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Río Alto Hotel
At a Glance
- riverside location
- flower-filled terrace to kick back in
- small rooms
- out of town location
- no travel services
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Río Alto Hotel Review
Just ½ km from Lunahuana, this hacienda-style hotel has a family vibe and is popular with visitors from Lima. Cozy public spaces with bamboo decor, a flower-filled courtyard, and the sounds of the river create a restful atmosphere. The restaurant's terrace is a great spot to enjoy pisco sours or river prawns while keeping an eye on the kids in the nearby pool. Rooms are small, although they have broad windows, slightly worn but comfortable furnishings, private bathrooms, and TVs. For groups, there are two fully equipped bungalows that sleep four (S/256).
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