San Antonio Suites

Address: Calle Arequipa N° 840, Puno, Puno 51, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Calle Arequipa N° 840, Puno.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSan Antonio Suites Puno

      Reviewed by kerry.ward

      Great Stay at Suites Antonio's

      by (4 reviews) Chicago , United States Flag of United States

      This hotel is excellent, set apart by its staff. I left in a hurry and didn't realize my little card case has fallen under the bed. When I got to Copacabana I emailed the hotel and Vilma immediately responded that they had found the case and would send it back to me in Chicago. I wanted to send them money for their time and postage but they said it was not necessary. I very much appreciate their effort and excellent customer service. Beyond the staff, the hotel is perfectly situated near enough to the main square for an easy walk, but far enough away so it's quiet. My room was spacious with a big, hot shower, and the wifi was good. Highly recommended.

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      Reviewed by bananamoozie

      Excellent hotel

      Reviewed Mar 30, 2013
      by (4 reviews) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia

      This hotel was really nice and we thoroughly enjoyed out stay. The room was a good size, with ensure and tv. The staff made our stay amazing and were incredibly helpful and polite. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend this place to stay and would gladly come back!

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      Reviewed by pestef

      All hotels should be run like this!

      Reviewed Mar 22, 2013
      by (15 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      What to say about this hotel, Only stayed one night (was supposed to stay 2 - will get to that) and from the moment that we were picked up from the bus terminal, we knew we were on to a good thing.

      The guy from the hotel was at the bus station as our bus arrived from Bolivia, and promptly whisked us away in to a taxi and to the hotel. He even spoke quite good English.

      When we arrived at the hotel, a lovely lady checked us in and we were shown to our room immediately. The rooms are very basic, but clean, with hot water, comfortable bed, tv, and good pillows. Some of the rooms (most) are off the hallway, and therefore do not have windows to the outside world, instead have windows to the hallway (but don't worry - it is still very private).

      We needed to confirm our transfer to Arequipa the next morning, so I went downstairs to ask where the local office of the company was. The lady at reception immediately said that she could call for me to confirm. I also asked about a recommendation for a bus company to Puno, which she was also able to help me with. Finally, I needed to print out our Machu Picchu tickets and asked if there was a place near by - why? she asked - there is a printer on the first floor hooked up to a computer that you can use.

      The next morning we had a very early pick up - 6:15am. As she had confirmed our pick up the night before, she had organised for breakfast to be ready and so in the wee hours of the morning we were able to fill our bellys - and with good food too - good bread rolls, cheese, ham, eggs made to order, and good coffee.

      When we came to pay, they did not have change of $100 and they do not take credit cards, however, she said no to worry - we could pay when we returned in a couple of days from Arequipa (even though we offered to pay for both rooms to avoid so much change).

      It ended up that my partner hurt his back and we were not able to return to Puno (instead we travelled directly to Cusco) and the hotel staff were so understanding and allowed us to deposit money in to their account for the night's accommodation that we had had 3 nights previously.

      I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel if you are looking for a budget place to stay with 5 star service!

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      Reviewed by sbizamreise

      Amazing Breakfast

      Reviewed Nov 18, 2012
      by (3 reviews) , Ecuador Flag of Ecuador

      San Antonio Suites has everything you expect for the price. It's not super cheap but the Staff is really friendly, the beds are comfortable and the breakfast was one of the best I had in South America. WiFi was ok and the shower really hot (the pressure however was not entirely satisfying). Some rooms(it seems all matrimonials) have only windows to the aisle. It's quiet but not amazing if you're a fresh-air-fanatic. Would definitely stay there again.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews San Antonio Suites Puno

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Puno

      Last stop in Peru - Puno and Lake Titicaca

      A travel blog entry by rhampshire on Oct 19, 2012

      4 comments, 22 photos

      Hello again, The day after we finished the Inca trail we took the Inca Express Tourist bus from Cusco to Puno which stopped at various museums, churches and Inca sites - we left in the morning and arrived in Puno around 5pm.  In between the stops Marie slept most of the way as we were out for a few celebratory drinks with our Inca trail group …

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      Just a quick overnight in Puno, mainly to give us a chance to get out to the floating Uros islands which it was too windy for last time we were here.
      Had fantastic weather this time round, with practically no wind. Stayed at San Antonio Suites again (US$35),and they organised a half day tour for us (PEN20).
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      A travel blog entry by varney on May 24, 2014

      2 photos

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