The rambling grounds with tropical gardens and Victorian touches could have come right out of a Graham Greene novel. But the hotel itself (originally a small spot with wooden bungalows) has undergone a major expansion in recent years, and most rooms lack personality. 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, plus a small pool. The restaurant is one of Puerto Maldonado's best, serving popular lunch specials.
Jr. Moquegua 422, Puerto Maldonado, Peru
May 2, 2009
This currently the best hotel in Puerto Maldonado. It is clean, well run, has WiFi and free Computers to use (photo) and a free airport shuttle. The adjoined restaurant is has good, inexpensive food. The "included breakfast" was a buffet and was quite good. The A/C is a must and worked great. There is a swimming pool and you are two blocks from the plaza. I would stay here again without hesitation. Recommended.