Pozo del Cielo is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Chivay, offering a quaint environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as Pozo Del Cielo Hotel offers guests free internet access.
The hotel features baggage storage. Plus, Pozo Del Cielo Hotel offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Chivay be sure to experience nearby pubs such as Resto Bar El Colonial.
If you are interested in exploring Chivay, check out one of the hot springs, such as La Calera Thermal Waters and La Calera.
Enjoy your stay in Chivay!
What a gorgeous quirky original hotel. Very authentic, comfy and clean we a beautiful view of the town across the bridge and of the stars at night. Staff are helpful but don’t speak a lot of English and I think they may still be recovering from covid, I.3 no beer at the bar and very confused when pouring a rum and coke or a glass of wine! That said, food was yummy, good portion size and good price. Overall a good hotel but don’t expect 5 star. There is Wi-Fi but it doesn’t really work.
The hotel is in a nice location, part of the rooms has stunning views to the canyon. Ambience of the hotel itself is also very pleasant. Additional bonus – it is very quiet, it was one of the quietest nights when in Peru. Rooms are convenient, beds are comfortable, contrary to many hotels in Peru, there are pairs of all towels in the double rooms, not only bath towels. It is not very warm at night, but there is a heater in the room and electric blanket (though it did not work in my room). WiFi is quite tolerable, with some hitches though. Breakfast was not so great – food selection very limited and some products could have been better.
We stayed here for 1 night whilst visiting the coca canyon. The bed was very comfortable and the view was a great view of the canyon. The food was not nice in the restaurant but perhaps I chose wrong. I would not say don’t stay here but it was my least favourite hotel in Peru.
The rooms are simple but pleasant with a small sitting area and a pleasant view. The atmosphere in the dining room in the evening was delightful with many nationalities mixing and talking over a pleasant buffet dinner. All in all, a great way to prepare for the following day in the amazing Colca Valley and Canyon.
Stayed for 1 night during our 2 week trip to Peru. Interesting hotel! Rustic and colourful. Bonus to have heating and electric blankets. Best thing was that the planetarium was just across the road which was totally worth a visit.
We stayed for a night as part of a tour to the Colca Canyon. The hotel is pretty, so was the room. It was rustic and charming. The beds were nice, so were the linens. Breakfast was nice. The only problem was no hot water. There was no time to tell anyone since I tried to shower late at night and then early in the morning, but I have seen other travelers complain about this too.
This was listed as a 3 star hotel but to be honest if they had listed it as 2 star then the expectations would have not been as high. It is very basic, clean and simply furnished. Staff did not speak any English but were doing their best to communicate with the limited Spanish we offered. We did have a decent stay but with very limited offerings. Breakfast was fair and enough to provide a start to the day, limited overall.
Located just outside Chivay's city centre, Pozo del Cielo is a picturesque structure, it seems you are in a tale, with little streets to reach the rooms and colorful buildings. The room was good and also the breakfast, the hotel was under some renovation so a little bit noisy. At the end is a good option to not stay near Chivay's city centre.
Nice enough basic hotel which is a bit of a walk from the interesting village which has a good local market. However we made the mistake of getting one small bag of laundry (mostly underwear and socks) done and were totally ripped off on the price. They don’t price by the kg like most hotels, but by the item which meant about 4x what we paid elsewhere. So a single sock cost as much as a full shirt or trousers. We complained at the reception where the attitude was “yes it’s crazy expensive but management insists that this is what we charge”. We then got our tour leader to intervene and the manager agreed to refund half. (Although we were actually given less than this, and a shrug when we went to collect it.) Lesson learned. Breakfast was basic but ok. Internet worked at the times where reception were not streaming videos and YouTube.…
No hot water for a morning shower was not what we had in mind for our 2 night stay at this hotel. This was brought up to the hotel staff and they were checking on the problem- but unfortunately no hot water. Other than the bartender the first night and her pisco sours and cheerful attitude- staff seemed a bit disinterested. Not much for breakfast, either- even with the rating that the breakfast is good. Nice property just outside of town- could have been a nicer experience at a minimum.