from the historic center, Hotel Pass Home is a convenient place to stay in Popayán. It is a bare-bones inn, with white walls and small, cot-like beds. All rooms have television and spic-and-span bathrooms with hot water shower. There is a laun
  • Hotel Boston
    For journeyers on a tight budget, the Hotel Boston is one of several good options in the inexpensive sector of the city. As price is charged by bed, not per person, it is especially appealing: the rooms with shared bathroom cost only $4.20 whether you are a sole traveler or a couple. There is only o
  • Hotel Casa de Nelly
    Since the mid-1980s, French-owned Casa de Nelly has provided fine cabañas amidst a beautiful forest. Cats and dogs stroll through the terraced gardens and aviary. Nice touches abound in the sharply decorated, rattan-furnished rooms whose walls are painted with murals. Cabañas have a sitting area f
  • Hospedaje El Jardín Casa Colonial
    The Muñoz family opens the doors of its home in this well-preserved colonial house on a quiet side street in San Agustín village. The first thing that strikes you is the restaurant patio, full of hammocks, potted plants, stone replicas of Augustinian statues, a fireplace and aviary. The rooms are
  • Hospedaje Barú
    Another possible budget traveler choice, the Hospedaje Barú has three patios, as is typical with old architectural style. The first two have seating areas filled with plants and tables; the back, the former service courtyard, is where you can do your laundry. All three are surrounded by rooms, some
  • The Pelican Larry Hostel
    A modern backpacker hostel with a social vibe, Pelican Larry is located just five minutes from the Zona Rosa bars. Facilities include hot showers, comfy beds, nice computers, a well-stocked kitchen, a sundeck and a BBQ. The hostel's twice weekly BBQs are a bit hit, and its TV room with a good selec
  • Posada Villa Antillana
    Villa Antillana is an old house from the XIX century immersed within the pretty village of San Miguel de Río Caribe (1713). Its structure still represents the Antillean-Republican which defined the region's architechture in the past, and it keeps its doors wide open to welcome everyone who want
  • MAHATU
    This hostel is deep in the Amazon jungle, and offers its guests an exotic garden with an Indian maloka hut, a guest kitchen, bicycles, computer access and reliable information about the Amazon.
  • Mochileros
    Mochileros, a European-style backpackers hostel, is a wonderful idea that has come to Leticia—and gone. With once-splendid facilities, including common rooms with book exchange and board games, a common kitchen, laundry area and rooftop terrace, this inn has everything a budget traveler would w
  • Casa Campesina / El Solar Camping
    Casa Campesina is a very homey place near the corner of the main plaza. Owner Martha de León has become the surrogate mother of younger travelers, sitting down over a free tea, coffee or juice for breakfast and listening to their travel tales. The rooms have comfy beds and share the common, hot wa
  • Hospedería Don Paulino
    Don Paulino and doña Olga have established a wonderful inn for visitors to Villa de Leyva. Located on a tranquil street just a few blocks from the Plaza Principal, this hotel has a second-story balcony that offers a great view of the sunset over the valley's hills. The rooms are nicely decorated (
  • Hotel-Restaurante El Viajero
    The Hotel-Restaurante El Viajero is one of the two very inexpensive, very basic hotels right on Málaga's main square, Parque García Rovira. How inexpensive? Only $2.65 per person. How basic? All rooms are dark, with no windows, with thin walls separating them, and share the common, cold-water bat
  • Hostal La Candelaria Bogotá
    This five-star guesthouse has rooms with a bathroom, rooms with shared bathrooms and duplex apartments in a colonial house with a quiet and safe atmosphere.
  • Hotel Cordobés
    A basic hostel run by the amiable older couple, Luis and Irene, with clean rooms that are simply furnishedâ??beds, large table, nightstandâ??but suitable for your Capitanejo stay. All the rooms are around the back patio, just off the kitchen. Don Luis and doña Irene are always ready to invite yo
  • Alto del Águila
    At Alto del Águila you'll find much more than just eagles. Fray Hector has created a tranquil retreat overlooking the Río Loretoyacü. The three cabañas are airy and comfortable. Watch the sunset from the tower, which you'll have to share with two possessive macaws. Evenings are pleasurably s
  • La Sirena Eco Hostel & Retreat Center
    La Sirena Eco-Hostel and Retreat Center is a peaceful getaway located on the Caribbean Sea. Just 30 minutes from Tayrona Park, the hostel's property—which is part of a coconut plantation—has its own beach and fruit trees, and there are also a few rivers within walking distance. Accommoda
  • Hotel Centro Plaza
    A Star of David subtly adorns the sandstone plaque of the entrance to Hotel Centro Plaza. Although, the hostel is very welcoming of all nations and creeds, the plaque announces the hostel's Israeli focus. This hostel has a dorm room furnished with only single beds (no bunks here) and large private
  • Hospedaje Cacique Sugamuxi
    Hospedaje Cacique Sugamuxi is La Candelaria's newest hostel, which opened in early 2008. This hostel is above a restaurant and fruit shop. Many of the rooms are small, but furnished for the traveler who needs to relax and catch-up on journal writing. The common baths are marked by gender. Smoking i
  • Posada Casa Caracola
    Posada Casa Caracola is 100 meters (328 ft) from the main beach of el Yaque, right beside Hotel California. We have 6 nice, clean rooms with air conditioning, refrigerator, bathroom (with hot water), safebox, and patio or balcony with seaview.
  • Casa Blanca Hostel
    Located smack in the middle of the cool new city center of Caliâ??the sector of Santa Monicaâ??you find Casa Blanca Hostel. Within minutes on foot from the hostel, travelers can find shopping centers, supermarkets, banks, restaurants, bars and salsa lessons. Casa Blanca is a big, new
  • Hotel Internacional
    Many travelersâ??especially young Israelisâ?? check into this hotel. Several stories of rooms, with common or private baths and all with hot water, await the weary journeyer. Some of the first-floor accommodations are better for those who may be less mobile. Budget traveler conveniences, like a c
  • Hospedaje Manguare
    Hospedaje Manguare is an inexpensive option in the heart of Puerto Nariño. It is convenient for exploring the trails and miradores of the area. In this small hostel at the back of her home, Doña Isabel offers simple rooms, some with several beds, sharing a clean common bath. After hiking around,
  • La Casa de Rosa
    Rosa left a few years back, leaving Eugenio and his young family to run this wonderful backpacker retreat on a wooded ground just 50 meters (164 ft) from the beach. Lodging is either camping, a hammock in the enramada (open sided palm-thatch shelter) or front porch of the guesthouse, or a ro
  • Anandamayi Hostel & Hotel
    One of the newest additions to the Candelaria, the Anandamayi Hostel & Hotel has arrived and added much needed substance and style to reasonably priced accommodation in the area. Rambling internal patios lend themselves to idle days spent in hammocks, spacious and meticulously clean dormitories and
  • La Chimba Hostel
    La Chimba Hostel offers a safe and cozy refuge for backpackers. Come to this clean and friendly place for a good night's rest; the beds are remarkably comfortable by hostel standards. Staff members speak English, though some better than others, and will often join guests for a movie in the common ro
  • Ají Hostel (previously Chilli Hostel)
    Only a block from busy Providencia, this converted 1930s house is a surprisingly tranquil hostel. Paintings by local artists decorate the walls, and the original staircase and large wooden doors give the place a classic, dignified atmosphere. The spacious kitchen, comfortable common area and light-f
  • Complejo Cabañas y Apart Antuen Spa de Montaña
    If you are looking to splurge a bit while traveling through San Martín, Complejo Cabañas y Apart Antuen Spa de Montaña is a place to check out. This group of individual cabins nestled in a pristine park offers luxuries such as a hot tub, dry and wet saunas, relaxation room, gym, hydro-massage tub
  • 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
  • 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 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
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Surf Hostal
    Dutchman Marcel Janssen opened this pleasant hostal across the street from Playa Infiernillo in January of 2007, and it does not disappoint. Surf Hostal is away from the noise and crowds but still a short 10-minute walk to popular restaurants on Anibal Pinto. Each room is equipped with feathered pil
  • Hostal Caracol
    Hostal Caracol embodies the charm of the city of Valparaíso: inviting, colorful and essentially one of a kind. Stowed away in a converted turn-of-the-century house high in the hills of the city and close to Neruda's La Sebastiana, this hostel is perfect for the traveler looking for a place that fee
  • Hostal Pilcomayo
    This backpacker's hostel is rough around the edges, but it's an easy place to throw your pack after a long day. Dishes pile up in the shared kitchen, and there's a single bathroom shared by all, but it's not without its charms. The dorms and private rooms are clean, there's a café downstairs (with
  • Casa Aventura
    Casa Aventura has become famous as a hotspot in Valparaíso for hostellers. Tucked inside an ally leading into the labyrinth-like hills of Valparaíso, it's no wonder this place has developed such a following. The hostel, run by a Chilean-German couple, is located in a converted century-old house. I
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 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
  • Residencias San Jorge
    An understated inn tucked among the partying-budget traveler and shadier hotels on Calle 10C, Residencias San Jorge promises a family atmosphere â??and provides it. For more than 30 years Javier and Rosealba have offered the weary journeyer comfortable, safe rooms that surround their back courtyar
  • Hostal Real
    Hostal Real, located just a half-block from Parque del Centenario, has 20 rooms that'll suit your needs. A few rooms have air conditioning and all have private baths with cold water. Although they are a bit dank and the bathrooms tight, they are reasonably comfortable. Hostal Real has an altoget
  • Hospedería Casa Familiar
    Hospedería Casa Familiar has long been a standby for shoestring travelers who don't want the party atmosphere of the other Calle 10C budget hostels. True, it's a bit pricier, but many feel that the security and tranquility is worth the extra few dollars. To help save while spending, there's a comm
  • Tima Uraka Hospedaje
    Now El Rodadero is within reach of the budget traveler's pocketbook. Tima Uraka Hospedaje—The House of the Moon—is a new backpackers' hostel there. The beautiful courtyard garden has hammocks to lounge in. All the rooms are nicely decorated and have TV and private bath. You can use the la
  • Hospedaje 525

    Daniel and Mirta open their home to travelers on a budget. The spacious rooms, with polished wood floors and large windows, have basic furnishings with cable TV and closet. Beds have excellent mattresses and plenty of blankets to keep guests toasty on chilly nights. In the evenin

  • 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
  • Yarina Lodge
    Yarina Lodge is an eco-lodge set in the wilds of the Amazonian jungle near Yasuni National Park, in the zone reserved for indigenous Kichwas. The lodge was started in an attempt to alert both foreigners and Ecuadorians to the cause of environmentalism in the Amazon. The park is now one of the most
  • Hostal Casa Viena
    Hands down the most well-known hostel in Cartagena de Indias, Casa Viena continues to be the first choice for backpackers. It has a helpful tourist desk where patrons and walk-ins alike can plan chiva tours and sailing trips to Panama. With only nine rooms in total, however, this place fills up fa
  • Hostal Mar Azul
    By far the best value in El Centro, Hostal Mar Azul is a colorful little gem on the second floor of a colonial building on Calle de la Moneda. The walls are painted with bright Caribbean colors and the place exudes a happy and sweet vibe. Some of the ten rooms have air conditioning and all have
  • 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
  • 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 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 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 Otavalo, sits Puerto Lago hotel and restaurant. The establishment is an attractive complex of well-manicured lawns, spacious rooms, a
  • Chukitos Hostal
  • The King David Flat Hotel
    The King David Flat Hotel doesn't consider itself a hotel, but rather a classier and comfier collection of "flats." This distinction is exemplified in their motto: "In a hotel you stay, in a flat you live," which points towards their dedication to provide a comfortable experience. All luxury servi
  • Hostal Tambo de Oro
    Just a few steps from the bus terminal, Hostal Tambo de Oro offers clean, basic rooms with shared or private bathroom. All rooms come with cable TV and gas-heated hot water and some of great views over the city. The hotel feels a little run-down but has a pleasant colonial style and there's a w
  • Hotel Europa
    Arguably the best business orientated hotel in central La Paz, Hotel Europa offers 110 rooms over 13 floors, from standard executive accommodation up to conference suites. The hotel also gets a fare amount of tourist traffic and is in a prime location on a quiet street just off the Prado. The rooms
  • Hotel Restaurant Unelem
    In the Mapuche language, "unelem" means "to be the first," and Hotel Unelem was the first hotel in Gaiman. For over 100 years, the family here has been welcoming travelers. The large rooms, off a glassed-in gallery hallway surrounding the garden patio, are comfortable and homey. Each room has an ol
  • "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
  • Hotel Torino
    The ground floor of the infamous Hotel Torino is a maze of corridors and squeaky floorboards, which might make you feel like you're in a scary movie. The rooms are basic and worn and most of them are pretty dark, but contain a minimum of a table, chair and a wardrobe. The communal showers and toile
  • Hotel Eldorado
    Hotel Eldorado is in a great location just down from the Prado in the center of town. They have decent size rooms with comfortable beds, WiFi internet access and good hot showers. The rooms at the front have great views but the rooms at the back are quieter. There's a restaurant serving local and in
  • Garden Hotel
    Garden Hotel is a good mid range choice. Located right in the center of Córdoba´s walkingmall shopping district, it is an option that lets you sleep right in the very heart of old town action. Despite being so centrally located , no motorized vehicles are allowed onto the footmall so the only n
  • Hotel LP Colombus
    A small but super trendy lobby greats you as you enter Hotel LP Columbus. Situated near to the stadium in the residential district of Miraflores, it's not at the centre of the tourist district but the bustle and hustle of La Paz life is right on your doorstep. They offer singles, doubles, tripl
  • Hotel Victoria
    Hotel Victoria has been in business since 1920 and it is located just a few blocks from Córdoba´s walkingmall shopping district. Clean bright rooms with nice bathrooms are standard and an extensive breakfast is complimentary. Most rooms include a balcony which are perfect for watching the world
  • Hostal República
    A great mid-range option centrally located only three blocks from La Paz's Plaza Murillo, Hostal Republica offers a range of rooms (singles, twins, doubles, triples and quadruples) with private or shared bathroom options. Rates range from $10 US per night for a single with shared bathroom to $44 pe
  • Hotel Touring Club
    One hotel has been around in Trelew ever since the railroad opened. Since opening its door in 1895, it has had a variety of names until finally becoming Hotel Touring Club. Over the decades, many famous people have stayed here, including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and Antoine de Saint Exup
  • Hotel Paraná
    Hotel Paraná is a good mid-range option close to the bus terminal. Rooms are comfortable, clean and relatively spacious, and the owners boast of a the hotel's modern ambiance. Cable TV is standard.
  • Tango Hostel
    Tango Hostel is located in Nueva Córdoba right in the middle of the nightlife action. With nice clean rooms, pretty woodwork and great tourist information, Tango is definitely a traveller's favourite. Always full of youthful characters it is a great place to meet other people to hit the town with.
  • The Windsor Hotel and Tower
    The Windsor Hotel and Tower is located right in the center of Viejo Córdoba, and so it has a great location to go along with its great reputation. A nice restaurant and bar operates on the ground floor and standard services include a complimentary full American style breakfast, access to the swimm
  • Córdoba Backpackers
    Córdoba Backpackers is located only two blocks from plaza San Martín and has tons of rooms in its three stories. Free WiFi, a pool table, a bar, free breakfast, a café and a massive library of travel guides and a private climbing wall also make Córdoba Backpackers an attractive choice. It is d
  • Hotel Vaskonia
    Hotel Vaskonia is a basic, moderately priced hotel in the center of Puerto Madryn. This older building has two floors of rooms around a narrow patio. The upper level accommodations are cooler and more worn, but larger than those downstairs. All have private bath and cable TV. Unfortunately, all the
  • Hotel Libertador
    Hotel Libertador, though old-fashioned and past-due for some remodeling and redecorating (think retro mustard-yellow color schemes), has clean rooms, a good Argentine-style complimentary breakfast, and is conveniently located in a quiet location up the hill from Plaza Independencia. The 61-room hot
  • Wild Rover Backpackers
    Party hostel Wild Rover Backpackers attracts an international crowd of fun-seekers. Housed in a three-story colonial building, the bar is the social center of this Irish owned hostel, which has weekly parties and daily activities, such as BBQs, karaoke and pool tournaments. There are a range of dorm
  • Hotel Ismar
    Hotel Ismar is the nicest of the least expensive hotels in Sarmiento. All the rooms surround an interior patio that doubles as a parking lot. The accommodations are spacious with all the niceties a traveler needs, including cable TV. In winter, the heating helps keep you toasty when the frigid Pata
  • Hotel Los Lagos
    Hotel Los Lagos is a pleasant hostel on one of Sarmiento's side streets. All the small rooms are along a narrow corridor and come with private bath and cable TV. Hotel Los Lagos is one of the few hostels in Sarmiento that also has a restaurant.
  • Hotel Mareas
    Like a cormorant spreading its wings, Hotel Mareas perches on the corner of Las Grutas' main avenue, Río Negro, and El Cuy. The rooms, furnished for two to six guests, are a bit cramped but clean. All come with private bath, cable TV and heating. On the ground floor are a terrace and restaurant. T
  • Hotel Robert
    Hotel Robert is an institution in Caleta Olivia. For years this 70-room hostel has been the favorite of business travelers and oil executives. The modern architecture may now classify it as an antique, but Hotel Robert is clean, well-kept, and the staff is friendly and efficient. Standard accommoda
  • Hotel Capri
    Hotel Capri is a basic hostel. It is the cheapest, clean place a road-weary traveler will find to stay in Caleta Olivia. The staff is friendly and helpful, with years of experience. Rooms are simply furnished and not overly crowded. To save money, choose a room without a private bath, as the common
  • Hospedaje Veláquez
    This family home has several rooms to let, sharing a bath at the end of the hall. In another wing across the driveway are rooms with private bathrooms and thir own heaters. All have cable TV. The rooms tend to be a bit cramped, with several beds piled in. But this basic hostel is safe and clean. The
  • 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
  • Hotel Presidente
    The very centrally located Hotel Presidente is a grand hotel with a retro feel. In reception, you're greeted with chandeliers and mirrored ceilings and there's great views from the top-floor restaurant. The rooms themselves are spacious if a little old fashioned, and come with all the amenities you
  • Hotel Gloria
    This centrally located hotel is a looking a bit worn, but what makes it so popular is the friendly staff and the range of services right at your fingertips. There's a reliable money exchange office, good travel agent, free internet, vegetarian buffet, café and a good top floor restaurant with panor
  • Hotel Crown Casino
    The Hotel Crown Casino is one of the finest hotels in Las Grutas. This modern hotel large rooms with wooden floors and simple decorations. The rooms' windows are angled, so all have at least a partial view of the sea. The two front suites have full sea views, balconies and a seating alcove. The sui
  • Hotel Del Centro
    Thousands of people pass by on this street, but few notice the small sign marking Hotel del Centro. A narrow entry hall leads back to a this inexpensive hostel. The downstairs rooms are along one side of a glass-walled corridor looking out onto the grape-arbored patio with BBQ. On the far side of t
  • Australis Yene Hue
    Near the cruise ship pier, the 10-story, modern Hotel Australis Yene Hue towers. The lobby has a stone-wall fountain and contemporary art. Everything about this hotel says class. Its 71 rooms are lavishly decorated, with bathrooms equipped with Jacuzzis. The simpler ejecutivo rooms
  • La Casona del Rio
    This is a unique familiar B&B located in a exclusive place nearby the Chubut River. You must be prepared to relax and live the owner's daily life at La Casona del Rio.
  • The Rayentray
    The Rayentray, though not particularly fancy, is a safe bet for your stay in Trelew. The 110-room hotel is centrally located near the main plaza, and offers clean, comfortable accommodations at a reasonable price. The spacious rooms have cable TV and WiFi (though the signal is weak in some habitati
  • Hoteldelmar
    Small and warm, family hotel with 16 rooms, 8 with private bathroom and 8 with shared bahtroom. All de rooms have brand new mattreses and somiers, all the bathrooms are new, the hotel its very clean with great service.Breakfast with cofee, tea, milk, croissants, toasts, pudding and cakes, good price
  • Luciana Palazzo Hotel
    Luciana Palazzo Hotel is a 10-story palace in the heart of downtown Comodoro Rivadavia. The spacious rooms have comfortable beds, frigo-bar (extra charge), writing area and cable TV. Suites have a sitting room. The smaller junior suites have queen-size bed and hydromassage tub. For travelers needin
  • Hospedaje Belgrano
    Hospedaje Belgrano is one of Comodoro Rivadavia's cheapest lodging options. This family- and traveler-oriented hotel is in an older building. The rooms vary in size and dimension (one corner room is an interesting quarter-circle), so check before accepting a room. Exterior accommodations have large
  • Hotel España
    Hotel España is a clean hotel frequented by tourists and business people. On the lower floor, are the older rooms which are a bit cramped. These accommodations share the common bathrooms. Upstairs are the newer rooms. They are more spacious, and have private bathrooms. Needless to say, these are o
  • Rua Marina
    Rua Marina is another hotel that is favored by business people and tourists. The older section of this clean hotel is where the cheaper rooms are. Few of them have outside windows. Instead, they are illuminated by skylights. They also don't have TV. This is the section where the inn's few single ro
  • Plaza Hotel
    If you want to step straight from the bedlam of the city into your own pocket of calm, then the Plaza is the place for you. Right in the center of the city on El Prado, this La Paz hotel has great views and a good range of facilities - from well-stocked mini-bars, to gym and sauna, to a buffet break
  • Cabañas Pozo Verde
    Situated near the entrance of the Pozo Verde Natural Reserve below the Sierras Chicas, choose from a charming 3, 4, or 6 person cabaña, or a private mountain suite with a deck and kitchen. Located twenty blocks from the center of Villa General Belgrano, this is a great place for a quiet getaway. E
  • Hotel Castellon
    If you want to stay in a comfortable hotel used by Bolivians, which is well away from the tourist drag, then Hotel Castellon could be your place. They have 20 super fun rooms which come packed with furniture and may even have a bright pink column if you're lucky - Bolivian kitsch at its best! M
  • Hotel Piedra Blanca
    Hotel Piedra Blanca has a lovely setting among some trees and offers a quiet place to relax near the large pool. There is WiFi, private bathrooms, telephone, massage service, a restaurant and laundry service. Rooms are single, double, triple and quadruple, ranging in price from $70 - 230 depending o
  • Hotel Piscu Yaco
    The rooms at Hotel Piscu Yaco are comfortable, with a private bathroom, telephone, WiFi and room service. There is also a bar, ping pong table, laundry service, mini gym, and indoor and outdoor swimming pool. Rooms book fast, so it is best to call in advance.
  • Mundial
    The staff at Mundial is friendly and the beds are comfortable. There is a pool and room service, and breakfast is included in the price.
  • Hotel Alem
    Hotel Alem has rooms with private and shared bath set over three floors. It's basic but clean, with all the rooms facing onto a bright courtyard. The rooms with private bath are huge and come with cable TV. All the quarters come with 24-hour hot water and you can choose to have breakfast included i
  • La Cabaña Del Tio Juan
    Hotel La Cabaña del Tío Juan is well located 50 kilometers (mi) north of Córdoba on National Route 9, the main road in the province. Guests are close to all the main cultural, historic and gastronomic attractions of the region. Single and double rooms come with cable TV and can fit up to six peo
  • Sol del Champaquí
    Sol del Champaquí is one of the best budget lodgings in Mina Clavero. This hostel is well-kept, caters to a more youthful crowd and has a quaint swimming pool. Rooms have air conditioning and cable TV, and there is an on-site cafeteria and laundry service.

