Hotel Jose Antonio

Address: Carretera Puno - Desaguadero Km 6.5, Puno, Peru | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Carretera Puno - Desaguadero Km 6.5, Puno.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Jose Antonio Puno

      Reviewed by eric.burns

      In all probability the best Hotel in Puno.

      Reviewed Jun 8, 2014
      by (8 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Hotel sits well outside of town on a main road. Nice enough hotel however our room while overlooking the lake was noisy from the passing traffic. Food and service was excellent. Also had a nice Lounge area overlooking the lake.

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

      Reviewed by lisaraewyn

      Perfect service in the restaurant

      Reviewed Aug 15, 2013
      by (6 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      The hotel was luxurious and very warm. Our room was comfortable with beautiful views over the lake and Puno. The highlight was dinner at the restaurant where the service was perfect (and I am trained in silver service hospitality). The food, wine and cocktails were all so tasty and the atmosphere was wonderful with beautiful view, log fire, polite and friendly staff and pleasant music. It was a wonderful evening, thank you so much!

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Jose Antonio Puno

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Puno

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      A travel blog entry by eric.burns on Jun 08, 2014

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      We left our hotel at seven am for the 390 kilometre bus ride to Lake Titicaca. Our first stop after only 45 minutes was the Andahuaylillas Catholic Church. You drive through what seemed a poor village to a very opulent church where they were clicking the ticket for entry. While the church seemed very well maintained none of its wealth looked as if …

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      A travel blog entry by lisaraewyn on Aug 15, 2013

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      The alarm goes off at 5:30am. We have yummy breakfast buffet in the restaurant (too much as usual) of cereals, yogurts, fruit, tea, bread, pikelets, fried bread with treacle, sausages, eggs, fried potato etc.

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