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Cocos Boutique Hotel
Featuring a restaurant, a business centre, and an outdoor swimming pool, Cocos Boutique Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and breakfast. San Ramon city centre and La Merced city are a 5-minute drive away...
Hotel Fundo San Jose Ecolodge
Fundo San Jose is an Ecolodge in the heart of the Junin Province jungle, on the Chanchamayo Riverfront. It offers a variety of excursions, an outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi...
Chanchamayo Inn Hotel
Boasting an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by park and sun loungers, Chanchamayo Inn Hotel has chic rooms with free Wi-Fi and is only 3 blocks from the bus terminal. A continental breakfast is served daily...
Rio Grande Inn
This smart and well-appointed hotel is set in verdant grounds by the Río Chanchamayo. Rooms have wood paneling and minifridges along with the usual top-end hotel facilities...
The best of two decent new hotels opened in central La Merced, the air-conditioned rooms here are ginormous and all come with fridges and sparkling bathrooms. Breakfast is enjoyed in a cheerful setting and views are mostly onto Parque Integración.
Just off the plaza with spacious rooms that make the beds look almost lost; there are writing desks, fans, cable TV and spotless bathrooms. Street-facing rooms are very noisy.
Hostal El Eden
You pay for the plaza location, but the well-decorated rooms are OK, with TVs, fans and cold showers. Not all rooms have windows.
Hospedaje Santa Rosa
The cleanest of the cheapest hotels, the Santa Rosa boasts light rooms. Doubles get cable TV and large windows. Showers are cold. There are cheaper rooms with shared showers.
Clean, pleasant option with sizeable, well-decorated, airy rooms and a restaurant. Two doubles have actual baths.
You can’t go wrong with this modern, brightly tiled hotel and its sparkling cafeteria. Rooms feature direct-dial phones, fans, cable TV, excellent beds and hot showers. A nice, comfy choice.
One of the better hotels on the San Ramon–La Merced strip, the Casablanca has spacious rooms tucked away down long, tiled corridors. The decor is old fashioned but rooms have minifridges, fans, cable TV and sizeable hot-water bathrooms...
Opposite Los Koquis restaurant, and set back from the plaza, this place offers clean, comfortable, plain rooms with cable TV. It’s secure, too. The owner is as sunny as an Amazonian summer. Rooms at the back are quietest.
A popular place, and the owners know it. Bright, inviting hallways lead to rooms with fans, cable TV and hot showers. A top-floor restaurant serves decent food while offering good town views.