  • Hotel Rossetti and Spa
    This all-inclusive spa is an excellent upscale option in Mina Clavero. The pool is refreshing, the views are great and the beds are comfortable. There is also a spa, gym, cable TV and WiFi.
  • Hotel La Brisas
    The brand new Hotel Las Brisas has thought of everything to keep their guests content. There's free mate and water at reception, three free internet rooms, a sun room under the glass skylight, where you can sit and relax, plus a lounge room with comfy sofas. There are areas to sit and look at the vi
  • Hostal Copacabana
    Hostal Copacabana offers rooms in an attractive four-floor building with a skylight and wooden balconies. There are two communal areas where you can watch cable TV and a travel agency onsite. The rooms themselves are a little tired but have a desk, mirror, bedside lamp, phone and 24-hour hot water.
  • Hotel Las Verbenas
    Las Verbenas rivals Cumbrecita Hotel as the finest accommodation in La Cumbrecita, with a nice swimming pool and wood-floor rooms with fluffy pillows on the beds. It also offers spa treatments and massages. The hotel only accepts cash.
  • Balcón del Río
    The pool is incredible, the suites are fantastic and the cabins are as close as it gets to finding a second home while on vacation. Balcón del Río's well-manicured grounds and fantastic views of the surrounding natural beauty make it one of the top choices in Mina Clavero. There is 24-hour securit
  • Cabañas Amancay
    These comfortable cabins are located near the town entrance across from the car park. The rooms have plenty of space so guests do not feel cramped, and the friendly staff is good at keeping the place neat and clean.
  • Corre Caminos
    Here's a hostel that caters to the needs of backpackers. They've got lots of dorm space, kitchen access, locker storage, pool/ping pong, Internet, taxi service and bar to boot. Social areas, the multicolored design scheme and coming-and-going crowd create a lively scene. An added plus is that it is
  • Hotel Majestic
    The rooms in the hotel Majestic are clean and comfortable and it's right in the center of the tourist district, close to witches' market. There's a wardrobe, desk, mirror, phone, and cable TV in every room and the beds are reasonably comfy. The outdoor terrace on the second floor is a good place to
  • Hotel Fuentes
    Chilling out in the courtyard of family-run Hotel Fuentes, you'd never guess that it's right in the middle of the hectic tourist district. Set back off Calle Linares, near Calle Sagarnaga, the hotel is quiet, peaceful and spotlessly clean, and the showers nice and hot. Rooms are set around a courty
  • El Duende de La Posta
    El Duende is a superb new hostel with comfy beds, fans and a kitchen / lounge with breakfast included. They also provide a great selection of DVDs. The staff is very laid back and generally amiable people. They offer a laundry service and can help out with some tourist info. Eight blocks from th
  • Refugio Del Inca
    Right next door to the Museo de Bellas Artes is Hotel Refugio del Inca. The understated, white-trimmed façade gives a hint of the fine comforts within this unpretentious hostel. The desert-stone-colored, stuccoed walls are hung with weavings from around the region. Comfortable, hand-hewn f
  • Hotel Rosario
    Hotel Rosario's motto 'a charming hotel in La Paz' sums it up perfectly. Everything about the place is 'charming'. From the bustling, extra-friendly, bilingual staff who work hard to make sure your stay is one of the finest possible, to the cozy courtyards, surprisingly delicious restaurant and caf
  • La casa de Pepito
    Owned by Erika and Pepe (a couple of Galapagos naturalists guides) and located in the safe and quiet neighborhood at Puerto Ayora is La Casa de Pepito, a fully-furnished rental house with all the modern commodities, including two bedrooms with both double and single beds, cable TV and stereos, WiFi
  • Residencial Elena
    Plant-filled patios and spotless airy rooms—some with balconies—make Residencial Elena a delightful lodging during your time in Salta. All the necessities for a comfortable stay are provides, plus it's just a couple blocks from the main plaza. You can't go wrong here.
  • Hotel Salta
    The next corner over from Colonial, Hotel Salta has an impressive spread complete with spa, heated swimming pool, gym and membership to the Salta Polo Club. Some of the rooms have splendid views of Cerro Bernardo and Iglesia San Francisco. And some don't. Though the services and staff are exception
  • Camping Municipal Carlos Xamena
    Surely you'll have no problems finding a place to make camp on the grounds, seeing as there are 500 tent sites for the taking. The campgrounds also sport a swimming pool, so that even the locals are drawn here during the steamy summer. To arrive, take southbound bus No. 13 (Balnearario), which also
  • Terra Oculta
    Recommended even by another Salta hostel owner, Terra Oculta takes the prize for a backpacker hostel. They have a laundry list of services while keeping prices low. What do you need? Book exchange, cooking facilities, tourist information, video/TV/music room, table tennis, laundry service, Internet
  • Backpackers
    This Hostelling-International affiliated youth hostel is a hefty walkâ??about 30 minutes from the main plaza. It is, however, hard to deny because hostel representatives sell it well from the bus station for arriving travelers. It is a very functional and well-run joint with ample dorm space, laun
  • Hostal Condor Pass
    The main selling point of Condor Pass is its close location to the main plaza. It also is few doors down from the market, so many a fine feast can be whipped together in the hostel kitchen. A small, tight-knit staff is very helpful in getting you organized, but as far as all the services that they
  • Colonial Hotel
    It's all explained in the name at Colonial Hotel. Historic and with a corner place on the plaza, its rooms inside don't compare with its outside grandeur. If you're looking for stately, you've found it. Before paying for a room though, make sure you see it to know what you're paying for.
  • Hotel General Guemes
    Dating back to the 1970s, the hotel is definitely aging but functional nonetheless. The staff is professional as is the clientele, which is usually from the corporate world. The hotel has special corporate rates and rooms for conventions or meetings. You may not find as many travelers passing throu
  • Cumbrecita Hotel
    Cumbrecita Hotel is one of the best hotels in the La Cumbrecitaâ??and many argue it is the top choice. The elegant hotel, looking like something perched on a hill in Aspen, has comfortable rooms and relaxing bungalows. There is also a pool, gym, restaurant and bar on site.
  • Brisas del Río
    Brisas del Río offers 11 cabins ideally suited for groups of four or six people. Rooms are well kept, and loaded with amenities such as central heating and air conditioning, microwaves, WiFi, cable TV, parking garage and games for children. There is also a restaurant and pool on the premises. Be su
  • Montecassino Hotel
    Montecassino Hotel is without a doubt the best in town, with its modern décor, plushy, feathered pillows and spectacular views of the mountain scenery. It has everything you need to relax in style: pool, Jacuzzi, mini bar, cable TV, WiFi, 24-hour room service, bar, cafeteria, security box, parking
  • Hospedaje “Jimenez”
    A small courtyard welcomes you into Hospedaje “Jimenez”. They offer basic rooms with shared bathroom for $3.50 per person. A tight, iron spiral staircase leads to the accommodation on the first floor, which faces out onto a balcony. There's a shared bathroom for every three rooms and a ki
  • Hotel Principado
    Hotel Principado is not as highbrow as Montecassino, but for those without a lot of cash to toss around, it's more than acceptable, with its own beach area along the Río Calabulumba.
  • Hotel Continental
    The HI affiliated Hotel Continental is not exactly bursting with attributes - sterile corridors, small pokey rooms and worn bed linen - but it's cheap and clean. There's cable TV in all the rooms, along with a book about Bolivia that you can look through during your stay. There's a lot of street no
  • Hosteria Blanquita
    Hosteria Blanquita offers rooms with private bathroom for less than $6 per person and is excellent value. It's set in a beautiful Baroque style building not far from the main tourist drag and has a pleasant courtyard you can sit in. Rooms are a decent size and are kept reasonably clean. You can boo
  • Hotel Happy Days
    Bright orange and yellow painted walls grace the stairwell of the Hotel Happy Days. The rooms aren't quite as inviting, but they're adequate for the price and come with cable TV, telephone and wardrobe. The quarters at the front have big windows and are lovely and bright - they're right on the main
  • Gran Hotel La Cumbre
    This plush hotel, loaded with all the usual amenities, is one of the best places to stay in La Cumbre. The furniture was made by local carpenters and the rooms have excellent views that let in a lot of sunshine.
  • Hotel Edelweiss
    Located only a couple blocks from the center of town, the Hotel Edelweiss is within walking distance of the best restaurants and shops in the area. But with views of the mountains from the balconies, cozy beds, large buffet breakfasts, room service, volleyball and tennis courts and an outdoor pool a
  • El Consulado Guesthouse
    Just a few steps down from the Prado, next to the Europa Hotel, you'll find this cracker of a guesthouse. Situated above the restaurant of the same name, El Consulado provides five immaculately restored rooms, each with lots of light, wooden beds, comfy mattresses and fluffy white duvets. Every room
  • Hostal Naira
    Just down from Plaza San Francisco, this clean hotel has a selection of rooms set around a courtyard, with some overlooking bustling Calle Sagárnaga and quieter ones at the back. The cosy rooms are all carpeted and have a heater and cable TV but not all have outside windows so ask to see your room
  • Eva Palace Hotel
    The Eva Palace Hotel couldn't be more centrally located, about 10 meters from San Francisco plaza on the main tourist street of Calle Sagárnaga. The carpeted rooms are a good size with lots of furniture, good mattresses, a fridge and heating - which you'll be extremely thankful for in the depths of
  • Hotel Diamante Azul
    An immaculately clean mid-range digs; Hotel Diamante Azul provides 40 rooms over five floors just a few steps from the buzzing thoroughfare of Calle Illampu, close to the heart of the tourist district. The rooms are nicely decorated and come with dressing tables, good beds and mattresses, cable
  • Dos Aguas
    Dos Aguas cabins are excellent, with spacious rooms and plenty of amenities. Breakfast is included, and there is a kitchen for independent cooking. There is also a microwave, WiFi and cable TV. The beds are comfortable and the staff is friendly.
  • Vista Suites and Spa
    Vista Suites and Spa is the nicest place to sleep in San Luis. It is also loaded with amenities—indoor pool, restaurant, bar and spa—to use when you're not out traipsing around the national park. The rooms are equipped with cable TV, WiFi, safe boxes, desks and private bathrooms. Check the
  • Carlos Paz Hostel
    Carlos Paz Hostel, only a few minutes from the bus station, offers colorful, dormitory-style rooms for 4, 6, 8 or 10 people. Each bedroom has a private bathroom and comes with sheets and towels. Carlos Paz is child friendly and has both smoking and non-smoking rooms. Breakfast is included. The ho
  • Hotel Milton
    It might be a little worn around the edges, but the helpful staff and economical rates keep people coming back to Hotel Milton. It's right next door to the Calle Rodriguez fruit, vegetable and flower market and easy walking distance from La Paz's main tourist street. There's coffee in reception and
  • Hotel Pinares del Cerro
    In walking distance to downtown but away from the noise and busy traffic--has quiet and clean rooms and in-house restaurant/cafe. Has arcade games, foosball and ping pong. Outdoor swimming pool. Rooms come with AC and some with microwave and refrigerators. Friendly and cordial staff.
  • Hotel Condeza
    On a small cobbled passageway near Calle Sagárnaga, the eight-floor Hotel Condeza offers great views of the city. Their matrimonial rooms are a good size and have a dressing table, wardrobe, phone, cable TV and table. The top floor restaurant serves great value food for guests and the staff is fri
  • Hotel Yporá
    A lot of well-to-do couples, as well as some families, choose this elegant hotel shrouded by large trees on the edge of Santa Rosa de Calamuchita. Wood-floored rooms are well lit and come with soft beds and private bathrooms. The hotel also provides room service, cable TV, central heating, WiFi, two
  • Gran Lourdes Hotel
    Gran Lourdes is located in the center of the city, half a block from downtown, about 270 yards from main commercial and tourist centers, and about 110 yards from the lake San Roque. Rooms with telephone, cable TV, heat and air conditioning, and solarium are available. Breakfast is included. The ho
  • Gibert's House
    Gibert's House is situated slightly outside the main body of the city at the foot of the sierras chicas (little mountains), close to Av. Cárcano. The architecture looks something like a classic Spanish villa mixed with a modern-day apartment building, with arched, latticed windows and doorways, r
  • Hotel Plaza Pringles
    This 53-room hotel is situated nicely near the main square. All rooms have a private bathroom, central heating, cable TV, WiFi and telephone. The rates also include breakfast, a safe box and a garage space (if needed). There are singles, doubles and triples.
  • Dos Venados
    Located six blocks from the central plaza, this 45-room hotel offers cable TV, telephone and air conditioning. There are singles, doubles and triples, all with plenty of space and wooden floors. There is a nice on-site restaurant, too.
  • Hotel Aguada Del Zorro
    ROOMS: $100-300 Hotel Aguada del Zorro is located in Villa de Merlo, to the northwest of San Luis. Surrounded by towering peaks and lush trees, it is a tranquil, picturesque place to pass a few days. The rooms are comfortable and stylish, if not ornately decorated. All rooms include private ba
  • Hostal Maya Inn
    The reception area might be a little worn, but up on the higher floors there's a distant feeling of being in a Spanish casa. The corridors are tiled with plant pots dotted around the edges and there are sofas to relax in. The rooms are light and generally spacious with the choice of shared or priva
  • El Mirador Cabañas
    The cabins at El Mirador are nothing short of fantastic. The views of the surrounding sierras are breathtaking, the outdoor pool and hot tub are relaxing, and the accommodation is first rate. There are canary-yellow-painted cabins for two, four or six guests, furnished with TV, radio, sofas, private
  • Las Ardillas Cabañas
    Located in La Falda's residential zone of Villa Edén, the Las Ardillas wood-furnished villas are a top choice for lodging in town. The self-contained cabins have fantastic views of the surroundings. The bathtubs in the suites are the perfect place to relax with a glass of Argentina's finest wine a
  • 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
  • Hotel Los Acantilados
    Hotel Los Acantilados has long been the place to stay in Puerto Deseado. This stone-embossed inn, perched atop a bluff overlooking the sea, is ideal for relaxing from the rigors of the road. Standard rooms have a view of the town; the more spacious suites have a sea vista, and those on the second s
  • LoiSuites Arenales
    (ROOMS: $100-160) LoiSuites Arenales is one of three LoiSuites hotels in Buenos Aires. You'll find zero local flavor at LoiSuites, as comfort certainly takes precedence over culture here, but for a chain, these hotels have a distinctly boutique feel. The rooms are modern, stylishly minimalist and
  • Sheraton
    The Sheraton is generally used for work, rather than pleasure. It has a good conference center and is located close to the business district of the city, but there are definitely better options when it comes to décor, ambiance, and location. Basically, this hotel could be a Sheraton in any major c
  • Hotel Kory
    Right next to the main plaza, Hotel Kory provides rooms with private or shared bath looking out over the Yungas. The cheaper rooms are pretty basic, but there's a pool on-site that you can use, and the shared bathrooms are kept clean. The newer rooms with private bath are a lot more comfortable and
  • Cristal Palace
    This sophisticated but comfortable hotel in the heart of Belgrano is conveniently located on a quiet tree-lined street, just a couple blocks from Avenida Cabildo and a nearby Subte station. Rooms are spacious and bright, although perhaps a bit serious. The lobby sets the tone with sleek black furni
  • Cabildo Suites
    If you are traveling with a group of two or more friends and are looking for a relatively affordable place to stay in Belgrano, you won't find many options. That's why Cabildo Suites is a good bet. Located on the very loud and busy Avenida Cabildo, you'll be near the Subte and surrounded by clothin
  • Sheraton Buenos Aires: Hotel and Convention Center
    The other bigger than the train station that gives the neighborhood its name is the Sheraton. Located on one of the main thoroughfares in the city, it is central to just about everything. Because of the many business offices in the area and the on-site convention center, it tends to be with professi
  • Hotel San Antonio
    The best pair of words to describe this hotel is: small and cute. Those two adjectives describe everything from the dining room where the complimentary breakfast is served to the elevator and immaculately kept rooms. The rooms are a bit small but the price is comparable to other hotels in the area.
  • Hotel Intercontinental
    Sitting behind the recently restored St. John the Baptist Church in the historic area of Montserrat, this hotel combines luxury and modernity with a grace of Argentine authenticity. Its several restaurants include a traditional parrilla (steak house) in a peaceful garden area, and a
  • Villa Bonita
    A tranquil café/hostel set in a garden filled with greenery and flowers, Villa Bonita is the perfect place to enjoy Coroico's sunshine and scenery. All their food is organically produced and they also serve delicious homemade ice-cream and sorbet - their specialty. The vegetarian food available var
  • Sol y Luna
    A collection of rustic cabañas and apartments set in a labyrinth of pathways, pools and subtropical forest, Sol y Luna is the perfect place to get lost in. Each of the cabins is unique, with features like bamboo walls and thatched roofs, but all come with great views, cooking facilities, fireplace,
  • El Cafetal Hostal
    A 20 minute walk out to the southwest of town you'll find El Cafetal, a small guest house surrounded by tropical greenery. The rooms with private bathroom share balconies looking out onto the lush forest, with impressive backdrops of the tree-covered hills, and even snow-peaked mountains when the sk
  • Hotel Tres Sargentos
    If your company stiffed you on your expense account and you have an early morning meetings to get to in the area, the clean but sparse Tres Sargentos might be the place for you. It is the most affordable in the area and offers large beds in small, somewhat cramped rooms that were decorated sometime
  • Home Hotel Buenos Aires
    Run by a pleasant Argentine/English couple, this new boutique hotel is redefining cool in the already cool Palermo Viejo neighborhood. Attention to detail and design is apparent in the 18 rooms where distinct vintage French wallpapers set the tone; each room has a different feel and all are complete
  • Che Lulu Guest House
    Tucked away in one of Palermo's charming alleyways, Che Lulu combines a feeling of seclusion with quick access to the area's chic shops, bars and restaurants. The eight rooms are comfortable, bright, decorated with local artwork and, for the hot summer months, mercifully air conditioned. An antique
  • Casa Las Canitas
    Casa Las Cañitas is beloved by its loyal fans, who seem to come back again and again. The boutique hotel has just nine bedrooms (all en-suite), plus a charming garden space, wellness services and a wine-tasting bar. An outdoor BBQ and eating area feels like you've been invited into
  • La Casa Café
    La Casa Café is a beautiful, small family-run hostel. Three private rooms, named after popular coffee drinks, hold one to three people. The forth room is a dorm room with four beds and it has access to a small terrace. There is free coffee, tourist information, WiFi, a communal kitchen, TV
  • Alpenhaus
    It's impossible to miss Alpenhaus on any tour round the Tigre delta. Sitting behind landscaped gardens and a pool on the waterfront, the main building looks like a mountain lodge in the Swiss Alps. But novelty value aside, the place is a wonderf
  • Grunwald
    In addition to furnished rooms and camping, this lodging option also offers a gourmet restaurant. Two-person rooms and four-person rooms are available with fan ventilation. The camping area has hot water, electric lighting, picnic tables and swing sets.
  • Turismo Bonanza
    Bonanza offers a range of lodging options. They have both fully equipped rooms as well as outdoor camping. The rooms fit four persons each, with one double bed and two singles. They also have a kitchen, refrigerator, television, heating and air conditioning.
  • Tailor Made Hotels
    If you need a break from the backpacker/hostel circuit and would like to splurge on some truly luxurious accommodations you may want to give Tailor Made Hotel a try. Located in the heart of the Polo district of Buenos Aires this hotel is within walking distance of dozens of cafes, bars and
  • Palace Hotel
    Don't be fooled by the name. Located on one of the quieter streets in the heart of Almagro, the Palace Hotel is more “grandpa's apartment” than “palace,” but with so few options in the neighborhood, this will do. The surprisingly sleek and simple rooms make up for a drab and unin
  • BoBo Hotel
    Sleek and stylish, innovative and creative, BoBo has taken Palermo's design and boutique hotel upsurge to rewarding new levels. With only seven rooms, each with a unique design style, BoBo is able to pay attention to the details: the service is highly individualized, and the rooms intricately decked
  • Posada Turistica Hotel Rocas de Cabo Marzo
    Owners Nancy and Enrique have lived in Bahía Solano for almost two decades and know everything there is to know about the area. With only five rooms, this hotel feels like a family-run guesthouse. Rooms come with double beds, private bathrooms and mosquito nets. Enrique is a committed sports fishe
  • Abode Buenos Aires
    Abode offers the benefits of a perfect Palermo location and personal service without the price tag of a boutique hotel. If you are looking for something special, Abode offers a relaxed oasis amid the hurly burly of this fantastic city. With several years of knowledge of Buenos Aires and Argentina,
  • Cahuel Buenos Aires Hotel
    The Hotel Cahuel offers comfortable, spacious single and double rooms with private bathrooms, within a few blocks of a very popular shopping destination: the Córdoba Avenue outlets. The tastefully decorated rooms are equipped with a mini-bar, air conditioning and heat, and WiFi connection. Behind t
  • Hilton Buenos Aires
    Beautiful inside and out, this grand hotel has eight stories, which includes a spectacularly embellished lobby decked out with marble and glass. There are more than 400 rooms with first-class amenities and large bathrooms where you'll actually want to spend quality time. The various accomodations pa
  • Faena Hotel Buenos Aires
    A hangout for jet-setters from around the world, this Philippe Starck-designed hotel is quickly becoming a symbol of "the new Argentina." Set in an impeccably restored grain warehouse built in the early 1900s, lush interiors combine with endless perks, including a state-of-the-art spa and infinity
  • Milhouse Hostel
    Milhouse Hostel is a well-known rest stop perfect for young, energetic travelers on a budget. The location is conveniently in the Microcentro neighborhood of Buenos Aires, close to the metro and the Casa Rosada. Knowledgeable and friendly staff are available to lead various activities around tow
  • El Jiri Eco Lodge
    Situated inside Parque Nacional Cotapata, El Jiri Ecolodge offers thatched cabins for two to five people. Far more than just accommodation, El Jiri offers programs of between one and four days including hikes in the national park, visits to coffee plantations and wildlife watching. There's a swimmin
  • Hotel Paraiso
    The family run Hotel Paraíso is centrally located, just a few meters down from Residencial Sorata on the main plaza. Housed in a colonial building, there's a sunny patio area at the entrance and a terrace area. The quarters are basic but offer good value at $4.50 per person for a room with private
  • Villa Sorata
    This white-washed colonial house has a large cobblestone courtyard filled with flowers and greenery, and a terrace over-looking the surroundings hills. The spacious rooms have high roofs with wooden rafters and come with plenty of furniture. All the quarters have private bathrooms and ok beds, altho
  • Residential Sorata
    There are signs of past grandeur as you step into the large, dark hallway of Residential Sorata. Antique furniture and trinkets scatter the lobby of the former commercial house Casa Gunther (see activites), giving you the feel of stepping back in time. The hotel has ol
  • Granja Agroecoturística Los Guaduales
    Get out into the country to a self-sustaining farm. Located 11 kilometers (7 miles) from Málaga on the road to Capitanejo, Granja Agroecoturística Los Guaduales offers its visitors lodging in a hotel-like house or camping, and food straight from the fields. To relax, there's a swimming pool, fish
  • Boquitas Pintadas
    NOTE: This business has closed. Rock & Roll! Like the Chelsea Hotel in New York City and the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, this San Telmo bed and breakfast, which wears its shabby chic like a badge of honor, isn't for everyone. It's the kind of place that attracts artists and b
  • Hostal Familiar ‘Dion'
    Hostal Familiar ‘Dion' a few steps away from the main plaza, offers super clean, bright rooms with shared and private bathroom. The quarters with private bathroom come with good beds, cable TV and plenty of furniture, and are tiled throughout. The hotel has a small garden, dining and lounge are
  • Hotel Monarca
    The ex-Prefectura building Hotel Monarca is a large gated complex popular with Bolivian families. They have clean and simple rooms with private bathroom and a number of cabañas with two bedrooms. All prices include an American breakfast. There's a huge pool, with sun lounges to relax on, and pleasa
  • Hotel Bien al Sur
    Hotel Bien al Sur is a clean, low-key hotel well-located in San Telmo. The rooms are neat and comfortable. The walls are thick, so if you care about getting your rest and maybe staying cool in the Argentine summer, Bien al Sur is a good option. There are several rooms, each of which is different. So
  • Grand Hotel
    A wonderful little hotel just half a block from the main plaza, the Grand Hotel is all brightly colored walls, potted plants and trinkets. Most of the rooms are located around two sunny courtyards - one set up like a garden, with shrubs and a fountain, and the other with old-fashioned street lamps
  • Hostal Colonial
    Right on the main plaza, Hostal Colonial offers single, double, triple bedrooms and suites on two floors, set around a courtyard. Twenty-five years ago, when the hotel opened, it must have been quite grand, but the decor is looking decidedly tired now, even though it was recently renovated. That sai
  • Hotels Around Chulumani
    Just two kilometers outside of Chulumani, Hotel San Bartolomé offers cabañas and spacious rooms with great views and access to a large swimming pool (On road to Irupana, Tel: 2-2416161, rooms $30-$100). In Irupana, the Nirvana Inn has cabañas surrounded by citrus trees perched on the hillside (I
  • Country House
    On a dirt track heading west of town is the homey bed and breakfast Country House. Set in beautiful wild gardens, you'll be greeted by an inviting open terrace where you can sit with some fresh juice and relax. The cozy rooms are decorated with pictures and weavings and colorful blankets, and most c
  • Axel Buenos Aires
    The Axel is billed as South America's first gay luxury hotel and a sequel to the Barcelona-based flagship. The lobby is designed with a waterfall that runs to a glass ceiling, which would be just another cliched Buenos Aires architectural device if it didn't double as the bottom of the rooftop swim
  • Altai Oasis
    Just down from the road leading out to San Pedro caves you'll find Altai Oasis, a tranquil camp ground and hotel providing the perfect place to renew, relax and get back to nature. They have fully equipped cabins with kitchen, wood fire and comfy beds, which can be used for between two and five peo
  • Piedras Suites
    All our rooms are duplex with fully equipped bathrooms, individual A/C and heating, safety box, balcony, double-pane glass windows for sound and climate insulation, fully equipped kitchen, microwave oven, coffee maker, toaster and refrigerator/freezer, 32 inch LCD TV, DVD player, sommier Queen Siz
  • NH Jousten
    A commercial district landmark, NH Jousten's attractive downtown building has stood over Avenida Corrientes since the late 1920s. At one time graced by some of Argentina's most revered historical figures, including the Peróns, stylish interior upgrades have kept the beautiful old hotel modern and
  • Hotel Colón
    For people who like city life and like to feel that they're in the middle of the it, Hotel Colón is the place to be. Just across 9 de Julio-"the world's widest avenue"-from the legendary Teatro Colón, the hotel's suites facing the street provide spectacular views of the theater and the "Obelisco".
  • Hostel Clan
    Hostel Clan is the place to land first in B.A. to get your bearings. Filled with information, friendly and exceptionally helpful staff, The Clan has established itself securely in the center of the backpacker scene. Expect loud music blasting from the rooftop bar, nightly events such as authentic a
  • Art Deco Hotel & Suites
    Located in the heart of the city, just one block from the traditional “Obelisco,” two blocks from the National Theater Colon and just one block from 9 de Julio Avenue.Suites are fully equipped with kitchinette, minibar, full bathroom, high speed Internet, and there's WiFi connection in th
  • Porta del Sur
    A bit quieter than some of the other hostels, this charming 19th century building located in downtown Buenos Aires is close to all major transportation arteries. Solo travelers will have no trouble making new friends at Porta del Sur. In addition to free tango and Spanish classes, the hostel arr
  • La Senda Verde
    After crossing the rickety bridge across the river you'll reach La Senda Verde animal refuge, the perfect place to relax for a day or two while getting to know the animals here (and helping support their upkeep). They have a range of rustic cabañas for two to five people, with natural furnishings a
  • Hospedería Colonial
    Just a half-block from the main plaza is Hospedería Colonial. In the main part of the house lives the family. Off their living room are simple rooms for one or two persons that share the family's bathroom. In the back of the dwelling is a terraced yard. The portico porch here has bamboo chairs to r
  • Hostel Colonial
  • Hotel Bauen
    For an interesting bit of tourism with a social conscience, try the Hotel Bauen. As was the case with numerous hotels, factories and businesses, the Bauen was closed after the 2001 crisis and has joined the ranks of a growing number of places where the workers have entered, taken over, and got busi
  • HI Hostal Mirador
    Just as the name suggests, Hostal Mirador has spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. There's a big terrace out front where you soak up the scenery and a few rays in the process. The rooms are spread over several floors and are comfortable with wooden beds, O
  • Las Piedras
    A short walk downhill from the main plaza is Hostal Las Piedras, an inviting, cozy hotel with beautiful views of the surrounding valleys. The rooms have been carefully furnished and have good size beds with dream catches above them to aid a peaceful slumber. There's a
  • Rio Selva Resort
    A hotel resort in the middle of the Yungas, Río Selva offers a selection of rooms, apartments, studios and cabañas for two to six people. The three hectares of land is situated right next to the Río Huarinilla, and there are a maze of waterslides, swimming pools, saunas and Jacuzzis to make sure
  • La Finca
    Seven kilometers from Coroico, near the village of San Pedro, is La Finca, a scenic hotel complex on seven hectares of land. Here they offer cabañas, apartments and rooms for between two and five people in a garden setting, with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Facilities include an i
  • Hotel Gloria
    Near the bus station, down from the main plaza, is the refurbished Hotel Gloria. With its white-washed walls and red tiled roofs, it's reminiscent of a hacienda in the middle of the countryside. The rooms are clean and comfortable, with good beds and nicely furnished bathrooms. Some come with floor
  • Annemarie
    Annermarie covers several areas of tourism in Villa Paranacito. In addition to fully equipped bungalows, there is also an in-house tour operator who arranges fishing trips and boat tours. The bungalows have A/C, heating, cable TV, fans and barbeques.
  • Estancia La Quinta
    Estancia La Quinta is an old, converted ranch house nestled against the foothills of Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre. The hotel, still owned by the granddaughter of the original pioneering family, retains its historic charm, but has been renovated with a fresh coat of soft yellow paint inside and out, and
  • Lo de Tomy
    Opened in 2005, Lo de Tomy offers a large, equipped house with a kitchen (includes help from a maid and cook), dining and living rooms, and three bedrooms for up to six people, which rents for $350 a night. This complex also offers apartments, with single beds for $30 a night, and double beds for $8
  • Albergue Patagonia
    Albergue Patagonia is a comfortable and clean hostel on the main drag, catering to travelers and backpackers on a budget. With a fully equipped kitchen and dining area for guests, hot showers, library, book exchange, reading loft, mountain bike rentals, and breakfast, you can't go wrong at this cozy
  • 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
  • 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
  • Los Cerros
    The owners of Los Notros, the luxury lodge that overlooks the Perito Moreno glacier, have recently set up shop in El Chaltén, opening the most extravagant hotel in town with multi-night all-inclusive packages. Los Cerros is sleek yet cozy, with panoramic windows to admire the sweeping views of the
  • Kalenshen
    The Kalenshen complex offers seventeen rooms in the hotel, in addition to six little cottages for 2 to 4 people with mini kitchens and outdoor barbeques, which can make a cozy setting for a private retreat. The rooms, restaurant, reading rooms, and lobby are decorated with handmade wood furniture, g
  • Camino Real
    The super professional Camino Real Suites can be found in the south zone of the city and provide 70 suites, from junior to royal, inside a chic spherical, glass building. The service here is top notch and facilities include an indoor swimming pool, saunas, gym, babysitting service, WiFi, laptop
  • Hotel Kau Yatun
    Kau Yatun Hotel & Estancia. The experience of knowing The Glaciers is complete with the warmth that our staff offers. Located six blocks from downtown El Calafate, Kau Yatun Hotel & Estancia brings you closer to the history of the pioneers of the Patagonia Argentin
  • Hosteria El Pilar
    Located in the wooded countryside outside of El Chalten, El Pilar is an estancia-style country house with ten simple yet comfortable rooms. As it is a secluded spot located near many trailheads, the hosteria has become popular with trekking groups looking for a quiet place to rest after a long day i
  • Nothofagus Bed and Breakfast
    Named after a native tree of Patagonia, Nothafagus B&B originally had just three rooms when it opened in 2001, but owners Eva and Gerardo expanded their cute eco-friendly home to accommodate more guests. The B&B now has seven rooms, four of them with shared bathrooms. Some rooms have a distinct log
  • Hosteria Posada Lunajuim
    With dark wood tables, brick walls, book shelves, a big fireplace and funky art, the large restaurant-lounge area of the Posada Lunajuim is a comfortable spot to rest, read, or grab a drink and dinner. Each of the thirty rooms are uniquely decorated with the owner's personal art collection, and the
  • 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
  • Hostería Thiamalú
    Hostería Thiamalú is a small, family-run inn. Its five rooms are spacious and well decorated. There are double, triple, and quadruple accommodations - some have bunks. All rooms have private bath with 24-hour hot water. Individual heaters allow you to keep the room as toasty as you like. Share hik
  • 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
  • Hotel Residencial Balcarce
    Just a half-block from Plaza Güemes and one of Salta's most exclusive hotels is Hotel Residencial Balcarce. This basic hotel offers private rooms to budget travelers for a little bit more than a hostel dorm bed. The rooms are simply furnished, with TV, desk, heating and fans. Private bat
  • 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.
  • Hotel Colón
    As one of the older hotels in Puerto Deseado, Hotel Colón has been welcoming travelers to this Patagonian port for several generations. The centrally located hostel shows its age a bit, but the rooms are clean. Each has a large closet, cable TV and private bathroom; singles are sparse. Most of the
  • Hotel Oberland
    Situated about 12 kilometers south of (and 400 meters lower than) the city centre in the small settlement of Mallasa, Hotel Oberland offers rooms and apartments with a Swiss cabaña feel, surrounded by the dramatic rock formations found in La Paz's southern valleys. Sunny gardens, an indoor swi
  • Casa Grande Hotel
    The entry hall decked out with modern décor and furniture gives a good idea of what's to come at Casa Grande. The hotel contains 36 suites that come complete with comfy beds, kitchenette, small dining table, lounge area, flat-screen TV, i-pod port, WiFi and hydro-massage bath tubs. Added extra
  • Hotel Pinto I
    Just a few blocks from the riverside park is Hotel Pinto I. This work-in-process hostel has comfortable (though humid-shabby) rooms along the glass-walled corridor to the patio. Each room has private bath, table and overstuffed chair where guests can curl up with their V!VA Travel Guide to plan t
  • 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,
  • Hotel El Austral
    Midways down Perito Moreno's main street, Avenida San Martín, is Hotel El Austral. This hotel of 1960s-era modern architecture has 20 large rooms for one to four persons. Travelers looking for a bit more space may opt for one of the four suites or an apartment. All of the pleasant accommodations h
  • Hotel El Vasco
    Hotel El Vasco is a classic river port building of long-gone eras. Wrought-iron grill balconies overlook the boulevard below. Through tall windows, sunlight floods the rooms, all with private bath and cable TV. On a hot day, guests seek the arbor-shaded patio's coolness and listen to the birdsong.
  • Hostelería Costas Del Sur
    For over 20 years, Hostelería Costas del Sur has opened its doors to travel-worn tourists. This small, family-oriented hotel's rooms are set around a patio shaded by a grape-arbor. Many of the accommodations are over-crowded, so potential guests should check several before taking one. The bathroom
  • Hotel Percaz
    Hotel Percaz, located midway between Plaza 7 de Marzo and Plaza Alsina, is the most expensive hotel in Carmen de Patagones. The two-story, non-descript hotel also has rooms on the mezzanine level. Accommodations on the second floor are the most spacious. All rooms have Cable TV, heating and a
  • Hotel Austral
    Right across from the passenger ferry dock, towers one of Viedma's finest hotels, the Austral. This five-story inn has, with 100 rooms and 20 apartments, has very large rooms furnished with comfortable beds and over-stuffed leather chairs. Each has a private bath, complete with tub. Superior rooms
  • Aluna
    Aluna is one of Santa Marta's newer hostels located in the historic center of Santa Marta. This three-story guesthouse is in a 1920s, Spanish-styled villa with a shady courtyard. The rooftop terrace gives great views of the Sierra Nevada. Aluna has 11 private rooms and four dorms, available with
  • Esplendor El Calafate
    Decorated with clean contemporary furniture in beiges and browns, dramatic antler chandeliers, large fireplaces, modern art, and wood floors, this â??boutique hotelâ? is one of the exclusive Fën Hotels. Located in central El Calafate with views of Cerro Calafate and Lago Argentino, Hotel Espl
  • Alvear Palace Hotel
    The pinnacle of Recoleta's opulence, this classic luxury hotel is consistently ranked among the best in South America and the world; naturally, it is also the city's most expensive, with a minimum room rate of $425. The Alvear's regality is not its only draw: perks such as personal butler service, a
  • Jardin Azul
    Jardin Azul is a delightful small hotel in a quiet and safe neighborhood. It was renovated in February of 2010 and offers six spacious rooms that combine modern design with classical elements; some of them have balconies overlooking the garden. The beautiful garden, yoga zone and swimming pool p
  • Apart Recoleta Hotel
    While the "men's club" next door may be off-putting for some, the price of this hotel cannot be beaten for its location and comfort. The Apart Recoleta Hotel is only a few minutes from the Cementerio and local restaurants, and covers all your basic needs, including air conditioning, free WiFi in the
  • Hostal Puerta del Sol
    A sweet reward for the sweaty walk up, Hostal Puerta del Sol offers unmatched views of both sides of the lake from its tiptop position (just to the left) after the seemingly never-ending staircase. The hostel itself is nothing spectacular, but that vista, combined with cheap rooms (bargainable too!)
  • Hosteria Las Islas
    Like most spots that line the island steps, this hostel (and restaurant) offers awesome views of the lake, and at Hoseria Las lslas you can take advantage of the location on the deck chairs provided. There are 18 rooms in total (although two in the back don't have views), private and shared baths, e
  • Hostel Imperio del Sol
    Midway up the steep steps, Hotel Imperio del Sol is easy to find. This large, orange, motel-shaped accommodation has an incredible view that sweeps across the eastern side of the lake to the massive and snow-covered Cordillera Real. Double and single rooms are available with windows facing either th
  • HI Inca Pacha
    This Hostelling International (HI) affiliated hostel is a clean and well organized backpacker friendly option. Four-bed dormitories and private rooms are arranged around a large dinning area with a TV and sweeping views of the lake through the large bay window. As many accommodations on Isla del Sol
  • Design Suites & Towers
    A great location for sightseeing and shopping, Design Suites & Towers is close to downtown, Recoleta, and is just a couple of blocks from the numerous shops of Avenida Santa Fe, yet tucked away on a quieter (if not quiet) side street. A stylish staff greets visitors in a lobby graced with a decorat
  • BA Stop
    In a refurbished hotel from the 1860s, BA Stop is an affordable option that provides a little old world charm. Between the many young travelers and the sometimes overpowering street noise, the place isn't the quietest in town, but if you've had enough silence in the lonely plains of Patagonia, you
  • Hotel Esmeralda
    Hotel Esmeralda has been a Coroico favorite for years and it's not hard to see why - with an acre of grounds and stunning views, there are few better places to enjoy the Coroico scenery and sunshine. The service does get mixed reports, but for comfortable rooms and lots of amenities, Esmeralda's yo
  • Bella Vista
    A short walk from the main plaza is Hotel Bella Vista, a beautifully designed hotel with a colonial feel. Each room has a high roof with exposed wooden rafters, wrought iron lamps and good beds. There are some stunning views too - try room 207 for a breathtaking view. In fact, there are amazing view
  • El Viejo Molino Hotel
    If you want a vacation orientated family hotel with lots of amenities, then El Viejo Molino is your place. Situated a kilometer (.64 miles) down from the center of the village, the first thing that hits you is the striking panoramic views from the front of the hotel. They have everything from singl
  • Residencial de la Torre
    Just half a block from the main plaza you'll find Residencial de la Torre, a budget hotel with beds for $3.50 per person. The rooms are basic, with beds and one other piece of furniture if you're lucky, but the shared toilets are kept clean and the quarters face out onto a plant filled courtyard. Ea
  • Hotel Wilka Wata
    Hostal Wilka Wata is a popular choice for one very important reason; it is the first place that offers accommodation on the long uphill walk from the dock. The rooms, which all face the lake, are undoubtedly simple, but the owners have made the effort to add a bit of warmth with small touches such a
  • Hotel Mirador
    A literal giant along the beach-front strip of rather teeny food stalls, Hotel Mirador is an eight-story behemoth. The front lobby itself is larger than some hostels in the area. Indigenous-designed blankets and other accoutrements adorn the rooms, which are spacious and have lakefront windows. O
  • Patagonia Queen Hotel Boutique
    This small 20-room boutique hotel opened up in November of 2007. Every room includes individual heating, cable TV, a mini fridge, a safe and a jacuzzi. It is prohibited to smoke in all of the rooms, but there is a patio open year-round for smokers. Although there is not an on-site restaurant, hotel
  • Mirador del Lago Hotel
    The elegant yet rustic stone and wood complex of Mirador del Lago is located on a large 2.5 acre property overlooking Lake Argentina. The hotel is just 500 m from downtown El Calafate, across from Redonda Bay, and is a comfortable place to admire the natural beauty of the area from the large windows
  • Hostal La Cúpula
    The interesting and pleasant Hostal La Cúpula sits on a hilltop, with fantastic views of Copacabana, Lake Titicaca and the Cordillera Real. La Cúpula's architecture is eccentric, with rooms of every dimension and geometric shape, ranging from the spectacular to the odd, and each with a differen
  • Inca Utama Resort
    Located on Huatajata Island on the Bolivian shores of Lake Titicaca is one of the region's most interesting and unusual first class hotels. What began as a simple lodging project over a decade ago is now a sprawling complex of 65 hotel rooms, 2 restaurants, a fully equipped spa, and an entire Andean
  • Hotel Gloria
    The Hotel Gloria, a basic, mid-size hotel that once was rural hotel prefectural of the departmental government, is now managed by the La Paz-based Gloria Hotel chain. Rooms and suites are very clean, spacious, and most have excellent views of Lake Titica
  • Elan
    An exclusive hotel on the shores of Lago Argentino, right in Patagonia, with exceptional views of the lake and the Andes. The Elan Hotel boasts an exceptional service in a landscape of incredible beauty, renowned throughout the world. The Elan Hotel offers 50 rooms spread among three floors, some of
  • Design Suites
    Perched on the peak of the Nimes peninsula, Design Suites offers spectacular panoramic views of Lake Argentino. Designed by Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott, the emphasis here is on space and style. Common areas are open and bright, allowing the natural beauty of the surroundings to stand out. The
  • Hotel Rosario del Lago
    Hotel Rosario del Lago is a luxurious hotel on the shores of Lake Titicaca with a prime location to catch every breathtaking sunset that spills across the lake. This colonial resort perfectly ties the décor of local indigenous blankets, artwork and relics with modern amenities such as the internet.
  • Ice Trekking
    If just seeing the mega glacier Perito Moreno isn't enough for you, if you feel you must also touch it, be in the midst of its blue-white spikes, then take a hike. Mini Trekking is a two-hour excursion across the ice field. If you're up for an even greater cha
  • Casa de Grillos B&B
    Bed and breakfast Casa de Grillos is ideally located for those looking to â??get away from it allâ? while still enjoying the conveniences of town. Eight blocks from Avenida del Libertador, Casa de Grillos in situated in one of the only wooded areas in otherwise sparse El Calafate, and is close t
  • Kau Kaleshen Hostería
    For location, Kau Kaleshen Hostería cannot be beat. Just steps from the conveniences of the main drag, this inn and tea house has modest yet comfortable and clean rooms with private bathrooms and individual heating. Rooms are situated around a pretty garden in the back, and in the front is the te
  • Hotel Posada Los Alamos
    With its red brick facade and surrounded by its namesake alamo trees, Hotel Posada Los Alamos is classic in style through-and-through. The interior of the complex features plaid carpeting and old English furniture, and rooms are styled in varying themes and color schemes. There are several luxurio
  • Hotel Kosten Aike
    What this hotel lacks in charm and character, it makes up for in location and consistency. Just a short walk from the restaurants and tourist agencies of the main thoroughfare, Kosten Aike Hotel is one of the biggest hotels in El Calafate, and offers guests all the basics (plus some extras) needed
  • Hotel Regidor
    Right on the corner of Plaza 9 de Julio is perhaps Salta's best-kept secret. While the majority of hotels around the main square are luxury hostels, Hotel Regidor offers comfortable rooms at very comfortable prices. Owned and run by descendants of one of the city's founding families, Hotel Regidor
  • Hostal Provenzal
    This hotel opened towards the end of 2007 and still feels very new. They offer singles, twins and doubles, all with private bathroom and with or without cable TV. The rooms are bright, clean and modern with bedside tables and lamps and telephones. There's no lift however and you'll have to climb a
  • Hotel Residencial Misiones
    Hotel Residencial Misiones is another good budget option, which has been in operation for more than 35 years. It is has a nice, open common area, which is cool in the midday heat, and all rooms include clean bathrooms. The place is definitely calm and tranquil and it has a great location close t
  • Hotel Residencial Colón
    Hotel Residencial Colon is simple and clean, but nothing flashy. Rates get significantly more affordable if you are traveling in a group. Prices include breakfast, most rooms have a TV and if you are traveling with a vehicle, there's a garage. Also, it is located downtown, a quick stroll away from
  • La Magdelena Ecolodge
    For a more traditional ecolodge, try the Magdelena. Set on a ranch in the middle of the jungle, this lodge is owned by Butterfly adventure tours. Because of that, there are a ton of different activities on offer including rafting, camping and trekking. When the day is over, there are still more urba
  • Hotel San Ignacio
    From the outside, you would never expect the park-like grounds of Hotel San Ignacio, one of the oldest lodges in San Ignacio. Rooms are basic, but clean, and set along a flower garden. There are also four- and five-person cabañas off the garden with bedrooms and bath. These are only for sleepi
  • Hotel Julio César
    Towering 11 stories above the city skyline with, Hotel Julio César is a giant in more ways than one. This is also one of Posadas' finest hotels. Concierges await the distinguished guests arriving here, whooshing them up to modern rooms decorated with brightly colored accents. Each accommodation com
  • Marcopolo Inn Iguazú
    Of the two Hostelling International (HI) options in Puerto Iguazú, the Marcopolo Inn is the much more relaxed. Conforming to all the standards expected from an HI hostel, all the well-kept rooms have on-suite bathrooms, there is free breakfast and free I. The onsite swimming pool is an added extra
  • Hosteria Los Helechos
    Central, clean and comfortable, this three-star guesthouse has 60 rooms of various sizes. Great for families, it has a garden and a decent-sized swimming pool. Rooms come with air conditioning, TV and telephone as standard. Has a well-equipped bar and restaurant on site.

  • Hostel and Apart Hotel Anahi
    In the heart of town, this hostel offers accommodations that range from bargain basic bunks to a private dorm for groups of backpackers. Each dorm is complete with its own kitchen, dining table and TV. This hostel has friendly staff, is great value and in a good location close to bars and restauran
  • Hotel Copacabana
    The three-storey Hotel Copacabana has clean, bright rooms along long corridors filled with plants. The beds are decent and each room has a door out onto the balcony over-looking the street. There's cable TV in all the rooms with private bath, and the friendly owner speaks English and will make you f
  • Panoramic Hotel Iguazu
    Slick, stylish and enjoying an excellent view over three countries, this riverside resort is a luxurious option in the heart of Iguazú. Rooms are spacious and well appointed with good, comfortable beds and great views. The generous riverside pool is a great place to cool off after a hard day's sig
  • Che Roga Apart
    Clean, central and well equipped, this complex features a swimming pool and garden to relax in. A hybrid hotel that mixes apartments, hostel and hotel services and facilities. Rooms vary in size and are clean and comfortable. Good breakfast buffets.

  • Timbo
    A pleasent enough hostel in the center of Iguazú with a nice garden to relax and read a book. Rooms are clean and the staff is friendly and helpful and can help arrange tours and excursions. Price includes a good breakfast.
  • Hotel Portal Del Sol
    On the outside, Hotel Portal del Sol is a non-descript pink. On the inside, its rooms are much nicer: spacious, with private bath, air conditioning and heating; some even have over-stuffed chairs. The hotel is clean, though some of the rooms have mildew stains on the ceiling-a common tropical pligh
  • Hotel Luxor
    Hotel Luxor is the least expensive lodging option in Resistencia. This fading modern inn is often filled with other travelers -- mostly Chaqueños coming into the city, along with the occasional foreigner. Rooms with two single beds are a bit cramped, though the accommodations with cama matrimonial
  • Amerian Hotel Casino Gala
    Located in the heart of Resistencia, Amerian Hotel Casino Gala is a top-class hotel designed for both the business traveler and vacationer. The Amerian has spacious, tastefully decorated accommodations for all pocketbooks. Those visitors of modest budget may find the twin or king deluxe suites to be
  • Hotel Los Tucanes
    Slightly more expensive than some of Rurrenabaque's other hotels, Los Tucanes does not offer a lot more to its visitors; breakfast is the only thing that sets it apart from its rivals. However, all the rooms are set around an extremely attractive courtyard full of palm trees and travelers recuperat
  • Plaza Hotel
    When it comes to the towering four-story Plaza Hotel, think small: cramped rooms and bathrooms, and a pint-sized swimming pool (though, it does have enough water to help you relax in this tropical climate). Not all of the rooms are tiny; couples can request a matrimonial especial, and the h
  • Hotel San Martin
    The San Martin is rumored to be the first hotel in Santa Rosa, and it is still well run and one of the cheapest options in town. Opposite the old railway station and a short walk from the Plaza, the '20s style hotel offers clean rooms with oddly tall ceilings. Breakfast is served in a lovely bright
  • Hotel Internacional De Turismo Formosa
    Hotel Internacional de Turismo Formosa was once a modern hotel with some fine touches, including green marble. It is still Formosa's most luxurious hotel; rooms above the first floor have balconies with a view of the river. Second floor suites come with a mini-bar, and one even has a Jacuzzi. Fo
  • Hotel Ambaibo
    Hotel Amaibo This is one of the town's only mid-range establishments. The swimming pool, private bathrooms and breakfast set it apart from Rurrenabaque's more basic places to stay. A safe bet if you are willing to pay a little extra for more comfort and luxury.
  • San Miguel del Bala Eco-Lodge
    Recently named #1 in Specialty Lodging in Rurrenabaque, San Miguel del Bala, made up of 2 lodges (San Miguel del Bala and Caquiahuara), is your entry into the Bolivian Amazon. Fresh, organic, locally and sustainably grown produce will be on your plate
  • Residencial Illia
    Residencial Illia is budget accommodation that is a bit nondescript, but isn't too dodgy. To find the reception, head to the back of the hallway and up the stairs following the little red arrows. Rooms are definitely small and most of the hotel has the permanent cigarette stench of smoking employee
  • Hotel Alfil
    Hotel Alfil is located a bit further from the Plaza 25 de Mayo than other locations but it is still an easy walk. Although located near the train tracks on Santa Maria de Oro, a major shopping street, the walk to the hotel can be enjoyable enough. Rooms are nice but a bit dark. All rooms include te
  • Hotel Sahara Atech
    Hotel Sahara Atech is located near the corner of Plaza 25 de Mayo, so its location is as central as possible. Some rooms have televisions and it is just luck of the draw whether you get one or not. Rooms are definitely basic but nothing dirty. For air-conditioning, add $3 to the price. <
  • Albergue Ecologico Chalalán

    Chalalán is the only permanent settlement inside of Madidi National Park. This lodge is a delightful four or five hour boat ride into the park. It was the first of the community based eco-lodges. It was developed as a partnership between t

  • Mapajo Ecoturismo Indígena

    Mapajo was wholly set up and operated by the indigenous communities on the Quiquibey River. Set on a beautiful bluff overlooking the river, the lodge offers a variety of attractions, including nature walks, visits to nearby indigenous communi

  • Hotel Monte Verde
    The Colonial style Hotel Monte Verde has singles, doubles and triples with A/C or fan. The rooms vary widely, from small and dark to spacious and bright - ask to see your room first. The beds aren't the best, but all quarters have cable TV and some come with a fridge and seating area. There are also
  • Hotel Cataratas
    Hotel Cataratas is one of several upper-class hotels along the highway to Iguazú Falls. It is a pleasant place to relax in total comfort. The rooms have clean, simple lines, done in a palette of white, dusky orchid and black. Each accommodation has the usual amenities: frigobar (extra charge), cab
  • Casa Divina Lodge
    Casa Divina sits on 2.7 hectares (6.5 ac) of secondary cloud forest and boats three two-story luxurious finished wood cabins. Each room has a private porch with hammock, spacious living quarters and an elegant bathroom with full-size bathtub. Rooms can accommodate from one to four guests. In
  • Hotel Campanario
    Trinidad's top hotel offers 26 comfortable, modern rooms over several floors. The quarters are well designed with large bathrooms, good mattresses and floor to ceiling windows over-looking small modelled gardens. There's a small pool downstairs, with a bar and restaurant area to the side, and the st
  • Aguahí Hotel
    A large open courtyard complete with gardens and swimming pool greets you as you enter Aguahí Hotel. The communal areas are grand and spacious, although the rooms themselves feel a little worn and dated and could do with a facelift. It's a good place to enjoy the Trinidad sunshine however, and ther
  • Hospedaje Cruz de los Andes
    On a little side street not far from the hectic tourist centre of La Paz, you'll find Hospedaje Cruz de los Andes. There's an attractive wooden staircase with cast iron railings that curls up to the accommodations from reception. The rooms are freshly painted, there's new bed linen, colorfully tile
  • Arthy's Guesthouse
    Often called ‘a little oasis of calm' Arthy's Guesthouse offers rooms with shared bathrooms and a wide range of facilities. There's a huge communal area with sofas and a dvd player, free internet, a pool table, a communal kitchen and you can even hire a dvd player for your room. The staff is e
  • Hostelling International Salar de Uyuni
    A simple, good option, though the rooms are not well lit and some are significantly worse off than others. Ask to see the room before you commit to it. There is a strict 10 p.m. curfew.
  • Hotel Avenida
    This basic but adequate budget hotel is situated practically opposite Uyuni's train station, making it a convenient option for anyone arriving late at night on one of the Ferrocarril Occidental trains. Friendly yet proficient hotel manager Maria (who also runs Expediciones Empexa next door) often c
  • 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
  • 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
  • Hostal Marith
    A busy backpacker favorite, Marith has a courtyard, and shared showers with hot water available all day long.
  • Hosteria La Paleta del Pintor
    Friendly and warm B&B tucked away from the noise on a quiet street a few blocks from the center. Eight tidy rooms, each with two to three single beds, look over an airy common dining area on the first floor. A small apartment is an economical option for groups of four-six, and all rooms have private
  • Marinas Puerto Traful
    For an upscale option, Marinas Puero Traful offers the most comfortable beds in town. The lodge sits near the pier and in front of the main beach in town, and each of the 15 rooms and two suites has excellent views of Lago Traful. Guests can enjoy the game room and the lobby's fireplace in the wi
  • Casa de Huéspedes Montañes
    This small guesthouse has newly decorated rooms with wallpaper, colorful duvets and wooden bed frames - these are some of the freshest quarters you'll get on Calle Sagárnaga. The bathrooms are spotlessly clean and have 24-hour hot water. Rooms at the front are bright and have a view over the street
  • Hotel Jacaranda Suites
    Hotel Jacaranda Suites has beautifully decorated rooms with solid wood beds and furniture and great mattresses. There are quarters with private balconies over-looking the pool at the back or ones with larger, shared balconies facing the street. For lazy days relaxing in the sunshine, there's a pool-
  • Hotel Beni
    The glass-fronted Hotel Beni has a pleasant open courtyard area at its entrance, where you can sit and chat to the two resident parrots. Rooms are simple but clean and come with cable TV. The quarters with A/C are larger, come with a frigobar and are slightly more modern. No prizes for the beds eith
  • Sheldany
    Shared rooms, private baths in each one, close to the principal shopping malls and supermarkets, also bars, and bus stops. Free Internet, lockers, towels and use of kitchen.
  • Parador Del Angel
    ($140-$160) Owners Maria Marta Cortes and Daniel Alessio have transformed this 1907 adobe house into a unique family-run hotel. Their 20-years of tourism industry experience is evident, as the six rooms offer a truly relaxing home away from home. The rooms were built in 2004 with the same material
  • Alexander Hotel
    Alexander Hotel is one of the few up-scale hotels near Puerto Ihguazú's bus terminal. The exterior is under-stated modern, as is the lobby. The spacious, well-decorated rooms have wooden floors, large windows and private bath. Chill in air-conditioned comfort, while haveing a snack from the mini-b
  • Residencial Lola
    Only two blocks from the bus terminal, this laid-back hospedaje has a familiar feel. You'll be greeted by a handful of young tykes (children of owners) who will gladly lead you to your room and want playtime in return. The rooms come with a ceiling fan, a must in the humidity of Iguazú, and comfy b
  • Residencial Belgrano
    Residencial Belgrano is just marginally better than the cheap options along Calle Belgrano. The small, basic rooms have a fan to keep you cool during Formosa's sweltering days and nights, a TV that may or may not work, and a private bath. Despite being well-worn by the humid climate, the hotel
  • La Casa En Ushuaia
    ¨LA CASA EN USHUAIA¨ is a warm wooden guest house designed and refurbished by its owner/architect, very conveniently located at barely two hundred meters from Downtown Ushuaia with nice views of the Encerrada Bay.

