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La Hostería

Arequipa is the second largest city in Peru, known for its colonial architecture and considered as the White City, its ancient buildings of great architectural value will not leave you indifferent. Our hotel is located in the most beautiful area of the city: the Historic Center. Get lost in its streets and discover every corner.

Historic Center

- Santa Catalina Monastery. Located in front of our hotel, this building was founded in the sixteenth century as a cloistered convent until 1970.

- The Cathedral of Arequipa is considered one of the first religious monuments of the seventeenth century in the city. It was built in ashlar (stone of volcanic origin) with brick vaults. It is the main sanctuary of the city that occupies the entire north side of the Plaza de Armas.

- District of San Lázaro. It is one of the oldest and best preserved neighborhoods of the city (early 16th century). Its streets, mansions and temples make this neighborhood a very special place with great architectural richness. It was declared a World Heritage Site.


House of Morai
It is a house built in the 18th century, which is one of the oldest and most important architectural monuments of the Baroque in the city of Arequipa. The name of this house owes its name to an old blackberry tree that grows in its main courtyard. It has furniture from the colonial and republican times. The cover in ashlar is a work of art in which carved figures are appreciated.

House of Tristan del Pozo
Built in the 18th century, it is one of the most beautiful mansions in the city. The pediment of the facade of this house is the best example of the typical ornamentation of Arequipa.


- The Cotahuasi Canyon is an impressive cut on the land that the river has eroded between two huge mountain ranges: the Coropuna of 6,425 meters above sea level and the Solimana of 6,093 meters above sea level. It extends from the foothills of the snowy Solimana to the confluence with the Ocoña River.

- Colca Valley; impressive valley located at the northeast end of Arequipa in the Province of Caylloma. Colca comes from the words Collaguas and Cabanas, two ethnic groups that lived along the Colca River. Also by the way is the second deepest canyon in the world with 4,150 meters, after the Cotahuasi canyon.