This hotel (once a tranquil spot with wooden bungalows) has undergone major expansion in recent years that has diminished its charm, but it remains Puerto Maldonado's second-best accommodations. The air-conditioned bungalows, with wood floors, double beds, and picture windows are pleasant enough, but doubles and triples have an uninspiring 70s-style decor. Rooms with ceiling fans are quite inexpensive, though a bit cramped. There's a large lounge with several computers for guest use and a small pool. The restaurant is one of Puerto Maldonado's best, serving popular lunch specials.