Hostal Revash

Jr. Grau Nro. 517, Chachapoyas, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jr. Grau Nro. 517, Chachapoyas, is near Revash.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Revash Chachapoyas

    Reviewed by explore-nature

    Vyborny pobyt

    Reviewed Jun 1, 2014
    by (13 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Pekne pokoje, sympaticky personal. Na hotelu prostredkovali 3denni vylety po okoli za vybornou cenu. Hostel profesionalni pruvodce s nadsenim pro historii.

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

    Reviewed by nalgene

    great location, comfy beds

    Reviewed Jun 11, 2011
    by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    To preface this review, I'm usually used to staying in hostals and paying around 30 soles per night per person. I originally booked a double for 60 soles/night, but we upgraded to the nicer double with a balcony overlooking the plaza and a slightly bigger room. Apparently the mattresses are nicer as well compared to the 60 sole room (this one costs 75 soles). Since this was a vacation, we decided to splurge a little.

    Overall great location, nice rooms, nice people. They have a tour agency, but we found the prices to be slightly more expensive elsewhere

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Revash Chachapoyas

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Chachapoyas

    Chachapoyas - The Cloud People

    A travel blog entry by explore-nature on Jun 01, 2014

    13 photos

    Ze San Ignacia s prestupem v Jaen jsme se po 4h dostali do prijmneho mesta Chachapoyas (mracni lide).
    Nazev mesta Chachapoyas pochazi ze jmena kmene, ktery vladl teto oblasti od 800a.d. az do prichodu Inku v 1470.
    O tomto kmeni se nedochovalo mnoho informaci, ale zanechali za sebou par zajimavych pamatek ke kterym vedci dodnes nenasli …

    Kuelup ruinus

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 28, 2014

    ... issue was we were on the last two seat at the back of the upper level so a bit noisy and rocked a bit with the bus movement. We were fed on board dinner and breakfast so had no worries there. We watched a few movies and settled to sleep with our supplied pillow and blanket. It got a little cold during the night but I had my hoodie jacket and scarf to help. Sadly Wayne's sleep was not so good as we only discovered how to elevate the foot rest to completely horizontal the next ...


    A travel blog entry by ianandwendy2013 on Jul 06, 2013

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... featuring boiled plantain. It has never been one of our favourites, no matter how our cooks/guides presented it over the next few days. They rapidly sensed that it was not high on our ...

    Chachapoyas at last

    A travel blog entry by candcthai on Jul 06, 2013

    18 photos

    ... happened here to wipe out these people. Theories range from internal strife between two of the most powerful families (exploited by the Spanish colonists to make their job easier), epidemics of smallpox and other diseases (again introduced by the Spanish), to an Inca invasion. Whatever did happen, our guide Victor, brought it all to life with his vivid, if sometimes OTT explanations. Listening to our guide and others around Chachapoyas, one can't help wondering ...

    Discovering the lost city of the Chachapoya

    A travel blog entry by emmazach on Apr 17, 2013

    ... flying through the trees below. The sun was so strong that the previously muddy path was pretty much all dried out on our way back. We took a tour to visit Peru's lost city of Kuelap. A few hours drive from Chachapoyas, along narrow winding roads scattered with rocks from recent landslides. In fact the road itself was only completed 6 years ago. The walk up to Kuelap wasn't too long but at an elevation of over 3000m I could feel my lungs struggling with the ...