Koala Hostel

Address: Puente Grau 108, Arequipa, 5154, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Puente Grau 108, Arequipa, is near Sachaca.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKoala Hostel Arequipa

Reviewed by sweeneygov

Cute and quiet

Reviewed Oct 8, 2010
by (1 review) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Koala's was a little difficult to find at first but once the taxi driver opened his eyes and slowed down a little it was easy to spot on our third drive past. The hostel is quiet, clean and cheap. Very quiet, me and my friend where the only people there but that was probably due to the time of year. The staff were great, very friendly and chatty and made you feel welcome. I would have liked to stay longer.

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