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


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


A travel blog entry by steve.caroline on Feb 27, 2015

5 photos

... our morning city tour was quite informative. Our first stop was a high lookout point above the city where we could see the large valley carved out by the Chili River. Arequipa is important as the valley is very fertile and produces many different crops (incl. potatoes, endless varieties of corn, quinoa, fruit and vegetables). From this vantage point we could also see the three volcanoes (Misti is still considered active) that have produced the mineral rich soil. ...

Beautiful historic center with palm trees!

A travel blog entry by isabelle134 on Feb 17, 2015

8 photos

... a, two inner courts surrounded by arcades, so, cloisters, belonging to a former Jesuite Monastery. There is there a little chapel where the walls are just covered with paintings of flowers, birds and trees, you feel like in a magic forest! One of the cloisters has a stair to the second level, where one can sit and in the afternoon drink a coffee. My favourite place to go sit and relax!
So different from the Inca Cusco and very cold ...

From Bolivia to Peru

A travel blog entry by curto on Nov 30, 2014

28 photos

... main cities. As we rolled into to town it was nice to be able to get some cheap accommodation with a view of the lake which was an added bonus. As for the town itself it was a little place with dirt roads and overpriced restaurants with an over abundance of people who had appeared to have 'found themselves' on the road. What they had really found though, were hemp pants with birkenstock sandals, an 'Alpaca' sweater and enough hair to chuck in a dread or 2, and a permanent ...

Peru II to Asia

A travel blog entry by rangjill on May 01, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... how progressively modern the city was in its architecture and luxury amidst the desert. We also spoke to a lady on our flight from Iran who told us a little about her country. One of the best parts of travelling is the progressive study of your own ignorance. Although brief, this short layover ignited a curiosity in us and a realization about the irony of learning: the more you learn, the more you realize how much more you have to learn. Our new adventure begins in Asia. Next blog: ...

Shake and quake...

A travel blog entry by niblet on Apr 02, 2014

4 photos

... back at at our hostel we were getting ready to retire to bed when suddenly the bed I was lying on begun to vibrate violently as if being attacked by a polteguist. The deep rumbling noise begun to get louder then, and as the glasses on the beside table started rattling together I realised we were experiencing an earthquake. Not being able to simply run to escape to safety, at that point an intense and alien sense of anxiety invaded my ...