Hostal Real San Felipe

Address: San Juan de Dios 304, Arequipa, ., Peru | Hostel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Real San Felipe Arequipa

Reviewed by missholland

good

Reviewed Oct 9, 2012
by (12 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

nice, clean but no windows in room and you cant be large to fit in the bathroom

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Real San Felipe Arequipa

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Arequipa

How can you lose a million people?

A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 08, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... into the city.    The afternoon was then spent meandering in the area near the cathedral until we stopped for a beer. Checking the Lonely Planet against the street map given us by the hotel we realised we were just round the corner from one of the premier sites of the city - Monasterio de Santa Catalina. When we got there we found it was a convent for Dominican nuns established in 1579 and still in use (at least in part) by a community of ...

The Colca Canyon

A travel blog entry by lizzie.hunscott on Oct 04, 2014

40 photos

... On the way back we stopped in these amazing hot springs. We first jumped into the river...which I did very quickly for me! And then we jumped into these amazing hot springs....it was bliss! Our brazillian guide on the way back had brought his skateboard with him, so at one point of the journey home, he got out and skateboarded at 60km per hour in front of the bus....these things only happen whilst travelling!!! Once back in Arakepa we had 4 hours until our night bus to Puno at 10pm! ...

Not the most exciting town

A travel blog entry by angela_louise on Sep 09, 2014

13 photos

... pictures and then went into the town centre.

We went straight for cafe overlooking the main square and had a coffee, and watched as a political demonstration went past. Demonstrations are common in Peru; we have seen many. We went to look around the market, which was a locals market rather than a tourist market so was filled with strange fruits and vegetables and a woman selling bags of puppies. ...

Waiter waiter what's that in my soup?

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Jan 18, 2014

1 comment, 70 photos

... fly nets over the meat! We decided that we would have dinner in the market and sat down on the plastic chairs and ordered a stuffed pepper, hoping that we were both in the 15% of people whose stomach can stomach the food there. Fortunately we were! It was good, but then as we walked out we had to communicate that we really couldn't eat at every stall and we really were already full. One thing that we had not expected, but took us back to Sri Lanka, was when we found ...

Day 100!

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Nov 23, 2013

31 photos

... up eating at the restaurant that didn't serve cider but we found out where it was so Tim and I went and got some. I waited 100 days without cider and if I can help it, I'll never wait that long again!

Lunch was hilarious. I ordered grilled trout which was delicious but the skin tasted gross so I tempted Tim with a bite. He put the whole thing in his mouth and within a matter of seconds, threw up on the floor. Jenny was victim number two who by choice snorted a line of cayenne ...