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Hostal Miramar 3 stars


Set right in front of the sea, Hostal Miramar offers comfortable rooms with a sea view in San Andrés. Free WiFi is available throughout the property and free parking is available on site with a prior reservation. Working remote was good! Good Internet connection and coverage across the hotel. Staff was really friendly and good breakfast!

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Very good
16 reviews

Hostal La Casona 3 stars


La Casona offers private hostal accommodation in the centre of Pisco. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi, complimentary parking and use of the bar and café.

All rooms have cable TV and private bathroom with hot water. helpful staff, and the location was superb!

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7 reviews

La Posada de los Inkas


Boasting a terrace, La Posada de los Inkas is situated in Pisco in the Ica region, 500 metres from Compania de Jesus Church and 600 metres from City Hall. Among the facilities at this property are a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The hostel has an indoor pool and a tour desk. Nice hostel, nice people, nice town.

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150 reviews



Boasting a garden, terrace and free WiFi, ANTARES Pisco is set in Pisco, 1.3 km from San Martin Park and 1.6 km from Compania de Jesus Church. The property is located 3.4 km from Acorema Museum. The hostel has family rooms.

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6 reviews

Hostal El Candelabro 3 stars


Featuring a restaurant, Hostal El Candelabro offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and plasma TVs in Pisco. The city's main square is 100 metres away.

Rooms at Hostal El Candelabro are fitted with fans and wooden furnishing. All of them have private bathrooms.

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Very good
1 reviews

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