Big hotel with secure parking in front. Looks rather fancy but was 'only' 40 soles for a double room with private bathroom. Hot shower, good wifi, clean place and friendly staff. We also had dinner here for 10 soles pp and breakfast for 4,5 soles pp. Good deal! Might be able to camp here but we didn't ask.
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There’s also a nice restaurant at this place. Great and not expensive food. Had lunch here with my family. Shared 2 plates in 4 people. Nice stop.Report Check-In
50 soles single con bano wifi doesn't work dogs still bark parked my moto around the side next to guard dog 20 soles for a mealReport Check-In
+ good overnight stop, secured parking right in front of hotel reception
- bit noisy because of cars coming and going
- WiFi didn’t work
- toilets close around 10
We had breakfast and bought some bananas and water to make up for the free night. 10SOLReport Check-In
As described. We took a room, which is 45 soles for a matrimonial now. Clean, comfortable and spacious room, no hot water when we tried. WiFi average. Night was not so quiet due to dogs barking, literally all night.
Food was good. Dinner à la carte, ranging from 10-20 soles (for the vegetarians they have a salad with rice and beans).
Breakfast was really good: we had coffee, fresh juices and sandwiches with cheese and tortilla. Paid 20 soles for 2 people.
As described. Asked if we could stay if we ate dinner there, they said no problem. S/10 per plate, simple and filling. Clean bathrooms, no other facilities unless you want to check into the hospedaje. Truck traffic dies off in the night, but starts up again early morning. Seems this is a big rig stop off point for the convoys heading up the pass.Report Check-In
Saw this place and stopped in for the night. Came to add it on iOverlander and saw it was already on here.. Don't even bother looking for good spots, they're all already here.. :)
We stayed in our truck camper for free, but had dinner (and then breakfast). Food was really good. About 10 soles/meal.
Staff very friendly, wifi fast, bathrooms clean and open early in the AM.
Quiet during the night, except for a little road noise, felt very safe.
They have a hose you can use to fill tanks. Not sure if it's potable.Report Check-In
friendly people at this hotel.
felt safe during the night.
we paid 20 soles for a dish and 3 sodas and we allowed to stay on the parking
lots of sand flies all day long though so left early in the morning
Nice place to stop. Calm & quiet. We had a breakfast here but be careful, the owner wanted us to pay 20 soles for 2 powder coffees, old bread with cheese and a papaya juice. I paid 12 soles as indicated here and go. So it a good spot but with deshonest people. Be careful.Report Check-In
Nice people. Stayed for free in their parking lot. Ate dinner (10pp) and breakfast (6pp) and were able to use their bathrooms (toilet only) and wifi. Bit noisy at night because close to highway. They closed the restaurant/bathroom around 10pm & reopened around 7.30am.Report Check-In
We asked and they let us stay for overnight in our big rig - for free!! Very Nice. We had dinner, so at least we spend some money there. Cheap and good. OK overnight stop when coming from Huaraz towards Lima. Very (noisy) due to heavy truck traffic all night long. You'll better know before...Report Check-In
Really good deal as well for the hotel (11 € with all comfort) than for the restaurant (4€ for a tasty ceviche).
And the fastest wi-fi we met in South America. I
Safe overnight place on the road. We eat dinner and so it was possible to sleep into the car for free. toilette and good wifi but a lot of traffic during the nightReport Check-In
Big hotel with secure parking in front. Looks rather fancy but was 'only' 40 soles for a double room with private bathroom. Hot shower, good wifi, clean place and friendly staff. We also had dinner here for 10 soles pp and breakfast for 4,5 soles pp. Good deal! Might be able to camp here but we didn't ask.Report Check-In