Mirador del Monasterio

Address: Zela 301, Arequipa, Peru | Hostel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hostel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This hostel, located on Zela 301, Arequipa, is near The Cathedral of Arequipa, La Iberica Chocolate Shop, Monasterio de la Recoleta, and Sachaca.
Map this hostel


Photos of Mirador del Monasterio


          TripAdvisor Reviews Mirador del Monasterio Arequipa

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Arequipa

          Nuns and Pisco Sours galore in la ciudad blanca!

          A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Oct 23, 2015

          57 photos

          ... pleased! We were told about the differences between alpacas and llamas which are actually pretty obvious... Alpacas are shaggier, smaller with shorter necks and llamas are bigger with long necks and look more like camels. My favourite was the 'Rasta Alpaca' who basically had the longest and thickest dreadlocks, hence his name... He probably listened to Bob Marley too, inspiration for the dreads and chewing grass! Alpaca and llama wool are different too, but the ...

          Arequipa and Colca Canyon

          A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Sep 02, 2015

          39 photos

          ... more than 5 minutes. Perfect for the muscles after a 3 days of hiking! Feeling a bit more relaxed, we headed for a well deserved buffet lunch. I think this is one of the only buffets that I have personally loaded my plate with just vegetables and salad! It was such a treat to get some leafy vegetables.

          We jumped back into the bus ...

          Arequipa city

          A travel blog entry by kev1875 on Jul 14, 2015

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... leave - but this would bring shame on the family. It was interesting to see their living quarters - cells as they are called, and how they communicated with the outside world. This was just a small area at the front because once they passed through the Silencio arch the nuns were required to zip their lips in solemn silence and resolve to a life of work and prayer. Once graduated they moved to Orange Cloister, named due to the orange trees in the centre area. Here ...

          The geezer of the geysers and others.

          A travel blog entry by hwmorgan on May 22, 2015

          5 photos

          ... the 'spit bucket holder for a journeyman boxer' one. Most guides favour a polite approach when dealing with client issues, not Pablo. His go to response involved a smooth combination of aggression and conflict, admittedly an approach that was befitting of his Brooklyn gangster accent. Surprisingly, he took a more mellow approach during the last 20mins of the trip, unsurprisingly this culminated in him asking for tips. A good tip for Pablo would have been to develop his ...

          Arequipa - Peru's 2nd largest city

          A travel blog entry by judelicious.50 on Mar 27, 2015

          5 photos

          Free day in Arequipa today after arriving late yesterday afternoon. Time to explore the city - taking in the Monastery de Santa Catalina which is like a village (5ha) within the city of Arequipa. It has an interesting history of novices and cloistered nun's living in austere conditions yet ...