Katari is a term commonly associated in Peru with the respect of the indigenous Andean cultures. Hotel Katari at Plaza de Armas, is an invitation to experience the essence of Arequipa, regarding both its colonial influence and its interesting pre-colonial history while providing an incomparaivble view of its most impressive geography, all the elements for which UNESCO protects the city center as a World Heritage Site.
Either starting your touring day with the buffet breakfast, ending the evening with wine and Andean tapas, or just snacking during the day, at the bar restaurant Ascai 360 you will enjoy fine Andean cuisine while appreciating the best view in the city.
These rooms mix traditional Arequipan colonial furniture with other interior design elements that evoke Arequipa’s Pre-Colombian past.
These rooms contain interior design elements which we get from other Puquina-speaking ethnic groups that settled on the eastern side of the Chili river, such as the Socabayas, Yarabayas, and Chiribayas.
Colonial suites give you an unmatched view of the main Plaza, the cathedral, and volcanoes and they are furnished with colonial style antiques. Their colonial furniture, textiles, and images are inspired by two very different and outstanding women linked to the colonial period in Arequipa.
These suites give you an unmatched view of the main Plaza, the cathedral, and the volcanoes and feature carefully chosen antiques acquired directly from traditional Arequipan houses for your sleeping and sitting area accommodations.
Try to pick up at least a few basic greetings, directional questions, and common curiosities in the native language(s) before you leave for your trip.