    But perhaps the most important will be the possibility of chating with
  • Ña Esta
    Family-run guesthouse Ña Esta offers some of the best value accommodation in the city. All rooms are air-conditioned and immaculately clean with tiled floors and high rafter ceilings, are nicely decorated and have decent beds. Outside there's a beautiful tropical garden and a common area where gues
  • Los Balcones Blancos
    This compact guesthouse really has the feel of staying at someone's house. The entrance hall leads to an attractive tiled courtyard lit by a skylight, where there's a lounge area where you can sit and watch TV. Rooms are a decent size and are spotlessly clean. The beds in the rooms with shared bath
  • Estancia La Margarita
    Located just 280 kilometres from Buenos Aires, the location of the estancia is perfect for many visitors to take a short holiday. This is a traditional working estancia that has been sympathetically refurbished over the last 3 years to provide a comfortable and homely environment. A place you can ho
  • Posada La Escondida
    As the only four-star property in town, Posada la Escondida is a luxurious hotel housed in an elegant A-frame cabin right next to lake Alumine. Every room has incredible views of the lake, private balconies, and jacuzzi tubs. Unique cabins are also available. Rooms range from $110-140 (USD) so t
  • Estancia Ave Maria
    Asunti welcomes guests into her small and impeccably cared for, French-style farmhouse. Guests can wander or take a horseback ride amidst rolling hills and open skies in this real-life watercolor. Then, settle down to a culinary Euro-Argentine feast, complete with fresh organic vegetables from the c
  • Peninsula Coihues
    The majority of lodging options in town are in cabins, but for families or other groups looking for a traditional hotel-style place, Peninsula Coihues is the best option available. Standard rooms include breakfast and large windows with great views of the lake. Not as romantic as many other optio
  • Residencial Mura
    Residencial Mura is one of the cheapest places to stay in Sáenz Peña. Located a few blocks from Plaza San Martín, this small hotel has rooms for couples and groups. The hostel also has plenty of spaces for the solo traveler. Some of the accommodations have fans and others air conditioning. Commo
  • Hotel Familiar
    Hotel Familiar is an intimate 10-room hotel, with accommodations for one to three persons. The rooms themselves are fairly large and furnished with bed, desk and a shelving unit for the television set, and there is heating and air conditioning to keep guests comfortable in any kind of weather. The
  • Hotel Pergamino
    Less than ten blocks from the beach and close to casinos and downtown shopping, Hotel Pergamino offers clean rooms (private or shared) at lower prices than what you will find nearby. This Hostelling International-affiliated hotel also offers cable TV, a bar that is open 24-hours and even Spanish cl
  • Hotel Galeon
    Hotel Galeon offers comfortable rooms in a somewhat quiet neighborhood. There are rooms with up to four beds with private bathrooms, and amenities include a 24-hour snack bar, common room with TV, and easy access to the beach and downtown. Guests have the option of including the price of breakfas
  • Hotel Messina
    Hotel Messina's central location enables guests to easily get to the beach, downtown or to a number of buses that will take them wherever they'd like. Rooms are clean if a little sparse. Breakfast is included in the price, as is cable TV and WiFi access. Cash only.
  • Patio de Moreno
    New, nice and expensive, this small â??hotel with personalityâ? in downtown Areco offers six modern rooms, all with AC, WiFi, telephone and safe. Two deluxe rooms have flat screen televisions. They are all comfortable, spotless and more upscale than most of the other hotels in town. A centra
  • City Hotel
    This hotel, run by a worker-owned collective, offers room and laundry service, and each room has a private bathroom. It's a quick walk to the beach from here; it's also close to the train and bus station. Rooms in the City Hotel are clean and comfortable; ask for one with a balcony and you'll have
  • Sheraton Mar del Plata
    For those looking for a full service hotel with a central location, the Sheraton Mar del Plata stands out. Located between Playa Grande and the Mar del Plata Golf Club, there are a range of rooms to choose from, including some with views of the sea. The hotel has a great tourism info desk and can he
  • Hosdedaje Zagreb
    Just a couple of blocks from La Perla beach, basic and clean, the Croatian owners of this nearly hidden hovel offer the best deal for single travelers or couples on a budget looking for something a little more private than a hostel dorm. The rooms are small but comfortable and tidy and have private
  • Hotel Del Glaciar
    This luxury hotel looks like a long, large, Swiss Motel Six. But, it offers the relaxed and warm shmancy atmosphere that includes Restaurant Temaukel, which has specialty dishes like black sea bass or Patagonian lamb. Or, order food to your room and enjoy king crab while taking in the view from your
  • Finisterris Lodge Relax
    V!VA NOTE: Finisterris Lodge will be closed for at least 180 days starting January 1, 2009. The lodge provides personal cabins with five fully equipped rooms that include a bathroom with a double Jacuzzi, kitchen/dining room and a private spa area. Plus, let's not forget the unforgettable views o
  • Hospedaje Rodas
    Hospedaje Rodas is a clean, reasonably priced hotel, just a few steps from the costanera. This modern hotel has small rooms with cable TV. The bathrooms are crowded with shower, toilet and bidet. Singles are difficult to come by, as they are booked up by companies for their workers. In winter, Hosp
  • Hotel Fuaz
    The Hotel Fuaz lies about 10 minutes outside of San Antonio or Areco, farther than is convenient to walk, but taxis are inexpensive. It has a lovely atmosphere, and the rooms are small, but well-kept and nice looking. There's a swimming pool with patio and foliage. There is also a bar, air condit
  • Calfucurá
    The 4* Calfacurá seems to be the best option for accommodation in town. It is conveniently located one block from the bus terminal and includes a restaurant, so choosing to stay here is easy. An impressive and very long reception leads on to comfortable, though unimaginative rooms. The complimentar
  • Casa Esmeralda
    Set in a former Buddhist center, this clean and cozy guesthouse retains all the good vibes of its former tenants. The shady Zen garden, replete with fish pond and hammocks, and a sunny terrace get you out of the somewhat stuffy dorm rooms. But, the stuffiness won't bother you in the private rooms; t
  • Maggie's B&B
    Truly like a home away from home, Maggie's is a welcome respite from the chaos of downtown B.A. There are never more than five guests staying here, and visitors rave about the charming hostess, Maggie, who is always on hand to offer insider info on the city, especially the tango scene. The upst
  • Hotel Hoxon
    The Hotel Hoxon is a full service facility, with a stupendous outdoor pool surrounded by two levels of decks. It is the only hotel in Lujan with a pool. Others offer reduced rates at public pools in town. The Hotel Hoxon is the most recent and modern hotel in Lujan. It is used by mostly business pe
  • Hotel Muñíz
    (ROOMS: $117 - 338) The Hotel Muñíz is located in Bahía's downtown sector, and is likely one of the classiest places you could stay in the city. The hotel offers a wide variety of rooms (all of which are expensive), but they come well-equipped. The hotel provides a wide array of amenities, inclu
  • Austral Hotel
    The four-star Austral Hotel is centrally located in downtown Bahía Blanca, two blocks away from Plaza Rivadavia. The hotel offers a laundry service, parking, a restaurant/bar, cable TV and AC. Rooms are clean, well-maintained and resemble those of a mid-range American hotel chain, so nothing too
  • Hotel Casablanca
    Hotel Casablanca (Avenida De los Tritones 258, Tel.# 2254482474, call for prices which very by season) Located in the â??heartâ? of Pinamar, the St. Tropaz is a few minutes walk from downtown and a little off the beach. It has a nice patio lawn for lounging in semi privacy compared to the beache
  • Land Plaza Hotel
    New to Bahía Blanca is the luxurious Land Plaza Hotel, which offers all of the accoutrements; a spa, fitness center with a heated pool and spacious rooms with WiFi and AC. The hotel is located in the center of downton, just three blocks from the Plaza Rivadavia. This is likely one of your most ups
  • Hotel Canciller
    Hotel Canciller is one of the few budget options in Bahía Blanca, and it's not all that cheap. However, the hotel provides basic, cozy rooms with a fan, cable TV and a snack bar. Canciller is located in the downtown area, just six blocks from the central Plaza Rivadavia. It's a solid, cheaper opti
  • Hotel Catedral
    The Catedral offers rooms with balconies that look out onto the side of the Basilica, which is a main draw for weekend tourists. The Catedral is safe and secure, with air conditioners, and breakfast served in the hotel.
  • Jasmines en la Sierra
    Bed and breakfast doesn't get much better than at Jasmines en la Sierra. Alicia and Enrique warmly welcome guests into their ivy-covered hideaway facing Parque Independencia. The bedrooms are beautifully decorated, and added home comforts, such as DVD players and hand-crafted soaps, are testament t
  • Hotel Dior
    Located on Plaza Independencia, the Hotel Dior combines an ideal location with a homey atmosphere for a bargain price. Rooms are bright, spacious, and decorated in old-fashioned florals. For an added treat, ask for a room with a balcony opening onto the plaza. A breakfast buffet is included in the r
  • Las Acacias
    A little way past the edges of Tandil sits Las Acacias, a retreat for those looking to leave suburban life behind. Situated in a private park, birds sing while guests lounge contentedly by the outside pool. The pousada (hotel) has the spa atmosphere, and the treatments offer personalized attention a
  • Hotel Centro
    Family-friendly Hotel Centro has basic accommodations at basic prices. Though the small and spare rooms are nothing to write home about, they're pristinely clean. Some have a double bed and bunks to suit traveling families, and singles with private bath come at a low, low price. The friendly staff s
  • Hotel de La Paz
    It is obvious upon entering the heavy revolving doors of Hotel de La Paz that this historic building has a bit more going on than the average Luján hotel. A vast entryway and large sitting room are just the tip of the iceberg. There's also a patio garden, the option of breakfast in bed, and other a
  • Hospedaje Elcira

    Hospedaje Elcira is the place many budget travelers choose to over night in Río Gallegos. Located five blocks from the bus terminal, owners Elcira and Luis offer shared rooms with a common bath. Although a bit cramped, the accommodations are clean and have closets to stow luggag

  • Hotel Cesar
    Hotel Cesar is warm and cozy, and has been around for more than 20 years. Located about four blocks from the port, it's open all year round, and provides amenities including a book and video library, baggage storage, laundry/valet service and a restaurant that services international and typical loca
  • Los Yámanas
    In keeping with the local environment, the rooms at Los Yámanes have a rustic look, but come with modern conveniences like satellite TV, mini bar, safe, free WiFi, breakfast buffet and access to the spa and workout center. The hotel also arranges canoe floats; don't miss out on this fun opportunity
  • Ros Tower
    Just two blocks from the Río Paraná is one of the most well-known hotels in Rosario, Ros Tower. This 17-story hotel has 139 stylishly furnished rooms. All accommodations have minibar (extra charge), WiFi, air conditioning / heating, in-room safe deposit box, desk and plasma TV. Plus classrooms an
  • Hotel San Lorenzo
    Hotel San Lorenzo has a nice central location right in the middle of town and only two blocks from Plaza Cabral. Rooms are clean, functional and all include a private bathroom and a fan. Only rooms with matrimonial beds are available so prices for singles, doubles or more are all the same.
  • Hotel Victoria
    Hotel Victoria is a good central option. Located close to downtown action and just a quick walk away from Calle Junin and Plaza Cabral, it is close to everything. Rooms get much more affordable if traveling in groups. Accommodation is simple with plain white walls, but all rooms include air conditi
  • Hospedaje Los Amigos
    Hospedaje Los Amigos is perhaps Colonia Carlos Pellegrini's simplest hostel. Doña Mabel welcomes backpackers and other sojourners to six spacious rooms with basic furnishings. The newer rooms are larger and nicer. All have private baths. Some accommodations have fans and others air conditioning. H
  • Hotel de Turismo
    Built in 1947, the famous Hotel de Turismo has a nice, distinctly upper-class ambience. In a town like Corrientes, where pretty much everything is quite expensive, splurging and paying the extra $10 dollars to stay in complete comfort with a view of the river, a swimming pool and complimentary brea
  • Hotel Altea
    Hotel Altea is one of Rosario many early-20th century former homes. This lovingly recycled building offers large rooms that are simply decorated, but with fine touches. To relax after a long day of sightseeing, click on the plasma TV hooked up to cable. Guests are guaranteed a comfortable night's s
  • Hostal Santafe De La Veracruz
    Like many of Santa Fe's upper-crust hotels, Hostal Santafe de la Veracruz is in a 1960's-era building, with dated furnishings. This fine hotel, though, is very well-maintained. Throughout it are colorful stained glass windows, making this hostel stand out from the others in its class. The comfortab
  • Hotel Presidente
    Upon walking into Hotel Presidente, an understated hostel on Sáenz Peña's main avenue, you are welcomed by the large, low-ceilinged lobby decorated with overstuffed white sofas, a meteorite from Campo del Cielo and a friendly staff. Beyond the mirrored doors lining the three stories of passageway
  • Hotel Apolo
    Hotel Apolo is a clean and functional hostel located directly across from the bus station. The nice woman running the place has been doing so for 30 years. Private bathroom and a television double the price of a single room.

  • Emperatriz Hotel
    Emperatriz Hotel is a definite cut above the rest of the hotels in the area, as far as tranquility and a calm atmosphere. The hotel is built within an old mansion that has high ceilings, a plaza-like interior, clean rooms and helpful people at the reception desk. All rooms have private bathrooms an
  • Amanacay Hotel
    Amanacay is at a great spot, right near the San Martín strip. It has affordable rates, clean rooms, private bathrooms, TVs in the rooms and is completely covered with mirrors. The amount of reflective material on the walls may lead one to think that the hotel may be used occasionally for hedonisti
  • Lihuel Calel
    Lihúel Calel is a low-rise hotel toward the south of the town. What it lacks in location, it makes up for in a lovely, quiet pool, that is framed by well-kept lawns. A good value option with all the usual amenities.
  • Rancho Inambú
    Once upon a time, Rancho Inambú was a backpacker hostel. Now it has upgraded to a posada (inn) category hotel, and offers four rooms with private baths and one apartment. It is not possible to just book a room; Rancho Inambú only offers package deals that include continental breakfast and
  • Paraná Hotel Plaza Jardín
    In one of Paraná's venerated colonial-era buildings is Paraná Hotel Plaza Jardín. The charm of the original edifice is retained in the elaborately sculpted exterior, the reception, café and beautiful garden patio. Beyond this are the rooms. Ones in the older section are worn and cramped, with a
  • Lennox Hotel
    Just steps from the hustle and bustle of Avenida San Martín, stylish Hotel Lennox is the hippest place to sleep in Ushuaia. The lobby and communal areas of the hotel, which feature floor lighting and ground-to-ceiling mirrors, are modern and elegant. The rooms themselves are small and rather ordina
  • Las Hayas Resort Hotel
    Las Hayas Resort Hotel, located three kilometers outside of town on the road to Glacier Martial, offers elegant accommodations, stunning views, and a variety of amenities to appease the discerning traveler. The hotel boasts one of the only swimming pools in Ushuaia (heated and indoors, of course),
  • Posada Fueguina
    Posada Fueguina, conveniently located three blocks from downtown, offers spacious single to quadruple-occupancy hotel rooms with nice views of Beagle Channel. Or, if you're in the mood for something a little more rustic (but still comfortable), you can stay in one of the charming wood cabins, which
  • Los Cauquenes
    The creators of this luxury hotel seem to have thought of everything that a guest could want while visiting the southernmost city in the world. The resort has 54 rooms. Get a suite with a wooden deck that has a view of the Beagle Channel. After visiting their complete fitness center, indulge in any
  • Tierra Mistica Cabañas
    These comfortable cabins accommodate one to six people, and are equipped with all the necessities.  Cabins are nicely decorated with crafts and regional pictures.  There are private bathrooms, with plenty of hot water, good for a refreshing shower after a long day. 
  • Cumbres del Martial
    Situated at the base of Martial Glacier and tucked away in a tranquil forest on the bank of stream Buena Esperanza, this charming inn offers guests an intimate luxury experience in a peaceful Patagonian setting. Four swanky wood cabins, each one named for a different variety of Argentine wine, come
  • Tango B&B
    Tango B&B offers daily room service in an excellent location, seven blocks away from the main street. There are private bathrooms with warm and drinkable water available 24 hours per day. The B&B also has free internet, a safe box at the front desk, parking and a Live Tango Show for free!
  • Hotel Spa Costarenas
    A magical way to start a day in Colón is to sit on the balcony of a luxurious room at Hotel Spa Costarenas and watch the sun rise over the Río Uruguay. Alcobas have river views, some through bay windows. Interior rooms are smaller. One room is especially for handicapped travelers. All have
  • Maran Suites And Towers
    Maran Suites and Towers, one of Paranás most exclusive hotels, is near the bluff overlooking the old port. Its towers, undulating like the city's streets, rise above the river, giving guests fine vistas of that waterway and its islands. Rooms are commodious and elegantly decorated, with all the am
  • Hotel Alemán
    Hotel Alemán is one of a string of mid-range priced hotels along Calle Bolívar. This hotel stands apart for its beautiful interior patio with large fountain and seating areas. Around the courtyard are set Hotel Alemán's finer rooms with nice bathrooms. Newer chambers are in the front of the buil
  • Hotel Aguaý
    Hotel Aguaý is one of Gualeguaychú's best hotels. This riverside inn offers tourists spacious, well-decorated rooms with all the amenities one expects of a first-class hotel. Accommodations in front have a river vista. Some additionally have balconies. The half-circle, glass tower is home to th
  • Gwesty Plas Y Coed
    Plas y Coed, said to be the oldest and most traditional Welsh teahouse in Patagonia, also has a small hotel. There are three rooms, done up in traditional Welsh style, in a newer wing of this stately, brick house. Guests share a sitting room and dining nook. In the low season, the Welsh-speaking ow
  • Estancia Los Potreros
    Estancia Los Potreros is set in a beautiful reserve at the top of the Cordoba hills in the center of Argentina. The estancia dates from 1574, when breeding mules for the silver mines in Peru was the principal activity. Today it is an idyllic retreat for horsemen and nature lovers. This organic worki
  • Osa Mayor
    Osa Mayor has rooms, bungalows and a campsite. Bungalows have excellent views of the Andean mountain range, sleep two to six people, and have a kitchen and private bathroom. The campsite has a parking lot, 24-hour hot water in individual showers, a multiple purpose lounge, and a covered eating area
  • Hotel Pehuen
    Hotel Pehuen is an affordable two-star hotel for travelers who don't mind sparse rooms. The modest rooms are only a small step up from the quality of a hostel, but the hotel is clean and well-kept. Single or double rooms are available, but this popular spot fills up quickly with backpackers, geo
  • Hotel España
    The Hotel España couldn't be more central, situated half-way between the bars and restaurants of Sopocachi and the tourist attractions of downtown. It's set back off the main road in a colonial building and has several courtyards and a garden you can sit it, although the flowers are looking a bit
  • Rincón Español
    Off a small side street near Plaza Isabel Católica, Rincón Español offer gorgeous Spanish Tapas in an inviting colonial setting. Definitely one of the best dining experiences in La Paz, Rincón Español serve great seafood dishes, including seafood stew and paella, as well a wide range of tapas.
  • Paceña La Salteña
    This cosy café is one of the La Paz's most popular places to sample salteñas, the city's favourite mid-morning snack. You can sample these crunchy pastries in traditional meat and chicken versions, which come with reams of juice, or try a vegetarian version at the weekend. Paceña La Salteña serv
  • Rusty K
    Rusty K is your perfect base for exploring Cafayate. They have private rooms (double or twin beds) with shared bathrooms, 24 hour hot water, and a kitchen. The price per night includes a basic breakfast and free Internet. The hostel gives superb tourist information and they offer free excursions to
  • Posada del Sol
    Hostelling International does it again. The brand may be a foreigner magnet, but this friendly hostel has a young, hip vibe and plenty of space for socializing, including outdoor spaces plus a kitchen and common room. Every room is different, and some feature log bunks for added fun. This small mini
  • Hostal Paris
    Hostal Paris is in a historical building on Plaza Isabel la Católica in the Sopocachi residential area of La Paz. It smells fresh and clean from the moment you walk in the door and there are antiques and flower displays all over the hotel. The rooms are filled with ornate lamps and chests of drawer
  • Hostal Humahuaca
    This cozy hostel is like a little dose of home. In Humahuaca. A small patio with a grill and shaded tables is just the beginning of its appeal. The warm interior is marked by clean whitewashed walls and rich wood paneling, with the occasional colorful flower pot. Most rooms have painted cheery color
  • Cotopaxi Refuges
    Within Parque Nacional Cotopaxi are three refuges that offer dorm-style lodging. The two on the flanks of Volcán Cotopaxi are limited only to those who will be climbing the volcano. You should bring your own sleeping bag. · Refugio José Ribas - This the main mountain refuge that almost
  • Radisson Plaza Hotel
    The Radisson is where many visiting pop groups or football teams stay while in La Paz, but in reality it's looking a little tired and could do with a facelift. That said, the hotel has a buzzing atmosphere, good service and excellent views over the city. The rooms are ok; the beds are pretty small,
  • El Portillo
    It doesn't get much more typical Humahuaca than this little adobe dwelling in the center of town. Doubles, triples and quads come with private bathrooms for a little extra than hostel prices. The patio that leads to the rooms overflows with plant life. But, the small rooms are decorated simply with
  • Ritz Apart Hotel
    There are great views across the city from the top floors of this 71 room hotel. Despite the name, it's not part of the international hotel chain but you'll get good service here and the staff is extremely helpful. All rooms are suites with kitchenette, living room and dining table. There are bathr
  • El Rey Palace Hotel
    El Rey Palace Hotel can be found in the center of town at the top end of the Sopocachi district. The rooms are a good size, with king size beds and great showers - ask for a mountain view. There's an air of grandeur here, all be it a little outdated, but the hotel is well maintained and spotlessly
  • Hotel Los Patios de Cafayate
    If you have to ask the price of a room, it is probable Hotel Los Patios de Cafayate is not your best choice. However, head directly to this luxurious hotel and wine spa should money be no object. There are colonial tapestries, regional textiles, hand-woven carpets, an incredible outdoor heated swimm
  • Sala de Payogasta
    The Sala de Payogasta Hotel is a 10-minute drive from the town's center along Ruta Nacional 40, at Km 4510. The incredibly spacious rooms are well-kept and the beds are very comfortable. There is also a good on-site restaurant.
  • Hostel Independencia
    Just half a block from Plaza Independencia, this hostel is worth checking for location alone. Add in clean rooms and bathrooms, a friendly staff and competitive prices, and this should be among the first lodging options in town for backpackers and the budget savvy. This hostel tends to have a more c
  • Xumec - Apart Hotel
    One of Mendoza's best kept secrets. The stucco building blends into the other shops on Mitre and Las Heras Streets. But inside you'll find large, modern, clean, and comfortable rooms in a central location. For $34 USD a night (and if you are staying longer than one night, the price with barganing g
  • Park Hyatt Hotel, Casino and Spa
    The spectacular Park Hyatt sits on the northwestern corner of Plaza Independencia in an impeccably restored 19th century building. Street-side tables sit in front of the brilliant white exterior, looking out over the bustling plaza. Inside, rooms are luxurious but not ostentatious and ser
  • Hotel Milena
    Hotel Milena is a nice, simple hotel located down a small side street called Babilonia (off Pardo) in the cul-de-sac. It is the perfect place to find some peace and quiet after long day of horseback riding or wine tasting. There is an on-site bar and restaurant with 24-hour breakfast, as well as roo
  • 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
  • La Posada Hostal
    La Posada Hostal is a small, immaculate bed-and-breakfast located across from the village's church, Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Carmen. A deep garden sets the two-story, white inn off from the road. The long balconies are pleasant places to relax after a day's hiking. La Posada is an intimate hotel
  • Residencial Real
    Within easy reach of both the train station and the city's restaurants and attractions, Residencial Real is a cheap and interesting place to stay. The rooms are arranged around a glass roofed loft which helps to create a homey atmosphere that is enhanced by extremely friendly staff. Both the rooms a
  • Catalina Park Hotel
    Catalinas Park Hotel is an upscale hotel that targets businessmen passing through Tucumán. It has every amenity needed: a rooftop pool, sauna, WiFi, room service and sparkling bathrooms with hot water. There is also a fine view of Parque 9 de Julio.
  • Carlos V
    Carlos V is an upscale hotel that prides itself on excellent service. All 70 rooms are modern and stocked with amenities such as telephone, WiFi, cable TV, safe box and 24-hour room service. Breakfast and parking are also included, and there is a fantastic on-site restaurant.
  • History
    Nuestra Señora de La Paz (our Lady of Peace) was founded in 1548 by Spanish conquistadors and treasure seekers high in the mountains on the site of an Aymara village. The town was strategically located on the route from mountain mines to the coast. Like most Spanish cities, it was laid out in a gri
  • Tucumán Hostel
    Tucumán Hostel is one of the first choices among backpackers in Tucumán, not just for the clean sheets and hot water, but also the on-site bar that serves up cold beers. There is also Internet access and the friendly staff helps arrange tours. Expect to pay approximately $15 per night in a dorm-s
  • República
    República is not the fanciest hotel in the city, but it gets the job done. Rooms are clean, the beds are soft and the bathrooms have hot water. Breakfast is included, as well as limited parking if you have a car.
  • Oh! Hostel
    Oh! Hostel is a solid choice for backpackers on a budget. Rooms are basic but clean, and there is a kitchen to cook your own meals, as well as Internet.
  • Los Colorados
    This mountain retreat is definitely reserved for those who want (and can afford) a special treat. The high prices, however, are worth every penny. The sunburnt adobe cabañas are cradled in a mountain of their same color, and outfitted with potbelly stoves, large modern kitchens, and luxurious bath
  • La Reliquia
    It doesn't get more budget than this. Primarily a camping facility (with tents for rental), La Reliquia also has one shared eight-bed dorm and one private four-bed room. All are very basic accommodations at very basic prices. Use of the cluttered kitchen is not advisable, but sleeping this cheap any
  • Hotel Norte
    This boutique hotel is a restored colonial home. There is a pleasant patio with a palm tree and the rooms are almost clean enough to eat off the floor. There is also a Jacuzzi in the executive suites, and an on-site restaurant..
  • Hotel Altos de la Viña
    Hotel Altos de la Viña, located approximately 15 minutes from the airport and almost five kilometers (3 mi) from the center of Jujuy, is a nicely remodeled accommodation option. The rooms are large and comfortable enough to relax away from the bustle of the town. It also has great views of the surr
  • La Aguada
    This B&B has decent-sized rooms and is wonderfully decorated--the handiwork of the owner, who also willingly offers a wealth of knowledge about the Jujuy area. Beds are comfortable and rooms are clean with hot showers.
  • Hotel Augustus
    Hotel Augustus is a good mid-range option for those passing through Jujuy. This 82-room hotel offers well-kept rooms with plush beds, air conditioning, hair dryers and cable TV. It is located on a pedestrian street within walking distance to the Plaza Principal, Casa de Gobierno, Catedral and Centro
  • Hotel Jujuy Palace
    The Hotel Jujuy Palace is a great option for travelers with cash to burn. This high-end business hotel is clean, comfortable and centrally located in town. The hotel's air-conditioned rooms are spacious with nice showers in private bathrooms. There is also 24-hour room service, an on-site restaurant
  • 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
  • Belvedere Hosteria
    Belvedere Hosteria (Bunge 7167, Tel. # 02254482233, www.hosteriabelvedere.com.ar ; Single: $53, Double: $86, Triple: $123) has a great location. Only a block from the beach and right near Pinamars center it offers great access to all aspects of the Pinamar experience. It has clean and comfortable ro
  • Hotel El Pasaje
    From its side-street perch, the brightly painted Hotel El Pasaje calls beckons to tired passengers looking for a comfortable, inexpensive hostel in Salta. The eclectic décor follows inside, into the lobby hung with carved masks, fine art and posters. The rooms are a bit more conservatively deco
  • La Loge
    Situated above La Comédie Restaurant, at the heart of Sopocachi, is La Loge, a small collection of comfortable, stylish apartments. The accommodation comes fully equipped with breakfast bar, kitchen facilities and living room, as well as a computer with free internet. The apartments are bright, chi
  • Hotel Patios De Lerma
    Across from the train station and around the corner from the Balcarce nightclub-peña district, is Hotel Patios de Lerma. This fine hostel, beautifully decorated with stone mosaics, native woods and ceramics, is aptly named: the rooms are set around a series of patios. Accommodations have q
  • Hotel Solar De La Plaza
    The former Patrón-Costas family home is now the luxury Hotel Solar de la Plaza. In the original part of the mansion are two classic rooms and two suites furnished with exquisite antiques. Across the garden patio is the newer annex, done in the same architectural style as the original house. Those
  • Hotel Internacional Alejandro I
    Near Plaza Belgrano is the 11-story Hotel Internacional Alejandro I, another one of Salta's upscale hostels. The gaucho-dressed staff greets guests to this modern hotel with all the expected amenities. (Take a look at the lobby's floor, done with replicas of petroglyphs.) Off the lobby is a cozy re
  • Alcalá Apart Hotel
    One of the apart-hotel options in Sopocachi, Alcalá offer good-value, spacious apartments overlooking Plaza España. Each apartment comes with a living and dining room, fully-equipped kitchenette and cable TV, with one or two bedrooms. There's a supermarket right next door for groceries and it's a
  • Hotel Gómez
    Hotel Gómez is one of the better options in town for backpackers. The price is right for those on a budget, and while the rooms are basic, they are well kept and have comfortable pillows. The staff is friendly. There are single ($8) and double ($12) rooms available.
  • El Antigal
    A mere block from Plaza Prado, this quiet hotel is luxury without the luxury price tag. The rooms are spacious and clean, with full bathrooms and pretty yet sparse décor. Many rooms open onto a cool, quiet patio and those that do not are close by. Breakfast is included. For an extra charge, guests
  • Casa Los Molles
    There is a reason this hosteria has the word "casa" (house/home) in its name- it couldn't be homier. The colorful adobe cabañas are clean and comfortable. Each have access to the peaceful outdoor area, complete with organic garden and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. The grill, yard to
  • 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
  • Posta de Purmamarca Hostal
    It may have â??Hostalâ? in the title, but this lavish, eco-friendly hotel is most definitely not a hostel. Its â??hotel rates,â? however, are a steal for the quality and comfort they buy: cozy (yet large) rooms, environmentally friendly practices, and staff ready to help with anything from l
  • Hostal Paris
    Hostal Paris is in a historical building on Plaza Isabel la Católica in the Sopocachi residential area of La Paz. It smells fresh and clean from the moment you walk in the door and there are antiques and flower displays all over the hotel. The rooms are filled with ornate lamps and chests of drawer
  • Apart-hotel Á la Maison
    If you're looking for a home away from home, with a little French chic thrown in the mix, then Á la Maison Apart-hotel could be the answer. In the heart of the residential district of Sopocachi, Á la Maison provides eight stylish apartments, which are all unique and come with WiFi, central hea
  • Hotel Carlos V
    Hotel Carlos V, Santiago del Estero's highest regarded hotel, is a place befitting a king. The modern skyscraper building on the southwest corner of Plaza Libertad has 97 well-appointed rooms with private bath, minibar, cable TV and other necessities. The two-room suites have extras like DVD libra
  • Hotel Samay
    Hotel Samay is nothing special, but the rooms are clean, albeit not well-lit, with comfortable beds. Each room has a small private bathroom with hot water.
  • Hotel Belén
    Hotel Belén is the most extravagant lodging in the area. The hotel, which is only a few years old, has spacious rooms with nice wood furnishings, as well as an on-site conference center and game room. The bathrooms are clean with hot water. The hotel has cable TV, air conditioning, a summer bar and
  • Residencial Tucumán
    Tolerable, reasonably priced hotels are difficult to find in Catamarca. One of the few is Residencial Tucumán. This clean hostel offers accommodations with private bath and cable TV. The rooms also have WiFi access and internet portal. An additional plus of Residencial Tucumán is its location, on
  • Amerian Catamarca Park Hotel
    Amerian Catamarca Park Hotel is a architecturally striking inn. Its sheer-glass walls rise seven stories, giving the suites incredibly views of the mountains surrounding Catamarca. These accommodations are of two rooms, plus bathroom outfitted with jacuzzi. The less-expensive interior rooms don't h
  • Savoy Hotel
    Savoy Hotel, on the Tucumán pedestrian mall, is a classic hotel of the 1920s. The four-story hostel's façade is accented by bowed balconies. The entry hall leads to the lobby, where a broad staircase sweeps guests up to their accommodations. (The hotel also has an elevator.) The 80 well-decorat
  • Hotel Avenida
    Hotel Avenida is a walk-up hotel in Santiago del Estero's budget area. Climbing the stairs to the lobby, potential guests are greeted by the native-motif sculptures by artist Irinaldo that deck the walls. Hotel Avenida offers two types of accommodations. In the sector empresarial,
  • Hotel Zamora
    Hotel Zamora is a fairly good option for travelers on a budget but also in the need of a bit of privacy. The single rooms can feel cramped, but have a private bathroom and cable TV for approximately $20. Doubles are available for a few bucks more. There is also parking available.
  • City Hotel
    This hotel is nicely located away from the hustle and bustle surrounding Plaza Independencia but is only a 5-10 minute walk to the action. It is also a decent mid-range choice at about $15 for a single. Doubles, triples and quadruples are also available, and all have a private bathroom, telephone, a
  • Hotel Selby
    Hotel Selby's entry awning is a hint of the old-fashioned reception this mid-range hostel gives its guests. The entry is intimate and dimly lit, but the greeting warm to travelers arriving here. Hotel Selby is on the corner of one of the city's main avenues and the Peatonal Rivadavia pedestrian mal
  • Hotel Cuesta Del Viento
    Hotel Cuesta del Viento is one of several mid-priced hotels on Avenida España Sur, near the old train depot. Like a round box opening itself to arriving tourists, Cuesta del Viento invites its guests to relax in its finely decorated rooms with comfortable, box spring beds. The clean accommodations
  • Residencial Florida
    Residencial Florida is a small, basic hotel three blocks north of the main square. Most of the guests here are long-term residents who look questioningly at the rare foreigner who drops in for a night or two. All rooms share the common baths, which could be cleaner. Accommodations are a bit tattere

