It’s a unique hotel built with ashlar and has colonial rooms. It’s 225 years old and it used to be the Peruvian National Mint for 6 years between 1937 to 1943. The gold leaf murals, and paintings from the Republican era have been integrated in the hotel.
In 2019, it was recognized as a cultural heritage by UNESCO, obtaining the blue shield, a symbol that allows its visitors to know its history through a QR code.
Alma Restaurant presents a delicious combination of the roots and ingredients of traditional Arequipa cuisine with contemporary haute cuisine in exquisite lunches, dinners and a varied breakfast buffet.
It has 40 highly comfortable rooms and 100% non-smoking rooms. From here you can go to see the Colca Canyon, which is a few hours from the city of Arequipa.
Includes free extras such as: breakfast buffet, room service, WiFi connection, etc.