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Casa de Avila Reviews

Av San Martin 116, Vallecito, Arequipa, Peru

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115 Total Reviews
  • 87%Value For Money
  • 95%Security
  • 89%Location
  • 98%Staff
  • 89%Atmosphere
  • 95%Cleanliness
  • 93%Facilities

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We loved that the staff allowed us to practice our Spanish and were very patient and friendly. The hotel has a wonderful atmosphere and breakfast was good, but there seemed to be not enought cups and plates..


Took a break from the hostel scene to enjoy a legitimate hotel. The staff was incredibly helpful, the rooms were lovely with good showers, and the courtyard was a great place to hang out. Breakfast is also more than bread and jam (it includes cheese, olives, and juice), and for 5 soles extra you can get the best pancakes! Also, even though the site says they don't hold luggage, we left our luggage while we did a 2-day Colca trek with no problem (although we did stay there again on our return)


Very nice staff. It was my mom birthday and they helped me a booking a very good restaurant and a cake to celebrate.


Very friendly and helpful staff and beautiful hostel. The gardens were lovely and breakfast was very good. Not a hugely social hostel though. My only real criticism is that our room was not cleaned once in 3 days which was disappointing, especially when the bin full of used toilet paper needs emptying!


This was the nicest place we stayed in all of our three week trip in Peru. It is so beautiful, the staff is the nicest, breakfast is huge, and the location is great. We thought it would be far from the center, but it was a very short walk to the main plaza. We also did the cooking class, which was really fun!


This was a splurge for us on a backpacker budget, but well worth it and good value. The facilities were great (nice breakfast, good WiFi, yoga and Spanish classes and cable tv in our room). This was a great place to chill out for a couple of days.

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