  • Pensión 9 De Julio
    Pensión 9 de Julio owes its name to the park, Plaza 9 de Julio, right across the street. This hotel is prefaced by a walled patio with grape arbor, a wonderful place to relax and people-watch. Guest rooms of Pensión 9 de Julio are small and basically furnished, but all have private bath and cable
  • Solares De Maipú
    Just two blocks from Maipú's main plaza, Apart-hotel Solares De Maipú is the only hotel located within the microcenter. Its 16 spacious apartment-style rooms are clean and comfortable. They are also available at a fraction of the price of similar hotels in Mendoza. Sadly, the hotel lacks any unex
  • Posada Cavieres
    This small three-room bed and breakfast in the picturesque vineyard of Coquimbito can house a maximum of 12 people. Posada Caviere's spacious garden is an excellent place to relax under the sun, while more ambitious guests can either grab a complimentary bike to ride to a nearby winery or take a 4x
  • Anexo Mitru
    The baby sister of the larger, more posh Hotel Mitru, Anexo Mitru is still a solid choice. Rates at the Anexo are cheaper than at the main hotel, but guests are still treated to breakfast at Restaurant Los Helechos, use of the pool at Hotel Mitru, luggage storage, access to a safe box, and cable TV.
  • Jardines de Uyuni
    Jardines might be the most unique lodging option in Uyuni. Built around a courtyard, it has adobe walls and beds, interesting wall paintings, and all sorts of trinkets placed in every room. There is also a bar area, a jacuzzi, sauna, indoor pool and hammocks to lounge in.
  • Patricios Artistic Hotel
    ($25-$75) The small Patricios Artistic Hotel puts a unique twist on local culture by featuring colorful wall paintings, pictures, and local music throughout its property. The imagery depicts different aspects of the nearby landscapes, wineries, and mountains. Rooms all feature air conditioning, a r
  • Cabañas Valle Lunlunta
    The rural location gives these cabañas a laidback atmosphere that is best enjoyed when the hustle and bustle of Mendoza city becomes overwhelming. Spacious cabins are surrounded by a green garden, and the outdoor pool is the perfect place to either work on a tan or escape the summer heat. A short
  • Bambi Hotel
    Seemingly named after Disney's famous film, Bambi Hotel comes complete with a neon deer fawn sign on its aged walls. Rooms are basic but both clean and inexpensive, while a small restaurant serves guests a complimentary breakfast and an optional nightly dinner. It's located kitty-corner to the main
  • Los Girasoles Hotel
    If you've got a bit of extra cash to spend on accommodations in Uyuni, Los Girasoles is a comfortable option. With spacious wood-paneled rooms, big beds, hot water available all day and heaters in each of the rooms to help you thaw out, Girasoles is a nice escape from the bitter cold. Also feature
  • Hotel Los Condores
    Located on General Las Heras, Hotel Los Condores sits one block east of the Ruta 7 intersection that marks the center of Uspallata. Although it's an older building, the hotel appears surprisingly modern. Warm feather duvets keep guests warm throughout the winter, despite poor heating. Most English v
  • Hotel San Jorge
    This three-star hotel attracts many families and couples looking for a comfortable and quiet place to relax. The hotel highlights the outdoors through its six hectare garden that features over 200 different species of plants and through large windows in the rooms that have great views of the Juní
  • Casino Magic Hotel
    Casino Magic offers the only five star hotel in the city. Luxurious rooms include cushy beds, flat-screen televisions, and jacuzzi bathtubs. Each room includes wireless internet access and cable TV. The facilities include a pool, a gourmet restaurant and a spa and fitness center. These top of t
  • Hotel El Prado
    Although the cheaper rooms may feel dated, Hotel El Prado provides a great night's sleep for as little as $80 for a double. More expensive and updated rooms can cost at much as $150, but the cheaper rooms provide the same conveniences for nearly half the price. Located only one block away from th
  • Hue Melen
    As the only three-star option and the largest hotel in town, Hue Melen offers guests the greatest range of room types. Doubles, triples, suites, apartment style, and handicap accessible rooms are all available. Rates rise from mid-July to mid-August and from mid-December to March during high occu
  • Hotel Del Comahue
    The only luxury hotel located in downtown Neuquen is Hotel Del Comahue, which offers guests a central location downtown, an outdoor pool, a wine bar and restaurant, and a business center. The hotel is also conveniently located only 10 minutes from the airport. Del Comahue attracts businessmen and
  • Plaza Esquel Hosteria and Spa
    Plaza Esquel Hosteria and Spa is a hotel set back on a quiet corner of the main road coming into town. The serenity of the location extends to the interior of the hotel. The rooms are clean but basic. The hosteria aspect of the accommodations makes it less glitzy then most spas but the price reflec
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    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
  • 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
  • Hotel Uspallata
    Hostel Uspallata sits on the eastern edge of Uspallata, along the Ruta 7. Its comfortable but basic rooms are similar to those found in most Hostelling International affiliated hostels, but large common spaces and riverside outdoor spaces are welcoming. A small kitchen makes a daily dinner at afford
  • Morada del Sol
    Exclusive Hotel 15Km from El Bolson in a place called Costa del Rio Azul. Morada del Sol is a tourist center placed in 9 hectares with unique charasteristics where you can enjoy outdoors activities combined with a relax in our SPA
  • 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
  • Toñito Hotel
    With the excellent Minuteman Pizza located on the premises, Toñito is a convenient and comfortable spot to spend the night. Rooms are colorful and clean and hot water is available all day. Try to book ahead of time - the place gets filled with tour groups.
  • La Estancia
    La Estancia is great for travelers in search of a mid-range lodging option. Both a hosteria and cabins are available. The four-room hosteria is very clean and well-kept as it was only built in 2009. The beautiful cabins include full kitchens, can sleep groups of up to six and are a real bargain
  • Dormy Houses
    There are a number of these with names like Laquir, Liguen, Milla, and Payen, and they are the mountain's most affordable options. Naturally they are further from the lifts, but nothing is really too far from the lifts in Las Leñas. The rooms are stripped down and filled w
  • Hotel Virgo
    Hotel Virgo is the newest hotel in Las Leñas and is a nice divergence from the dated architecture and interior design of most of the ski area's accommodations. With 105 rooms, it is a massive presence at the bottom of the main part of the mountain. It's also just a short w
  • International Park Hotel
    The International Park Hotel is the most convenient place for your stay in Oruro--if you don't plan on stepping foot outside of the bus terminal. With its entrance on the second floor of the dull looking transport hub, the International Park Hotel is surprisingly expensive for its very dated decaden
  • Magic Stone
    This Danish-run guesthouse is small and cozy, with just two distinct rooms. The Blue Room has a double bed and blue accents, while The Red Room has one double bed and one single bed and red decorative touches. Both have cable TV, a private bathroom with hot water, and a private outdoor space with h
  • La Esperanza
    Centrally located and well-established - La Esperanza has been in business since 1938 - this pleasant old posada is a favorite among young travelers in San Rafael. Just 3 blocks from the bus station, La Esperanza has a nice courtyard with flowering trees and plants and a number of clean, si
  • Hotel Nuevo Mundo
    Hotel Nuevo Mundo is San Rafael's the newest addition to San Rafael's selection of hotels and the most slickly designed. The hotel's sweeping stainless steel exterior ornaments look a bit out of place amongst San Rafael's buildings, but the hotel is trying for something different. Fittingly, it pro
  • Tower Inn & Suites
    Tower Inn & Suites is the best higher end option and caters to the Las Leñas crowd. Package deals in the winter and summer are available that include nights at the hotel and trips to the ski area. The hotel claims to offer all the amenities of an ‘international hotel', and is one of the few pl
  • Grand Hotel Sucre
    While the much anticipated Hotel Eden remains incomplete and unopen, the long established Gran Hotel Sucre remains the best place to stay in town. The rooms in this large hotel (125 beds) all have cable TV and private bathrooms, and the hotel also has two conference rooms. The facilities at the hote
  • Hotel Samay Wasi
    Oruro's Hostelling International-affiliated hotel is close to the train station, though it's not exactly the typical backpacker scene. The price is higher than the budget-traveler (and typical Oruro) range, and the furniture in the front lobby suggests an upscale clientele. The most economical room
  • Winca's Hotel
    Head here for a fantastic, funky and colorful budget hostel that opened its doors in 2003. It is a nice place to meet other early to mid-twenty year old travelers, and the friendly staff will help arrange excursions around Mendoza. Rooms are clean and well-lit, and there is even a ping pong table, k
  • Damajuana Hostel
    Damajuana Hostel attracts a more youthful crowd looking to save some cash and meet up with other globetrotters in the dorm-style rooms. There is also a bar that serves fast drinks to thirsty patrons, and a decent on-site restaurant as well. A bed in a dorm cost approximately $10, while a double run
  • Residencial San Miguel
    Ideally located on a quiet street half way between the city center and train station, Residencial San Miguel is one of Oruro's better budget options. San Miguel's dated, sparsely-furnished single and double rooms, some with private bathrooms, are haphazardly arranged around a central staircase. The
  • Residencial Bonaventura
    Straight out the bus terminal doors and across Calle 21 de Enero, Residencial Bonaventura is one of many basic accommodations to consider if just passing through Oruro via bus. While there is no on-site restaurant, Bonaventura isn't a bad choice, with cable TV, hot showers, and single (60 Bs. / 40 B
  • Hotel Puerta del Sol
    The 77-room Hotel Puerta del Sol offers all the luxury anyone would need. It is sparkling clean and rooms contain all the first-class amenities such as internet, cable TV, private bathrooms and fluffy pillows. There is a breakfast buffet, bar, laundry service and air condition in the hotel as well.
  • El Eden Cabañas
    Just a few kilometers out of San Rafael's city center lies El Eden. It is on a side street off Route 143 where almost no traffic passes and just a short bike ride away from most of San Rafael's important wineries. Bikes can be rented on-site. All around the quiet refuge, vineyards spread for miles w
  • Hotel Los Ceibos
    Los Ceibos is one of the more upscale options near the center of Tarija. Its rooms perhaps don't justify the hefty price tag attached to them, but the hotel's facilities and amenities, including WiFi, a heated outdoor pool, a sauna and meeting rooms, distinguish it from its cheaper competition. It b
  • Hostal Carmen
    The entrance hall to the Carmen is like a massive living room-sofas and TVs and equally massive potted plants. The rooms are clean, spacious and tastefully decorated and the bathrooms are big, sparkling and have hot water. This place is great value for the money. There's a travel agent on site and t
  • Hosteria España
    The airy Hosteria España is on a quiet street in the north of town. The rooms with a private bathroom come complete with cable TV, wardrobe, warm showers, bedside table, coatrack and towel-all for a bargain $7. There are also singles and doubles with shared bathrooms. All rooms face an open courtya
  • Residencial Rosario
    This Tarijan institution offers rooms with shared bathrooms, which surround an open courtyard, for $5 per person. You are almost guaranteed a hot shower, since they have a centralized water heating water system, a rarity in Bolivian budget accommodations. The toilets are kept nice and clean. Plus,
  • Hotel Acuario
    Hotel Acuario sits right at the bottom of the mountain and you can ski right into the ski check. Simple, comfortable rooms look out on an impressive panorama of the mountain and the service is efficient if not friendly. A bar upstairs is mostly used by locals to fill their thermos for mate, but drin
  • Hotel Mitru
    Hotel Mitru is considered Tupiza's most upscale option. It has a pool (which the hotel claims to be “solar heated,” but is still cold), and a great buffet breakfast is included in the room rate. The rooms are equipped with hot showers and cable TV, and the hotel also has a book exchange an
  • Solar Maiten
    As a newly built apartment-style hotel, Solar Maiten is great for a relaxing weekend. The rooms are immaculate, the outdoor pool is refreshing, and the indoor Jacuzzi is seducing. Outside each room, a parrilla invites guests to try their hand at the Argentinean art of asado. The owners, a p
  • Oasis del Sol
    There are numerous campgrounds around San Rafael, but for those looking to rough it, but not so much, there are places like Oasis del Sol. The campground provides bathrooms with hot water, lights, power hookups, telephones, and grills for outdoor cooking. In the hot summer months, there is a large s
  • Hostal Loma de San Juan
    It may not look like much from the outside, but this homey hotel offers large, bright rooms with comfy beds, pleasant views and clean, tiled bathrooms. There's a garden downstairs, with a swimming pool, and deck chairs to sit and enjoy the surroundings. They also have a covered BBQ area. The staff
  • Hotel Los Parrales
    If you have money burning a hole in your pocket, Hotel Los Parrales, located across the river from the center of Tarija, is a good place to spend it. The hotel bills itself as a resort, but with its meeting rooms, computer center and WiFi (common areas only), it is also well-equipped for business tr
  • Hostal Miraflores
    Right in the center of town, near the Mercado Central, the clean Hostal Miraflores has 30 rooms spread over four floors. Rooms with shared bathroom are less than $5 (Bs30) per person and come with breakfast. There's also a communal room downstairs where you can watch TV. They have singles, doubles a
  • Hotel del Sol
    Hotel del Sol could easily be a hotel in Buenos Aires or Europe with its modern, minimalist design and spacious feel. The rooms are as sharply designed as the rest of the building, and they are immaculately clean with crisp, white bedding. Some rooms have balconies overlooking the delightful chaos o
  • La Posta del Cholo
    Set in the picturesque Valle Grande, La Posta del Cholo has a number of cabins that sleep four or eight people. To make it economical, it's best to go with a group and fill the cabin. Valle Grande is the heart of adventure sports in San Rafael and the place is geared towards young people looking to
  • Gran Hostal Baldiviezo
    Strategically placed in between the plaza and the cathedral, the Gran Hostal Baldiviezo has a great location. The more expensive rooms have balconies overlooking the street below; from here you can see these notable landmarks. The rooms feel like they could be in someone's house, right down to the f
  • Hotel La Fontana
    Situated in Guayaquil's downtown banking district (a.k.a. “a well-guarded area”) just three blocks from Malecón 2000 and one block from 9 de Octubre, Hotel La Fontana is the best located hotel in its price range and its boutique style is a breath of fresh air from the mundane chain hotel
  • Hotel Bolivar
    The airy, tranquil Hotel Bolivar is a pleasant retreat from the busy streets of San Telmo. A former private home, the hotel has an inviting shabby-chic interiorâ??the chipping paint of its cheery yellow walls is all part of the charm. Rooms are sparsely decorated but clean and spacious, and the af
  • Hotel Albatros
    The Albatros, along with its next-door-neighbor the Hotel San Francisco, represents the least expensive lodging option in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. The rooms are all located on the third floor or higher, making this a bad choice for those who can't climb a couple flights of stairs. The rooms are bas
  • Grand Hotel Chatham
    The Grand Hotel Chatham is about as close to a luxury hotel as you'll find in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. It has a pool, the rooms are pleasant enough and the prices can be a bit steep during high season. It's recently (2011) had a complete overhaul and renovation but it's already beginning to show a
  • Hotel Marina Villa del Río
    Hotel Marina Villa del Río is a top-of-the-line lodging option in Valdivia. On the far bank of the Río Calle-Calle in the Los Ánimos section of the city, Villa del Río's rooms have beautiful views of the Avenida Costanera and boats treading the river's waters. As its name implies, this is also
  • Cabañas Sepé
    If you want to stay in the peaceful Balneario Iporá but prefer the comfort that a tent cannot provide, these cabañas offer great value, especially during the week. Cabins are available for two to seven people, each with two bedrooms, and come with a full
  • Cabañas Aguas Blancas
    Cabañas Aguas Blancas is a small affair: only two cabins for up to five persons set at the base of a hill near the outskirts if town. Each has a master bedroom on the first floor and another bedroom in the loft. Have your breakfast on the front porch while watching the sunrise. In cool evenings, cu
  • Hotel San Francisco
    At the bottom end of the hotel spectrum is the Hotel San Francisco, a basic, no-frills place that happens to be the cheapest place in town. It's well-located, right on the main drag across from the malecón. Rooms are blocky and unattractive, but most of them have a TV with five or six local channe
  • Casa De Nelly
    This friendly hotel has a bed and breakfast sort of feel to it. The rooms are your standard San Cristobal cell-like affair, but an effort to keep them airy and attractive has been made, and there is a large marine mural on the wall downstairs adding a splash of color to the place. There are a varie
  • Casa Baronesa
    Casa Baronesa is a gorgeous, two-story and three-bedroom house which overlooks its own little piece of the beach right on the waterfront of Puerto Villamil. The creature comforts and service that are catered to your individual (or group) needs here are remarkable. Ranging anywhere from tours and ac
  • Hotel San Vicente
    For a tourist class hotel on Isla Isabela, San Vicente does a pretty good job. Picnic tables and hammocks line the courtyard and a raised, open-air dining room serves both breakfast and dinner to guests. Single and double rooms come with air conditioning and private bathrooms. Singles go for $25 a n
  • Los Robles Spa
    In the heart of Chile's Seven Lakes district is Los Robles Centro Turístico, which has four fully equipped cabañas for two to six guests. This resort also is a natural spa, with two cypress wood hot tubs. To help you relax after days of trekking and climbing volcanoes have a massage by the st
  • Hospedaje Plaucio
    Plaucio is an eccentric local artist who has built a couple of concrete rooms near his home, which is located on the main street leading from town to the new municipal dock. What the four simple rooms lack in amenities, they make up in character, thanks to the friendly, one-of-a-kind Plaucio, who i
  • Hotel Mar Azul
    An undistinguished little place a couple blocks off the main drag, the Mar Azul used to include the two buildings that are now the Grand Hotel Paraiso Insular, but for whatever reason the management split them up. The Mar Azul got the short end of the stick, settling for one low structure full of t
  • Grand Hotel Paraiso Insular
    Don't let the fancy name intimidate you: the Grand Hotel Paraiso Insular is an above-average hotel with two locations almost across the street from one another on Avenida Alsacio Northia: try to get into the newer building if you can (it's the one a little farther from town). The rooms in the newer
  • Pensión Bertíz
    The most central hospedaje offers no more than its rivals for the extra price it charges, other than its excellent location and being the only one with an actual reception desk. It is simple and clean, the beds are acceptable, and you can opt for a room with or without a private bathroom. The staff
  • Pensión Su Casa
    If you want to be closer to the north of town, near the main plaza and museums, this is your best budget find. The bedrooms are clean with two reasonable beds and a small TV, while bathrooms are shared and there is a communal kitchen. Prices are per person, even if a single traveler has a room to t
  • Hotel El Belen
    Hotel El Belen, about two blocks from the bus station on Calle Reyes, is a cozy and comfortable family-run hotel with cable TV in every room. All except two rooms have private bathrooms. Set around a colorful, plant-adorned courtyard, El Belen's rooms are a bit outdated and some could benefit from
  • El Arca Verde
    El Arca Verde, The Green Ark is the name of an organic, bio-dynamic farm outside of Villa de Leyva. Guests lodge in the maloka, a traditional, round indigenous hut made of earth, stone and reused materials. The restaurant serves dishes prepared from the farm's produce. The common room serves as
  • Ross Hotel
    A four-story building on the main plaza, Ross Hotel was inspired by big-chain American hotels. Its 17 rooms all have private bathrooms and cable TV, and guests can borrow DVDs and a DVD player from reception to watch movies in their rooms. Ask for a room with a view of the plaza and the waterfall i
  • Hostal Residencial Lucy
    A family-run hotel with some of the cheapest rates in Baños for private rooms, Hostal Residencial Lucy has dark, dank rooms with saggy mattresses and tiny bathrooms. On the plus side, it is well-located, right between the two plazas and half a block from the supermarket. Each room comes with cable
  • Hostel Transilvania
    At first, one wonders whether it's a good idea to opt for a hostel called Transilvania in the middle of Ecuador. But don't be mistaken by the name (which actually means "forest") because this hostel has a great reputation in Baños. In the morning, pull up a log seat and sit down at one of the five
  • Hostal Donde Iván
    The highlight of this place is its third floor restaurant with a spectacular panoramic view of the countryside. A terrace garden, located on the fourth and fifth floor, is also a great place to sit and relax with a good book or friends. The hostel has single, double and triple rooms, and a restaura
  • Gala Hotel
    Gala Hotel is located on a quiet street to the southeast of the center of Baños. The hotel has a sterile, modern feel, but what Gala lacks in character it makes up for in comfort and cleanliness. The 20 rooms are spacious and all have TVs with cable. Ask for one of the two rooms with a balcony and
  • Hostel Plantas y Blanco's "World"
    Hostel Plantas y Blanco "World" is three different hostels in one, all within a few blocks of one another. One part has a terrace, cafetería and a steam bath; the second has Internet/WiFi, a fireplace and a small garden; and the third has WiFi, a communal kitchen, a terrace with a small pool, a fi
  • Hotel Cuello de Luna
    Cuello de Luna, four kilometers (2.4 mi) west of the main entrance to Parque Nacional Cotopaxi, is a convenient base for exploring the national park, climbing Cotopaxi, visiting the indigenous markets of Saquisili and Zumbahua, hiking around the Quilotoa crater, as well as leisurely day hikes and
  • Hacienda Hato Verde
    The Mora-Bowen family opens the doors of their 150-year-old country home, Hacienda Hato Verde, to discerning travelers. In keeping with the original style of the old house, there are 10 luxurious rooms, each one with beds dressed in goose-feather pillows and comforters, private bathroom and firepla
  • El Otro Lado
    El Otro Lado is set within a private reserve of the same name, which is only accessible to hotel guests. The reserve has numerous nature trails that lead to waterfalls and cross rivers, and is home to many species of birds and butterflies. El Otro Lado has just three cabins, one of which is fully f
  • Hospedaje El Progreso
    A bit closer to the center, and with the benefit of access to a shared kitchen, El Progreso is another basic but clean find. It also charges per person, but has rooms with one to six firm beds so this could be good for families or large groups. Bathrooms are shared with other rooms, but there are p
  • Hospedaje
    If you just want the cheapest bed in town, this is it. Rooms have two beds and a clean bathroom, which is a good deal compared to others. Beds are narrow but reasonable, and the location is quite far down, opposite the hospital. Price is per person, so a single traveler doesn't need to pay for the
  • Hacienda Leito
    Whether you're an adventurer in search of a relaxing break or a couple looking for a romantic getaway, Hacienda Leito can cater to your needs. This spectacular hacienda is located just three hours south of Quito, and conveniently close to Ecuador's rainforest and the hulking Tungurhua Volcano. It of
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  • The Wooden House/la Casa De Palo
    The Wooden House is a small but nice-looking hotel on the outskirts of Puerto Villamil on the way to the new municipal dock. As of recently it is under new, more professional management who have made a lot of positive changes to the place. As you might guess from the name, it's made of volcanic sto
  • 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 del Lago
    The Casa del Lago is part of an effort by owner Elena Albarado to offer tourists alternatives that emphasize social and cultural responsibility. Suites are rented on a daily, weekly or even monthly basis. All have private terraces with gardens, fully-stocked kitchens, WiFi, TV with cable, and styli
  • Galápagos Safari Camp
    This camp in the highlands of Santa Cruz has eight luxury tents, each with their own private bathroom and balcony. Lounge by the campfire or swim in the infinity pool that overlooks the sea. The Galápagos Safari camp will assist with excursions from the camp to nearby farms, the highlands or lowlan
  • Apart Hotel Geminis
    Apart Hotel Geminis is representative of numerous condo-style accommodations available in Las Leñas. Geminis, like most other places here, provides large rooms with beds throughout, a small fridge, a microwave, and laundry services. Geminis also has a heated pool, but some
  • The Royal Palm Hotel

    The Royal Palm Hotel is tucked in the jungle-like brush on Santa Cruz island in the Galápagos. It's a secluded hideaway for luxury travelers, providing high class service in accordance with the awe-inspiring environment of the islands. Hotel Royal Palm consists of ten exclusive vil

  • 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
  • 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 Las Palmas
    Hostal Las Palmas is a simple and convenient lodging option in Puyo. All rooms have private bathroom, hot water and cable television, and some have big balconies. Cabin-style rooms are a bit more expensive but are roomier and have more furniture. The onsite cafeteria, where the included breakfast i
  • Exclusive Bogota Lodging
    Great, modern, clean, and convenient apartment with 2 rooms available for rent (separately or together) from 4 days up to 3 weeks. Excellent location and good price versus a hotel. Practically new establishment.
  • El Pigual
    For what El Pigual offers its guests, it is a bit overpriced. There are other places in the area that offer similar, if not better, accommodations for a much better price. However, if there is nothing else available and you have money to spare, it is not a bad place to end up at all. All rooms, ran
  • Tiputini Biodiversity Station
    Tiputini Biodiversity Station, founded in 1994, is part of San Francisco University of Quito, one of the premier schools of higher education in Ecuador. It is a complete scientific and research facility, boasting a conference room, lecture facilities, and an air-conditioned computer room. TBS ow
  • Casa El Amparo
    A locally owned, small, homey retreat, El Amparo accommodates two to six people. It has a master bedroom that has a double bed and a bathroom. The living room has a fold out sofa-bed and two convertible chair beds while the kitchen has anything you will need. Linen and daily cleaning service is in
  • Tres Casitas Apartahotel
    Tres Casitas has ten fully furnished and equipped apartments close to San Andrés' nightlife district. While the furnishings are somewhat dated, the location is unrivaled. The swimming pool and the balconies in every apartment are a nice touch and the communal areas are well-maintained. Right d
  • Casaguaymare Apartment
    Casa Guaymaré is an apartment/house for temporary visits to the city of Mendoza. For tourism, business or simply a short visit, you will be welcomed by our family. The house has 2 bedrooms with space and equipment for 6 people, a dining room, kitchen, bathroom, and washroom. It also has a TV, musi
  • Puerta de Hierro
    This exclusive beach neighborhood is located 150m from the sea side, and is only 3 hours from Buenos Aires. It's a little neighborhood with seven, two-story homes about 700m from downtown Mar de Ajo and the casino, and includes 24-hour security. The houses have two huge rooms, a large kitchen with d
  • La Casa De Marita
    Back in the day, the casa de Marita was just about the only place you could stay in tiny Puerto Villamil. Marita and her family had a head start on other lodging options in town, and they have made good use of it. What was once a little guesthouse has evolved into a classy, well-run beachfront hote
  • Brisas Del Mar
    Brisas del mar is a typical Isabela Hotel, in so much as it's been built out of concrete in someone's back yard. That being said, it's not too bad. An effort has been made to make the rooms as attractive as possible, the management/lady who lives there is friendly and the prices are reasonable for
  • Hotel La Laguna
    Hotel La Laguna One of the newer and spiffier places in town is La Laguna, which offers a view of one of the salt lagoons instead of the ocean. The rooms are clean and neat, and offer just about everything a traveler could want, such as hot water, private bathroom, air conditioning, cable TV
  • Hotel Albemarle
    Location is everything, and Hotel Albemarle has the best location of any hotel on Isabela Island. It's right between the beach and the main park, where all the action is (or whatever action tiny Puerto Villamil has to offer, anyway). It has an impressive façade, and the interior is stately if a
  • Hotel Sol Isabela
    A friendly, airy, whitewashed beach hotel with a good location, Sol Isabela is a good choice in the middle price range, especially as it's flanked by the much more expensive Red Mangrove and Casa de Marita. It's located a half-block from the old pier, so it has good access to town. Of the eleven ro
  • George's Corner Inn/rincon De George
    Yet another half-assed family affair with blocky rooms, George's Corner Inn is located across from the municipal buildings and central park. On my visit, the owner passed on answering my questions to run off and play soccer: I think that's all you need to know about the level of professionalism you
  • Jardines de Olon
    Fourteen miles of pristine sand beach, less than a hundred feet away from the private house. It is in exquisite condition with three bedroom and three bathrooms, which fits up to eight people, a grand balcony and lush gardens, all fully maintained and guarded. There is a vaulted, hardwood interior
  • Baires Apartments
    If you're in a couple or group, then it may make sense to rent an apartment for your time in the city. A two-bedroom place (sleeps four people) with Baires Apartments starts from about $100 USD per person per week. Towels and bed sheets are all in place, and most of the accommodatio
  • Crossman Hotel
    The Crossman Hotel offers you a new lodging alternative in Isla Santa Cruz, with capacity for 30 passengers distributed in double, triple, quadruple, double and simple comfort in a comfortable atmosphere that will make your stay an unforgettable experience. The rooms are equipped with air condi
  • International Nest
    International Nest is the only high end vacation rental company in Buenos Aires. It offers incredible houses and apartments in Buenos Aires. It prides itself in having the best service in Buenos Aires for owners and renters. International Nest reliable and select only the best properties. Internati
  • Maidith Galapagos Apartments And Suites
    Don't let the name fool you: Maidith is a hotel, not a set of apartments or suites for long-term rental (although it seems they used to be). What's more, it's a very nice hotel and one of the better deals in Puerto Ayora. Maidith is about as different from other Galapagos hotels as it is possible
  • Finch Bay Eco Hotel
    One of the newer deluxe hotels in the islands, Finch Bay is owned and operated by the prestigious Metropolitan Touring, an Ecuadorian tour company that also owns three luxury Galapagos yachts. The Finch Bay hotel is a first-class facility tucked away on Playa de los Alemanes, or “German Beach
  • Hotel Miconia
    Hotel Miconia is one of the better visitor options in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. The rooms are nice, the staff friendly, and you'll find a Jacuzzi, small exercise room and bar there. On mainland Ecuador the prices would be scandalous for what you get, but they're pretty fair by Galapagos standards. T
  • Casa Natura
    One of the better options in the upper-middle price range in Puerto Ayora, Casa Natura is a clean, attractive, well-run place a few blocks off of the main street. The rooms are spacious, airy and clean, there's a pool and a small restaurant and the beds are comfortable. Like most of the nicer hotel
  • Hotel Casa Blanca
    If you happen to get into Baños late at night, you might find that many of the hostels will already be closed. Fortunately, Hotel Casa Blanca is only blocks from the bus station and has an open-door policy late into the night. Rooms are comfortable and roomy, with hot showers and a TV. The staff i
  • Posada J
    Previously called Posada El Marques, Posada J is a comfortable, friendly hotel at the end of a quiet street. Rooms are large and well-lit, with private bathrooms and cable TV, and a few rooms have balconies with views of the falls (ask for #12 if you can get it). Conveniently close to Piscina de La
  • La Posada de Tigua
    An old sprawling hacienda, La Posada de Tigua is a working farm-turned-guesthouse with an authentic feel and a warm host. While this place may sound a bit pricey for the region, it's worth it, and rates include a delicious breakfast and dinner. Cozy rooms of varying décor and layout make up the fi
  • Samaipata side - Southern Parque Amboró
    Refugio Los Volcanes - With over 270 species are bird in the area, Refugio Los Volcanes is a great base for bird watching. There are also orchids and bromeliads and a wealth of animals. It's situated in a deep valley with many different trails to explore the surroundings. There is a colonial style l
  • Princesa Toa
    The only hostel located down on the actual lakeside, Princesa Toa is organized by the Fundacion Ecuatoriana del Habitat. It is run by local community members and all profits are invested back into the community. Though accommodations are rustic (bathrooms are outdoors), the indigenous locals who wo
  • Hostal Chosita
    Hostal Chosita is a pink two-storey building halfway up the hill to the crater. Rooms have private bath and rates include breakfast and dinner, but the place is bleak and lacks the rustic charm of other similarly-priced hotels.
  • Pacha Mama
    A basic but decent option run by an amicable local family, Pacha Mama is the second to last stop on the left as you approach the crater. Four upstairs rooms are surprisingly warm for the area as heat is carried up and radiated through a large metal pipe. That said, it's still downright chilly at ni
  • Hotel Oro Verde
    Above one of the village's most popular lunch spots is one of the larger hostels in Zambuhua, the Oro Verde. Staff are a little brusque and despite the attached restaurant breakfast isn't included, but the rooms have private bath and are fine for a night or two.
  • Hostal Richard
    Hostal Richard is a small but friendly family-run place on the corner of the square opposite the church. Two large dorm rooms, a double, and a triple share bathrooms and a kitchen.
  • Hostal Tungurahua
    This three-story house offers very basic rooms for $5 a night. Let them know in advance if you'd like meals during your stay, and they'll make arrangements.
  • Hostal Jardín de los Andes
    A large colorful sign hanging above the corner store near the center of town marks Hostal Jardín de los Andes (formerly called Residencial Tourismo). This is about the only shop in town and probably your best bet for sleeping and eating if you decide to stay overnight in Sigchos. The large buildin
  • 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
  • Hostal Mama Hilda
    A lovely complex of clean and cozy rooms with spectacular views and the warmest of hosts, you're sure to be taken care of and then some at Mama Hilda's. Running the place is a full-out family affair with hearty group meals in a homey dining room, and Mama herself seemingly everywhere at once, ensur
  • Hostal Condor Matzi
    Though this hostel seems a little worn and tired, the top balcony offers great views for people-watching during the weekend market, and a generous supply of blankets is provided to ward off the chilly nights. Ask around at the corner store if you arrive and no one is there to let you in. Even if
  • Posada Blanquita
    Posada Blanquita is a relatively new addition to Chugchilán's smattering of hotel options. You'll find it in a pleasant, airy building opposite the bus terminal. The hotel's restaurant takes up the first floor; head upstairs (don't be put off by the scruffy back courtyard) and you'll find spacious
  • Quilotoa Crater Lake Lodge
    A diamond in the rough of the concrete village that is Quilotoa, the Crater Lake Lodge is undoubtedly the nicest place to spend a cold, windy Quilotoa night. The hacienda-style lodge was built with respect for the environment and lush surrounding area in mind, and offers clean and comfortable doubl
  • Hosteria Alpaca
    One of the newer accommodation options in the village, the Hosteria Alpaca has some of the most pleasant rooms of any of the Quilotoa hotels, with comfy beds, wood-burning stoves and beautiful views (for the latter, ask for an upstairs room). There's a large communal living area where breakfast and
  • Serere Lodge
    Serere is a stunning private reserve located two hours by boat from Rurrenabaque. It's being used by Bolivian conservationists as a base for saving rainforest to the north. Serere Lodge allows tourists to appreciate the restored biodiversity while generating income for the conservation work. Cabins
  • Hotel Lago Azul
    If El Ejecutivo is full, head up the road to Hotel Lago Azul. The rates are more than double but, considering breakfast is included and are all rooms have private bath, cable TV and WiFi, are still reasonable. The location is convenient too. Rooms err on the basic side though and are somewhat garis
  • Rancho de Carolina
    The peaceful Rancho de Carolina is set back on a small dirt road, away from nearby Pan-American Highway. The ranch, located among the green mountains of the Imbarabura province, offers a place to retreat from the hustle of Ibarra and Quito. The hotel has a pool, hydro massage, tennis court and pool
  • Hacienda Lulunqui
    Nestled in the rugged Andes Mountains of northern Ecuador, Hacienda Lulunqui is a working dairy farm and hacienda offering spectacular accommodation, coupled with scenic views and the option of touring nearby sites like Otavalo, Cuicocha and Cotacachi. Surrounded by stunning scenery, the Hacienda a
  • Hostal del Bosque
    Clean, comfortable, and convenient, this apart hotel offers basic accommodations at a fair price. The spacious two-room suites, which can house up to four people, are somewhat bland in décor, but come equipped with large bathrooms, separate living areas, and basic kitchenettes. A limited number o
  • La Casa del Balcon
    Most people that dream of converting a seaside cottage into the perfect Bed and Breakfast would come up with a final product that ended up looking somewhat like La Casa del Balcon. Taste in design and style differs but the spirit would remain the same. The cozy houses features a shared living room
  • Hotel Nueva Estancia
    Hotel Nueva Estancia is a deceptively spacious hotel overlooking the pleasant Parque La Merced. Unfortunately, its location is probably its best asset however, as inside it feels a little run down; rooms are gloomy, and most only have internal windows. But staff is cheerful and, for the price (espe
  • Imbabura
    Travelers on a budget, or those interested in spending the night in a charming but run-down colonial house, should make their way to Imbabura. The hotel has an interior courtyard, soaring ceilings and a distinct monastery-like feel. Rooms are simple, and all have shared bath (the bathrooms could d
  • Hacienda Hotel Gourmet Umbria
    Umbria is a historic Ecuadorian Hacienda: it once belonged to noted philanthropist Maria Augusta Urrutia. It's a top-of-the-line stop on the luxury tourisim circuit, and it will cost you accordingly. Still, if the price tag is in your range, you'll enjoy first-class service, quality food, top-notch
  • Rumipamba de las Rosas Hacienda
    Located 30 minutes south of Latacunga in the quiet town of Salcedo, this converted ranch offers guests a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy the beautiful countryside.The eclectic lodge blends modern amenities with creatively decorated and recycled antiques, offering guests a comfortable and eco-friendly
  • Buena Vista side - Northern Parque Nacional Amboró
    There are a number of camp options in the northern part of Parque Nacional Amboró, all of which are run by local communities. You can go with a tour agent, or contact the communities directly. Transport can usually be arranged to pick you up from Buena Vista. Keep in mind that you are not allowed t
  • Hotel Ajavi
    Hotel Ajavi is one of Ibarra's nicest hotels, with rates that are lower than would be expected from a hotel of this quality. It has many luxury features, including a huge outdoor pool, gym and spa facilities, playing fields and games rooms. Rooms are spacious and light, and come with private bath,
  • Hostal El Ejecutivo
    Hostal El Ejectivo has been owned and operated by the Chacon family of Ibarra for over 30 years, and is a clean, comfortable establishment with hospitable staff. There are 16 rooms in total, all with private bath and cable TV (there's no WiFi though). Some rooms have a balcony overlooking the city
  • Hotel Montecarlo
    Centrally located, Hotel Montecarlo is a spacious establishment with 33 rooms and two suites, all of which have private bathrooms, cable TV and WiFi. While not a luxury retreat, the establishment is a solid option in the mid-range category, and the facilities (jacuzzi, Turkish Spa, sauna and swimmi
  • Hostería Ecologica Gilocarmelo
    With 14 rooms set around a pretty garden and large grounds with 70 tree species, Hostería Ecologica Gilocarmelo is a tranquil and naturally beautiful retreat, complete with a covered swimming pool and sauna. Staff aim to make their guests feel at home. Packages with meals are offered, and activiti
  • Salon Pichincha
    Salon Pichincha is a quiet and very simple option, which is reflected in the low rates. Bathrooms are shared, and there is no breakfast. There's no phone, so you can't reserve a room in advance; instead, if you're in town for the market, arrive early as rooms tend to fill up fast on Wednesday night
  • El Troje
    Located in the pleasant countryside just 5 minutes from Riobamba, El Troje is a traveler's dream. Rustic meets modern in this lovely hostería, which boasts 48 stylish rooms (fully equipped with TV and phone) and spectacular views of Ecuador's highest peak, Chimborazo. Relax and unwind in th

