Tierra Viva Puno Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTierra Viva Puno Plaza Hotel
A welcome refuge off the busy streets. This hotel is in a great location. One block from Plaza Armas and right in the centre of the walking streets with restaurants bars shops etc.
Good English spoken. Free water and tea and coffee in room. Excellent bathroom. Huge bed with lots of pillows. Breakfast reasonable but not refilled so a lot of things run out with 45 mins to go. £44 pn incl bfast.
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