January 2, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Libertador Arequipa in Arequipa, Peru
In Peru's altiplano, the high plains of the Andes, find a stunning white city in Areqipa. Surrounded by three imposing volcanic mountains, including the impressive El Misti, Arequipa is built entirely out of a white stone, and showcases some of the finest examples of Spanish colonial architecture in the country. Filled with history and culture, this Peruvian city draws visitors seeking an authentic South America experience. Here, find old world sophistication mixed with Peruvian style at Libertador Ciudad Blanca Arequipa. Nestled within lush gardens and trees, with views of the volcanoes, the Libertador offers warmth and friendliness for a world where there are no limits to your comfort and peace.
In town stop and admire the view from the Main Square, explore the original Spanish colonial architecture that dates to the 17th century in the Convento de Santa-Catalina and the Cathedral. For outdoor adventurers, the views from El Misti's hilltop reveal the whole city, the Chili river valley and the Chachani and Pichu Pichu volcanoes. Find rejuvenation at the Yura Thermal Baths, renown for the therapeutic properties of the steamy water. Return to the Hotel for a taste of exquisite Peruvian and international dishes at Les Robles Restaurant, or try classic Pisco Sour at Los Montoneros Bar. Lounge by the pool, soak in the Jacuzzi or relax in your elegant room. The Libertador offers an authentic Peruvian experience in complete luxury.
Location of Libertador Arequipa
Amenities for Libertador Arequipa
- General Information
- 88 Guest Rooms
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Laundry Service
- Gift Shop
- Fitness Center
- Currency Exchange Service
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Meeting Rooms
- Historic Sites
- Culture & Arts
- Honeymoons & Romance
Reviews for Libertador Arequipa
Wonderful check in, nice room with great pool area & grounds. Good quiet locationllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll32333 Dinner in Los Robles restaurant was excellent with attentive service by Julio Cesar. Keep up the great work.
Cam L - Canada
The Libertador Arequipa is a lovely hotel with beautiful grounds and an excellent restaurant. The pool is beautifully situated on lush grounds. Rooms are spacious, clean and quiet. Not in the heart of the city, it was, nevertheless, a nice walk into the city Plaza de Armas.
Melissa S - Knoxville, Tennessee
In my opinion, the view is amazing! From our terrace you can see the volcanoes. I look forward to tell everyone about such great experience. I will recommend this vacation package as the best. Thank you for making my dream a reality.
Excellent hotel for a stay in Arequipa. About a 10 minute walk to the heart of the city but secluded from the noise and traffic. Also has a courtesy shuttle from the airport to the hotel. Staff were always helpful. Room was big and bed was very comfortable with beautiful views of the garden. Also has a full complementary breakfast in the restaurant. The only issue was that our sink wouldn't drain on a couple of occasions but the staff was quick to rectify. Would absolutely stay here again.
jayrano - Washington DC, District of Columbia
This is another one of these hotels where you never eat in because they are expensive, particularly for drinks, or just don't have an atmosphere that encourages you to stay in. In fact it's quite a dingy kind of place. Swimming pool was closed for some refurbishment. The room was spacious enough but again a bit dingy and the air-conditioning didn't seem to work. That appears to have been quite common in Peru where there is either none or it only provides heating. Now, I don't need room heating when the bedroom temperature is already 26 degrees. Arequipa itself is a vibrantly busy town / city with an impressive main square and gardens and no shortage of restaurants and bars. You can get a taxi into the centre for about Ā£4 or walk it in 10 minutes. It was here I began to suspect that Peru has a good real ale / craft beer scene going on and initiated myself to the ubiquitous coca leaves by have a couple of glasses of coca beer. a word of warning here - coca is diuretic and the effect of beer aside this stuff will flush your kidneys in no uncertain terms.
Jeff E - Cupar, United Kingdom