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Hotel Casa Vieja

Hotel Casa Vieja

Well-run hotel in a historic house dotted with antiques and knick-knacks in the centre of Chachapoyas.

The well-run Hotel Casa Vieja, dotted with antiques and knick-knacks, occupies a converted colonial townhouse in the heart of Chachapoyas. It has preserved the architecture and constructive scheme, arranged on two floors in the traditional galleried style of the area, with all of them giving onto a walkway around a pleasant central courtyard spilling over with flowering foliage.

Guestrooms are fairly basic but immaculately clean, and rather more comfortable than you might perhaps expect given the remote and rustic location. On the ground floor is a cosy sitting room where a crackling open fire wards off the chill on cold nights.

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What our clients say

  • Highlight?: Machu Picchu

    RN, London
  • By fay the most memorable part was our time at refugio Amazonas.... The staff made our stay wonderful. Really cannot recommend this place enough. 

    JW, Swadlincote
  • “We enjoyed all the places we visited on our holiday in Peru, and the experience was enhanced by friendly and knowledgeable local guides. The spectacular scenery we saw will stay…

    MM, Newcastle upon Tyne
  • We had a private tour, which we think was the best way to do this sort of trip.  Although we had only 9 days in Peru in the Cuzco area,…

    PS, Reading
  • Machu Picchu was the most memorable part of the trip. The rain forest was fun. We loved the Andean Express train journey too.

    MdlATS, London
  • It was memorable because of the cultural and geographical variety so can't pick out particular part.    We were in 3 different climates, in mountains, jungle and coast.  Probably enjoyed…

    SL,
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