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On the southeast side of the plaza is a glut of uninspiring options offering basic accommodations with a plaza price tag.
On the Plaza de Armas is this grande dame of Huánuco hotels...
Service is surly, showers are hot, cable TV is included in the price of the doubles and there’s a karaoke cafe downstairs.
Near the market, this offers little out of the ordinary but has decent-sized pastel-colored rooms, dependable hot water, cable TV and a pleasing cafe, all within clean, secure environs.
On the Plaza de Armas, this fairly comfortable, modern hotel has large rooms with good beds, cable TV and phone. It has a sauna, restaurant and a handy 24-hour cafe.
It’s official: boutique hotels have reached Huánuco. Rooms at this snazzy spot have funky artwork on the walls; huge, comfy, colorful beds; copiously stocked minifridges; and telephones...
The main draw at this new five-story hotel are the huge, tiled hot-water bath/showers that most of the clean, tastefully decorated rooms come with. One room has a Jacuzzi; there’s a small restaurant below.
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