'Portal La Merced Hostel' is fit to receive large and small groups, independent travelers, from business, students, visitors from around the world warm family atmosphere we offer safe and secure. Located in the heart of the city 60 seconds walk from 'Plaza de Armas', close to museums, colonial architecture, churches, banks, markets. also bars and clubs offer nightlife that will make your stay unforgettable and meet people from all
around the world.
We offer fun and unforgettable moments different things to do with us and guide
the various things you can do inside and outside of Arequipa as well as organize groups for trekking to the "Colca Canyon, or climbing the volcanoes, may be down hill Bicking et al. our services and staff will be at your need it will be a pleasure.
Spacious colorfull room toilet and shower in, bed linen, pillows, blanket, table, chair, bedside, wardrobe, power plug, tv cable, big window, mirror, lamp, hair dryer, well designed colonial room.
From the Airport 25 minutes by taxi.
From bus terminal 10 minutes by taxi.
From “Plaza De Armas” less than a minute walk.
To Sta. Catalina Monastry 5 minutes walk.
To la Compañia de Jesus Cloisters 3 minutes walk.
To San Camilo tipical market 5 minutes walk.
To Mummy Museum Santuarios Andinos few steps.
To La Recoleta Church and Museum 15 minutes walk.
To Yanahura volcanoe View Point 25 minutes walk.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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