Stayed here for 1 night after doing a maniti jungle excursion before my flight out. Everything was clean and safe, rooms were nice and staff was helpful. It was close to the city center which was great to be able to grab dinner and do laundry after being in the jungle! I would recommend this hotel to anyone traveling through
I dont do reviews often because I am a bad digital traveler and my grammar is horrendous but I don't have enough good things to say about this place, especially as a backpacker. Met with fresh juice, clean rooms, AC!, and TVs in the rooms when we entered.(If youre used to backpacking than you know how luxury that is). Now, the real reason I choose to write about this place is the kindness they showed my girlfriend and I after we checked out. They allowed us to leave our luggage behind the front desk all day letting us inconvience them as the vagabonds we are, which right off the bat means a lot to me. Not only that, as we were preparing to take a cargo boat to Leticia Colombia they were so kind as we rudely went in and out of the hotel collecting supplies and using their Internet which they allowed for free. The front desk persons usually a man named Jamie or a woman named Jessica helped us with directions and advice for our upcoming boat and also sold me copious beers from their cooler at a reasonable price. (I just add that because I love beer and it was very hot that day). There are a lot of other things I'd like to add but it would just go on and on. The last note I'll make is their well placed location next to Plaza de Armas and several great restaurants and bars. Thank you guys for reading and I hope you choose to stay there! …
An excellent place, perfectly situated close to Plaza de Armas, and the perfect start point for daily excursions. A friendly staff always prepared to help out. They also had pick-up service at and to the airport. I hope that all hotels had this service.
If you don't want to pay $250 a night for the best hotel in town, this is a good alternative. It is located just a block from the Parque de Armas and is reasonable priced. It is not luxurious by any means but it is a decent place to sleep. The breakfast that comes with the room is two pieces of toast with butter and jam and tea or coffee or juice, not worth the trouble unless you are anorexic.