La Casa Cuencana

Address: Hermano Miguel 4-45 y Calle Larga, Cuenca, Ecuador | Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Casa Cuencana

Reviewed by aletouze

Nice place

Reviewed Dec 1, 2015
by (22 reviews) Ottawa , Canada Flag of Canada

Very friendly and helpful owners, clean, comfortable beds, well decorated and cozy. We liked having a room with a balcony, lots of light. We were looking forward to having a bath, but when we tried to draw our first bath in months, the water was cold even though only the hot tap had been on. The wifi was not very good, even when we sat next to the router. Also, it was a little noisy at night, a dog kept barking for hours before daylight.

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Reviewed by lynanddon

Cheap and Cheerful

Reviewed Jun 21, 2013
by (14 reviews) Squamish , Canada Flag of Canada

Clean room, good location, excellent Wifi and lots of warm water.

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TripAdvisor Reviews La Casa Cuencana

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Cajas National Park and Spa Experience

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Aug 06, 2014

40 photos

... ically, on the anti-slip board, taking a chunk of skin out of his shin. There were a few expletives and a short delay before we started our 'experience'.

The Turkish steam bath was surprisingly warm and smelt good thanks to the bunches of herbs. We spent 30 minutes in the bath with one shower break before we were moved on to blue mud therapy pool. The mud in this pool was supposed to cleanse the skin so we liberally applied it and left it to ...


A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Mar 01, 2014

20 photos

... 241;os, just to spend the Carnival and get some other buckets of water in our face. The trip should last all day with a change of bus in a small town halfway between here and there; no more night buses, after all Ecuador is a small country in comparison to those in which we have been so far and the bus trips will certainly be shorter. Then maybe, if the clouds and the rain will stop for a minute or two, we could also have a look at the beautiful scenery from the window of the ...

Beautiful Cuenca!

A travel blog entry by lairsho on Jan 04, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... to be more successful than similar cultures in America. Perhaps it's just that the white conquerors did a more thorough job of destruction in the white settlement of North America. We do love Ecuador, an amazing little country! Cuenca is a wonderful combination of the old and new, with many modern conveniences and a nice barrier between the old on the north side of the river and the new Cuenca on the south side. Jerry is seeing a dentist this week about a new bridge ...

My Last-Minute Weekend Getaway to Cuenca

A travel blog entry by lara.franko on Nov 17, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... Parque Calderon, where we caught a double-decker tourist bus that took us around to see most of the sights for only $5! The highlight of the bus tour was going to the Mirador de Turi which is a lookout point that overlooks the entire city sprawled out below. The end of the bus ride was pretty amusing because the tree branches were so low at some points that we had to stay alert or else we would get hit by ...

There's no such thing as a free toffee

A travel blog entry by diasbuenos on Oct 03, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... stay here for a week and learn some spanish. We registered at the school this afternoon and start tomorrow morning. The school looks great, it plans lotsa fun clubs and excursions too. Tonight was salsa class which I'm happy to report was enjoyed by us both! Warming up for the dancing tour of South America. We also headed to an aboriginal museum which was cool. They had little cylinders which ...