  • Hotel Tren Dorado
    Clean bathrooms, spacious comfortable rooms, friendly service and an excellent location makes Hotel Tren Dorado a great place to lay your backpack for a a few days while you explore Riobamba. Painted bright green and pink on the outside, Tren Dorado is hard to miss. Located on Carabobo, the hotel i
  • Hostal Montecarlo
    Located only a few blocks from the train station, Montecarlo is a very convenient place to stay. Its rooms are comfortable; they are not the most elegant but are sufficient nonetheless. There is also a café on-site, where the included continental breakfast is served each morning.
  • Hostería La Andaluza
    This charming hotel is located about 10 minutes away from Riobamba and is the perfect place to stay if you want a quiet countryside experience in the area. Located near Chimborazo, you can enjoy the mountainous splendor from your hotel room here. The hostería offers suites and junior suites
  • Hotel Zeus Internacional
    Hotel Zeus is one of the nicer hotels in Riobamba, and is of excellent value given its reasonable prices and long list of amenities. Polished wooden accents give the rooms a comfortable, earthly feel. All come equipped with LCD TVs with cable and DVD players, WiFi, duvets and electronic locks with
  • Hotel Rodelu
    The rooms are comfortable, with private bathrooms, cable TV and WiFi, and there's free use of communal computers if you don't have your own, but considering the lack of both breakfast and light (several rooms have internal windows only), Rodelu seems a little overpriced. The place is clean and mo
  • Hotel Rosim
    Centrally located just off the main square, Hotel Rosim is cool and quiet, with simple but well-maintained rooms. The prices are reasonable for what you get: rooms with private bath, WiFi, and cable TV, though there's no breakfast.
  • Princesa Maria
    With big clean rooms and piping hot showers, Princesa Maria is your best budget option in Baños. It's a three-block uphill walk from the main strip, but has a small communal kitchen, a TV area with a DVD collection, and WiFi throughout. The owners are friendly and accessible, always more than will
  • Hospedaje Higueron
    Run by a friendly local climber and his wife, this B&B is immaculately clean and is removed from the hustle and bustle around the corner from it. The rooms are bigger than at the comparable Posada del Arte, only instead of art on the walls, there are climbing ropes! A quiet alternative in Baños.
  • Hosteria Bascun
    The Hostería Bascun offers natural beauty, warmth, comfort and tranquility for an unforgettable stay in Baños. It provides a large number of services, including free WiFi, airport pickup (for an extra charge), complimentary breakfast, an indoor and outdoor pool, meeting facilities, and a Jacuzzi.
  • Monte Selva Hotel
    Located on five hectares (12.3 ac) of land, Monte Selva consists of 12 cottages surrounded by gardens, in addition to private rooms and suites, some with nice views and large bathtubs. All have private bathrooms and cable TV; rooms have WiFi but cottages don't, though common areas have both Interne
  • Villa De Tacvnga
    Villa de Tacvnga is one of the nicer places to stay in Latacunga. It's not a luxurious hotel, but rooms, which are set around a small, sunny courtyard, are agreeably decorated, airy, and comfortable, with WiFi and cable TV. The hotel itself is set in a lovely colonial house that dates back more tha
  • Independent Lodging
    For many years, families have owned and operated lodging options within the park, specifically at Arrecifes. That is where most backpackers head, to sway in a hammock slung in an enrramada (open-sided, palm-thatch shelter). This is the ultimate Eden, with the surf's wash just meters away. Ti
  • Hotel Rioroma
    The rooms at Rioroma are first rate, with full carpeting, private baths, telephones and cable TV. It also provides private parking and a restaurant. Its 32 rooms come in simple, double and triple varieties.
  • Abraspungo
    The Hacienda Abraspungo was built in traditional Spanish style and is set amid extensive, flowered grounds. It offers 42 beautiful single, double and triple suites. Located 3.5 kilometers (2.2 mi) from Riobamba, it forms an ideal headquarters to explore the countryside. Horseback riding can be arra
  • Hostal de las Flores
    Hostal de las Flores offers travelers a friendly comfortable stay in Guaranda. It is housed in a renovated old building, which includes a quaint, interior courtyard with tables and seating areas, where you may catch up on your journal. The 11 simple rooms are equipped for one to four guests, a
  • Hotel Del Sol
    Travelers in need of a cheap place to crash for the night head to Parque 12 de Noviembre, where a handful of shabby hotels line the plaza. Hotel del Sol is one of the slightly more desirable ones. It's a little dingy, with simple rooms set around dimly-lit and deserted communal areas. But if you ju
  • Hotel Bolívar
    Hotel Bolívar, located two blocks from Parque Simón Bolívar, is a good choice for solo travelers, couples and families. It offers three floors of clean, quiet rooms around a nice courtyard. Each accommodation has private bathroom and cable TV. This hostel also has WiFi and a salon for meetings
  • El Refugio
    Located a short, two-block walk from the main plaza, this Ecuadorian-owned, eco-friendly hostel is probably your best option if you are planning to spend a night or two in Salinas. This hostel, run by the Fundación Grupo Juvenil Salinas (Salinas Youth Group Foundation), supports sustainable touri
  • San Carlos
    If you can handle the cheesy décor and a little Jesus paraphernalia, you'll find that this is one of Saquisilí's nicer hostels. Rooms are simple and dark but will do the trick for a night, and all have private bath and cable TV. Even if you're not staying at San Carlos, for $1 you can save your w
  • Cartagena Rental Accommodations
    (ROOM: $80-150) Cartagena Rental Accommodations provides a great a great option if you plan to stay in Cartagena for a week or longer. With studios, one-, and two-bedroom apartments in the old city, Bocagrande and Laguito, you are sure to have the privacy you are seeking. Guests feel â??at ho
  • Hotel Piramide
    Just one block away from Parque Cevallos, Hotel Piramide is one of the city's better budget-priced options. Rooms are snug and have cable TV and WiFi, and breakfast is included. Rooms away from the street are quieter, though they have no external windows. A simple but agreeable option.
  • Hotel Cevallos
    It's conveniently located right in the middle of the city center (ask for a back room if you're worried about noise), and rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable, and the staff is amiable. All rooms have private bath, cable TV and WiFi, and breakfast is included. Groups of eight people or more re
  • Hotel Ambato
    Hotel Ambato is the easily the cushiest place in town (with prices to match). If your budget allows it, you'll be rewarded with a glossy, modern hotel that offers spacious rooms and suites, a quiet location that's pleasantly peaceful but still only a few blocks from the main plaza, and sleek commun
  • Concesión Tayrona
    Who says you can't have your luxury within a paradise of a wild, natural park? Aviatur, and its Concesión Tayrona, proves that you can. The Ecohabs at Cañaveral are based on traditional Tayrona architecture —but with all the modern comforts. The spa is first rate, allowing you to strip yo
  • Hotel Señorial
    Look past the odd decor that's reminiscent of a bad 80´s film, and you will see that this is actually a perfectly agreeable and well-kept hotel. The rooms have big beds, cable TV and WiFi, and large windows that provide a good amount of light. The top floor houses four suites, complete with bath
  • Gran Hotel
    The Gran Hotel is better than it looks from the outside: it's housed in a shabby, nondescript building, so it's a relief to step into the shiny, modern lobby. The foyer is rather deceptive however, as rooms are disappointingly simple. But still, it's one of the cheaper places in town, and extras (r
  • Hotel Roka Plaza
    Hotel Roka Plaza provides the nearby Hotel Ambato with some healthy competition when it comes to the nicest place to stay in the city. It doesn't have the facilities or space that Hotel Ambato possess, but what it lacks in amplitude, it makes up for in charm and character. This small hotel is house
  • Quinta Loren
    This small but pleasant hostería is surrounded by beautiful gardens and fruit orchardsâ??a nod to Ambato, the town in which it is located, home of the nationally famous Festival of Fruits and Flowers during Carnival week. Elegant and clean, the colonial architecture and decorations give th
  • Posada Real
    Posada Real's rooms are cozy and elegantly decorated, with comfortable beds complete with plush linens and pillows. All rooms have cable TV. It is located near the main center of Puyo, making for a short walk to restaurants and shopping, but is far enough away to maintain a quiet, safe and relaxed
  • Hostería Turingia
    Hostería Turingia, which was named after the German city its owners were born in, is a fine accommodation option in Puyo. This modern hotel can accommodate 88 people in 40 different rooms, some in quaint wood-paneled bungalows. Mini-suites and suites are also available for one or two people. All r
  • Loro Verde
    The Loro Verde is a great spot to meet other travelers. It is well-located, on a street with more hotels than anything else in the heart of La Mariscal. The per-person price is $9 which is a good deal for a private room, especially if you are traveling alone. The atmosphere is clean and cheerful
  • Hostelling International
    While located in a convenient section of La Mariscal, the only reason to stay at Hostelling International in Quito is if you have the HI discount card, don't mind roughing it and are on a budget. Private rooms, even with the discount, aren't a great deal and the hotel is run down, old and lacking
  • Hostal Charles Darwin
    A fine mid-range hotel in a quiet residential area between the north of Quito and the Mariscal and between 6 de Diciembre and Av. Coruña. Rooms are simple, but clean and good value. The inner garden is a nice place to escape the city hustle and bustle. Breakfast is included in the price, and ever
  • Iguazú Camping
    Campgrounds in Puerto Iguazú are open year-round. El Pindó (Ruta Nacional 12, Km 3.5, Tel: 54-3757-421-795, E-mail: elpindo@yahoo.com.ar)â??$3 one time charge for tent, plus $3 per person, per day. Camping Ecológico Eterno Reverdecer (Ruta Nacional 12, Km 5, south of highway, Te
  • Hostal Dejavu
    Hostal Dejavu is a friendly budget spot with breakfast included in the price and lots of information on tours and travel in the area. Prices vary depending on availability, so feel free to negotiate, especially if traveling in a group. The entrance is through the downstairs cafe.
  • Grand Hotel Mercure Alameda
    In the heart of the Mariscal, the modern Mercure is convenient for local eateries and is a reliable option. Rooms are well-appointed with comfortable beds and of a reasonable size. The hotel has plenty of services. Breakfast is a generous buffet affair and there are other eating options for later i
  • Chalet Suisse
    A decent mid-range hotel in La Mariscal somewhat lacking in personality and charm that other Mariscal hotels of the same price ooze. There are 50 rooms and a banquet space for large groups. Breakfast is included in the price as is a welcome cocktail.
  • Hotel la Cartuja
    Hotel La Cartuja is a pleasant retreat from the bustle of the Mariscal. Set in a quiet neighborhood east of 6 de Diciembre, La Cartuja is spacious, clean and pleasant. There are hardwood floors and cheerful decorations and sunny yellow walls. Ask for a room with a view of the garden. The large
  • Villa Nancy Bed & Breakfast
    Villa Nancy B&B feels more like a spartan backpacker's hostel than a bed and breakfast. But, the rooms are spacious and clean, and there are games and fuseball in the common areas. There are discounts and free laundry service for extended stays and transportation for guests coming in on internati
  • Hotel La Rábida
    This small, Anglo/Italian-owned boutique hotel has a clean, colonial feel with friendly service, great food and lots of personal touches that make it unique. It is one of only a few hotels in Quito awarded with the Distintivo Q, a certificate of quality and sustainable tourism. Hostal de La
  • Camping
    Near Posadas are several campgrounds, which have sites, fire pits, hot water bathhouses and other amenities:
    • Camping Club (Ca. 95 591, 1.2 km / 0.7 mi from the Terminal del Bus, Tel.: 45-7412 / 45-9519, URL: campingclub.blogspot.com)
    • Nuevo Acapulco (Ruta Nacional 12, in
  • JW Marriott Hotel Quito
    The newest of Quito's luxury international hotels, the JW Marriott Quito is a gigantic, modern pyramid in the northern end of La Mariscal. With spacious, sunny and elegantly decorated rooms with excellent city and mountain views, two excellent restaurants, a tropical pool area that will make you fo
  • Cafe Cultura
    Cafe Cultura has a lovely lobby with a roaring fireplace and lush couches.The restaurant and cafe is also excellent, if a bit overpriced. However, the rooms, while exquisitely hand-painted are small and overpriced. The best rooms are in the back with garden access. The newly added third floor rooms
  • Hotel Sierra Madre
    In a quiet neighborhood, in the heart of Quito, is your home in Ecuador. There was a time in Quito when people of vision built elegant homes that became history. At Sierra Madre, you relive this era in an immaculately restored Spanish villa. The Hotel was restored to grand Spanish villa style and
  • Hotel Majestic
    Hotel Majestic is a family owned and operated business with more than 18 years of experience in making travelers feel welcome. Offering 40 rooms with private bathrooms, color TV, a mini-bar as well as a downstairs bar, restaurant and cafeteria, Hotel Majestic has all the amenities of a larger hotel.
  • Sakti
    A sweet couple, Elena and Umberto, run this place and they do a very good job of it. The clean and bright rooms at Sakti are well-priced, and the breakfasts are particularly good, featuring fresh fruit and homemade bread. There is also a nice courtyard to relax in.

  • Casa Foch
    This is a beautiful new boutique hotel. It is a renovated grand old home with beautiful modern touches, designer linens, cozy beds, wonderfully hot showers with good water pressure and 24-hour security. The rooms are very large and they each have a different theme, all with creative mosaic tile in
  • Hotel Othello
    Our hotel is located on the most attractive street of new Quito, Amazonas Avenue. This location is also very convenient to the South American Explorer's Club, which is only a short, 3 minutes walk from the hotel. All of our rooms are decorated with hundreds of pastel colors and are complimented w
  • La Casa de Guápulo
    La Casa de Guápulo is a quaint adobe house in the heart of Guápulo with great views and a cozy cafe and outdoor patio for enjoying breakfast. As with all things in Guápulo, transportation is the hardest thing, so take a cab after dark or when you are carrying luggage. This is also one of the bigg
  • Hotel Plaza Internacional
    This 52-room budget hostel offers good value in a quiet neighborhood. It is an older property that would benefit from a fresh coat of paint and new carpeting. Nevertheless, the friendly staff does their best to keep the facility clean and tidy. The hostal has a dining room and luggage storage servi
  • Galapagos Hostel
    A laid-back family business, Galapagos attracts mainly young budget travelers from Israel. Noisy in the mornings, as there is a grade school nearby, Galapagos features simple dorm rooms with small terraces and uninspiring views. Private rooms bear a strong resemblance to windowless cinderblock cell
  • Hotel Vanessa
    Though the small staff bubbles over with hospitality and there's not a speck of dust in sight, it's still not enough to transform this dated hotel into an accommodation worthy of its inflated rates. Cable television, private bathrooms, a cafeteria and an on-site laundry do justify a bit of an incre
  • Llao Llao Campgrounds
    Pitch a tent along the lake-shore at Camping Petunia located at Avenida Bustillo Km 13.5. Current prices for adults are $30, children 4 to 10 years are $15 and kids under 3 are free. Camping Yeti (URL: www.todobariloche.com/elyeti/) located at Avenida Bustillo KM 5.8 is in a forest near Cerro
  • Hostal Quito-Antiguo
    Looks can be deceiving, especially when it comes to Hostal Quito-Antiguo. Located only blocks away from the main hustle and bustle of La Mariscal, this place is seemingly unremarkable. From the outside, you can hardly distinguish the entryway from the rest of the street. Enter the dimly-lit build
  • Campsite Dorms & Bungalows Osa Mayor
    Campsite with all the services, plus Dorms and bungalows w/private bathroom and full kitchen. Excellent view of Los Andes Mountain Range.
  • Hostal Casa Olimpia
    Casa Olimpia seems like a huge establishment with winding steel rail stairs leading from floor to floor. In reality, the hostel is not extraordinarily big, as it has 16 rooms, all of which are either double or shared. All rooms have a private bathroom, hot water, towels and soap, as well as a telep
  • Camping Municipal
    Uspallata's Camping Municipal, which sits just 2 blocks from the center of town, is the perfect way to visit this mountain village without breaking the bank. Surrounded by towering trees, campers will be well protected from both sun and wind. Basic bathrooms include hot-water showers and they are ke
  • Hostal Junior Plaza
    The hotel is located at the north end of Mariscal on the busy street Av. Amazonas. Although the hotel lacks any recognizable character, its rooms are clean and well-kept. The private bathrooms, however, are a bit shabby given the price. Make sure to request a room facing away from Amazonas; while t
  • Hotel Sebastián
    An elegant, spacious hotel perfect for business travelers. There are group discounts and ample meeting areas with capability for up to 800 people as well as catering services, a business center and a free parking garage with space for up to 150 vehicles. Rooms are clean and comfortable and the re
  • Eugenia Hotel
    From this outside, this multi-story hotel looks like any other generic, cookie-cutter hotel. Once you step inside, though, the explosion of fresh flowers, colorful paintings, natural light and cheerful decoration sets Eugenia Hotel apart. Rooms come with a double bed or two twin beds and all are

  • Camping Summary
    As it is a national park, camping is not allowed in Cabo Polonio. However, if you want to camp, there are several nearby options that are within walking distance, or else you can take a bus. Ask at the tourist office by the park entrance about the best op
  • La Posada Colonial
    Set just off the Plaza Santo Domingo, the Real Audiencia Hotel is filled with dusty but decent rooms. The highlight is the top-floor restaurant and bar with large windows looking out onto the Plaza. The hotel makes an effort to work with the city to protect the historic buildings, like itself, in th
  • Zona de Camping San Jorge
    Whereas a common complaint about campgrounds in Villa de Leyva is that they merely warehouse people, experienced outdoors persons say Camping San Jorge is the best in Villa de Leyva, with proper camping facilities. These grounds have good-sized sites, bathhouses with hot showers, fire pits and a pl
  • 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
  • Camping San Agustín
    Camping San Agustín is a broad, grassy expanse that allows not only tent, but also vehicle camping. If you don't have your own tent, you can rent one, complete with pad, air mattress, sheets and pillow. Under the trees is a cooking area, but you have to supply your own wood. In the main house

  • Camping Balneario Iporá
    For a blissful summer camping experience near the pool, and only two minutes from the lake, pitch your tent at the site in Balneario Iporá. The area is flat and shady, with some pitches in the wood itself, and every pitch has its own grill area with electricity access. Bathrooms are clean, though
  • L'Auberge Inn Hostal
    L'Auberge Inn Hostal (literally "Inn Inn Inn" in French, English and Spanish) is located between the Centro Histórico and La Mariscal. It's a bit of an oasis in a fairly dumpy and high traffic area, with its tranquil garden, delicious pizza parlor, and comfy lounge complete with games, a pool tab
  • Hotel Real Audiencia
    Set just off the Plaza Santo Domingo, the Real Audiencia Hotel is filled with decent rooms. The highlight is the top-floor restaurant and bar with large windows looking out onto the plaza. The hotel makes an effort to work with the city to protect the historic buildings, like itself, in the area. T
  • Casa Oriente
    Casa Oriente is located in the El Dorado neighborhood, four blocks east of the southernmost end of 12 de Octubre on Yaguachi. Despite being a somewhat nondescript building, the inside is charming and homey. A common patio on the top floor offers excellent views. There is also a big picnic table a
  • Hostal Los Chasquis
    A run-down hotel in a busy neighborhood between La Mariscal and El Centro. The price is reasonable at $6/person, but the facilities don't offer any of the same style, personality and comfort of nearby hotels like Kawi Yoppen has sites with fire pits, and, in case of poor weather, refuges. Adults $3, minors $1.50, plus $1.50 per tent (camping or refuge). Ruta 3,
  • The Magic Bean Hotel
    This hostel is not the best value in town, but dorm rooms (which sleep three or four people) are clean, the beds are comfortable, and there are big lockers in each room for you to store your stuff. There's also a great American-style restaurant/café below, which sometimes hosts live music. The cen
  • Camping In Colón
    Colón has a baker's dozen of campgrounds strung along its coast like river-polished agates. At holiday times, they are packed with budget-conscious Argentines. During the low season, only two are open weekdays. Club Piedras Coloradas charges $3 per tent, plus $4.25 per adult and $3 per child, per
  • Hotel Río Amazonas
    Conveniently located on the corner of Amazonas and Cordero, this multi-story beast of a hotel offers good service and clean facilities. However, for the price, you can find hotels with much more personality in the same area. This hotel is perfect travelers looking for a sterile, generic taste of
  • Camping In San Ignacio
    San Ignacio has lots of camping to help shoestring travelers stay on budget. Most of them are located several kilometers out of town. During heavy rains, campsites along the river tend to flood. Few are open outside of summer. Campsites down at Puerto Nuevo on the Río Paraná, 4 kilometers (2.5
  • Vieja Cuba
    Vieja Cuba is full of character and class, and its rooms are spotless and sunny. Conveniently located in a corner house in La Mariscal, each room is slightly different, with personality oozing from every corner. The owners are an Ecuadorian/Cuban couple who also own the Cuban restaurant downstair
  • Hostal los Alpes
    Hostal Los Alpes is a small hostel that is full of antiques. It is located in a quieter area of the Mariscal.
  • El Centro del Mundo
    Centro del Mundo is located right in the busy, sometimes chaotic, heart of Mariscal—and it fits right in. It is extremely popular, not only because it is one of the city's cheapest places to stay, but also for its friendly, welcoming atmosphere, and, of course, its famous free rum & coke night
  • Hotel El Relicario Del Carmen
    A delightful little place to stay at within Old Town, this hotel is actually a large and spacious, renovated colonial home complete with a parlor, atrium, and a small courtyard with an old well. There's lots of attention to detail here and the staff that goes out of their way to meet your every nee
  • Hostal La Ronda
    La Ronda Hostal is a charming colonial-style hotel located in the heart of the Centro Histórico. Each suite has a living room, dining room, American-style kitchen with refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker, one or two bedrooms, hot water, cable TV, and Broadband internet. There is also a contin
  • Hotel Real Audiencia
  • Hotel Botique Plaza Sucre
    The hotel is stylishly embedded in an 18-century building within walking distance of all the major hot spots (La Ronda, Plaza de la Independencia, El Panecillo) in Old Town. Safe and well kept, the hotel also hosts a number of eccentric yet charismatic Ecuadorian artwork throughout its halls. There
  • Casa San Marcos
    Casa San Marcos is an ornately decorated museum, gourmet restaurant, and botique hotel all rolled into one. Offering a quiet place to stay near the heart of the historical center (as well as a great view of El Panecillo), San Marcos will provide you with a warm welcome and rooms that follow suit. T
  • Mansion Del Angel Boutique Hotel
    Head back in time, and experience the unique, early 1900's style and decor that Mansion del Angel invites its guests to spend their time in. Located within walking distance of the center of Old Town, this hotel is a convinient yet luxurious place to stay at while in Quito. With outstanding service a
  • Casa Gangotena
    One of the highest ranked hotels in all of Quito, and undoubtedly so. This three-story mansion is a gem for the eye to behold, and a place where the rest of your senses will be pleased as well. Starting from the top-notch service that the hotel offers all the way to the exquisite meals they serve a
  • Hotel Gonzales Suarez
    Hotel Gonzales Suarez is right up above the slopes of Guapulo, and offers its guests a pretty decent view of the town below and valley beyond. Staff are on their game, and the rooms are spacious and tidy. No real complaints here aside from the fact that it's best to check your room before moving in,
  • Stubel Suites
    The fresh and modern looking Stubel Suites sits perched on the cliffside overlooking Guapulo, affording its guests with unbeatable views of the town below and the valley beyond. Staff is readily available to tend to whatever needs, and do so quite kindly. The hotel is pretty much spotless, as are th
  • Yachana Lodge
    Yachana Lodge, the only officially certified eco-lodge in Ecuador's Amazon by the Ministry of Tourism, means "a place for learning" in the local indigenous language. It does a good job of making guests comfortable in its spacious and modern facilities, while teaching them about local communities a
  • Renting Cabañas
    If you would like to do as the Uruguayans do on vacation, you may want to stay in a rented cabaña, a small house. Facilities vary greatly, with some offering solar-powered hot water, a flushing toilet and electricity on a generator, while others are much simpler (and cheaper); all have a kitchen.

  • Hotel San Fermin
    Centrally located, the Hotel San Fermin is well-positioned for travelers staying in Coca. The hotel is tastefully designed from wood and concrete, using vegetation for a more natural finish. The San Fermin offers single, double and triple rooms, as well as cabins, with hot water and air conditionin
  • Sani Lodge
    Sani is located on a secluded lagoon off of the Napo River on 37,000 hectares (92,500 ac). It is remote: visitors must first get to Coca and from there take a three-hour motor canoe ride to a point on the Napo. If the water is high, smaller canoes can take guests right to the lodge, otherwise, you
  • El Establo De Tomas
    If you want the experience of staying in the jungle outside of Tena but can't afford the higher prices of the all-inclusive lodges, El Establo de Tomas is an excellent alternative. Set in extensive grounds a 15 minute drive from the center of Tena, the hotel consists of several individual wooden ca
  • Arajuno Jungle Lodge
    A family-owned jungle lodge located on a private forest reserve next to the Jatun Sacha Biological Field Station on the banks of the Arajuno River, Arajuno Jungle Lodge offers package stays for three or four days. Packages range from economic to deluxe options. Spacious wooden cabins with big scree
  • Camping In Parque Nacional Cotopaxi
    Travelers on a budget or those wanting a more intimate relationship with nature have several choices of camping at Parque Nacional Cotopaxi. Be sure to have a wind and rain-resistant tent, good sleeping bag and thermal sleeping mat, as well as a cook stove that is fitted for high altitude. Within t
  • Camping
    For travelers on a budget, camping is an economical option. Campgrounds are open only October - mid-April; none are open in winter. Costs are $4.50 - 6 per person per night. Most are located along the estuary at the east end of town: Amsa: (Olavarría 65, Tel
  • Casa Azul
    Holiday house to rent in Paraty, Brazil. Modern house with tropical garden, swimming pool, squash, jacuzzi, sauna. Ideal for a family or for a group of friends. Accomodation for 9 people. 2 bicycles available.
  • Oasis Rio
    Me and 6 buddies wanted to travel after graduating from college, and we thought Rio was the perfect place to kick back for two weeks, chill on the beach, party and unwind. Little did we know that, for less than most of the nice hotels in Rio, we could be staying in an amazing penthouse overlooking
  • Apart Hotel Santiago Apartments
    Santiago Apartments provide self-catering apartments for one to four people, offering a cheap alternative to a hotel. Apartments are clean and comfortable and have one bedroom, a kitchen, living/dining area and bathroom. All are equipped with WiFi, cable TV, microwave and fridge. There's also laundr
  • Chilestay Apartments
    Chilestay Apartments has one- and two-bedroom self-catering apartments available for longer stays. The modern apartments are a great option for families or those who are just tired of hotels. They are fully furnished and come with TV, WiFi and a portable phone. The apartments are located on a quiet
  • Hotel El Auca
    Long established in Coca, with a convenient location on the main strip, Hotel El Auca is a reliable traveler's favorite. The staff is pleasant and can provide help to find local guides, or to store baggage. The hotel is well-presented and has a rustic charm. It also has a pretty garden courtyard su
  • Hotel La Misión
    A popular haunt, Hotel La Misión is situated on the riverside and is a pleasant enough place to lay your head for the night. This hotel is frequently used by tour groups who pass through on their way to or from the lodges. Rooms are well-presented, with hot water and private bathrooms. The hotel h
  • Misahuallí Amazon Lodge
    The Misahuallí Jungle Lodge was founded by a local pioneer of the Amazon on a beautiful plot of land in the jungle. The lodge can accommodate up to 100 guests in cabañas, doubles, triples and quadruples. The rooms are cozy and made of natural materials of the region. Each cabaña has a private ba
  • Apartment in Montevideo
    Rent a one-room, furnished apartment (per day, week or month) for three people in the centre of Montevideo, Uruguay. Close to the central bus station. View on the bay, private security. www.departamentouruguay.com.
  • Hotel Heliconia
    Just one block from the bus terminal, Hotel Heliconia is a decent and convenient choice. The six-story building has a bright yellow exterior and a number of the rooms have balconies facing onto the street. The hotel has 23 rooms with hot water and private bathrooms. The friendly and helpful staff a
  • Manzana Real
    The Manzana Real is located away from the center of things, but is well equipped, including facilities such as a hydromassage, a sauna, a swimming pool and a gym. The place has 26 well-appointed, pleasantly furnished rooms, and the hotel offers Internet to guests. You've got it all here-have a swim
  • ApartaEstudios La Candelaria
    If Bogotá is more than just a brief stopover, consider renting a studio apartment by the week or month. With four types of apartments to choose from (the cheapest being little more than you would expect from a place renting "studios" and the most expensive decked out with spiraling staircases, chi
  • Casa Blanca
    The Casa Blanca, is as the name suggests, a white building. It offers 13 rooms set across two floors. The hotel has a fairly decent restaurant, and breakfast is included in the price. Casa Blanca is centrally positioned and convenient for local eateries and Internet cafés.
  • Montevideo Holiday Rentals
    Comfortably furnished apartment that's located in the most famous building in Montevideo- Palacio Salvo. The apartment has been fully renovated and remodeled from the hardwood floors to the 14-foot ceiling. It has been comfortably furnished in all living areas, including the bedrooms. Each bedroom
  • Montevideo Short-term Rentals
    This exquisite three-bedroom apartment is located on one of the best streets of Pocitos, just a few steps from the beach and Plaza Gomensoro, in one of the most pleasant and stylish precincts of Pocitos. The apartment is 80 square meters (861 sq ft) internally, plus a fantastic 20 square meters
  • Hotel D'Mario
    The well-established Hotel D'Mario has a great location in Lago Agrio. Room facilities vary depending on the price. The cheapest rooms include a continental breakfast and one hour of Internet use, while the more expensive rooms have a better finish and unlimited Internet use. Some rooms have cable
  • Hotel Oasis
    Located away from the hub of the town center, Hotel Oasis is often used by lodges such as Yuturi and Yarina to accommodate travelers who stay overnight at the beginning or end of their stay in the jungle. The hotel is a little worse for wear; there are 10 rooms in total and breakfast is not include
  • Hotel Gran Colombia
    The Hotel Gran Colombia is centrally positioned and offers reasonable rooms that are fairly good value for the money. Rooms come with fans or air conditioning and are clean. The hotel also has a pool table, bar and restaurant serving up the usual fare.
  • Hotel El Cofán
    Named after a local indigenous group of the Amazon, Hotel El Cofán is centrally located. The rooms are pleasant, with air conditioning, safe box, radio, mini-bar and satellite TV. The hotel also has a restaurant and bar. Other services in the hotel offers includes laundry, parking, money exchange
  • Wera
    Located just 50 meters from the beach and 400 meters from the center of town, this rental is very quiet and safe. It is a house made of wood and brick, with an artistic design and an integrating naturalistic garden.
  • Hotel Arazá
    A little away from the main hub of hotels and restaurants, Hotel Arazá is long established and a good choice with pleasant, clean rooms. The rooms have hot water and TV, while the hotel itself is well-appointed, boasting a swimming pool and a gym.
  • El Refugio Campground
    El Refugio is a private campground attached to a simple albergue within walking distance from downtown El Chaltén. Located next to the De Las Vueltas River, this is an easy spot to enjoy the beauty of Patagonia on a budget, with grassy areas, trees, and views of the mountains. Hot showers and BBQ p
  • Tapir Lodge
    Tapir Lodge is located in Cuyabeno Reserve, and has a capacity for 32 guests in single, double or triple ooms, all with private bathrooms, hot water and electricity. Rooms are spread throughout the floors of two 15-meter (49-ft) towers rather than in typical huts or cabañas that most other lodges
  • Casa Izabella
    This beautiful lodging boasts a swimming pool, sauna, tennis courts, and gourmet meals, all operated by Martha and Hugo Perez. Martha lived in Washington, D.C. for 30 years while working at the Ecuadorian Embassy. Room prices include a giant breakfast of pancakes, waffles, eggs and bread, as well as
  • Lugano Suites
    With plenty of restaurants, shops and even an entire park within walking distance, Lugano Suites commands a pivotal and safe location within Quito. The place itself is new and tidy, but what gives Lugano its added value - aside from its proximity to things - is that nearly all rooms come with a sma
  • El Paso
    Pitch a tent, unroll a sleeping bag and camp out for an evening at El Paso. Camping is really one of the few good options for those on a budget. This campsite is located near the Cristo Redentor statue at Monseñor Pablo Cabrera.
  • Pululahua Hostal
    Hostel Pululahua is a small resort surrounded by nature and set inside a Geobotanical Reserve. It is a quiet and mystic place near Quito, only 10 minutes away from La Mitad del Mundo. Guests can relax or explore the area doing hiking, horseback riding or mountain biking. There are private and sha
  • Camping Bomberos Voluntarios
    Camping Bomberos Voluntarios is a true bargain for travelers packing a tent. Facilities include picnic tables, clean toilets, and blessedly hot showers. Be aware that the camp is situated in a flood-prone area. It is open all year (Yrigoyen, and Moreno, Tel.: 49-1117 - adults $2.25 per person, u
  • Hotel Cumbaya
    Hotel Cumbaya is a comfortable, clean accommodation option near the center of Cumbayá. Although the rooms are basic and a bit outdated, they all have private bathrooms and TVs with cable. There is also a private parking garage, 24-hour reception, and a cafeteria that serves breakfast each morning
  • Hotel Mirador De Bellavista
    Situated beside the steep, cobblestone slopes of the road that leads up to it, Mirador de Bellavista is a quiet little hotel that's perched on the western slopes overlooking the city. What's really convenient about this place is that it's located within walking distance of the Museo de Guayasamin a
  • La Olla
    La Olla (Camino a Yacanto, Tel: 03546-499600) is one of the better, and cheaper, campsites found in Santa Rosa de Calamuchita. There are other campgrounds in town as well, such as Miami (Camino a Yacanto Km. 7, Tel: 499613) and
  • Four Points Sheraton Quito
    The Four Points Sheraton Quito is a beautiful multi-story luxury hotel in the northern part of the city, right across from the popular mall, Quicentro. Prices are reasonable for the services offered and plenty of extras are included. There's a spa and gym but no pool.
  • Dann Carlton
    Hotel Dann Carlton is a Colombian chain offering luxury standards and catering to business travelers. Prices tend to be a bit lower than other international chains, and special rates are given to businesses. It is located in a quiet neighborhood, just a block from the Parque Carolina and closer t
  • Hotel Akros
    Hotel Akros is an aging luxury hotel in the north of Quito that offers 128 rooms and suites. Rooms are well-appointed and include all of the amenities one would expect from a luxury class hotel. The staff is warm, welcoming and always prepared to lend a hand with bags or to answer questions about t
  • Hotel Finlandia
    Located close to the city's financial district and popular tourist destinations, Hotel Finlandia is a friendly, modern hotel with 25 smartly styled and comfortable rooms with amenities like mini-fridges and cable TV. The cozy atmosphere, surrounding gardens and welcoming staff are a pleasant comple
  • Hostal Isla Isabela
    Conveniently located by the old airport (which offers an $8 shuttle service to the new one), Hostal Isla Isabela makes for a comfortable and practical stay if you're looking to check out Quito for a brief while. Quality of the accomodations (it's a restored and converted house) might be a little ov
  • Casa Vida Verde
    Casa Vida Verde is a fully furnished residential hostel, created to provide a safe and comfortable residence for foreign students, workers and tourists who would like both independence and the opportunity to socialize with others. The Casa Vide Verde means "The House of Green Living," which unfortu
  • Ilatoa Lodge
    Situated just on the hillside of the little (now extinct) volcano Ilalo and right in between both Quito and the airport, this is a place that's ideal for those that want to get away from the big city life and enjoy the nature surrounding it. It's a clean, friendly and attractive place that affords
  • Camping In Comodoro Rivadavia
    Most campgrounds are open only in summer (mid-December to early March). On average they charge $3 per person, plus a one-time $3 tent fee. Savannah Ranch (Ruta Nacional 3, Km 14, north of Comodoro, Tel: 0297-154-120-807 / 154-275-256)â??firepits, water, electricity, hot-water bathhouse;
  • Camping Municipal
    On the northeast shore of Laguna de los Cisnes is Perito Moreno's Camping Municipal. Besides green expanses of grass where backpackers can pitch a tent, Camping Municipal also has a half-dozen cabins with heating. The large quincho (shelter) has two kitchen areas and long tables where folks
  • Camping in Río Gallegos

    Campgrounds near Río Gallegos have potable water, shops, fire pits and wood, tables, hot water, bathhouses, lighting, electricity, playgrounds, parking and security. They are open November-March. As well as the national currency, they accept US dollars and Chilean pesos.

  • Hotel Santa Barbara

    This hotel is now closed.

    The Santa Barbara hotel is set in a beautiful old colonial house surrounded by a pretty garden, conveniently located in the La Floresta. The hotel offers 16 tastefully decorated, fully furnished rooms with private bathrooms, cable T

