La Casa De Zarela
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Casa De Zarela Huaraz
Great facilities and lovely staff. Only negative is not their fault really. About every two or three weeks at the weekend there is a party venue next door which hosts loud bands from the afternoon to the small hours. Aside from that it's perfect.
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