Costa del Sol Wyndham Arequipa
Top-of-the-range hotel with a delightful garden and peaceful location, giving a nod towards the city's colonial past while offering a full range of facilities including an outdoor pool.
One of the few top-of-the-range hotels in Arequipa, the Costa del Sol Wyndham Arequipa Hotel (formerly Libertador) has an architectural style which nods towards the city's colonial past while offering a full range of facilities including an outdoor pool and a spa. If a large garden and peaceful location are more important to you than proximity to the city centre, this is a great option: it's in the residential zone of Selva Alegre, with fine views of Misti volcano.
Built in 1940 in colonial style, the low-rise building is painted a rosy ochre, giving the exterior a warm and rather grand look. Once inside, you will find long corridors flanked by large, simply furnished rooms. There is a restaurant offering a good choice of international and Peruvian cuisine.
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