  • Casa Oriente
    I lived in the Casa Oriente for three months straight, and first of all, to live in the Casa is to live in Ecuador. Pedro and his family run this buisniss. They have a student pub with Internet access at 60 cents an hour, and billiards as well. The roof kitchen makes it easy to party nicely and coo
  • Cuyabeno Lodge
    The Cuyabeno Lodge, run by Neotropic Tours, is a popular eco-lodge with minimal impact on the environment. Each cabaña has a thatched roof, with a roughly two-foot space between the wall and roof. Mosquitoes are not a serious problem as the rivers are black-water rivers that do not inhabit mosquit
  • Hotel Andino
    A middle-range establishment in Quito, Hotel Andino is located in the best turistic, financial, and commercial zone in Quito. The owners Paola and Miguel Angel attend to guests directly, and have created a hotel that is comfortable, peaceful, and above all, safe, with large rooms, bathrooms, and ne
  • Hotel Quito
    Hotel Quito is a large luxury hotel in La Floresta with some of the best views over the city and the valleys to the east. The hotel offers all of the services one would expect of an international chain, but charges a much lower price. The exterior is somewhat obtrusive and outdated, but inside, the
  • Camping Vial Cañadón Giménez
    Camping Vial Cañadón Giménez is the cheapest lodging in town. Open all year, this campground in a small canyon has 16 sites, each with table, benches, fire pit and grill. Huge boulders and trees protect tents from the Patagonian winds, and the common bathhouse has hot water. Camping Vi
  • Camping In Sarmiento
    Camping Club Deportivo Sarmiento, which has fire pits, bathhouse and other services, is open all year (25 de Mayo, 100 m / 328 ft off Ruta 20, Tel.: 489-3101; one-time charge for tent $1.70, car / motorcycle $0.80 and / or motor home $4.25, plus $0.60 for shower, plus $1.40 per person, kids
  • Camping In Las Grutas
    Las Grutas is a camper's paradise. All 17 campgrounds have grills, lights and a bathhouse with hot water; some have more services. In the low season, prices are $6 per person, plus a one-time charge for tent, car or trailer, In summer, the charge is $4.25-8.50 per person, plus the one-time fee. Eve
  • San Jorge Eco-Lodge and Biological Reserve
    San Jorge is a very historic haciendaâ??it was once owned by Ecuadorian president Eloy Alfaroâ??on the outskirts of Quito. It gets its name from the 375 acre San Jorge botanical reserve where it is located. There are a variety of rooms available, from singles to suites. It is a typical conver
  • Mountain Views Inn
    MVI can accommodate up to 16 guests in a private, luxury retreat. The grounds and suites at MVI have been newly renovated and include all modern conveniences and hi-tech appliances. Our suites are luxurious and comfortable. Choose from a twin, full, queen and even a honeymoon suite with whirlpool an
  • Casona de Mario
    Hostal La Casona de Mario is a quaint home with a spacious garden, two community kitchens and two comfortable lounges. All bathrooms are shared, and rooms are spacious and clean with lots of natural light; most have private balconies. The Internet cafe a few doors down gives guests a 10 percent di
  • Swissotel
    Undoubtedly one of Quito's most elegant hotels, the Swissotel has full facilities, including a lovely outdoor pool and spa area with beautiful views of the city and nearby Pichincha and Cotopaxi volcanoes. Most of the rooms are spacious, over-sized suites catering to upper-class business customer
  • Apart Hotel Bahía
    Apart Hotel Bahía is a typical example of this class of lodging. Six rooms are set along a small patio that doubles as a carport. The accommodations are simply furnished with bed and shelves. Their private bathrooms are small. When winter chill settles in, space heaters make the rooms toasty warm.
  • Pragamisiones
    Pragamisiones is a green subtropical nature paradise in the middle of vibrant Guarani culture and real adventure, but it also provides all the comfort you demand. As travelers, mainly backpackers, we know quite well whats important for you-what you expect to be satisfied once you arrive
  • Jamu Lodge
    Jamu Lodge is by far the best “bang for your buck” if you're planning on exploring the Amazon jungle. This economical choice is nestled deep in the rainforest, unlike many of the other inexpensive lodges in the Cuyabeno area, which aren't even in the jungle. From the Cuyabeno bridge, wher
  • Hotel Piedra del Mar
    This newer hotel adds a pinch of boutique chic into dusty Puerto López, mixing classic colonial architecture with rustic touches such as the pebble-dashed walls, which give the hotel its name. The hotel has a peaceful courtyard with small pool and Jacuzzi, overlooked by a small bar-terrace. The ho
  • Hostería Nantu
    At the north end of the beach, Hostería Nantu is a very appealing mid-range option. Rooms, ranging from singles to family-style suites for six people, are spacious and have tiled floors, and are well-equipped with cable TV, hot water and firm beds. Some have fans and others have air conditioning.
  • Hostería Cantaelmar
    Cantaelmar Hostería Holistica is one of the few true ecologically friendly lodges along the Ruta del Sol. Water is recycled for watering plants and compost is also used for fertilization purposes. The organic garden provides most of the fresh food in the restaurant. Cantaelmar also makes an effort
  • Hospedaje Valdivia 545
    This blue house has rooms for travelers journeying alone or in groups. Bathrooms are shared. The entire inn has recently been refurbished. Behind the house are several totally equipped cabañas with two bedrooms, two baths and a kitchen. The continental breakfast, which includes bread, ham, cheese a
  • Mantaraya Hotel
    This absolutely beautiful lodge is located about 1.5 kilometers south of Puerto López on the main highway. Mantaraya's 15 single, double, triple and quadruple rooms are spacious and cheery, and all have large windows that open up onto spacious private balconies, allowing for lots of natural light.
  • Hostal Tuzco
    Hostal Tuzco is one of the longest-standing hotels in town and is run by a very sweet and accommodating local woman. The price per person doesn't rise during high season, which is a definite perk in Puerto López. Rooms are clean but a bit outdated and uninteresting, and there is a common roof area
  • Hamadryade Lodge
    Hamadryade Lodge is a high-end ecolodge surrounded by beautiful vistas and nature, nestled in the heart of the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest. The lodge has five luxurious and spacious bungalows, which makes it ideal for those in search of adventure but not quite ready to compromise on quality and co
  • Hostería el Paraiso
    Hostería el Paraiso is an attractive, fun country resort about 120 kilometers (75 mi) from Quito along the road that leads to the coast, not far from the town of Los Bancos. The sprawling hostería has lots of fun things to do, including fishing, tubing in the river, a river beach, horsebac
  • Hotel Pacífico
    A clean and spacious hotel, Hotel Pacífico is a good option and one of the few places that accepts all credit cards. The rooms with air conditioning are double the cost of rooms with a fan but have great ocean views and a common balcony with hammocks and patio furniture. These more expensive rooms
  • Sol Inn
    Sol Inn has a mellow beach bum atmosphere with a friendly, energetic owner. You can relax in the outdoor lounge area with couches and a pool table, find out information about or book tours, exchange books in several languages (for a $1 charge per book), or cook in the communal kitchen. The rooms a
  • Hostal Fragata
    This cozy hostel has a great sense of family. The owner's two sisters have restaurants less than half a block away that will bring you food if requested and her daughter has a tour operator that will offers whale-watching tours. The owner is also happy to share a spacious kitchen near the recepti
  • France-Amazonia Guesthouse
    France-Amazonia is a small, peaceful jungle lodge run by a lovely couple who will make you feel right at home. The hotel can host up to 36 people in 16 rooms, all with private bathrooms and hot water. There is also a swimming pool, a bar, private parking and private access to the Napo River. Tour p
  • Hosteria La Barquita
    The main draw of this well-known hosteria is the boat-shaped main building from which it gets its name (little boat). Here you can exchange books in four languages, shoot pool in the upper decks or sip cocktails in the bar followed by sumptuous food from the restaurant. The Swiss owners are very fr
  • Cabañas La Tortuga
    With capacity for 78 people in cabins and suites, plus camping space in three military-size tents, Las Cabañas Tortuga is a clean, spacious and child-friendly spot. Beyond a place to sleep, La Tortuga has a game room, a children's area, a pool table, a ping-pong table, and a TV with a satellite ca
  • Paradise South
    Paradise South is, ironically, just north of Montañita's town center. The hotel features cool, cave-like rooms with stone walls and iron frame beds, as well as a spacious lawn right close to the beach with a grill, pool and ping pong tables shaded by open-air huts. A small playground for kids and
  • Cabañas Arena Guadua
    With colorful and slightly sandy cabaña rooms right on the beach, Cabañas Arena Guadua (Bamboo Sand Cabins) is a relaxed, quiet spot. Smack between La Punta, where the best waves for surfing are found, and the hub for all-night parties in central Montañita, Arena Guadua is perfect for travelers
  • Hotel Baja Montañita
    If you want to lord it in Montañita, then stay here at this high-class hotel north of the center of town on a quiet stretch of beach. Choose from rustic cabins, regular rooms or lavish suites. All come with air conditioning, cable TV and private bath. Enjoy the large swimming pool, gourmet restaur
  • Terrace Lodge
    "The Height of Comfort”… in the Chilean Altiplano. Dedicated to travelers' comfort, the European-managed Terrace Lodge & Café offers the ideal environment to rest, recharge and get acclimated to the altitude at 3.500 meters (11,500 feet). We pamper our guests with attentive serv
  • Rosa Mistica Hostal
    Rosa Mistica is one of several laid-back places in La Punta, right on the beach. It has two different room settings: four spacious and colorful cabañas close to the beach and several other nice but a bit more dated rooms set around a large garden with native plants. Almost all of the rooms have th
  • Casa del Sol
    Casa del Sol is a beautiful guesthouse located 1.5 blocks from Caleta Abarca beach. With high ceilings, wooden floors, period features and pretty rooms, this place is an oasis of calm. The garden features a barbeque area and two sun terraces. All rooms come with private bathroom and are decorated i
  • Hotel Tsunami
    Located on one of the biggest party streets in Montañita, Hotel Tsunami is reasonably priced with a fun atmosphere. Although you won't get an ocean view, there are rooms for large groups (including for eight or 10 people) with a private bath, colorful decorations and bamboo furniture. Downstairs,
  • Hotel Montañita
    Breaking from Montañita's classic hippy style, Hotel Montañita is a large, concrete block of rooms with a pool in the central courtyard. During high season, the Jacuzzi heats up on a deck overlooking the ocean. With space for around 170 guests and more than 10 years of history, the size and age
  • Cabañas La Iguana
    Cabañas La Iguana has a relaxed atmosphere with a common kitchen area and lounge with hammocks. The owner is a musician with a passion for book collecting. As a result, you will find a collection of CDs, books and musical instruments in the reception area, which are for exchange or for sale. La
  • Finca Punta Ayampe
    Finca Punta Ayampe is secluded in the middle of the forest just south of Ayampe and has beautiful views of the ocean. The lodge itself maintains the natural, rustic feeling of the surroundings, which have lots of lovely flowers and plants. It has a total capacity for 38 people in private double- or
  • Bungalows La Buena Vida
    Built with surfers in mind, this small resort handcrafted with local materials consists of six modern, ecological bungalows. The rooms are comfortable and spacious, with orthopedic memory foam mattresses and glass sliding doors. Some also have air conditioning and TVs. Private bathrooms come equipp
  • El Centro del Mundo
    El Centro del Mundo may just be the cheapest spot to sleep in Ecuador with ocean views. It is a three-story wooden building with dorm space for 27 people in the attic and plenty of porch space with hammocks to relax. During high tourist season you won't want to lounge on your pile of mattresses (no
  • Hostal Papaya
    The best rooms at Hostal Papaya are upstairs. There are a few downstairs rooms, one with a shared bath that knocks a few dollars off the price, but the upstairs roomsâ??especially on the third floorâ??are more colorful, spacious, and some have creatively hidden upper loft sleeping areas. Each roo
  • La Casa Blanca
    La Casa Blanca is at the northern end of Guido Chiriboga, about two blocks east of the beach. With capacity for about 50 people, this hotel has a relaxed, if somewhat old and musty atmosphere. The rooms are pretty standard bunkbed style, some with lofts, and one has ocean views. All have private ba
  • El Encanto
    El Encanto is a luxurious resort set right on the equator, a special location that inspires experiments and tricks unique to this latitude to awe guests. The 17 rooms come with private bathrooms, and there is a pool and spa with a Turkish bath. It is a good place from which to go on hikes through t
  • Palmazul
    Palmazul is simply paradise. Situated right on the beach of the tiny fishing village of San Clemente, this luxury hotel and spa is a place to relax and forget about the rest of the world. Walks on the beach and through the dry forest above the hotel accompany a wide array of spa treatments, swimming
  • Finca Adalgisa
    ($260-$390) Finca Adalgisa combines luxury accommodation with more than 100 years of winemaking history in its boutique vineyard hotel. Established in 2001, the hotel remains hidden despite standing only a few blocks from the Chacras de Coria community. Surprisingly, that is exactly how the owners
  • Challhuaquen Lodge
    Fishing enthusiasts who have large budgets love to stay at Challhuaquen Lodge, which was created by fishermen for fishers. All six of the lodge's elaborate rooms have great views of the Rio Grande/Rio Futaleufu, which provides an excellent spot for fishing just below the lodge. Fishers can get da
  • Estancia Cristina
    This luxury estancia enjoys one of the most remote locations in El Calafate. Situated on the northern bank of Lake Argentino, a breathtaking four-hour catamaran ride (which features intimate views of floating icebergs and the famous Upsala Glacier), is the only way to reach this secluded estate. On
  • Sachatamia Lodge
    Sachatamia is a cozy wooden lodge located on a private ecological reserve on the border of the protected forest of Mindo-Nambillo, just northwest of Quito. The lodge has comfy single, double and triple rooms with rates that can include meals or not. An indoor heated pool and Jacuzzi make for a perf
  • Cabañas Armonía
    Cabañas Armonía is a friendly family hostel and orchid garden established more than 10 years ago, in the midst of pure tranquility. Its cabins are scattered around a garden and have various layouts, all with private bathrooms with hot water, a balcony and a hammock. There are also four rooms, al
  • Sapos y Ranas Hotel
    Sapos y Ranas (Toads and Frogs) is a friendly lodge located in the heart of the El Chocó region. The Chocó is at a strategic biodiversity point, with nearly 160 species of birds. The lodge is surrounded by sub-tropical forests, orchid nurseries, rivers and trails. There are also over 2,000 signat
  • Estancia Ranquilco
    Estancia Ranquilco is a vast expanse of land in the Argentine Patagonia, stretching across leagues of high steppe land, river valleys, meadows, and jagged cliffs into the very heart of the Andes, and finally terminating at the border with Chile. Come stay at this private horse and cattle ranch and e
  • El Rio Dorado Lodge
    Constructed with Patagonian stone and wood, the beautiful Rio Dorado Lodge is the only four-star lodging option in Junín de los Andes. The lodge was built by local fly fishermen who included a fly shop on the premises. Rio Dorado attracts a large number of fishers and offers fly-fishing classes
  • La Herradura
    Aged but atmospheric, La Herradura offers simple rooms set around an attractive Spanish-style building. The front porch and restaurant area face the sea, and there are vaulted ceilings with clean white walls, all of which create a bright and breezy spot to sit, sip a drink and share a meal with fri
  • Hotel Palma
    Cheap to seriously cheap rooms are available at Hotel Palma, but you're better to spend a couple more dollars and stay somewhere else in town. The building is in need of repair and rooms are in desperate for a good cleaning, but the staff is friendly.
  • Hotel Italia
    Hotel Italia, set back from the beach, is a multi-storied hotel offering clean but dated rooms which, for the price, are a bit lackluster. The restaurant downstairs has a modest selection of national and international dishes, and in the morning you can grab a simple breakfast for $3.
  • Hotel La Piedra
    Hotel La Piedra, one of the most lavish places to stay in Bahía de Caráquez, features stunning views and classy modern facilities. A large complex sprawling across the seafront, this place puts on all the airs of a first-class hotel, with valet parking, marble-floored reception area, and spacious
  • Hostal Voladores
    Both tall and small at the same time, Hostal Voladores offers two very different kinds of accommodations in the same place. You can either choose the incredibly rustic rooms that are a bamboo extravaganza below (with no fan, but given the winds in Crucita, that's usually not necessary), or go for so
  • Bahia Bed And Breakfast
    Bahía de Caráquez's only premier luxury accommodation that is located on the Ecuador coastal E15 Ruta Spondylus. Providing quick easy access to Manabis most friendliest and exotic beaches for leisure, water sports and incredible surfing. Bahia B&B is Bahía de Caráquez's only 100% new boutique
  • Mariposas de Mindo
    This family-run hotel two kilometers (1.2 mi) from the town of Mindo is surrounded by butterfly gardens and is dedicated to sustainable tourism and education about the surrounding region. Pleasant rooms and cabañas with spectacular views of the forest house up to 26 guests. Its pretty restaurant
  • Hospedaje Arasari
    Arasari lodge offers tourists a beautiful and peaceful environment, surrounded by mountains, and away from the noise. The hotel offers cabins designed for your comfort. The rooms have private bathrooms with warm water. There are green areas, fields, and a restaurant where you will find delicious n
  • Milenio Hotel
    The well-presented Milenio Hotel is a bit of a splurge, but perhaps worth it. Spread over five floors, the rooms come with air conditioning, which is helpful in the humid coastal climate, plus private bathroom and cable TV. In case you didn't watch enough telenovelas (soap operas) in
  • Hotel del Pacifico
    Hotel del Pacifico is conveniently located in Santo Domingo de los Colorados. Since the hotel is on Avenida 29 de Mayo, the space can be fairly noisy. Rooms are of a decent size and are comfortable, with private bathrooms and hot water, TV and a telephone. The hotel has a bar and restaurant, and al
  • Hotel Sheraton
    Not to be confused with the luxury chain in the U.S., Hotel Sheraton sits conveniently from the main bus terminal in Santo Domingo, but other than that, there's not much of a draw to the hotel. The five-story building houses a complex labyrinth of tiled hallways and staircases, and rather unglamoro
  • Kaony Lodge
    Spread out along the Rio Caoni, Kaony Lodge is a private ecological reserve of over 30 hectares of tropical forest. Cabins are rustic but cozy, and constructed entirely from local materials in order to blend in with the surroundings. As well as rest and relaxation, the lodge offers ample opportunit
  • Cucuya Eco-Lodge
    The Cucuya Eco-Lodge is the perfect spot to unwind in nature—to savor its sounds and flavors, to relax under starlit skies, to rest alongside a gently flowing river, and to become aware of nature's rhythms. Each cozy canopy room of the wooden lodge was designed to accentuate the breathtaking b
  • Arashá Spa
    This internationally recognized resort and spa is located in the heart of Ecuador's tropical forest, a hot spot of biodiversity and natural beauty. The surroundings themselves would be enough to attract travelers, but the sheer luxury of Arashá Spa, with its self-indulgent spas and ecologically se
  • Hotel Zaracay
    Hotel Zaracay is a pleasant hotel and is a fairly reliable choice. The hotel has plenty of amenities, including a nice swimming pool, which comes in handy in the sweltering heat. There are also areas for playing football, basketball, tennis and volleyball. The hotel boasts a little aviary, a gym, a
  • Santa Agua de Chachimbiro
    Previously known as Hostería Termas de Chachimbiro, Santa Agua de Chachimbiro (Holly Water of Chachimbiro) used to be a community-based ecotourism spa and resort run by the Cordillera Foundation (a local NGO), but is now run by the Provincial Government of Imbabura. The hosteria has therma
  • La Rica Ruca Eco-lodge
    La Rica Ruca Eco-Lodge is the most organic place in Ayangue, offering rustic bungalows made with natural materials as well as a camping area. Guests can use the communal kitchen and BBQ, go bird-watching or take walks to a nearby forest where Palo Santo grows. The caretakers of La Rica Ruca also le
  • Caskaffesu Hotel
    Located behind the attached restaurant and visible from the outdoor patio are the colorful adobe buildings that make up the Caskaffesu Hotel. Its eight rooms, spread out over two stories, are set in a semi-circle around a small garden. Clean and secure, with private bathrooms, the rooms are among t
  • Bernabeth Mompiche Beach
    If your ready to throw all your worries away and have everything catered to you, then spend a night (or more) at Bernabeth Hotel. This all-inclusive hotel is brand new in the town of Mompiche, and with it's giant neon sign visible from the beach, it definitely stands out from the rest of the rustic
  • Mindo Rio Hosteria
    Mindo Río Hostería is an all-inclusive resort lodge in Mindo offering elegant and comfortable rooms with private bath. Couples and parents can enjoy the adults-only pool while the children go for a splash in the kiddie pool. For relaxation they have a sauna and hydromassage. The pleasant and airy
  • Birdwatcher's House
    The Birdwatcher's House was designed as a place to relax. It has a central location with easy access to Mindo's bus stop and all of the area's major birding sites, up slope and down slope. Comfortable, secure and clean single and double rooms have a total capacity for 28 guests and have private bat
  • Urcu Puyujunda Eco-Lodge
    The Urcu Puyujunda (cloudforest in Quechua) Eco-Lodge is a small ecological reserve privately owned and run by an Ecuadorian couple. Accomodations include rustic bambu cabins all the way to quasi tree-house cabins raised towards the canopy! Located within the Choco-Andes region, this lodge offers y
  • La Posada
    This excellent guesthouse is well-run by its helpful, friendly owners. It is in a great location close to the plaza, just past the Feria Artesanal, and is handy for nearby restaurants, the lighthouse and both beaches. Possibly the cleanest place in town, it offers doubles and rooms with up to four
  • Alojamiento El Zorro
    A good mid-priced option in the heart of town, El Zorro offers clean doubles with private bathroom and hot water. Breakfast is not included and there isn't a kitchen, but being so close to the plaza and all its eateries, this shouldn't prove a problem. Just past Joselo's bar, and therefore also in
  • Hostal Pangora
    This wooden beachside hostel is good value for the money. Its matrimonial and family-style rooms are clean, airy and comfortable, and there is a pleasant terrace with large hammocks from where you can see Ayangue's bay or watch the sun set. The common area upstairs is rustic but stylish, with woode
  • Cumbres de Ayangue
    If you have money to spend and want something a little special, then head up to the top of the hills south of Ayangue. This hotel has one of the most spectacular locations on the Ecuadorian coast, perched on the cliffs with jaw-dropping—often hair-raising—views. The setting of the swimmin
  • Hostel Playa Rosada
    Hostería Angauel Playa Rosada is located on a remote stretch of Costa del Sol beach, about three kilometers (2 mi) north of Palmar. The hostería is a retreat of sorts, offering tranquility and a beautiful setting for artists and musicians. They offer meditation and tai chi, as well as massages, s
  • Hotel Oro Verde
    Hotel Oro Verde may be by far the nicest hotel in Machala, but it is the sort of place where you are paying for luxury, rooms start at $129 bucks a night. However, if your budget allows this sort of prices, and you want to have a relaxing couple of days, this is the perfect place to stay. The hotel'
  • Muyuyo Lodge
    Muyuyo Lodge is a compound of three bamboo Polynesian-style bungalows situated on a cliff in front of Ayangue's bay. The lodge has a beautiful ocean view and has direct access to Ayangue's main beach where you can practice a variety of activities like diving, paragliding, whale and bird-watching, a
  • Hotel Sol y Mar
    Hotel Sol y Mar's rooms are dated and characterless, but all have TVs and private bathrooms with hot water. While it is not nearly the nicest lodging option to stay in town, it wouldn't be a bad place to crash for a night, especially if in a group or on a tight budget. Several of the rooms can slee
  • Finca-Hostería El Retiro
    The Hostería El Retiro is a great place to spend a weekend with kids. The comfy rooms and cabins open right onto the swimming pool. Once the tykes are tired of splashing around, there is still plenty to do with a bird-watching path, a zip line, a climbing wall, horse-drawn carts, and even a visit

