See why so many travelers make Arawi Pastoruri Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Huaraz. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Jiron Jose Olaya (1.0 mi) and Plaza de Belen (1.0 mi), guests of Arawi Pastoruri Hotel can easily experience some of Huaraz's most well known attractions.
Arawi Pastoruri Hotel is a family-friendly hotel offering a kitchenette and a desk in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features room service. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Huaraz. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While visiting Huaraz, you may want to try some falafel at one of the nearby restaurants, such as California Cafe.
If you are interested in exploring Huaraz, check out Plaza de Armas (0.8 mi), which is a short walk from Arawi Pastoruri Hotel.
At Arawi Pastoruri Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Huaraz.
We stayed for 3 nights at this hotel and liked it a lot. We found the staff friendly and helpful. Staff at reception spoke some english and were able to deal efficiently with our requests. On a clear day the views to the mountains from the restaurant and the roof were stunning. We did, however, find our bedroom a bit cold and needed to use the extra blankets. The hotel has a lift. The hotel is out of the centre and we took taxis into and out of town, cost 3 soles or approx 1 dollar US. Because of major earthquake damage Huaraz has been almost entirely rebuilt and is not attractive, but there is an interesting museum, good shops and some nice restaurants.
May be one of the best in town, but it is not enough. Breakfast, quality of the restaurant, WiFi, english talking personel, lightning in rooms and communal areas all need attention. Personel though very friendly and willing to help.
My husband and I spent a few days in Huraz on our honeymoon in Peru in October. Arawi Pastoruri Hotel was amazing! The hotel staff went above and beyond on our stay. We loved it very much. All staff were very friendly, spoke some English and helped us book hiking tours which were amazing.
We stayed in this hotel, located somewhat distant from the city center, for 3 nights. It is one of the more modern hotels in Huataz but it is not run with the modern traveller in mind. Rooms are nice and clean. Staff is willing but the fact that nobody speaks English makes communcating very difficult. I suppose staff in a modern tourist-oriented hotel should make that effort. Breakfast is poor to say the least. Coffee is limited to concentrated instant coffee with a jar of hot water. A few typical holliw Peruvian buns with butter and some jam. That's it. Oh, I forgot. You can have some scrambled eggs and some juice. All extremely basic. With a little effort, this could be so luch better. A little variety would do wonders. Dinner was even worse. We only ate there one night and the fact that only one other person was there should have made the alarm bell sound but we xere tired from a hike so we stayed. Food was mediocre and we ordered a bottle of wine. There was no wine list as far as we could understand from the waitress (who, by the way was there constantly) who we of course could not communicate with because of the language barier. We got a bittle if rose wine which had clearly gone bad. We tried to explain her that this was no longer good by having her smell the cork and the wine in the gass itself. NOTHING happened. She disappeared for a while, made a number of phone calls, but the bottle was not replaced. Did she fake not understandjng the problem or did she not agree? When we paid the meal at the reception a lady appeared who apologized for the bad wine (this one did speak some English) and blamed it on the shop where it came ftom). Of course the bottle was charged to us anyhow. We paid as we were tired and wouldn't have been able to make us understood anyhow to the othrr lady who settled the bills. Conclusion : management, if you want to run more than a hostal, please follow some classes in modern hotel managemnt and you will have a great place.…
The room is clean and a good size .The beds are hard so be prepared . The bathroom is functional and a good size. Staff at reception are friendly Staff in the restaurant at dinner less so Breakfast is basic They have a garage for the safety of your car albeit a bit prehistoric Rooms are overpriced