I stayed for one night in a single room, number 203, which was quite small, but nice and adequate. The price was 112 Soles. At 6 A.M I was awakened by traffic noises from the street bellow, which were very loud (Peruvian drivers love to honk their horns) and made it impossible to sleep. Breakfast was a buffet, with several... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Punuypampa Inn is located only a block away from Puno’s main square and under the city’s pristine blue sky that witnessed the birth of the Incas from the sacred lake.The name comes from the city’s original denomination: Puñuy Pampa, which means Place of rest, where in the sixteenth century the transporters and other travelers would rest from their long journeys through the Qollao. In 1668, the Viceroy Count de Lemus decides to move all miner settlements from their area to the town of Puñuy Pampa, where the city is founded under the name of “San Carlos de Puno”Punuypampa Inn comes from two decades of experience working in the tourism industry and it offers visitors the opportunity to rest at in pleasant environment, which is also comfortable and elegant, where the centennial city’s colonial decoration is revalued , with first class service for all of Puno’s visitors. ... more less
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