  • Barcelo Colón Miramar
    Barcelo Colón is the snazziest, most expensive place in Salinas, where the who's who of Ecuador spend the night. If you can afford to spend the extra dollars, this place is a sure-win in class, comfort and style. The nicer suites have a living room, mini-bar, coffee machine, bathtub and ocean view
  • Hotel Marnier
    Located just four blocks from the beach, Hotel Marnier makes guests feel right at home, whether traveling for business or pleasure. It has WiFi in all of the rooms, as well as air conditioning, cable TV, hot water in private bathrooms, an on-site restaurant and a garage for private parking. Rooms c
  • Hostería Ecológica El Faro
    For a completely opposite experience to the glitzy Miami-wannabe vibe of the rest of Salinas, head to the northern end of Malecón and stay at this colorful eco-lodge. High-rise modernity is swapped for leafy jungle vibes and people-watching swapped for wildlife-watching. The gardens are filled wit
  • Samai Ocean Lodge Spa
    Located on the San Jose Hill, with views of the sea stretching out 100 meters (330 ft) below, the Samai Ocean Lodge Spa combines holistic healing programs with comfortable accommodation, and is the place to go for a spiritual and emotional breath of fresh air. Natural accommodations with feng shui-
  • Hostal Solar del Puerto
    This is great hostel to use as a take-off point for Jambeli Island. Great service, helpful staff, clean, comfortable rooms, hot water, nice sitting areas on each floor and upstairs there is an open patio with a view of the ocean! Breakfast was included and tasty. They have a secure parking lot, so
  • Hotel Ines
    If you are looking for a place that is budget-friendly, Hotel Ines is a good bet. It may not be the fanciest or the newest place, but it is perfectly acceptable. Most rooms have air conditioning and cable TV.
  • Oro Hotel
    For a bit more comfort, this is a better bet with spacious rooms, friendly service and a pleasant café. Breakfast is included.
  • Hostel Tango Suites
    This newly renovated backpacker's haunt is a fine addition to the collection of San Telmo hostels. The owners have turned one of the neighborhood's classic buildings into a clean and relaxed hostel offering a range of services in a great location. Light pours into the sleekly decorated common area,
  • Gurda Tango & Winery Hotel
    Gurda is a concept boutique hotel, a typical old house, located at the heart of San Telmo (first Buenos Aires neighborhood). It has thematic rooms with the maximum comfort and a very original winery bar where you`ll be able to taste the most delicious meals, wines and cocktails made by our prestigio
  • Hotel Carly
    Located on the corner of Plaza Dorredo, at the very heart of San Telmo, this friendly, family-run hotel offers clean, no-frills accommodation. Simply furnished singles and doubles line the airy hallway of this old colonial house. To the rear of the building, a kitchen and large patio area offers gue
  • Ribera Sur Hotel
    The Ribera Sur Hotel offers a staggering surprise once one enters: an oasis of quiet (and air conditioning), as the doors to Avenida Paseo Colon shut out the bustle of the day. Opened in March 2007, this hotel is truly a marvel of its time. Without question one can sit back, relax and recharge batt
  • NH City & Tower
    City & Tower's central location is within a block of Plaza de Mayo, one of the city's most historically important and active public spaces. The hotel is one of several luxury properties of the NH chain, known for its simple yet stylish interior design. City & Tower lives up to that model with a spa
  • Hotel Los Robles
    Located four blocks from 9 de Julio, one of Buenos Aires' principal streets, this family-run San Telmo hotel is an option for the traveler looking for a cheap private room. The orange carpet and hexagonal light fixtures that hang from the hallway ceiling will not win any interior design awards, but
  • Casa Perla
    Casa Perla has eight sparkling clean rooms for two to three people. Each room has a bathroom with hot water, A/C, a refrigerator, a safe, internet and a telephone. There is also a hammock on each room's private balcony. To start the day, guests are served breakfast on the top-floor terrace, which h
  • Kilca Hostel
    In a beautifully restored old home in the historic Montserrat neighborhood, Kilca is one of Buenos Aires' most pleasant options and possibly the city's best value. The rooms are standard but clean and all of them have doors that open onto one of two well-landscaped, picturesque patios. A spacious fr
  • Hostal de la Boca
    As far as hostels go, there are much better options in Buenos Aires. The rooms are small and all are shared. The whole place feels a little bit cramped. Everything is clean and well maintained and could work well for someone looking for something affordable and a little off the beaten path. It is cl
  • Hostería Cuna Luna
    This welcoming hostería is as relaxing as the name sounds: “cradle moon.” Conceived as a relaxing retreat but also a community tourism project employing local people, it's well worth staying here to escape the tourism crowds in more popular resorts. The cozy but breezy thatched cabins a
  • Gran Hotel Hispano
    An affordable and friendly option in the heart of the city, the Gran Hotel Hispano provides clean, simple rooms only three blocks from the Plaza de Mayo. In the same block is BA's most emblematic old-time café, the legendary Café Tortoni, as well as the Academia Nacional de Tango. Rooms at the ba
  • Youkali Kultur Hotel
    NOTE: This business has closed. In a bold move, a young couple erected this hip hotel/bar/restaurant in the heart of what was then the red-light district of the low-rent Constitución neighborhood. City ordinances have moved most of the streetwalkers out of the area. The bar a
  • Che Lagarto
    Conveniently located on the border of San Telmo and the downtown commercial district, Che Lagarto is close to numerous transportation options and within walking distance of a host of tourist sights. Che Lagarto is clean, the staff is friendly, and there are a surprising number of services offered
  • Ayres Porteños Hostel
    Ayres Porteños is the first thematic hostel of Buenos Aires. Great location in the San Telmo neighborhood. Excellent service and the most funny and cordial staff. Spacious and cosy rooms, delicious breakfast, telephone booths, free internet access, Wi-Fi, laundry, housekeeping service and lot of mo
  • Hotel Chipipe
    Set back from the busy Malecón in a quiet but well-kept part of Salinas, the orange blocks of Hotel Chipipe don't look like much from the outside, but the modern facilities and attentive service make this one of the better places to stay. Besides having pleasant rooms with air conditioning and mo
  • El Carruaje Hotel
    One of the nicer places to spend the night in Salinas, El Carruaje Hotel has clean, classy rooms with air conditioning. Those with ocean views cost extra. Centrally located on the Malecón, it is within close reach of Salinas restaurants and nightlife, and, of course, the beach. The restaurant down
  • Dreamkapture Inn
    Guayaquil is sadly lacking in good-quality budget accommodation but Dreamkapture, located in a northern suburb Alborada, is a notable exception It's a few miles from the city center but secure, well-maintained and good value for the price. Choose from dorms, rooms with shared bath up to more comfor
  • Hostal Manglaralto
    Manglaralto has a scarcity of accommodation options but this hostel has sea views, which other options lack, and is good-value, particularly compared with Montañita. It has 23 suites that can sleep one to five people each. Rooms are comfortable with hot water, and some have ocean views. There is a
  • Hotel Andaluz
    Located just a few blocks from Malecón and 9 de Octubre, the elegantly designed Hotel Andaluz is perhaps the best mid-range deal for travelers who want to be in the middle of everything in downtown Guayaquil. The hotel provides all of the basic amenities: private bath with hot water, air conditio
  • Paola Hostal
    Paola Hostal offers good size single and double rooms among three floors in a carefully restored colonial building. The rooms on the top floor have beautiful woodencrafters, with the ones at the front of the hotel also having views of the street. All quarters come with a small seating area, includi
  • Tangara Guest House
    Located in a residential area on the outskirts of downtown, the Tangara Guest House offers a homely hostel atmosphere not easily found in Guayaquil. The communal kitchen and gardens make for a pleasant extended visit. The guesthouse owners also run a tour agency. Breakfast included.
  • Hotel Las Peñas
    Hotel Las Peñas, located above the bakery “Panadería California” and just one block from Av. 9 de Octubre, is a nice mid-range option if you want a comfortable place to stay. Rooms have a hotel-chain feel to them without the hefty price. They come with private bath, air conditioning, mi
  • Kamala Hostería
    This hippy hideaway is by far the most interesting accommodation option in Manglaralto. The set of individual cabins, sleeping between two and six people, are set around a small swimming pool just yards from the beach north of town. It takes some time to get to but that's precisely the point. There
  • Cabañas Mirada al Mar
    This two-storey, locally owned bamboo hotel is ideally located directly on Las Tunas' Malecón. Its eight rooms are clean but basic with private bathrooms and fans, and are ideal for those on a budget. It has a communal kitchen and a terrace with hammocks and ocean views. Some of the rooms also hav
  • Cabaña Comuna Montañita
    If you are more interested in hearing the waves than the music of downtown, head north along the beach to this set of six thatched cabins. Situated right on the beach with a small bar but an otherwise tranquil atmosphere, they are great value for money and since they're only a few years old, you av
  • Mochica Sumpa
    Opened in 2010, this rustic hostel offers clean, no-frills rooms right on the beach. It's a hostel with two halves, with the bright colors of the right side having the edge over the rustic bamboo ones of the left. Rooms are nothing special but the location and the view from the hammocks make this a
  • Majagua Adventure Boutique Hostel
    Posing itself as an adventure boutique hotel, this brand new lodging option is part of a chain of boutique hotels throughout Ecuador. Opened in September of 2012, Majagua has 20 private rooms spread out over five brightly painted floors separated by sturdy bamboo staircases, including a huge fourth
  • Riviera Suites Hotel
    One of the newest high-end hotels to open in Montañita, Riviera Suites Hotel is a modern and luxurious option that is especially good for families and groups. Centrally located in the middle of town and only a few blocks from the beach, Riviera Suites offers guests a slew of added extras, includin
  • Equus Erro
    Equus Erro Hostería's main draw is the view of the ocean, which can be seen from almost all the rooms. With seven rooms and two suites equipped with saunas, this little coastal inn is homey and relaxed. The hostería also has four- to six-person cabins for rent. There are several entertainm
  • Hostería Tsafiki
    Hostería Tsafiki does a good job of being fairly luxurious without sacrificing personality, maybe because of its inspired name, which means "the tongue of the real man" in a native Ecuadorian coastal language. Cabañas have terraces, fresh flowers, and hypoallergenic mattresses, pillows and blanke
  • Unipark Hotel
    Convenient for a leisurely stroll to the Malecón, this upscale hotel is owned by the Oro Verde chain. Smack in the middle of the central commercial district, the hotel is spread across two towers accommodating 139 rooms, including wheelchair accessible room options. The hotel has several restauran
  • Grand Hotel, Guayaquil
    The ageing concrete of Grand Hotel Guayaquil looks very uninviting from the outside but inside it lives up to its name, featuring a spacious reception area and excellent service. Centrally located, it's convenient for the city sights and a great place to indulge for a day or two. Activities inclu
  • Mansion Del Rio Boutique Hotel
    We are located in the Barrio Las Peñas, important center of tourism development and one of the most representative traditional neighborhoods of the city of Guayaquil, Mansion del Rio Boutique Hotel provides pleasant space. All of our rooms are decorated with an antique European style, enabling our
  • Hotel City Plaza
    The newest addition to Guayaquil's top-range accommodation is a modern, sleek business-like hotel. It's a touch more economical than the city's grander options but the rooms are still immaculately presented and the service attentive.
  • Hotel Oro del Mar I, II, and III
    The first Oro Del Mar must have done fairly well, because Salinas now has two others of the same name. Spread out across Salinas, these hotels are a good budget option, offering simple, clean rooms with well-maintained private bathrooms and TVs. Air conditioning is also available in some rooms. Rec
  • Hotel Yulee
    The cheaper rooms in this hotel are among the most economical in town. Housed in an old colonial-style building sitting behind the high-rises, Hotel Yulee is a charming architectural throwback. Bright yellow paint enlivens a sagging wooden façade, which leads into a modest but well-appointed din
  • Suites Salinas
    Black leather couches, glossy floors and a modern reception area greet travelers as they enter Suites Salinas. Rooms are clean and modern with new furniture, and bathrooms come equipped with miniature soaps and bottles of shampoo. If you're only staying the night and have some cash to spare, this i
  • Travel Suites
    A palm tree-shaded modern building located away from the main drag maintains Travel Suites, a set of apart-hotels that are especially ideal for longer Salinas stays. Rooms are bright, modern and spacious, with a small kitchen area fronted by a tiled counter and equipped with a mini-fridge and mode
  • Hostal Linda
    The rooms at this mid-range hotel are a cut above the competition with elegant furnishing, plush décor and marble floors. It's one of the newest hotels in the center and ideally located overlooking Parque Centenario.
  • Hotel Rizzo
    It's not as endearing inside as Andaluz but Hotel Rizzo's position is perfect, right on Parque de las Iguanas. The rooms are well-appointed, some have small balconies and others overlook the park. Downstairs there's a good if slightly pricey café Jambelí which serves set menus for breakfast, lunc
  • Ecovita
    Ecovita is an organic farm camping site located in Pallatanga, two hours from Guayaquil, promoting projects geared toward community efforts and raising awareness about conservation. The name â??ecovitaâ? itself means â??ecological life,â? fitting for a place dedicated to agro-tourism and en
  • Hotel Oro Verde
    Centrally located and only 10 minutes from the airport, the Oro Verde is a plush choice for those with money to burn. This chain hotel boasts spotless well-furnished rooms, complete with cable TV, Internet, radio, telephone, safe and mini-bar. A couple of days at this hotel would give you just enou
  • Hampton Inn Guayaquil-Downtown
    Boasting 95 rooms and a 24-hour business center, the Hampton Inn Guayaquil-Downtown offers all the necessities for business or pleasure. Dining options inside the hotel include Japanese cuisine at the Bonsai Sushi Bar, a la carte lunch and dinner at the Kafe Boulevard Restaurant and a gourmet deli
  • Hotel Suites Guayaquil
    Hotel Suites Guayaquil is located in the center, near Malecon del Salado. They are comfortable suites ideal for people looking for more privacy and independence than a hotel can offer. Prices include tax and Internet is free. Airport pick up is also included, just call Mario to set an arrival time
  • Hotel Mar de Plata
    This is one of the best budget options in the centre of town. Most of the options cheaper than this are dirty, seedy and generally unbearable. The rooms are simple but clean with private bath and cable TV, and the hotel is very conveniently located for sightseeing.
  • Posada Santa Maradona
    Probably the most bohemian-style place to stay in town, Santa Maradona is located in a peaceful spot on Playa Sur. Its simple facilities include two mattress-only doubles, plus a shared room with single mattresses in the attic (up the ladder), a small shared kitchen, and a shower-head into which yo
  • Hostal Bahía Bed and Breakfast
    A bit of love and affection, plus a little artistic flair, infuse the otherwise dark and drab space of Hostal Bahía with life. Climb the sagging wooden stairs from the street entrance and you'll find yourself in a spacious reception area surrounded by walls painted with creeping vines and delicate
  • El Ciragan
    Clean, tidy rooms with air conditioning and cozy beds are what make this place a haven for beaten and tired travelers. Hot showers (via an electric shower head) will be sure to wash away your stresses and dirtiness, and wi-fi is super convenient for reconnecting with friends and family. In addition
  • El Refugio de Mr Jerry
    A 10-minute boat ride around the bay from Bahia Solano to Huina reveals a further beach which has more accommodation available - one of these being Mr Jerry's. Needing some superficial work, Mr Jerry's can sleep fifty people comfortably and works on the basis of people buying packages including all
  • Morromico
    Nice accommodations beautiful beach, I will recommended this for a friend
  • Copalinga
    Located three kilometers (1.86 mi) from Podocarpus National Park, Copalinga is a mecca for birders and nature lovers. The hotel is surrounded by a complex network of trails with bird viewing spots. Six cozy cabins house up to 12; four smaller doubles each have private bath, hot showers and a balco
  • Rumi Wilco Nature Reserve and Eco-Lodge
    Rumi Wilco is only a 10-minute walk from the center of Vilcabamba, but you feel like you are miles away. This nature reserve (admission: $2) was created by an Argentinian couple, Alicia and Orlando Falco, in an effort to reverse the environmental degradation caused by slash-and-burn agriculture. Th
  • Zamorano Real Hotel
    Zamorano Real is a really good value given its modern facilities and extra amenities. Its rooms are spacious and decorated in soothing earth tones with contemporary touches and big plasma TVs. Not only do they look spotless, but they have the scent of a freshly cleaned room as well. The nicest suit
  • Podocarpus
    Located near the central plaza, Hotel Podocarpus is comfy and modern, making it one of your better options while staying in Loja. It offers spacious rooms with hot water, private bathrooms and cable TV. Guests can dine at the on-site restaurant El Tucán, or socialize in "Romerillos," the central
  • Playa de Oro Lodge
    The Playa de Oro Lodge is a massive construction on Huina beach that caters to package tourists from Medellín. The resort is made up of four blocks, each with eight rooms. All have private bathrooms, fans and a hammock on a private terrace. The package deal includes transportation from the airport
  • Hotel La Casona
    Between the Tomebamba and Yanuncay rivers, you'll find the beautifully restored house of Hotel La Casona. Its 28 rooms are equipped with private bathrooms, cable TV, WiFi, safety box and hairdryer. Some of the rooms are more spacious than others, so ask to see some rooms first if you would prefer o
  • Hotel Carvallo
    Located in the beautiful historical center, this recently converted colonial home integrates classic charm with all the comforts of an elegant modern establishment. Warmth and refinement greet visitors at every corner, from the tastefully appointed furnishings to the stylish décor. The 30 rooms ar
  • Finca Raval Jardín Ecológico
    After months of traveling, do you need to go into retreat? Pamper your physical and spiritual selves at Finca Raval Jardín Ecológico, a Hare Krishna-run spa located 25 kilometers (15 miles) from Bucaramanga. Besides providing simple lodging and vegetarian food, it has a natural swimming pool, vol
  • Hotel Milan
    Hotel Milan is a favorite place for foreign visitors to lay their heads in Cuenca, in no small part because the establishment is clean, centrally located and comes highly recommended by the local tourism bureau. Hotel Milan is so popular that the hotel fills up quickly, particularly during weekends
  • El Cafecito
    El Cafecito is a decent option if you want a cheap dorm bed close to Cuenca's attractions and nightlife. However, it also has its own restaurant and bar in the colonial courtyard and the noise level often makes it hard to sleep. The private rooms are overpriced for what you get, but the hostel's so
  • Villa Nova Inn
    Villa Nova Inn is located in front of Parque de la Madre and the Tomebamba River and offers 12 cozy rooms with private baths and showers with 24-hour hot water. The rooms with river views have nice terraces and cost more than those located in the interior. The complimentary breakfast is prepared wi
  • Hotel Le Rendez-Vous
    Le Rendez-Vous was set up by a French couple who fell in love with and chose to settle in Vilcabamba after traveling extensively throughout South America. The grounds feature eight adobe cabins with private bathrooms and 24-hour hot water. Each has a pretty terrace where you can kick back and relax
  • 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
  • Hotel Perla Verde
    Hotel Perla Verde is truly a pearl compared to the otherwise lackluster accommodations available in Esmeraldas. The hotel is centrally located, and offers hot water, WiFi, private bathrooms, firm beds and an American breakfast is included. The hotel is sports a modern, sleek feel in the midst of Es
  • Hotel Roma
    Located on the ever-busy Olmedo street, Hotel Roma offers very simple but clean accommodations. Rooms are air-conditioned, with private bathrooms and 24-hour running water. If you're looking to block out noise from the street below, each room also has cable TV. Although not particularly pleasing on
  • Hotel Casino Palm Beach
    The brand-new Hotel Casino Palm Beach is one of the most luxurious of Esmeraldas' lodging options. The hotel isn't exactly beach front, but it's about 100 meters away from the palm-lined Las Palmas beach. The staff is extremely friendly and courteous, and the manager is always glad to chat. The o
  • Hotel Colon Palace
    This is one of the newest hotels in Esmeraldas. As a result, it's the most modern-looking and pristine of the bunch. Offering accommodations that seem oriented more for business-folk, Hotel Colon still welcomes tourists and backpackers alike with great service. Rooms are spacious with practically i
  • Andy Hotel Internacional
    The concrete building perched above the Malecón strip might be considered an eyesore, but in terms of value for money, travelers will find this place appealing. Rooms are simple, with bunks, TV, fan, and private bathrooms, and most offer a seaside view through screen-less windows (beware of mosqui
  • Hotel Galleria
    Like a number of places in Atacames, Hotel Galleria has seen better days. The small, dark rooms are in a conspicuously large, sagging wooden building and offer little more than a bathroom, simple bunks and maybe-works ceiling fan. Despite appearances, however, the hotel is not without its charms. B
  • Hostal El Cisne
    Set back from the main road, Hostal El Cisne is a quiet place to rest your head for the night. A large blue and yellow concrete building, the hotel lacks the character of smaller hostels but more than makes up for it in value and comfort. Clean, bright rooms come with a big bed, tiled floors, air c
  • Residencial Zulema
    Despite a grand external appearance, this hostel doesn't seem to put its money where its mouth is. The multistoried building with beehive-stacked windows boasts dingy, dark rooms, some with a shared bathroom and a TV. For the price, you're better off staying in one of the other places in town, but
  • 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
  • El Descanso Del Toro
    This brand-new lodging option in Vilcabamba brings a bit of luxury to this bohemian town. El Descanso de Toro has 17 spacious rooms, each with a private in-room Jacuzzi. The hotel's multi-storey wooden structures surround its large heated pool—the undeniable focal point—complete with a sma
  • Hostería Durán
    Located in the small town of Baños about five minutes from Cuenca (not to be confused with the much larger town of Baños near Ambato), Hostería Durán is a surprisingly large hotel and visitor complex. The establishment has hot springs, a restaurant, conference facilities, a game room, water slid
  • Hostería Durán
    Hostería Durán is a surprisingly large hotel and visitor complex with four hot springs, Turkish baths, a gym, a football fields and tennis court, water slides, a games room and more. It is far and away the best place to stay in the tiny town of Baños and stacks up well against hotels in Cuenca,
  • Hostal Estefania
    Hostal Estefania is one of the friendlier and cleaner places to stay in town. Walls adjacent to the staircase bear various brightly colored paintings, and most rooms feature reprints of Ecuador's great master Guayasamín. Rooms are clean and simple, with private bathrooms, air conditioning and a re
  • Hostal Sultana de Los Andes
    This budget hostel along the Olmeda drag can be reached via a set of stairs from the street. The walls around the reception area have been painted a cheerful purple color, which matches the friendly woman who will show you available rooms. As in most of the lodgings in Esmeraldas, the rooms are sli
  • San Andrés Hotel
    Considering the quality of accommodation and prices, San Andrés is a good value. Spacious rooms feature over-sized beds, elegant comforters and classic dark-wood furniture. Social areas are organized around classy cast-iron furniture and tastefully arranged décor, while the service is attentive.
  • Hotel El Quijote
    Hotel El Quijote offers 33 rooms with a total capacity for 65 people. Rooms are small but sufficient and have private bathrooms and plasma TVs. There is a restaurant-bar on-site that cooks up Ecuadorian food and a conference space for 60 people that guests can rent out for an extra cost. Although n
  • Hotel Flores
    For the price, Hotel Flores is a respectable option-rooms are comfortable and each has a private bathroom, cable TV and WiFi, and some have balconies. The hotel itself is simple but pleasant, with colorfully-painted walls and an airy indoor courtyard. It's located on a busy road though, so it does
  • Riviera Sucre
    Otavalo's oldest hotel, Hotel Riviera Sucre, located in a beautiful, 150 year old colonial house, is hands-down the loveliest hotel for this price range. It's deceptively spacious, with a courtyard filled with greenery and hammocks, gardens, an area for washing and drying clothes, a communal kitche
  • Polylepis Lodge
    Polylepis is a unique eco-lodge tucked inside El Ángel Ecological Reserve. The reserve protects 30 acres of rare polylepis forest that dates back to about 2 million years. The lodge has a mix of 14 huts and cottages with private bathrooms, fireplaces and, for some, private jacuzzis. Each of the
  • La Montaña Cabañas
    Cabañas La Montaña is one of those quaint, rustic establishments that belong in Patagonia. The clean, open cabins are well-built using logs and stone from the area. Some of the places are equipped with Jacuzzi tubs and stone fireplaces, great for a romantic get-away. Each cabaña is set apart from
  • Cabañas Tunquelén
    Cabañas Tunquelén is a great option for those that are traveling in a small group and looking for something more accommodating than a basic hotel room. The cabins are spacious, clean and have a nice view of Cerro Piltriquitrón. Prices are reasonable, especially with the maid service that is inclu
  • Hostal San Blas
    Right on the roundabout at the entrance of the village, Hostal San Blas offers very basic and somewhat dark rooms with tiled floors. Some have a private bathroom. While distinctly lacking in charm, this place may be convenient for people just passing through and who don't want to bother going into
  • La Posada Del Quinde
    La Posada del Quinde (previously the Hotel Ali Shungu), though located just a few blocks from the Plaza de Ponchos, has the feel of a country inn, due to its gorgeous gardens and sunny patio. Rooms, though simply furnished, are spotlessly clean and decorated with local weavings. American owner Magg
  • Hostal María
    The Hostal María is a unremarkable but friendly place, conveniently close to the Plaza de Ponchos. The medium-sized rooms lack character, but they're clean and all have private bathrooms and cable TV. The price is fixed per person, whether you want a single, double or triple, which makes the hoste
  • Estancia Quillen
    Estancia Quillén is one of the few places to stay within Parque Lanín that isn't located within San Martin de los Andes and isn't camping. The estancia is more than a century old and provides beautiful views with its location on a hill overlooking the Quillén River. Staff members will happily a
  • Casa Mojanda
    Casa Mojanda, located in the hills on the road to Lagunas de Mojanda (just over 3 km/1.86 mi from Otavalo), is a delightful mix of hacienda experience and modern responsible tourism. Casa Mojanda is not a historical hacienda; rather, the accommodations are relatively modern. It prides itself on ma
  • Vulanche
    Located 200 meters away from the lake, Vulanche provides the most versatile lodging options in town. Visitors can choose from camping sites, hostel dorms, or private cabins, which is why a diverse group of travelers with all kinds of budgets can be found here. Indoor accommodations come with sate
  • Hotel El Indio
    The Hotel El Indio's concrete and glass façade and tired neon signs do little to tempt tourists. But those who do make it through the front door will be rewarded with a warm welcome from the Otavaleño owners and with spotlessly clean rooms, all with private bathrooms and cable TV. The decoratio
  • Cabañas Del Campo
    Cabañas Del Campo offers you lodging in cottages, apartments or rooms, within walking distance of town. The cottages and the hosteria (hotel) are located in large gardens full of trees. Tables, BBQs, swings and a slide for the children promote an ideal environment in which to have a good ti
  • Hostal Valle del Amanecer
    A gem of a hostel, this is a chilled out little place with lots of perks: friendly owners, a helpful travel desk, a café/restaurant that is open all day and a central patio with a huge avocado tree, lots of plants and hammocks. Rooms have WiFi but are small and basic, and it can get quite noisy if
  • Estancia Los Cuartos
    At Estancia Los Cuartos, travelers can get away from the bustle of the tourist crowds and step back into grandma's olden days. The 200-year-old ranch's white-washed, adobe main house is now a beautiful retreat with only seven rooms, all dressed in antiques passed down generation to generation. The
  • Hostal El Arbolito
    Hostal El Arbolito blends elegant charm and modern comfort with old-fashioned friendliness. Each room is decorated with finely handcrafted wood and comes equipped with private bath, cable TV and WiFi. Staff is extremely friendly and can help arrange tours. El Arbolito's central location (just off P
  • Cabañas Bellavista
    Rustic is the key theme surrounding these cabins. If you've never felt like a peace corps volunteer before and you'd like a taste of it, this might be your shot. Lovely, attentive and incredibly kind William Chila and his family run Cabañas Bellavista, which is an initiative to help ecotourism gro
  • Hotel Oro Verde
    Hotel Oro Verde (the name translates as "Green Gold" in Spanish and refers to bananas) is Cuenca's most luxurious hotel. The establishment is a destination in itself, offering such amenities as a swimming pool, exercise room, fine dining, tennis and horseback riding. The Oro Verde has 77 rooms, so
  • Mansión Alcázar
    A little over a decade ago, the owners of this fine colonial mansion in central Cuenca renovated it into a modern, elegant hotel. The setting is quite pleasant and the rooms are large and comfortable, if a bit formal. There are a total of 15 rooms and nine suites, each of which is different and eac
  • Residencial Doña Pilo
    A half-step up from the cheapest places in town, Residencial Doña Pilo is a small, family run place only a couple blocks off the main drag. It's upstairs from the cheery Kicker Rock Cafeteria. There are only four rooms, each of which has three or four beds each, so getting a single might prove p
  • Banana Lodge
    Banana Lodge is located on the bank of the Misahuallí River and bears its name for the banana plants growing in its territory. It is just a 10-minute walk from the central park of Puerto Misahualli. The lodge has three cozy rooms with private bathrooms, as well as a hut with hammocks, a BBQ and
  • Hostal La Orquídea
    Hostal La Orquídea is a converted colonial home in downtown Cuenca with 25 rooms. The establishment's rates are lower than many of its competitors, so the place tends to fill up fast. If you plan to stay at La Orquidea, try to call ahead or arrive early. The hostel is quite pleasant and known for
  • Cabañas Koshem
    Cabañas Koshem's location just can't be beat. This small compound on a corner lot is only one block from Perito Moreno's bus terminal and from the Ruta 43-Ruta 40 crossroads. This hotel offers both rooms with private bath or, for a bit more, apartment-like cabañas for up to six people. All
  • Cabañas del Lago
    Located on the east side of the San Pablo lake, only 15 minutes from Otavalo, Cabañas del Lago is an oasis of luxury tucked between the small lake towns. The resort-style hotel offers a variety of lodging options including: single rooms, cabins, suites and family cottages. Each room is equipped wi
  • Hostería Oro Azul
    The hotel "Hostería Oro Azul" is a really nice place, in the middle of the nature, localized in the beautiful city of Cotacachi between the 2 volcanos Cotacachi and Imbabura. It's an old centenary "Hacienda" transformed. There are nice rooms with private bathrooms and one bathroom with Jacuz
  • Hotel Tierra Del Sol
    Half a block from the main plaza is the lovely Hotel Tierra del Sol (previously Hotel El Meson de las Flores). It is set in an elegant 180-year old colonial building, with spacious rooms dotted around an indoor courtyard. Rooms are pleasant, and have private bath, WiFi, and heaters for the chilly n
  • Hotel Sara Espindola
    From the flashy neon lights outside and the entrance tucked in a narrow doorway, you would never guess this is the most chic hotel in town. Yet once you climb the tiled staircase into the reception area, you find nice carpeted hallways leading to bright and cheerful double and triple rooms, each on
  • Hotel Machado
    One block from the main square and all the money changers, on one of the main arteries of Tulcán, Hotel Machado is one of the decent, if pricy, options in town. The 12 rooms, some doubles and some singles, are cozy, with comfortable beds and small but clean tiled bathrooms. There is a dark lounge
  • Accommodations Summary
    Córdoba offers a wide variety of accommodations, from the most basic backpacker hostel to the most luxurious resort. For young travelers on a budget, there are a lot of fun, lively hostels located in the center of the city where you can easily meet up with fellow adventurers.
  • 279 Bed And Breakfast
    279 Boutique Bed+Breakfast is centrally located in the Historical section of Alta Gracia. 279 is within walking distance to all museums and restaurants. This 1910 Landmark House has two rooms that open up to the beautiful gallery and patio area. Both rooms have private bathrooms, queen size bed
  • Hotel Miramar
    If you plan on hitting Atacames with a group of four or more, then Hotel Miramar (formerly Hotel Ximena Inn) is your best bet. Suites include clean, modern rooms with screened windows (a plus considering the mosquitoes) and large, tiled bathrooms. Caribbean and coral colors add a splash of flavor t
  • Hotel El Tiburón
    Hotel El Tiburón, located behind a conspicuous purple and white façade, is a friendly and economical option for families and groups of friends. The hospitable staff and central location are a bonus, as are both the hammock-lined courtyard restaurant and indoor pool area. Rooms are nothing to br
  • Hotel Manta Imperial
    Located in a prime spot right on the beach, Hotel Manta Imperial is a bit run down but still a good option for those looking to be near the beach. Rooms are sparsely furnished with older furniture, but have clean sheets and scrubbed bathrooms. A large, outdoor pool sits in the middle of the complex,
  • Vistalmar Cabañas Boutique
    The view itself would be worth a chest of gold, but this Manta wonder also offers a unique setting so tranquil even the air seems more relaxed up here, leaving visitors with the feeling that time might be found just around the corner, relaxing in the bamboo bungalow. Vistalmar, which is graced with
  • Hotel Costa del Sol
    Perched on a high cliff overlooking the sea, the hotel's romantic setting is somewhat marred by the its circus-style construction. Rooms, however, are tasteful and the staff stylish. A modern reception area with marble floors and modern art decorating the walls ushers visitors toward large, modern
  • Hotel Oro Verde
    This large skyscraper-like building houses the swankiest hotel in Manta. Oozing style and with almost every service imaginable, including an on-site sushi restaurant, spa and sports facilities, Hotel Oro Verde deserves every one of its five stars. A palatial reception fronts spacious modern rooms w
  • Hotel Balandra
    Balandria is a self-sufficient paradise tucked away in a quiet residential neighborhood only 50 meters (164 ft) from Murciélago Beach, and the hotel offers stylish and comfortable lodging that is perfect for families or large groups. The mock-cabin studios, topped with green roofs and wooden balco
  • Hotel Las Gaviotas
    A peeling blue façade leads into a surprisingly professional-looking reception area, where a friendly staff is ready and waiting to help. Rooms are well-appointed, clean and spacious, making Hotel Las Gaviotas one of the better value options in the area. The attached restaurant, La Barca, mainta
  • Hostal Manakin
    This lovely building set in a peaceful residential neighborhood has been renovated and revamped and now houses one of the nicest hostels on this side of town. Modest rooms are tastefully appointed with new beds, bedspreads and furniture, and brand new gizmos like remote-control air conditioners and
  • Hotel Inca
    A grand building housing an interesting collection of art and sculptures that decorate an otherwise aging and dark building, Hotel Inca remains a popular place during high season. Rooms are dated and appointed with eons-old furniture, but the sheets are clean and beds relatively comfortable. Bathroo
  • Hotel Old Navy
    Hotel Old Navy is possibly the best budget option on this side of town. The hotel has a modern façade and bright, mosaic-tiled reception area that leads to rooms tastefully painted in bright colors and furnished with new beds and bedspreads, as well as tiled floors, modern fixtures, ceiling fans
  • Hotel ArenaMar
    Hotel ArenaMar is a solid option for those on a budget and looking to stay at the east end of Manta. The hotel has a professional, modern-looking reception area that leads upstairs to large rooms with cable TV, telephones, surprisingly large modern bathrooms and the capacity to sleep as many as 12
  • Panorama Inn y Su Cascada Suite
    Panorama Inn, one of the more modern places to stay in Tarqui, offers rooms overlooking a courtyard pool that has been decked out in an island theme. Ask for the suites across the street, which are even nicer, though a bit steeper in price, and have new comforters, small but tidy bathrooms, and doo
  • Yara María
    From the outside, this place seems promising: a small garden area surrounds a quiet courtyard with colorful hammocks that swing in the breeze. Unless you pay for air conditioning and ask for one of the nicer rooms, however, you might find yourself squeezed into a very modest room with unscreened win
  • Hotel Las Rocas
    This large hotel facing the sea is, like most of the hotels in Tarqui, in need of a face-lift but still manages to offer clean and comfortable accommodation. Rooms are large and those streetside boast good views of the port. Faded, but clean sheets conceal older beds, which match the Victorian-styl
  • La Posada de Daniel
    A popular Canoa fixture, La Posada de Daniel offers comfortable cabins, which are perfect for large groups, and equipped with mosquito nets, private bathrooms and fans. The cabins also have balconies with views of the town and a bit of sea. Calm, quiet and cozy, this place also features an on-site
  • Hostel Shelmar
    Located one block from the beach, Hostal ShelMar offers basic but bright rooms and private bathrooms upstairs and a good, cheap restaurant downstairs. This isn't the best place in town, but still good value, clean and comfortable. Laundry service is available for both patrons and non-patrons. Activ
  • Canoa's Wonderland
    Run by a Dutch family, this few-year-old hotel offers some of the best high-end accommodation to be found in the small village of Canoa. The hotel occupies a prime location at the end of the main street, right on the beach, though it is a bit of an eyesore compared to the other rustic accommodation
  • Coconut Bungalow
    Located 1.5km south of Canoa on the road from San Vicente, Coconut Bungalow offers rooms with balconies and views of the ocean, and owns its own stretch of beach, reserved only for guests. Relax in the shade of the hotel´s beach tents, or eat to your heart´s content in their restaurant, which
  • Hotel Yam Yam
    A blocky building a couple blocks off the beach, Hotel Yam Yam doesn't have much going for it, which is why owner Yandre Arteaga has lowered the room rates and offers additional services. He is a friendly local with good knowledge of the area, and he does unofficial tours with hotel guests. He'll t
  • Lahuen Co Eco Resort
    Located near volcano Lanín and lakes Paimun and Carilafquen, Lahuen Co Eco Resort offers guests the most upscale, and most expensive ($240-900/night), lodging option within Parque Lanín. The resort's main attraction is its luxurious thermal pools ($100/day to access them), many of which include
  • Punta Prieta Guesthouse
    Miles from the nearest village and filled with the sound of waves crashing into its cliffs, Punta Prieta calms the restless and soothes the burdened. This guest house offers creature comforts, fresh seafood, and all of those intangibles that go with its location: a salty breeze that rejuvenates the
  • Spring Creek Lodge
    Located 10 km outside of Junín, Spring Creek Lodge is a serene environment that attracts many fishermen due to its location on the Chimehuin River, but all guests can enjoy the spectacular views of volcano Lanín. The upscale lodge includes all of the amenities you'd expect to find at a high-end
  • Sheraton Iguazú
    In the middle of forest is Iguazú National Park´s only hotel, the Sheraton Iguazú Resort and Spa. Like all its other hotels world-wide, this is a first-rate place to rest one's head while drifting off to the sounds of the jungle. Accommodations come in a variety of choices, including king-sized
  • Sundown Inn
    The Sundown Inn is very popular for its Spanish lesson programs and isolated, private beach location. Located a 20-minute walk, or a quick five-minute bus ride to Canoa, The Sundown Inn is a great escape for couples or travelers looking for seclusion and tranquility, with only the sound of the wave
  • Hotel Sol y Luna
    Located at the far south end of the beach, Hotel Sol y Luna is an aging but good-value place. It is built hacienda-style around a courtyard swimming pool which boasts excellent seaside views. A modest garden adds a splash of color to the site, and rooms are big, clean and well-maintained, with mode
  • La Vista
    A grand hotel fronting the main beach, La Vista is a new place boasting big beds and polished wooden floors. The private balconies all have hammocks and a stunning sea view. Rooms are open and airy, and emit a chilled-out but classy feel that even the grungiest backpacker will appreciate. The staff
  • Coco Loco
    A big Swiss-family Robin-esque bamboo house, Hostal Coco Loco is one of the most popular spots to spend the night in Canoa. A true traveler's meeting ground, Coco Loco provides all the comforts of home for an international crowd. It is easy to spend a morning, afternoon or evening idling around the
  • Moconá Jungle Lodges
    There are jungle lodges between El Soberbio and Saltos del Moconá where guests can immerse themselves into the wild beauty of the Paranaense forest. Most hotels' contact phone numbers are in Buenos Aires, and all offer hikes and excursions to Río Uruguay's stunning Saltos de Moconá. Some lodge
  • Hostería Canoa
    Hostería Canoa, sprawled across its own section of private beach a few kilometers from town, offers a slightly more intimate setting than some of the smaller places in Canoa. Clean, modern and colorful rooms are set around a courtyard swimming pool and restaurant and bar area. The restaurant, in p
  • Cabañas Mar y Paz
    At Cabañas Mar y Paz, clusters of modest cabins surround a spacious yard equipped with a volleyball court and picnic tables. The facilities make the hotel the perfect setting for friendly reunions and family excursions. The ever-amiable owners, Catalina and Jaime, aim to please and (with prior not
  • Hotel Pacifico Inn
    Located in an old building with aged facilities, Hotel Pacifico is still a good value for those hoping to hang onto their dough. Move beyond the rather drab-looking reception area, set in the garage, and you'll discover bright, clean rooms equipped with air conditioning and cable TV. Beds are spruc
  • Hotel Boulevard I
    Hotel Boulevard is an option if you're really strapped for cash, though you're much better off forking out a few more dollars at a different establishment. Rooms are small, smell a bit musty, and bathrooms are in need of repair. Boulevard is not the worst place in town, but even those on a budget ca
  • Chill Inn
    This small, Swiss-run hostel is clean and friendly, with nice rooms that sleep two to eight people each. All have comfortable beds, private bathrooms and fans. Several common areas to chill out in provide a pleasant ambiance for travelers, small groups, couples and families. In the small beach-styl
  • Hotel Club Del Sol
    Club del Sol is one of the few places in Atacames that has the distinct feel of a large hotel chain: artwork-adorned walls, precisely made beds with matching nightstands, and that ever-so-friendly paper tab wrapped around the toilet to signal no one has used it since the last cleaning. Besides mode
  • Hotel El Marques
    Hotel El Marques is one of Atacames' largest and most luxurious hotels. Just a few years old, the hotel exudes luxury, with its seven-story presence and large courtyard pool. Everything about the hotel is maintained well, and rooms offer hot water, cable TV, and firm beds with nice linens, and most
  • Hotel Oceano
    Hotel Oceano sits a few buildings off of the Malecón and offers pretty meager amenities. Some rooms do not have windows and none have hot water, but there is cable, an oscillating fan in each room, and a few arcade games. The front desk also doubles as a small convenience store. This shouldn't be
  • Arco Iris Hotel
    The 11-story Arco Iris Hotel offers everything in the way of luxury accommodation in Atacames. The hotel sits on the quieter eastern end of the Malecón, and almost every suite has a view of the ocean. There are no small rooms here; each suite has a small kitchen, a firm bed, a balcony and hot wate
  • Hotel Mira Valle
    Hotel Mira Valle sits right off of the western end of the Malecón and offers basic rooms for a fairly cheap price. However, there is no hot water and some rooms have no windows. The building itself lacks any sort of charm and long, dark hallways give it a drab feel. The location is good, however.a
  • Hotel Juan Sebastian
    Hotel Juan Sebastian lies at the eastern end of the Malecón and features an unmistakable sign mimicking the Walt Disney logo. The hotel tries to live up to this association with its five abnormally large pools interconnected by narrow channels in the center of the grounds. A number of room options
  • Hosteria Cayapas
    Tucked away from the main strip, Hosteria Cayapas is significantly quieter and more expensive than other options in town. The area outside looks a little worse for wear, and you might expect more of the rooms considering the price, but in general, Hostería Cayapas isn't a bad deal. Rooms come with
  • Hotel San Jose
    If you're looking for a place in town but set away from the Malecón's noise, this is an ideal option. You might have to inquire next door at the convenience shop, as the entrance is often unattended. This is a solid place to spend the night: rooms with clean sheets, private bathroom, fan and TV. T
  • Rincon del Mar
    This sprawling complex is located on the beach behind a gruesome-looking chain link fence. Its small, shabby-looking rooms with private bathrooms and multiple bunks open onto ocean views, while an adobe complex to the back offers more rooms by the pool. Compared to other hotels in the same location
  • Malecón Inn
    Looking like a miniature skyscraper, Malecón Inn has a commanding view of the Malecón strip and the beach. Walk through the glass door and up the stairs and you'll be pleasantly surprised by how clean, modern and safe the hotel feels, but it lacks any sort of charm. Offering simple but immaculate
  • Hotel Cielo Azul
    In terms of price, location and facilities, Hotel Cielo Azul is probably one of the best mid-range choices in Atacames. The hotel is tucked away from the Malecón's noise and crowds, and the rooms overlook the beach and a central courtyard with a small pool. Follow a sandy walkway from the hotel an
  • Hotel Orus
    Hotel Orus is one of the few modern-looking, multistoried hotels in Atacames, and features a terrace-top pool overlooking the ocean. Rooms are simple but clean, with private bathrooms and hot water. Unfortunately, this otherwise modern hotel lacks air conditioning, so you might have to make frequen
  • Hotel Carluz
    Located across the street from Hotel Club del Sol, at the quieter western end of Atacames, Hotel Carluz seems to occupy its own peaceful space. The hotel is significantly smaller and better maintained than other options nearby and is the perfect place for those in search of a slightly cozier, more
  • La Terraza
    La Terraza's white adobe building is reminiscent of the more expensive places perched on the hillside, and the rooms inside are bright and breezy. Private bathrooms are immaculate and rooms open onto a terrace overlooking the sea. The next-door cabins, also part of La Terraza, are slightly more eco
  • Hotel Cabanas Isla del Sol
    Hotel Cabanas Isla del Sol is an oceanfront hotel concealed by palm trees. The hotel offers accommodations for one to seven people with rooms that include cable TV, fridge, hot-water, and fan or air conditioning. There are also two-room cabins with complete kitchens, which are perfect for families.
  • 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
  • Hotel San Marena
    While most Mompiche accommodations are rustic, relying heavily on thatch and bamboo, San Marena is more in line with the clean, budget hotels found in the United States (Day's Inn or Red Roof spring to mind). The rooms are large and have fans, televisions and DVD players. Guests can also buy Intern
  • Posada De La Laguna
    Posada de la Laguna is one of Colonia Pellegrini's oldest and finest inns. Built and operated by Elsa Güiraldes, great-niece of famed Argentine writer Ricardo Güiraldes, the hotel has a comfortable sitting and dining lodge where classical music plays low. The guest rooms are in separate, ranc
  • Hostería San Antonio
    Rustic meets modern elegance at this lovely coastal retreat. In addition to first-class service and comfortable rooms, this place also features a top-notch restaurant and bar, a zoo (yes, a zoo), and a range of activities, bound to appease both the culture-critic and active adventurer. A stay here
  • Hotel Miami
    Located at the far end of Tarqui's Malecón, Hotel Miami is a popular spot for young Ecuadorians looking for a cheap place close to the beach. An aging, yellow colored reception area leads upstairs to drab but clean rooms with private bathrooms and cable TV. The pool area could use a little love an
  • Hostal Del Mar
    A dated entrance leads into a dark hallway and upstairs to a modest reception area. Rooms, like the hotel, are aging but offer clean sheets and bathrooms. This is a good no-frills option for those on a budget. Restaurant del Mar (daily 7 a.m.-10 p.m.; entrees: $2.50), located beneath the hotel, ser
  • De Mompiche Con Amor
    De Mompiche Con Amor is a great building made from wood and bamboo, typical of the Mompiche style. It has a lower level with budget rooms, a second story with private rooms with a small living room/kitchen area, a third level great for hanging out and taking in the view (complete with hammocks), an
  • 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
  • Hotel Chagra Ramas
    Like everything else in Súa, Hotel Chagra Ramas is a bit run-down and in need of some work. However, its ocean views can't be beat. Brightly-painted cabins line the hillside in tiers, while a large open restaurant sits at the bottom, but all sections overlook the sea. Bare essential rooms come wit
  • Hotel Los Jardines
    Los Jardines is set back from the beach, on the street leading beachfront. The hotel is a decent budget option with bare but clean, rooms that surround an appealing pool and attractive garden. Don't be surprised if the entrance is unattended, just knock or say hello and someone is sure to come. Los
  • Sol De Súa
    Sol de Súa sits towards the western end of the Malecón, right across from the beach. There are about ten cabañas spread out on about an acre of dusty land that backs up to a small river. The place has a nice charm to it, but the rooms are pretty threadbare; no television (warning: there isn't mu
  • Hostal Buganvillas
    Glowing with a faded joy that it might've still had thirty years ago, Hostal Buganvillas retains at least some of its charm through chipped paint and faded, bare-boned rooms. Despite its lackluster looks however, Buganvillas is pretty tidy and clean. Mattresses are comfortable, and linens are clean
  • Hotel Galápagos
    Certainly the biggest, most hotel-looking place in Muisne, Hotel Galápagos features large, clean rooms organized around a modest central garden. Owner José Miguel Ochoa is an older gentleman, in charge of maintaining the property himself, and he goes great strides to make guests feel comfortable.
  • Hostal Calade
    A beach garden area appointed with a few scattered hammocks greets visitors entering this quiet little place just off the beach. Rooms are clean enough, offering good beds with clean sheets but zero ventilation (besides the breeze that may or may not come in through the window). The place too, can
  • Hacienda El Cafetal
    This beautiful complex is situated five and half kilometers from the center and has stunning views over Parque Nacional Amboró. They have modern, family-size cabins that come with a comfortable living area, spacious bedrooms and plenty of light; as well as romantic doubles in rustic cabañas with b
  • Mountain House
    This lively hostel in Zona Rosa is run like a well-oiled machine. The owners, both named Christina, have a really good system of service. Mountain House has four dorm rooms that sleep up to eight people, and two private rooms. Relax in a hammock while eating your complimentary breakfast, or mingle
  • Leonardo da Vinci
    If you want to stay in Las Condes, and your hotel budget won't stretch to the five star rivals, you could do worse than the Hotel Leonardo da Vinci. Tucked off the busy Av. Apoquindo, this comfortable hotel offers all the amenities for a lower price. The décor is traditional, but the rooms are larg
  • Radisson Plaza
    Located in the World Trade Center, this four star hotel is right in the heart of Santiago's business and financial district, but still a stone's throw away from the more relaxed Providencia. The Radisson is more like a small village with on-site restaurants and bar, spa, swimming pool, beauty salon,
  • Apart Hotel Monteverde
    Located crawling distance from the bars and clubs of Barrio Bellavista, Apart Hotel Monteverde does not look very inviting from the outside (or from the reception area for that matter), but the rooms are actually quite comfortable. The hotel is nice and clean, and long-term stay options are availabl
  • Hotel Tokyo
    Hotel Tokyo is an elegant townhouse with a touch of Tokyo. Rooms have a delicate floral décor, and there is a a pleasant garden and ample covered parking. A great choice for couples on a budget, this hotel is also well located for public transport, near metro station Los Heroes.
  • Apart Hotel La Fayette
    Right in the center of Providencia, Apart Hotel La Fayette is a great option if you prefer self-catering or just want to avoid backpackers. Each modern apartment is 30 square meters (98 square feet) and can sleep up to four people. The apartments have a bedroom, kitchen-living area (including cable
  • Holiday Inn Express
    The Holiday Inn Express-Las Condes is a perfect resting place for the weary business traveler. Although the hotel doesn't have much personality, its proximity to the heart of Santiago's business district makes it a smart choice. The large and functional rooms are equipped with a desk, Internet and c
  • Intercontinental
    From the moment the concierge, dressed head to toe in black dress jacket and top hat, welcomes you to the Intercontinental Hotel, you know you've entered a classy joint. The luxurious reception area somewhat outshines the traditionally decorated rooms, but they do come equipped with everything you w
  • Hotel Carlos Gardel
    If money isn't a concern and you have your own transport, there is nowhere else to stay except Carlos Gardel, situated three kilometers (1.9 mi) south of town on the Ruta 5. The “Gardel-themed”, antique-style furnishings are beautiful, and the outside features a pool and a wooden playgro
  • Tacuarembó Hotel
    You'll realize that the priciest hotel in the center of town actually offers fantastic value once you see its large outdoor pool. The service is professional and friendly, a tasty continental breakfast is included, and the good-sized rooms for one to five people come complete with minibar, cable TV
  • Hostal de Sammy
    Named after the owner's late pet dog, this place is a backpacker's dream. The hostel, set in a huge house in Santiago, has a kitchen that serves breakfast every morning, a dining room, a living room with a TV, DVD player and video game system, a game room with a pool and ping pong table, and a laund
  • Happy House Hostel
    With its sleek modern touches and Victorian buildings, the Happy House Hostel has a more upscale feel than most other backpacker haunts. The hostel offers both private and dorm rooms, some of which have their own bathrooms. Discounts are available for longer stays. There is an entertainment room, li
  • Santiago Marriott Hotel
    Considered one of the best hotels in Chile, the Marriott Santiago Chile Hotel offers spacious and upscale accommodations.
  • Hotel Foresta
    Don't let the dingy lobby of Hotel Foresta scare you; it is a great budget lodging option in Santiago. The rooms are fairly spacious and clean, while the odd mismatched antique furniture is endearing rather than tacky. The staff is also friendly and very accommodating. On the roof you'll find a rest
  • Hotel Panamericano
    Hotel Panamericano is a three-star hotel just a few blocks from La Moneda in downtown Santiago. It has 145 bedrooms equipped with LCD cable TVs, minibars, private bathrooms, security boxes, telephones and hairdryers, as well as free Internet access. There's also a restaurant that serves a $10 daily
  • Hotel Carlton House
    Hotel Carlton House is a three-star hotel-cum-restaurant right in the center of town. There are single and double rooms available as well as self-catering apartments. All rooms have private bathrooms, security box, telephone and cable TV. Business travelers can also use the conference facilities. T
  • Hacienda Los Lingues
    This estate was originally given as a gift to the first mayor of Santiago in 1599, and the same family has retained the rights to it over the years. The family's taste for a more European flavor is reflected throughout the hacienda, especially in the English Room and the French Room. The Hacienda Lo
  • Hotel Montecarlo Santiago
    Hotel Montecarlo is a budget hotel situated close to Cerro Santa Lucia. Rooms come with private bathrooms, hair dryers, TVs and safety deposit boxes. Continental breakfast is included in the price and the hotel has a restaurant and 24-hour room service. Internet is available but costs extra. The bes
  • Hosteria Playa Tranquila
    On the shore of Lake Lanalhue, this large red wooden building is a great, homey getaway. The hotel's lakeside position and three hectares of land means you step out onto a nice beach surrounded by native flora. For those who want a complete package, the hotel's restaurant and room service make this
  • Hotel Aguila Real
    The Hotel Aguila Real serves as a mid-range option for those interested in more than a comfortable bed. The hotel boasts 50 rooms, each with a private bathroom, cable TV, telephone and Internet access. There is also a pool, table tennis area and a conference room.
  • Hotel Terranova
    NOTE: Closed until further notice, due to earthquake damage. Located several blocks from the Plaza de Armas at 1 Sur 1026 between 4 Oriente and 3 Oriente, Hotel Terranova has all the amenities a traveler would need, though it proves a littl
  • Hotel Camino del Rey
    Head toward the Hotel Camino del Rey if style and substance take precedence over a cheap place to rest. Located a few blocks from the Plaza de los Héroes, the hotel presents an appealing colonial facade, well-kept rooms and a restaurant popular among guests.
  • Lastarria Tourist Apartments
    Located inside a restored historical building, Lastarria Tourist Apartments provide modern, stylish self-catering apartments for one to six people. They come with fully equipped kitchens, WiFi, safety deposit boxes, irons and ironing boards. There is also a laundry room in the building. It's possibl
  • Suites and Apartments Barrio Lastarria
    Suites and Apartments Barrio Lastarria has 280 self-catering apartments that sleep one to three people. Apartments are small but modern and tastefully decorated. A typical apartment has a living room/kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. They are also equipped with WiFi, LCD flat-screen cable TVs, hairdrye
  • Caesar Business Hotel
    Santiago's version of the Caesar Hotel is a four-star modern tower block close to Cerro Santa Lucia. While it doesn't have too much in the way of personality, the Caesar is modern, clean and comfortable. The hotel has a gym, outdoor swimming pool (only open in summer), restaurant, bar and meeting ro
  • Majestic Hotel
    The Majestic Hotel is part of the Best Western group and offers upper-range accommodation a few minutes from the city center. Rooms have private bathrooms and cable TV and are comfortable but not luxurious. The hotel has a very good Indian restaurant and a small outdoor swimming pool and garden. The
  • Hotel Plaza San Francisco
    Hotel Plaza San Francisco is a luxurious hotel close to Cerro Santa Lucia and Santiago Centro. The hotel has an award-winning haute cuisine restaurant, bar, gym, swimming pool, sauna, spa and business center. Helpful staff can arrange tours and airport transfers. Rooms have recently been refurbished
  • Hotel Galerias
    Hotel Galerias is a four-star modern hotel located in the financial district of Santiago Centro. You'll recognize it by the fake Easter Island statues at the front door. Despite the slightly tacky entrance, the hotel has plenty to offer, with a restaurant, bar, nightclub, outdoor swimming pool and s
  • Santa Lucia Hotel
    Just one block from the Plaza de Armas, the Santa Lucia is a two-star tourist hotel on the fourth floor of an office building. It is excellent value for money and perfect for budget travelers who can't face staying in a hostel. Continental breakfast is included in the price but is only served until
  • Windsor Suites Hotel
    Windsor Suites Hotel is strategically positioned between Providencia and Santiago Centro and is close to all the major tourist attractions. The hotel isn't much to look at from the outside, and rooms are a bit old-fashioned, but they are clean and come with private bathroom, hair dryer, cable TV and
  • Central Hotel
    Situated in a great spot by Plaza Colón and opposite the excellent La Rueda restaurant, the Central Hotel is another great value hotel in the center of town, and has helpful staff. Comfortable single, double or triple rooms are available, all with bathroom, cable TV and air conditioning. A contine

  • Best Western La Foret
    Best Western La Foret was inaugurated in the year 2000. It is near downtown and so has a good location. The hotel is comfortable and clean.
  • Hotel San Marcos
    A nice, comfortable three-star hotel with indoor and outdoor pools, in the exclusive San Rafael neighborhood.
  • Club Hotel Casa Pueblo
    Casa Pueblo, located on the shores of Punta Ballena in Punta del Este, is a destination unto itself. A project of the Uruguayan artist Carlos Paez Vilaró, Casa Pueblo is unparalleled in Uruguay, and even, some might say, in all of South America. Intended to be a â??living sculpture,â? the hotel
  • 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
  • La Viuda Del Diablo
    For a small piece of luxury by the dunes of Playa de la Viuda, the quieter end of town, Posada La Viuda del Diablo is the best choice. Each of its spacious double rooms has a huge bed, minibar and separate shower room, plus a private Jacuzzi and beach-facing chaise longue. A delicious breakfast, in
  • Nativos
    In a stunningly peaceful natural setting, where night-time allows only the sounds of wildlife (the developers clearly didn't go for the usual option of chopping down every tree in sight), Nativos is a beautiful place to stay with an ocean view to match. Offering a range of accommodation, from spaci
  • Conrad Hotel and Casino
    Conrad Hotel and Casino is a large hotel and is part of the Hilton chain. It has a huge 24-hour casino, in Playa Mansa.
  • Las Dunas, Hotel & Spa de Mar
    Las Dunas, Hotel & Spa de Mar is a great beachfront hotel in La Barra. There is a pool, beach access and a spa. Great views and location for $150-$190 a night.
  • Hotel Klee
    Popular with travelers, Hotel Klee has 59 spotless rooms, including singles, wide doubles and lovely suites, some with Jacuzzi. The calm lobby features a replica Greek sculpture, while the elegant bar is a great place for a relaxing drink. With the Mercado de la Abundancia and Joventango just over

  • Oxford Hotel
    The bubbly reception staff at the Oxford Hotel will do all it can to ensure that your stay here is a good one. A good choice for small families, rooms are very pleasant, with some featuring both a double bed and a single tucked behind a partition wall. A baby sitting service and medical coverage ar
  • Crystal Palace Hotel
    Situated at the heart of Avenida 18 de Julio, the spacious lobby of this award-winning hotel includes a unique glass water feature. Rooms are available from standard to executive suites, all with a plasma TV. Service is friendly, there is a great bar, and the price includes parking, though the brea
  • Radisson Montevideo Victoria Plaza Hotel
    Dominating the north side of Plaza Independencia, the grand Radisson Hotel welcomes you with its enormous spacious lobby and smart staff. The rooms are comfortable with every amenity, and the hotel features an excellent international restaurant with panoramic views, a bar and a casino. A full buffe
  • Four Points By Sheraton Hotel
    The Sheraton's hotel in El Centro is exceptionally modern, with a laptop suite in the lobby, a stylish bar and restaurant, and very spacious rooms. The 10th floor has a gym and pool with an excellent view of the bay, and you can also treat yourself to a massage or sauna. Families can opt for connec
  • Aquarella
    Hotel Aquarella is a smart hotel offering a very professional service, which is somewhat unusual around here. You can opt for a double or four-person suite, or if you had been considering renting a cabaña then you can get the best of both worlds by staying in one of the apartment rooms, furnished
  • Hotel Mariemar
    Although not quite as comfortable as La Perla del Cabo, many visitors prefer MarieMar for its more homely and welcoming feel. This hotel has well-looked after doubles and triples over two floors, all of which have a sea-facing view, while its pleasant restaurant serves a good buffet breakfast. A co
  • Hotel Del Prado
    In 1886, one of the first breweries in the country became the Hotel del Prado. In the 1950s, it was turned over to a religious congregation, whose chapel is still open on the ground floor - something you'd never expect in a hotel. The current proprietors have run the hotel for over three decades an
  • Nuevo Hotel Ciudadela
    Nuevo Hotel Ciudadela is located on a quiet tree-lined street close to the old part of town in a newly refurbished three-story building. The rooms are clean, the beds are comfortable, and the staff is friendly. There is cable TV and free WiFi throughout, and breakfast is included in the price. Next
  • Hotel Nirvana
    Whether you're seeking nirvana or just a beautiful relaxing environment, this famous hotel is a safe bet. Since opening its doors in the early 1940s, it has been, for many, the only reason for visiting the area. Hotel Nirvana is certainly a haven in its own right, set within 25 hectares (61.8 ac) of
  • Hotel Centro
    The family-run Hotel Centro is small but certainly accommodating. Its nine rooms have private bathrooms and are equipped with cable TV, fans and radiators. All of the rooms face an inner courtyard-the hotel's best feature, which guarantees a good dose of fresh air in the summer, but also plenty of
  • Estancia Panagea
    (cel. 0998-36149, panagea@adinet.com.uy, http://panagea-uruguay.blogspot.com.uy)

