Colonial House Inn
AddressCalle Puente Grau 114.Cercado 114 Puente Grau street. Cercado ArequipaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Peaceful, if slightly run-down, colonial house with a rooftop terrace and garden with striking views of El Misti on clear days. Breakfast isn't included but the friendly staff can sometimes provide something basic, if you ask nicely.
Our independent authors have visited Colonial House Inn and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Arequipa.
Description provided by property
Welcome to Colonial House Inn, a colonial house declared a historical monument by the government, with the traditional domed ceilings, located in the centre of the city. The rooms are big, with private bathroom and 24 hour hot water, each with its own special atmosphere.
Guests can enjoy our roof garden where they can have breakfast or just rest while admiring a beautiful view of the city and surrounding mountains. Other facilities include a dining room and TV area with cable TV, a free book exchange and a DVD library. There is also a back patio with a lovely garden and for a very small charge guests can use kitchen and laundry facilities.
The English-speaking staff will give you a warm welcome and provide information about tours and connections. We also sell bus tickets and tours.
We have a long and varied breakfast menu which includes muesli, fruit salad, omelettes, pancakes, eggs, and sandwiches; the prices are the most convenient in town.
We are just a five to ten minute walk from banks, ATMs, and money exchange stores.
Why not visit and stay with us? We look forward to welcoming you here!
Services & facilities
- Book Exchange
- Cable TV
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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