LA CASA DE LA ABUELA. Now we have grown and improved all our services but still at the same great price for all you travellers of the world. Located only 15 minutes from downtown Huancayo, we are in a quiet spot near inviting trails for walking up the hills and mountains and also close to a sport centre just 2 mins walk.
We have, as always; WiFi, free transfer from bus or train station, hot water, cable TV, table tennis, a great atmosphere and coming soon.. A SAUNA!! Maps and tourist information available and travel advice for the rest of Peru personally by Lucho Hurtado.
A great home away from home so come and visit us!
Best Value Bed and Breakfast, with free transport from bus or train station upon your arrival in Huancayo. Highly and repeatedly recommended by all the best Guide Books: Lonely Planet, Footprint, S.A. Handbook, Peru Reise Know
How, and Let’s Go. Your Home away from Home . . .
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* INCAS del PERU, our Travel Information Centre
* Restaurants La Cabaña
Clean, safe and friendly, La Casa de La Abuela houses a games room and bar area, library, cable television with dvd, dining and breakfast areas
Other services include $2.00 meals, self-serve bar, hot water in either private or shared bathrooms, laundry service, and a secure storage area for backpacks and travel documents.La Casa de La Abuela also provides information, maps and pictures on local walks and points of interest.
Lodging is available in dormitories, doubles (with or without private bath) or matrimonial (with or without private bath) from $6 US/night and includes a yummy breakfast of warm bread, real butter and jam,fresh fruit salad, homestyle ground coffee or tea and fresh fruit juice.
- Dormitory 20 Soles/night
- Single with bath 50 Soles/night
- Double with bath 60 Soles/night
- Matrimonial with bath 60 Soles/night
Come and join many a traveler in this warm and friendly FAMILY HOME...
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Discounts are available!
- 5% for members of South American Explorers Club
By DARREN ALFF on March 29, 2011
"After another long overnight bus, I arrived in the city of Huancayo and the first thing on the to-do list was to find a place to sleep. I tried a couple hostels in the downtown area, but found them to be a bit too pricey for my needs, so I wandered around town before running into the famous Lucho Hurtado.
Lucho is somewhat of a Huancayo entrepreneur. He runs a restaurant, hostel and tour agency in the city… and it was out of pure luck (or pure genius on his part) that I ran into him. He spotted me (an obvious Gringo) and asked if I was looking for a place to stay. I told him I was… and then he told me about the current situation with his hostel.
As it turns out, Lucho’s hostel had been closed due to the fact that the owner of the building had raised the rent and refused to sell Lucho the building for a reasonable price. So rather than pay the inflated rental fees or buy the building for more than it was worth, Lucho had agreed to rent a new building way across town… and move his hostel there. It just so happens that I had arrived in town on the very first day that his once famous backpackers hostel was no longer in business."
For more information please contact us:
Pasaje San José 162 - Chorrillos - Huancayo - Peru
Telephone: +51-64-22 33 03
+51-64-23 43 83