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Popular Hotels in Peru

If you're a first time visitor to Peru, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller hotel could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the hotels may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about hotels in Peru.

What are some good hotels in Peru?

Here are some of the most recommended hotels in Peru.

Loki Hostel Cusco
Calle Cuesta Santa Ana #601 Cusco, Perú
Casa Andina Classic – Cusco San Blas
Lucrepata 278 Cusco, Peru +51 1 2139739
Gran Hotel Bolívar
Jr. De La Unión 958 Cercado de Lima, Lima
Hotel San Agustin El Dorado
Avenida El Sol 395 Cusco, Perú
VIP House
Calle Meloc 422 San Sebastián, Perú
Ukukus Hostel
San Sebastián, Perú
Cusco, Peru
Bayit Shel Shlomy
Cusco, Peru
Beit Hasimcha
Cusco, Peru
Santa Teresa 375 Cusco, Perú +51 84 231800
Don Bosco Hotel
Teodoro Huaylupo 104 (Esquina del Colegio Salesiano) Cusco, Perú 0051-84-260261
Kokopelli Paracas
Av. Paracas Paracas, Ica
Costa Del Sol Picoaga
Santa Teresa Cusco, Cusco (01) 7112000
La Casa de Bamboo
Avenida Perotti | al Lado de la Hosteria Suiza Huacachina, Perú

Here's what Trippy members had to say about hotels:

"We stayed at Loki Hostel Cusco which was more like a beach resort, lots of fun events and great local restaurants."  See More

"Casa Andina hotels in Cusco are nice-stayed in the Casa Andina Private Collection at San Blas."  See More

"If you come to Lima, you should to visit Huaca Pucllana, Circuito Mágico del Agua, also try ceviche and drink pisco sour in Gran Hotel Bolívar, per day you need 30 dollars."  See More

"We were in Hotel San Agustin El Dorado, it was very good, it was clean, near downtown Cuzco, principal square, beautiful church, etc."  See More

"VIP House or Ukukus Hostel are the two I would recommend."  See More

"There are many Israeli hostels (Bayit Shel Shlomy, Beit Hasimcha, etc) with large crowds of Israeli backpackers."  See More

"Arts & crafts-wise, there's the Centro Artesenal Cusco for some woven goods, and the El Artesano de San Blas in the square up from Jack's Café Bar."  See More

"Hey Gustavo, the best and comfortable way to travel to Cusco is by airplane, other way is a + 20 hours bus trip, I stayed at a very comfortable & great price hotel with a beautiful view of the Cuzco Valley, Don Bosco Hotel, www."  See More

"In paracas you can stay at the Kokopelli Paracas http://www."  See More

"We chose to get a few hours of sleep at the Costa Del Sol Picoaga hotel that was directly across the street from the terminal and take a later morning flight."  See More

"If you're going to Lima, you should definitely check out Huacachina and stay La Casa de Bamboo."  See More

Mentioned in this answer:
  1. Loki Hostel Cusco
  2. Casa Andina Classic – Cusco San Blas
  3. Gran Hotel Bolívar
  4. Hotel San Agustin El Dorado
  5. VIP House
  6. Ukukus Hostel
  7. Chabad-Lubavitch
  8. Bayit Shel Shlomy
  9. Beit Hasimcha
  10. Ecopackers
  11. El Artesano de San Blas
  12. Don Bosco Hotel
  13. Kokopelli Paracas
  14. Costa Del Sol Picoaga
  15. La Casa de Bamboo
Where can I find out more about Peru?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Peru.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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