Hostal Revash

Address: Jr. Grau Nro. 517, Chachapoyas, Peru | Hotel
 
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Revash Chachapoyas

          Reviewed by explore-nature

          Vyborny pobyt

          Reviewed Jun 1, 2014
          by (17 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 TravelPod.com.

          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 TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Revash Chachapoyas

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Chachapoyas

          Huaca lookout

          A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe on Feb 20, 2015

          36 photos

          ... back to our city, even though i knew it was pretty far (8 km), we started walking and a minivan came along and we took it instead as we had walked a pretty long distance (or so we thought) but it was only a fraction of the way.

          Back in town we went to the tour guide and booked our visit to Kuelap for the next morning for 65 Soles. We walked around looking for something to eat, but most places open at 7ish so we found what looked ...

          Bienvenido at Chachapoyas

          A travel blog entry by sa2014frda on Jan 23, 2015

          1 comment, 52 photos

          ... about this ancestral community.
          I paid in total 30SOL, this included the transport and the guide.
          The entrance of the site is 15SOL but the driver got me a student ticket so I paid only 8 SOL.
          Our guide, Augustus, was fantastic, the visit was in Spanish and when I wanted more explanation, he answered in French. He could speak fluently English and French.
          I really recommend you to go with this guide so this tour operator;
          Santa Maria Travel& Tours, ...

          Kuelap

          A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 13, 2015

          A minibus picked us up for the three hour ride to Kuelapo around 8:30. The roads around here are to my surprise all tarmaced, but the last hour did turn into a bit of a mud fest. Yesterday we passed a surprising amount of rock fall on the roads. Kuelap is situated around 3,000m ASL. Chachapayos is about 2,334m. Time for some LP bumbf: Matched in grandeur only by the more famous ruins of Machu Picchu the faboulous ruins of this pre-inca ...

          No wonder its a lost city.

          A travel blog entry by aquest on Dec 09, 2014

          46 photos

          ... stone steps. The citadel fortress sits at the top overlooking 3 valleys it is amazing you don't notice it from below.

          Rain starts to fall not just pitter pater but heavy wet stuff.

          We have a long way to go back so we cut short our tour and have to run all the way down.

          Once back at the bike the rain is falling in torrents starting to run down the mud road. This is going ...