    If you're looking for an authentic estancia near Tacuarembó, this is it. An hour north of town, Susanne and Juan
  • Mi Pueblo
    Directly across from the Uruguay River, Mi Pueblo has an unbeatable location. Guests staying in the rooms with river views will have front row seats to the town's main event: the glorious sunset on the shimmering water. Mi Pueblo is very new, with modern, trendy décor and most of the amenities you
  • Posada Casa Los Pinos
    This old-fashioned posada is just off the main street and only a block away from the old historical part of town. It has eight rooms (double to five bed), all en-suite with air conditioning, cable TV and free WiFi. There is a little cafeteria on the ground floor next to the lobby and some seating ou
  • Don Antonio Posada
    Housed in a building from 1860, Don Antonio Posada was originally a posada. The hotel provides just the right touch of colonial warmth, combined with modern comfort and amenities. Its 38 rooms include singles, doubles, and triples in four different categories. Its quality furnishings and decór exu
  • Posada del Bosque
    The Posada del Bosque is a quiet place to rest and enjoy your stay in Colonia. The Inn offers ten rooms with private bathrooms, cable TV, air conditioning, wireless internet access, and continental breakfast.
  • Hosteria La Perla Del Cabo
    Although far from luxury, La Perla is the top place to stay in town for comfort, space and privacy. It has doubles and triples, all with private bathroom, and the option of an ocean view for those willing to pay a little more. Professionally run and kept perfectly clean, it also has its own excelle
  • El Viajero Hostel
    Popular among backpackers, El Viajero Colonia Hostel is one of the best options for budget accommodation. Conveniently located only a couple of blocks from the Historic Quarter, the hostel offers four-, six- and eight-bed mixed dorms, as well as one all female four-bed dorm. Four private rooms are
  • El Viajero B&b
    El Viajero B&B faces the peaceful Río de la Plata, and is thus able to provide some of its guests with a truly striking view. The hotel has 14 rooms; four of these are premium rooms with balconies that overlook the river. The remaining standard rooms face a lovely, serene central courtyard. El Viaj
  • Posada Del Virrey
    The Posada del Virrey is a stunning colonial mansion that dates back to 1880. The building still bears the original tile floors and decorative ceramic tiles or azulejos. Its 12 rooms possess a distinctive colonial feel with antique furniture and some with t
  • El Capullo
    At El Capullo, that's exactly how guests feel - as if they're ensconced in a safe, warm and soft cocoon. The late 19th century building was renovated and decorated with elegant yet simple charm. It has 13 rooms - four of these are on the ground floor and despite having no windows, the double doors
  • Maea Hostal
    This is another good budget option. The service is friendly and the rooms are clean at Maea Hostal. Single rooms with a shared bathroom cost $CH10,000, while a single with a private bathroom is $CH15,000. A double room cost $CH28,000. Rooms have cable TV, WiFi, and all prices include breakfast.
  • Hotel Turismo
    Hotel Turismo is a favorite of businessmen and other tourists with a comfortable budget. The hotel was recently renovated, has a lounge area with a fire place and spacious rooms with private bathrooms, air conditioning, electronic safes, cable TV, laundry service and an internet room. And hungry gu
  • 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 Huanta-Jaya
    Cleanliness is the first impression when entering Hostal Huanta-Jaya. Everything is very neat, very trim, like the gleaming tiled corridor that leads up to the reception desk where the friendly staff await. All rooms have sufficient space, good beds and baths with hot water. Huanta-Jaya doesn't off
  • 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 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
  • Las Vicunas
    This is an old temporary mining camp remodeled as a hotel. Hot water does not always work, the place is dirty, with spiders and roaches. They receive locals for US$20 but they charge foreigners US$50. Management is very unhelpful.
  • 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
  • Residencias Don Luis
    Painted on the yellow wall of Residencias Don Luis, a cry catches your attention: $10 per person, private bath, kitchen, living room with DVD and the latest movies. It sounds like a budget traveler's dream, until you enter. A musty smell wafts to your nose as you walk toward the reception. Soon the
  • 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
  • Hotel del Cid
    This delightful colonial hotel, conveniently located in the city's center, offers simple yet elegantly decorated rooms. Hotel del Cid can accommodate up to 45 guests in its single, double and triple rooms. Each room comes with cable TV and private bath, and rates include breakfast and tax. There's a
  • Hotel Playa Campanario
    This beautiful, newer hotel is within walking distance of the beach and a good option if you want to enjoy a little privacy while still staying within the city's center. All rooms come with a private terrace, private bath and central heating (which comes in handy during chilly winter nights). Guests
  • Residencias Real
    Residencias Real is one of the least expensive hostels in Arica. Its rooms are clean, large and amply furnished with nice touches like built-in closet and shelves for stowing luggage, cable TV, reading lamp and lace-clothed covered table. Even though the rooms are decked with two or three beds, th
  • Apart Hotel Stella Mar
    Located just 300 meters from the ocean, Stella Mar is a good value for those wanting the beach's proximity without the high prices. Backpackers won't find any dorms here, though. The hotel was built to accommodate groups or families in its various sizes and selection of apartment-suites - each fully
  • 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
  • Hotel Claris Loa
    Do not come here looking for fancy accommodations. There is not much to the rooms but the prices are perfect if you are on a budget in this town with few cheap choices. A single room is approximately $8, while a double cost $15.
  • Hotel Don Raúl
    Come here for a pleasant mid-range option. Don Raúl Hotel has 33 well-kept rooms with private bathrooms and comfortable beds. There is satellite TV, a cafeteria and internet in the hotel, as well. The staff is glad to arrange tours and quick with tourist information. There are cabins that room four
  • Hotel Antofagasta
    There is no debate about where to find the best hotel in Antofagasta. Nestled near the port with a fantastic view of the bay is Hotel Antofagasta. This chain hotel has a top-shelf bar complete with a piano, and there is a pool on the grounds too. The rooms, some with ocean views, are completely furn
  • Casa Adobe
    Casa Adobe is a small and cozy hotel built from adobe and other local materials. It has 14 rooms with private bathroom and 24-hour hot-water showers. There are outside terraces with tables to talk to other guests or just to sit and read a book in the fresh air.
  • Residencial El Turista
    Residencial El Turista is one of the nicer inexpensive hotels in the market area. The multi-level hotel is like a giant labyrinth, with both travelers and long-term guests. At times it can be a bit noisy, though, with Latin Americans on shopping expeditions to the Zofri. The staff is friendly and ac
  • Hotelera San Rafael
    The flag-topped wall of Hotelera San Rafael surrounds several cabañas, each with a flower and herb garden-edged lawn. These cabins have a kitchenette area with stove and refrigerator. A newer building has the more expensive and larger private rooms, more lik
  • 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
  • Radisson Hotel Antofagasta
    The Radisson, located on the main coastal avenue, is a typical chain hotel that caters to businessmen. There is a pool, gymnasium and business center in the hotel, while the rooms - with private bathroom of course - are fully furnished with WiFi, telephone, coffee maker, cable TV and a mini bar.
  • Holiday Inn Express
    The Holiday Inn Express is a decent mid-range option for those who do not want any surprises. The United States hotel chain is more for the businessman than the backpacker but it has all the amenities anyone would need - besides, sometimes every traveler needs to hop in a Jacuzzi.
  • Hotel El Mirador
    El Mirador Hotel occupies an old English colonial-style home built at the end of the 19th century. The hotel has 15 rooms, a lounge with a fireplace and is decorated with a collection of antique photographs from the region. Rooms have WiFi, private bathrooms and room service.
  • Hotel Atenas
    The hotel is conveniently located on the main street, with easy access to restaurants and entertainment. Rooms are not terribly spacious but there are few problems with street noise - often a rarity at hotels this centrally positioned. There are rooms with shared and private bathrooms, and the hotel
  • Hotel Punakora
    This is a well-run hotel on a quiet street. The Hotel Punakora has 26 rooms with cable TV, private bathrooms and a refrigerator. There is an on-site restaurant to fill up empty stomachs, too.
  • Hostería Calama
    Hostería Calama is definitely not for the budget traveler. Come here to find the best place to stay in town, but be prepared to pay for it as well. The hotel has a game room, internet room, pool, gymnasium and transfer service to the airport. Rooms are heated, have desks, refrigerators, private bat
  • Hotel Isla Capri
    This is another budget option for backpackers who want to be near the university. Rooms are basic but well-kept with comfortable beds. The staff also serves breakfast before sunrise for travelers in a hurry to get out of town. A single with a shared bathroom is approximately $10, while a single with
  • Hotel Brasil
    The rooms are plain but spacious at Hotel Brasil and have cable TV. The lack of flash keeps the price down to approximately $11-20 per night for a single, depending on whether you want a private or shared bathroom. A double room with a shared bathroom is a reasonable $17. Add a breakfast for $2.
  • Hacienda Los Andes
    The Hacienda Los Andes is an Outdoor Lodge in the higher Andes specialised for 1 or more day Horseback Riding Tours. You can stay there to relax, anjoy the nature and get to know the real chilean culture. For me it was anice stay, because I enjoyed the luxus and the workers were so nice.The nature i
  • 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
  • Hotel Mariscal Alcázar
    Located just off the plaza, the high-end Hotel Mariscal Alcázar features 60 rooms with air conditioning, cable TV, telephone, WiFi and room service. There are singles, doubles and suites that range in price from approximately $75-140, and the higher up rooms have views of the plaza. There is a res
  • Hotel Don Lucho
    Hotel Don Lucho's building dates back to the early 1900's and, as one would assume, gives off a vibe from a simpler time. Rooms are clean and well kept, and breakfast is included in the price, making the place a great option.
  • Hotel Alonso de Ercilla
    Hotel Alonso de Ercilla is a good mid-range option for travelers who want to be within several blocks of the plaza, theaters and cultural centers. The hotel has impressive wood furnishings, a helpful staff and serves a decent breakfast each morning - which is included. Rooms have cable TV, internati
  • Hotel Club Presidente Concepción
    There is a lot to like about Hotel Club Presidente Concepción. It is located in a nice part of town close to the city center, surrounded by a wealth of good restaurants and several bars where guests can have a drink or two and make a few bad decisions. The hotel's 36 rooms each have cable TV, air c
  • Hotel San Sebastián
    Budget accommodation is not widely available in Concepción, but Hotel San Sebastián offers the wallet some relief in a city full of swanky hotel rooms. This family-run establishment is clean and centrally located.
  • Holiday Inn Express
    The amenities found in any typical Holiday Inn in Kansas or Ohio are replicated at the hotel chain's version in Concepción. It has a pool, Jacuzzi, exercise gym and parking. Rooms are equipped with cable TV, coffee makers, towels and are very clean.
  • Hotel Océano
    Be sure to book ahead for a stay at the popular Hotel Océano. It is a favorite among backpackers for its good value and bright rooms, which are always clean. There is an option for shared or private bathrooms.
  • Hotel Cordillera
    This family-run establishment is located near the busy city center at the southeast corner of the Plaza de Armas. Hotel Cordillera's rooms are well-kept and have cable TV, telephone and private bathrooms with hot water.
  • Residencial Rahue
    NOTE: Closed until further notice, due to earthquake damage. Residencial Rahue is another option for backpackers without a lot of cash to spend on a night's rest. This place has comfortable, brightly painted rooms which are well-kept and re
  • Residencial Maipu
    Being close to the bus terminal, Residencial Maipu is an ideal spot for those who want a short walk to catch an early ride out of town or a close place to check out after a late arrival. The hotel is nothing spectacular but it does offer a cheap place to rest for the night at $CH6,000 for a room wit
  • Hotel Santa Cruz Plaza
    NOTE: Closed until further notice, due to earthquake damage. This colonial-style hotel does not cater to the run-of-the-mill backpacker. It features 113 rooms, including 14 suites as well as a presidential suite, overlooking the Plaza de Ar
  • Vendimia Hotel
    The Vendimia Hotel is perfect for those who want to be close to the action but not entirely in it. It is four blocks from the center of town and three blocks from the Museo de Colchagua. This quiet hotel is clean and well-kept with private bathrooms, Wi-Fi, cable TV, library and a swimming pool.
  • Hotel Javiera Carrera
    The showers are a bit on the small side, but the rooms are decent sized and simple with clean sheets and a comfortable pillow to catch up on some sleep. Staff is helpful.
  • Casa Sonia Segui
    This hostel is another popular choice in Chillán among backpackers. Solo travelers might have to share a room when the place is full but it is a great opportunity to make new friends. And there is a fully-equipped kitchen if you're in the mood to whip up some dinner.
  • Residencial Metro
    The rooms are clean, simple and cheap at the Residencial Metro so it is no surprise it attracts many backpackers during their stay in Concepción. There is a good-sized breakfast in the price, and the hotel is conveniently located near the plaza and Mercado Central.
  • Hospedaje La Higuera
    Señora Gabriela Palma Herrera warmly welcomes travelers to her Hospedaje La Higuera, located one block uphill from downtown Pichilemu. This budget hostel offers 12 private rooms with shared, hot water baths. Some of the accommodations are along the main house's porch. On the other side of the c
  • Hotel Montecatini I
    The Hotel Montecatini I is about as good as it gets for a mid-range option in South America. There is a courtyard, a pool and a nice garden on the premises, while the superior rooms are very well-kept and spacious with cable TV and private bathrooms.
  • Hotel La Casona
    Hotel La Casona, a well-kept place a few blocks from downtown, is the best mid-range option in Copiapó. The English-speaker owner is quick to make guests feel at home in this old-fashioned former house turned hotel. All rooms have Internet access, private bathrooms, and phones to make local and int
  • Residencial Ben Bow
    This place is a great option for budget travelers looking for a cheap, no-frills place. It is not the most aesthetic building, but the small rooms are relatively clean. A single bed without a bathroom runs around US$7, while a double with a shared bathroom is $14. A double with a private bathroom is
  • Residencial Chacabuco
    This is another perfectly acceptable budget option for backpackers. The rooms with shared bathrooms are forgettable and very simple but clean. The staff is friendly and the location is good.
  • 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
  • Hotel Diego de Almeida
    This hotel is one of the better options in town for those who do not worry about counting their pennies. It's nicely located on Plaza Prat with a pool, sauna, bar and restaurant. Rooms are spacious and stocked with all the amenities needed.
  • Hotel Halley
    A tasteful hotel in a restored colonial home, Hotel Halley is luxurious without being showy. Rooms open onto a sunlit central patio. There is an outdoor dining area, as well as one indoors with a bar. Rooms are pristine and carefully furnished. The outdoor pool is open 'til late in the evening. The
  • Puerta Natura
    Puerta Natura is a beautiful bed and breakfast located on Cerro Bellavista just down the street from Pablo Neruda's Valparaiso home, La Sebastiana. It is run by a couple originally from Santiago, Patricio and Maria Eugenia, who are more than friendly and accommodating (Patricio speaks some English).
  • Loft La Matriz
    In a renovated building built in 1879, just in front of La Matriz Church (where Valparaiso was born) and walking distance of main attractions and public transport, this loft style hotel has huge, comfortable rooms with private shower, kitchenette, WiFi Internet and a washing machine.
  • Hotel Marina del Rey
    Hotel Marina del Rey is a four star hotel located in downtown Viña, about five blocks from the beach, casino and restaurants. The décor is traditional but the hotel offers all the comfort and reliability you expect from a Best Western hotel. The hotel has a restaurant and bar and breakfast is in
  • Sheraton Miramar
    Built on rocks overlooking Caleta Abarca Beach, the five-star Sheraton Miramar is one of Viña's newest hotels. Everything about this place screams luxury, from the heavy paneled doors to the glass elevators. All 142 rooms have sea views, a sun terrace and all the utilities you would expect. The ou
  • Hostal Aldea del Elqui
    One block from Vicuña's main square, Hostal Aldea del Elquí is a mid-range hotel maintained with lots of care. In small ways the building shows its age, since the hotel is in a large converted colonial house from 1870. The staff's genuine hospitality and attention to detail make a stay here memora
  • Hotel Rokamar
    Hotel Rokamar is a budget hotel located in downtown Viña, about four blocks from the beach and the restaurants of Avenida San Martin. The lovely old building dates from the early 1900s. The décor is a bit dated but rooms are clean and come with private bathroom, cable TV and phone. Breakfas
  • Richmond Hotel
    The best of the budget hotels in the area, the Richmond is also well-located, only one block from Plaza Fabini. Rooms are looked after with care, though the beds are quite hard and on the smaller side, but the en-suite bathrooms include surprisingly elegant washbasins. Doubles, twins and family roo
  • Hotel Plaza Fuerte
    Hotel Plaza Fuerte is a beautiful colonial structure with modern accommodations and infused with up-to-date touches. Rooms vary in price and type, from a standard room with private bath to a concept suite with LCD TV, modern bath and queen-sized bed. Nightl
  • Asturias Plaza Hotel
    Although not stunning, Asturias Plaza is one of the better places to spend a night in Honda. It's located near the river, and has 45 single and double rooms, all with private bathroom, cable TV and ceiling fan. There is a clean pool downstairs to cool off in as well as a restaurant. Free Internet
  • Hotel Los Puentes
    This family-friendly hotel has 25 brightly colored rooms with cable TV, private bathrooms and wall fans to provide relief from the sticky Honda heat. There is a secure lot to park your car, as well as a flower-filled veranda on the second floor and friendly staff. Three bedrooms are also available
  • Casa Belle Epoque
    This 10-room hotel is small but sweet, with comfortable single, double and triple rooms, all with private bathrooms. It has a swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, a rooftop terrace and a lounge area with hammocks, so there are plenty of different atmospheres to relax in. Free WiFi access is available througho
  • Hotel Center
    In a perfect world, every hotel would be a little more like the Hotel Center. Its location—in the center of Ibagué, within close reach of great restaurants—is unrivaled. Beyond that, the hotel has clean, comfortable and affordable rooms with WiFi and cable TV, which come with private bat
  • Hotel Lafont
    The Hotel Lafont is in a shabby, 1970s-style building right in the heart of Ibagué. Upon entry, you're greeted by a cracked stairwell, poor paintwork and worn decór, which offers an insight into how the establishment is run. However, these are only surface flaws. This really is a decent, cheap op
  • Nelson's Inn Hotel
    A step up from the Hotel Center, Nelson's Inn has nothing to do with the English Naval hero and is simply named after the owner. Located right on the doorstep of Ibagué's pedestrianized Carrera 3 and close to amenities such as restaurants, bars and shops, Nelson's Inn is a fine place if you are pa
  • Hotel Villa Real
    Located away from the mayhem of the Pan-American Highway crossroads, Hotel Villa Real is decent and safe. All of the dozen rooms have air conditioning, and there is a pool to cool off in. Don't expect luxury here, but you'll have fine place to rest your head.
  • Las Golondrinas
    Right on the corner of the main square in Puerto Berrío, this is one of two recommended hotels in town. Rooms come with air conditioning, refrigerator, cable TV and darkened windows to keep out the blazing sunshine. Each room has a private bathroom (without hot water, since it's unnecessary here).
  • San Carlos
    Just down the hill and around the corner from Pipatón, the San Carlos is another hotel aimed at the engineering crowd. Each of the 30 rooms and seven apartments have air conditioning, cable TV, minibar, WiFi and a private bathroom. The San Carlos is functional but lacks character and feeling; it do
  • Pipatón
    This colonial-style building stands tall, affording great views over the Magdalena River. Once you stroll through its welcoming doors, you'll note the swimming pool and the air-conditioned lobby. All rooms have WiFi, air conditioning, private bathroom, TV with cable, refrigerator and breakfast incl
  • Hotel Cacique
    Just next door to the Pipatón is the characterless and charmless Hotel Cacique. It really does live in the shadow of its neighbor and is nothing more than a location for businessmen coming through Barrancabermeja. Rooms are standard, with TV, air conditioning and private bathrooms.
  • Hotel Bachue
    Located in the center of town, the Bachue underwent a complete renovation in August of 2007 of everything down to tiling in the bathrooms and linen on the beds. The entry still has a 1970s feel to it, but the 40 rooms are top class, offering guests WiFi, air conditioning, a private bathroom and a
  • Hotel La Casa de Las Dos Palmas
    Hotel Las Dos Palmas is quite simply one of the best hotels in Puerto Berrío. Located a few blocks from a seedy port area and a few blocks from the main square and its conveniences, this hotel has 20 rooms, all equipped with air conditioning (an absolute necessity in this sweltering town). If you'
  • San Cristóbal
    Although the San Cristóbal is in the city's Zona Rosa, this respectable hotel is definitely separate from the many seedy, rent-by-the-hour options nearby. The price for one of the 40 rooms is cheaper if you choose a fan over air conditioning. The rooms are generally clean, and all come with cable
  • Hotel Geminis
    The Hotel Geminis makes the cut, as it is obvious that the proprietors have made significant efforts to clean the place up and present a respectable façade. Don't be mistaken, this hotel caters to the rent-by-the-hour crowd as well as to those who wish to stay several nights. Rooms are accommoda
  • Hotel Andino
    Set back from the noisy Calle 9, the Hotel Andino is the budget destination of choice in Neiva. Its 20 rooms all contain a fan, private bathroom, cable TV and telephone. Don't expect luxury here, but you will be in a secure place in the center of town. You can walk to all sites of interest and are
  • Hotel Marlin
    Open since 2002, Hotel Marlin offers comfortable accommodations for national and foreign backpackers, business people and tourists. Set in a colonial house, Marlin has 24 rooms, each with a private bathroom and your choice of a ceiling fan or air conditioning. Internet service, cable TV, laundry se
  • Hotel Villa Colonial
    Hotel Villa Colonial is a comfortable, upscale hostel in Cartagena's bohemian Getsemaní neighborhood. The tastefully decorated rooms in this beautifully restored colonial house surround an interior courtyard with balconies. All accommodations come with private bath, cable TV and a choice of air
  • Hospedaje Marta
    There is nothing particularly redeeming about Hospedaje Marta, a small, 10-room hostel. You are better off paying a bit more for La Casona next door or Casa Viena down the street, but if you're in a pinch, you can stay here for a night. The rooms are basic — each with a grainy television and
  • Hostal La Casona Getsemaní
    Even though it has 28 rooms around a peaceful courtyard, La Casona is still a slightly overpriced hostel. The rooms are very simple, with nothing more than the basic amenities, like a small TV, fan or air conditioning, and private bath. You will get a better value on of the larger, air conditi
  • Hostal Santo Domingo
    Right in the center of Calle Santo Domingo, this small 9-room hostel is steps from nearly every major site in the old city. Set back from the street in a two-story colonial building, the place is clean and quaint with a blue courtyard and small two-person tables in front of each room. Breakfast m
  • Hostal San Diego
    Hostal San Diego may seem a bit overpriced for what you get (a small air-conditioned room with a cold shower), but it earns points for its location and charms. Its convenient Internet café next door, inviting white exterior and quaint interior courtyard make this hostel appealing. It is also the
  • Centro Real
    When you walk in, you get a smile. Its open air, clean, there's always someone there day or night to help you out and they care about their guests. Honestly, there is nothing to complain about at this extremely friendly hotel close to the park, El Centro, and anything else you might want to do in t
  • Hotel Wassiki Campestre
    Hotel Wassiki Campestre is the most expensive and exclusive place to stay in the area, located just 5 minutes outside of San Gil. Twelve luxurious bedrooms, swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna and gym make up this secluded hotel which also includes a campsite.
  • Hotel Khalifa
    A more regal option in Neiva if your budget is up to it, and even more so if you can negotiate the price down by paying in cash, Hotel Khalifa has 48 comfortably equipped rooms. Rooms with fans instead of air conditioning are cheaper. The place is unlikely to be full unless its during a holiday or
  • Hotel Casa Pablo
    Up the hill out of the hubbub of central Neiva you will find Hotel Casa Pablo. Three stories tall, this hotel has plenty of rooms, ranging from cheaper ones on the ground floor with fans and no air conditioning to more luxurious ones higher up. All rooms have private en-suite bathrooms and cable TV
  • Kayros Vivienda Turistica
    Kayros Vievienda Turística is a Colombian-owned hostel in Santa Marta's historical center, just four blocks from the Catedral.This small, clean hostel offers a seven-bed dormitory with air conditioning and fan, as well as private rooms with TV, air conditioning and private or shared bathrooms. Ba
  • Estadero Sol de Veran de Soña Lilia
    Estadero Sol de Veran de Soña Lilia is located in the Tatotoca Desert, 250 meters (820 ft) from the observatory. The posada has beds and hammocks on offer, as well as a camping area. Besides having an on-site restaurant, it also sells homemade cactus sweets.
  • Mansion Florida
    One of the most quiet, beautiful, and affordable places to stay while visiting Colombia.
  • The Dreamer Hostel
    One of the hottest places on the backpacker circuit is The Dream Hostel. It has everything you need and anything that you might be missing, such as a billiard table, hammocks, comfy beds and a swimming pool. If you're not wanting to fix dinner some night in the kitchen, then try the Italian food m
  • Bioma Boutique Hotel
    Opened in April of 2011, Bioma is a brand-new boutique hotel born from the meticulous restoration and expansion of a colonial house. It is strategically located in the heart of Mompós' historical center. This hotel offers its guests a unique escape from their everyday life by immersing them into th
  • Hostal Dona Manuela
    This 28-room behemoth of a colonial mansion sits proudly in the center of Mompós' main street, Calle del Medio. Routinely used as a location for wealthy Momposinos to hold events such as weddings, it is quite simply the best and most elegant place to stay in town. Prices are not cheap, but you get
  • Ecolodge el Almejal
    This rainforest and beach lodge is a destination all on its own. It offers all-inclusive per-person packages for a minimum of three nights and a maximum of seven. The sustainable eco-lodge features hammocks surrounded by palm trees, 12 open-air lodges (each with its own bathroom), butterfly gardens
  • Casa de Señora Marta
    (BEDS: $4) Perfect for travelers looking for an authentic experience while meeting interesting fellow travelers, Residenciales El Viajero, or Señora Marta's place, could belong to any “interesting” grandmother who wanted to have three rooms and eight beds to spare. House plants abound
  • Hostel Caldas
    Located in the heart of the historical center, Hostel Caldas is set in a beautiful new colonial house.
    It is a hostel with high ceilings and nat
  • HostelTrail Guesthouse
    This backpacker house features all the facilities a traveler could want. It has hot water, WiFi, 24-hour reception, lockers, self-catering kitchen and DVD collection. Hostel Trail presents an eight-bed dorm, as well as private rooms with shared or private bath. It also offers its guests bike
  • Hotel Los Delfines
    This beautiful hotel has nine floors of spotless rooms, with wide verandas on every floor that offer panoramic views of the Pacific. Rooms have air conditioning, private bathrooms, telephone and cable TV. It also has laundry service downstairs, and free Internet access in rooms and on the balconies
  • Hotel Titanic
    The Hotel Titanic does not do a great deal to inspire the visitor with its name. But all the same, it is another respectable establishment along Calle 1 in the safer part of Buenaventura. The hotel has 37 rooms equipped with cable TV, mini-bar, private bathroom, air conditioning and telephone. It a
  • Tostaky
    Owned by French-Colombian couple Vincent and Claudia, Tostaky is one of the most popular hostels in San Antonio, and with good reason. Its location is ideal, across from the neighborhood's park. Recently expanded, Tostaky offers both dorm beds and private rooms, along with free Internet, a kitchen a
  • Cali Plaza Hotel
    Aside from providing accommodations that include one- to three-bedroom apartments, Cali Plaza Hotel is a very popular and centrally located meeting place. The café is one of the only places in town where you can get free WiFi reception, which makes it a perfect place to socialize with locals and
  • Hostal Sucre
    Hostal Sucre is located in an attractive colonial building. There's�a large courtyard filled with potted plants and seating areas and a smaller courtyard around back. The rooms are a little tired, but have an aged charm about them, and some come with beautiful antique furniture. The hostel has
  • Buddha Hostel
    Buddha Hostel is different from any other backpacker lodging. This is a boutique hotel, featuring retro-Asian architecture and gardens. Artworks decorate the interior. The onsite restaurant serves international cuisine. The bilingual staff helps travelers get to know Medellín's attractions and
  • Hotel Posada Colonial
    A hotspot for budget travelers, Hotel Posada Colonial is a curious establishment with 22 rooms, each of different quality and price. One room is like a closet with a tiny twin bed and a tiny bathroom, which costs $6 a night (not recommended). Others are more spacious and have large, private bathro
  • Hotel Sartor
    Having been on the backpacker trail for some time now, Hotel Sartor offers pretty decent accommodations close to the Avenida Sexta nightlife. This is a good option for travelers seeking a convenient location and good value. All rooms have private baths and surround a little courtyard. There is a co
  • Hotel Nevada
    Hotel Nevada was built to satisfy tourists seeking refuge in the city's busy yet safe and heavily patrolled “Zona Rosa.” Just one block from the nightlife on Avenida Sexta and 15 minutes from El Centro, Nevada is like a home away from home with 21 comfortable guest rooms and luxuries such
  • Hostal Tamarindo
    With a maximum capacity of 16 people, the Hostal Tamarindo is one of the smaller accommodation choices in El Poblado. There are two cleanly kept and well-maintained mixed dormitories of six and eight beds respectively, as well as one double room. As with most hostels, the Tamarindo comes with a com
  • Hotel Tropicana
    Don't let Hotel Tropicana's drab green exterior fool you. Its interior is actually quite nice, with a friendly staff eager to help. The hotel's four floors of comfortable rooms come with private bathrooms, cable TV and air conditioning. Hotel Tropicana is located a block off of the Calle 1 drag. F
  • Blue Almond Hostel
    Finally backpackers have a cheap, clean place to stay on San Andrés. Blue Diamond Hostel is a small hotel (three rooms only) 20 minutes walking from the sea. It offers amenities budget travelers need, like BBQ pit, kitchen, an outdoor terrace to hang out, book Exchange, and sitting room with TV an
  • Villa Babilla
    Owners Laffi and Alex opened this hostel hoping to bring foreign tourists to Tolú and slowly their plan is working. The only problem with Villa Babilla, a well-known hostel on the backpacker route, is that it is a bit out of the way from town activity. This is a peaceful hostel though, with lots
  • Hostal Rokalpa
    Hostal Rokalpa is yet another one of the centrally located and clean hostels worth a try. The rooms here all have cable T.V.'s but are basic and small. The airy courtyard in the middle of this home is a nice place to relax or have breakfast (which you must ask to be included in your stay). Barg
  • Camping Bahía Surf Club
    Camping Bahía Surf Club in El Rodadero is an all-inclusive resort open all year round that is perfect for adventure seekers. Its five cabins have a kitchen and wireless internet access. The camping ground has showers and electrical outlets. Tents can be rented also. Activities include canoeing and
  • Hospedaje Villa María
    Hospedaje Villa María is owned and operated by Kaishi tour agency. Along one side of the bare interior patio (which also serves as secure parking for its guests) is a corridor for hammock sleeping; these guests share the common bath. This is the least expensive inn backpackers will find in Uribia
  • Casa Hotel La Casona
    As one of the leading hotels in Mompós, the expectation is that La Casona should be a paradise. It is not. The rooms are dark, the furniture could use some updating and the communal areas need work. For too long it seems the establishment has been resting on its laurels knowing full well that a st
  • Casa Hotel Villa de Mompox
    Perhaps best described as one step up from backpacker comfort and charm, the Villa de Mompox sits on the edge of everything colonial in Mompós and one block back from the Magdalena River. Prices are probably a bit steep for what is on offer, but the owners cannot be faulted in creating an â??alte
  • The Meeting Point Hostel
    The hostel is located in the heart of the city , great area close to the parks, restaurants, malls, museums, library, universities in a really safe neighborhood great architeture this neighborhood is declared part historic of the city. we can organize surf on kilimajaro beach or salsa lessons in the
  • Cabañas Manaure Beach
    Cabañas Manaure Beach has a basic, four-room hostel: two quarters have three beds each and the other two, four beds each. The windows have shutters, but no glass or nets. Even though the private baths have showers set up, they may not work; a large barrel of water is provided from which to do a to
  • Casa Loma Minca
    Casa Loma Minca, a hand-crafted wooden house set atop a hill, is the perfect place for travelers to get away from Santa Marta's sweltering heat and bustling streets. This hostel's bilingual British owners create a wonderfully peaceful retreat. Casa Loma offers camping, dorms and private rooms. Fr
  • Los Veleros
    Los Veleros is clean, safeand has several terraces. There is free WiFi and several computers available for use. The hotel is located one block away from the bus terminal, right next to the police station in the center of downtown.
  • Residencias Kennedy
    Residencias Kennedy is a no-frills inn: No plants surround the brick-tile courtyard, and no TVs in the habitaciones. The 17 rooms only have a double bed and night table with a ceiling fan to keep you cool. All do have windows. The elderly owner, doña Raquel, and her assistant Jairo keep it okay-cl
  • Hotel Pelikan
    Hard-to-miss Hotel Pelikan is located on the road into Taganga. It is a brightly-decorated hostel with very friendly and helpful owners. Private rooms are of a decent size and are clean, with private bathrooms. Seemingly continually under development, the hostel is regularly adding new rooms to its
  • Casa Holanda
    Smack bang in the center of things, Casa Holanda is quickly gaining a reputation as a great place to lay your hat. The twelve private rooms are spacious and spotless with private bathrooms. Owner, Edwin and his friendly staff will make you feel at ease. While a little pricier for this town, one of
  • Hostel Tropical Maison Taganga
    For those looking for a cheap option in Taganga, Hostel Tropical Maison might be a good choice. This is not so much a hostel, rather, a few rooms for rent in friendly French owner, Jean's home. Rooms are basic, but clean. The shared bathroom is spotless. Internet is available on Jean's PC. This is
  • Hospedaje Cartagena
    If you're not daunted by the very sketchy hourly rate at this conveniently located hostel, you might actually get some bang for your buck here. This place might resemble something like a brothel from the outside, as it on the second floor with a balcony overlooking Calle de la Soledad. If you mak
  • Hostal Leonela
    With over 35 years of service and a helpful staff, you really can't go wrong staying a few nights at Hostal Leonela. The hostel's 35 rooms are situated around a calming blue courtyard, where guests are served their morning breakfast. Some rooms have fans, others have air conditioning. All have priv
  • Casa Caracola
    Casa Caracola is 100 meters (328 ft) from the main beach of el Yaque right beside Hotel California. We have 6 clean rooms with air conditioning, refrigerators, bathrooms (with hot water), and patio or balcony with seaview.
  • 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
  • Posada Jama Chía
    Overlooking the teleférico cars rising up the Sierra Nevada is this quaint inn run by Benedicta Guillén. Small and very quiet, it offers simply furnished shared rooms with bunk beds or double beds with firm mattresses. All share clean, modern bathrooms with hot water (7 a.m. to 10 p.m.). There are
  • Posada Puerto Real
    Lulled into stupor by the three-hour camión ride down an unpaved jungle road, I felt certain I'd recieved a bum tip from a fellow traveler--a posada could not exist hidden so deeply in this expanse of national park. But our ride did end, as promised, at the leaf draped driveway of Posada Puerto Re
  • Posada Guamanchi
    Swaying in a hammock on the rooftop, one catches glimpses of the tree-brocaded slopes of the Sierra Nevada just a mere block away. This is the Posada Guamanchi, quiet, clean and tastefully furnished. There are rooms with double beds (with private or shared bathroom) and shared rooms with bunk beds.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Casa Platypus
    After three years of careful restoration to this Replican-era home, Casa Platypus, the grown-up, high-class sibling of the famed Hostal Platypus, is ready for your partronage. Located in La Candelaria, across from the Parque de los Periodistas, this hotel offers spacious, private rooms that are t
  • Gay Place Bogota
    Located in the gay-friendly neighborhood Chapinero, near the best gay nightlife in the city, Gay Place Bogota is an excellent gay-friendly hotel option in Bogotá. It's a smaller hotel, with only 12 rooms, but the attention is great, the continental breakfast is good and the rooms are comfortable.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Tequendama Intercontinental
    Don't let the 50s-era architecture fool you; Tequendama is all luxury on the inside. Rooms come in various classifications, from standard and business to junior and presidential suites. At the lowest level rooms come with cable TV, mini-bar, 24-hour room service, a tub or Jacuzzi and a daily paper
  • Gran Hotel Delicias
    The rooms are nothing special, but not bad for a night or two. Gran Hotel has seven floors and 189 rooms with TV, A/C, private bathroom and mini-fridge. Some of the staff speaks English. There is an outside pool and a decent bar that serves cheap drinks.
  • Hotel Caribe
    Hotel Caribe is a decent budget option in the city center, not far from Plaza Bolivar. The rooms are a little boxy but clean and have TV, a private bathroom and A/C.
  • Posada al Sur
    The hip digs here feel more like a giant, sub-divided loft apartment than an inn. Rooms at Posada al Sur are stylish and spacious. For those intending on staying longer than just a few days, Posada al Sur is the perfect balance between hostel and apartment, especially considering the discounts offe
  • Pocitos Plaza Hotel
    Pocitos' top hotel doesn't make it into the realms of luxury found elsewhere in the city, but it still provides an excellent place to stay, and has the bonus of being by the beach. Rooms feature plasma TVs, while the hot and cold buffet breakfast includes plenty of fruit. The gym, sauna and solariu
  • Hotel Palacio
    Make yourself at home in the affordable, homey Hotel Palacio. The gregarious owner escorts you up the wrought iron elevator to your room, which has its own bathroom, tall windows and overhead fan (but no air conditioning), while bigger rooms on the fifth and sixth floors have a terrace. Hotel Palaci
  • NH Hotel
    Situated on the Rambla just across from the Plata River, this upscale establishment provides high-end service and rare oceanfront views. The affable bilingual staff welcomes you to this luxurious hotel ideal for the business traveler given its proximity to the financial center, free WiFi and numero
  • Hotel Libertador
    If ever there were a case of unappealing factors being trumped by the view and proximity to the beach, the Hotel Libertador might be it. Situated just across from the Playa Hermandad—a 100-meter stretch of beach with litter floating in the waves, but don't let that stop you—the lobby does
  • Don Boutique Hotel
    For top-notch lodging in Ciudad Vieja, Don Boutique Hotel is the ultimate in modern luxury. This brand new hotel situated on the doorstep of emblematic Mercado del Puerto features a sleek black and white design with extremely comfortable accommodations, professional bilingual staff and a sophistica
  • Marti Apart Hotel
    If Punta Trouville is full and you want a kitchenette, Marti Apart Hotel is the next best option. Its location is good, only a few blocks from the center of the beach and close to local eateries, and the rooms are spacious. There is a gym, sauna and solarium, and bathrooms have hydromassages. This
  • Punta Trouville Apartments And Suites
    Set in two locations only 50 meters (160 ft) apart, Punta Trouville is an excellent choice for families, visitors staying longer, or anyone who wants the option of self-catering. All of its rooms feature well-equipped kitchenettes with a single stove, microwave and refrigerator, but you nevertheles
  • Apart Hotel Bremen

    Bremen's Apartments are cozy and comfortable, though somewhat lacking in adequate natural light. The apart hotel is an excellent choice for those who need to be in the center, but don't want to stay in la Ciudad Vieja. The area is not very safe at night, but the owne

  • Hotel Astor
    Hotel Astor is one of the better budget hotels in Maracaibo, in a good location near the Plaza República. Rooms have private bathrooms, A/C and nearly antique TVs. The restaurant serves daily dinner specials and the bar has an old Vegas feel.
  • Punta Trouville Apart Hotel
    Though it's called an apart hotel, accommodation options at Punta Trouville are rooms more so than apartments. That said, this place is comfy and clean. Each apartment has its own terrace and a kitchenette with hot-plate, microwave, and refrigerator, as well as wireless internet, cable
  • Europa
    Standard: beautiful and comfortable rooms with TV, air conditioning (heat-cold), complete bathroom with hair dryer, mini-bar and telephone. Superior: beautiful and big, terrace, color TV, air conditioning (heat-cold), complete bathroom, mini-bar and telephone. Triple: double matrimonial bed and a
  • Ermitage Hotel
    Popular with travelers and situated in a great location by Plaza Gomensoro, just a two minute walk from the beach, the Ermitage is a very good value hotel for the area. It also delivers one of the tastiest buffet breakfasts, serving eggs, sausages and a myriad of different breads. The rooms are com
  • Hotel Plaza Fuerte
    Hotel Plaza Fuerte is a beautiful colonial structure infused with modern accommodations. Rooms vary in price and type, from a standard room with private bath to a concept suite with LCD TV, modern bath and queen-sized bed. Nightly rates include parking, WiFi and breakfast. Hotel Plaza Fuente also m
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Hotel Bolívar
    A member of the Spanish Celuisma hotel chain, Hotel Bolívar is probably the smartest place you can stay in Cúcuta. This inn was built with a Mediterranean architecture and it has three swimming pools set within a tropical garden. All 127 tile-floored rooms are very spacious and have air condition
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Casa Salzburg
    Nice, very clean, with friendly owners who speak English.
  • 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
  • Hotel Inga Real
    On the corner of Plaza Santander is Hotel Inga Real, one of Mocoa's more upscale hotels. A fantastic mural created with different tropical woods is at the foot of the stairs leading up to the reception. Hotel Inga Real offers clean, good-sized rooms with cable TV. All accommodations have private
  • Hotel Central
    Hotel Central is a family-oriented, walk-up hostel a half-block from Mocoa's main square. For decades, the elderly couple having been greeting travelers passing through this corner of the Putumayo jungle. They offer simple rooms: some accommodations are small and windowless; others are larger wit
  • Hotel Aragon
    Inexplicably still in business, the Hotel Aragon is an understandable option for those seeking a cheap bed far from the noise, bustle or dormitories of a regular hostel. Be warned, last we checked it appeared as though the management here had failed to invest any money in hotel upkeep since the 195
  • Hotel San Sebastian
    Indisputably better than the Aragon but nowhere near as cheap, the San Sebastian is a safe and decent hotel located in the Candelaria. Rooms are clean and include cable television.
  • Hotel Casa de la Botica
    Hotel Casa de la Botica is a fine example of a labor of love. Craftsmanship and design have been employed in every facet of this boutique hotel, from the airy courtyard and salon to the fireplaces, balconies and fountains. Stylish rooms and suites come with bathroom, mini-bar, cable TV and W
  • Oceania Hotels
    Opened in 2007, the Oceania is clean, well run, and has rooms for up to five people. Downstairs is a reasonable restaurant that serves economical lunchtime set menus. Another option for those eager to escape a dormitory and enjoy a snore free night! Note: this hotel is currently closed for renova
  • Hotel Inambu
    Disponemos de 28 habitaciones amplias y confortables, aire acondicionado, Televisión por cable, Cajilla de seguridad, minibares, agua caliente, servicio de Room Service, Restaurante y Bar, Mirador para cenas románticas y otro tipo de eventos, Lobby, Capilla, Tienda típica, Internet banda ancha w
  • Hotel Tabary
    Hotel Tabary is probably the best of the cheaper inns in Villavicencio. The rooms, for the most part, are large. The ones in front have plate glass windows overlooking the street. All come with cable TV and private bathâ??efficiency style, one could call them, with the shower pipe over the stool. T
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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