Hotel Regis

Alfonso Ugarte 202, Arequipa, Peru | Hotel
Prices starting from $25.00

Travel Blogs from Arequipa

City Of White

A travel blog entry by gregandtina on Dec 09, 2012

3 comments, 39 photos

We have spent the last few days in Arequipa (6 hour bus, $6 ea.) and it has been a nice change from the weather near Lake Titicaca and in altitude. Arequipa is much lower in elevation and on the west side of the Andes, so it has a much better climate year round. We spent our days walking the amazingly beautiful city and eating the local dishes …

City Living and a Nunnery

A travel blog entry by sharissajj


... on the bottom (if size allows...sometimes I can't even fit well in a dorm bunk by myself-luckily these ones were bigger). Unfortunately as I was leaning over our stuff, probably trying to get my toothbrush or something, I hear a bang! And a snap! And next thing I know half of our stuff and the mattress had fallen onto the lower bunk! Luckily no one was underneath when this happened, and I was still half on the latter so I didn't completely fall ...

Shake and quake...

A travel blog entry by niblet


... your plate. Despite our curiosity to try this local delicacy we were not keen on devouring a whole rodent, so in the spirit of trying new things we opted to go for alpaca instead. There is not a huge difference between alpacas and llamas in appearance but the alpaca meat is considered the most tender to eat. To me it tasted similar to venison and we enjoyed our meal whilst being entertained by a live traditional Peruvian band.


Chivay - Colca Canyon

A travel blog entry by georgierharris


... to the hot springs, we walked the 3km there through the canyon and spent an hr and a half relaxing in the hot pool where you could see the hot water coming directly from the mountains. Very nice to relax. Took a taxi back to the hostel to enjoy showers and pampering time in our own room before out for dinner. We had high hopes for our supper, but the service could not have been worse. We were completely ignored when ...

A Steady Climb

A travel blog entry by kimb3r


... chairs and lots of beautiful flowers. It is owned by a family who converted the property to a guesthouse from a metal working shop/store when the grandfather had a stroke. Diana, the grand daughter greeted us on arrival. She is also an English teacher which has proved to be incredibly useful as my grasp of Spanish falls somewhere between non-existent and rusty. I really should fix that. It now appears that Sarah may actually ...


This hotel, located on Alfonso Ugarte 202, Arequipa, is near Monastery of Santa Catalina (Monasterio de Santa Catalina), Chachani, Monasterio de la Recoleta, and Sachaca.
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