Colonial House Inn

Address: Puente Grau 114, Arequipa, Peru | Inn
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsColonial House Inn Arequipa

        Reviewed by roseyd

        brilliant cheap option

        Reviewed Dec 28, 2010
        by (10 reviews) Mighty Leeds , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        Not the fanciest of places, but very friendly and comfy. Very cheap!

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Colonial House Inn Arequipa

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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