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Brilliantly illuminated at night, the hotel is in the heart of Arequipa’s historic quarter, just around the corner from the magnificent 16th-century Santa Catalina Convent and only 3 blocks from Arequipa Plaza de Armas.
On a quiet street in the heart of Arequipa’s historic district, the hotel is just steps from the entrance of the famed Santa Catalina Convent and only 3 blocks from the Plaza de Armas. In the midst of Arequipa’s top restaurants, sights and shopping, the hotel is only15 minutes by taxi from Arequipa’s Rodríguez Ballón airport and 10 minutes from the bus station.
30 Superior Rooms
2 Senior Suites
1 Imperial Suite
Senior Suites and Imperial Suites, full of historic character, occupy the original colonial manor house, while Superior Rooms and Suites are located 4 floors of a newly but sensitively designed modern wing of the hotel, off the second colonial patio and with easy access to the terrace.
Ample (25 m²/ 269 sq. ft), featuring 2 full-size or 1 King beds and a stylishly refined & modern aesthetic, dominated by pristine white and Andean red accents.
Very spacious (40 m²/ 427 sq. ft), with King beds, separate sitting areas and full walk-in closets, as well as spacious bathrooms, including bathtubs.
Extraordinarily large (66 m²/ 707 sq. ft), full of colonial flavor and sumptuously decorated, with Super King beds, separate living rooms, valuable original colonial paintings, and period antiques. Feature traditional high vaulted ceilings, sillar (white volcanic stone) walls, large bathrooms, and antique armoires.
Featuring astonishing Arequipa views, (54 m²/ 578 sq. ft), located on the 2nd floor with its own grand private entrance, a sillar staircase leading from interior patio. Features a Super King bed, large independent living room, long original colonial wooden balcony, as well as bronze chandelier, splendid 19th-century armoire, double-paned windows, and a round Jacuzzi tub with views overlooking the principal interior patio.
The most elegant restaurant in Arequipa, it occupies 2 rooms of the original colonial manor house opening onto the central patio. Javier Morante´s menu adapts traditional Arequipa cuisine, one of Peru’s most distinguished and creative. Regional delicacies include grilled ostrich, crayfish chowder, and stuffed rocoto peppers.
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