Rio Hotels Mancora Reviews
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The place was about a fifteen-minute walk from the main part of the beach. The area around the hotel is a little dicey, but the staff at the hotel was very mindful about security. Overall the staff was great, and the price was excellent considering the cost of many of the hotels in the area. I would stay there again.
As a girl travelling alone I felt very secure in this hotel. English speaking receptionist did his best to make me feel like at home and to welcome me warmly. He also gave me many useful advices about travelling in Peru. Thanks to the location I was able to see more than only touristy beach, I could see the real life of Mancora residents what I consider to be an interesting experience. The place was calm, clean and well mantained. I would definitely recommend it.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
We had cold showers every day. The location was further from the beach than we had thought it would be. There was tv in room which was good. Room was very stuffy as no window but there was a fan which we definately needed. Nice and quiet and they always had the building locked.
At first the room had no seat on the toilet but that was fixed. The hostel was a ten minute walk from the main area but not bad. Mancora is a little beach town that was a first stop in Peru, coming from Ecuador.
This hotel is located about 10 mins walk from where the bus stopped and let us off in the main street of Mancora. we took a tuk-tuk or motor three wheeled carrier to our hotel, it costs 3 sols or 1us dollar. check in was easy the rooms are very spacious with only a fan in our room, no a/c. the bathroom is very small and crammed, maybe that was the style of build in Peru so taking nothing away from hotel, but it is in our room so it was a bonus.No Kitchen for guests only bad point, friendly staff