Isla Suasi Hotel

Address: \N, Puno, Peru | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on \N, Puno.
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          • Spa
          • Beach
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Breakfast Available
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Airport Transportation
          • Multilingual staff
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Meal plan

          TravelPod Member ReviewsIsla Suasi Hotel Puno

          Reviewed by dh152786

          First impressions good

          Reviewed Nov 9, 2013
          by (12 reviews) Wirral , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Just arrived in the dark but it looks great with the lights over lake titicaca .
          Rooms very comfortable with lake views
          Will update again tomorrow

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Isla Suasi Hotel Puno

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Puno

          Cusco to Puno

          A travel blog entry by ridgewell51 on Oct 22, 2015

          19 photos

          ... we were issued with tickets. He also gave us his phone number in case we needed to contact him. A bus turned up about 2.30pm - we got on and found our assigned seats and left a bit before 3pm. We were in the second row from the front and hadn't been going for long when the woman in front of Margot reclined her seat as far as it would go so Margot had no leg room and the back of the seat was just about in her lap. When asked, the woman raised the seat a little but complained and ...

          2 idyllic days on Taquille Island

          A travel blog entry by deborahdowning on Sep 27, 2015

          2 photos

          Just had 2 magical days on and around Taquille Island.  Saw the floating Uros Islands and a ride in a traditional reed boat.  Then stayed overnight on Taquille Island - so quiet and peaceful.  Had a few walks around to acclimatise to the altitude- only 2 more sleeps until we start the Inca Trail trek ..... excited :) (Pictures to follow of the ...

          Meet the locals

          A travel blog entry by chrisphil on Sep 22, 2015

          41 photos

          ... very quickly. But in this case, we didn't have much choice, and in the end it was a great day, thanks to the locals we interacted with on the way. I'm not saying 'talked to' because with our level of spanish (very very poor) it's never a proper discussion :-(

          Philippe is doing 20 minutes lessons per day on an app on our tablet, but I'm not seeing much progress yet.. Most of the time we interact with locals in Tagalog. I mean, I speak Tagqlog/Bikol hoping that some words ...

          Puno what? We tried guinea-pig!

          A travel blog entry by marystrasburger on Sep 17, 2015

          2 comments, 9 photos

          ... was on one of the 87 floating Uros islands, about 15 minutes off the Peruvian coast. It was called Santa Maria and is the only one of the 87 to have a female president. The islands themselves are fascinating. Each one belongs to one family of many generations and branches and they are constructed solely from the reeds that grow in the lake.

          Basically in the dry season, the levels of the lake fall sufficiently to expose the roots of these reeds. The roots ...

          Day 44: A View Ta-quile

          A travel blog entry by gregros on Sep 09, 2015

          3 photos

          At 8 o'clock this morning, Ricardo told us our cars were waiting for us. He told us there were two to a car, so I was obviously expecting taxis and wasn't sure why we were suddenly going from a minibus to a taxi. When we got outside we found a fleet of tuk-tuks waiting for us. Unlike the ones in Mancora which were powered by motorbikes, these were powered by push bikes. Instead of driving in a uniform line, they raced each other to get to the port first. The ...