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Hotel San Jose Piura, Peru Not rated yet
December 1, 2015 - Recommended - Hotel San Jose Lin and I have stayed in several different hotels in Piura at different times over the past years. …

Urubamba/Sacred Valley - Kuychi Rumi Not rated yet
~ by C This is the best place to get acclimated before you go off to Machu Picchu. I found this place on trip advisor. They have excellent reviews …

Yanque (Colca Canyon) Tambo Hostal Not rated yet
The hotel was cheap, very clean, and the staff was friendly. However, it wasn't close to anything so couldn't get out without getting some kind of …

Piura - Hostal San Jose Not rated yet
Nice place to stay if you're passing through Piura on your way to Mancora. Owner was friendly and the hotel was basic but pleasant. Simple and good value. …

Paita - Las Brisas hotel Not rated yet
Price off-season $15 USD for a double. I would rate this at 4/5 for a mid-price Peruvian hotel. It was much nicer than we expected. This hotel is …

Costabella Hotel, Piura, Peru Not rated yet
March 2014 - Lin and I have stayed in the Costabella a number of times since the original post below. It is still recommended as a decent hotel. …

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