Positives: Good beds. Hot showers (best we had in Peru). Lovely garden to chill out in where they carry out the cooking classes and spanish lessons. Extremely friendly and helpful reception staff who went above and beyond their duty to assist us with onward travel plans. Carlos, who runs the cooking school is brilliant. Great location to walk in to the centre of town. The reception can organise your onward bus tickets and any trips you want to do.
Negatives: There really arent any. The rooms are basic, dont expect anything flash.
A great choice for the price. A double/ twin with private bath was about 110soles.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Casa de Avila is a beautiful yet affordable Mansion Hostel. With all private rooms circling the courtyard garden. An oasis of green and tranquility. A social room, book exchange library and cafeteria in the garden ar part of the facilities available. Our staff is always willing to help you with your needs. Friendly environment. Several kinds of rooms to fit your needs and budget. All with free WiFi, hot showers 24/7, linen and towels. Very clean. It s also headquarter of the famous Peruvian Cooking Experience, the best hands on activity in the city. We also host a Spanish School. And our tour operator sister company gives us the chance to offer you the best local tours with great prices and service. It’s a family owned business, which in Peru means we have a stronger compromise to serve as best as possible to our guests. Welcome, you are invited to our house! ... more less
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