Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby K
Good location. Great security for the building.Posted Nov 18, 2013
Able to accommodate four people in a large spacious room. Bathroom not the cleanest but served it purpose.
Recommendedby Giuseppe M from Hamden CT
family friendlyPosted Mar 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
We booked the quadruple room for our family. It is huge, easily 800 sqft plus bathroom, and the ceilings are 15 ft high. It is, however, on the ground floor, and has no windows, just the front door that opens on the patio, so ventilation is an issue. The nice things is that you can spare yourselves stairs and have breakfast outdoors in the patio just steps from your bed. At least in low season, when there are few guests, it is quite pleasant. The room needed some dusting, probably no one had used it in some time, but bedding and bathrooms were spotless. Hot water is plentiful. Wifi works great. The manager is a very kind and attentive gentleman. The hotel is just outside of the old city center, but everything is fairly close. It is quiet at night; traffic noise starts around 7 am, but it is tolerable.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 6, 2012 on Hotels.com
Although the owner didn't speak much English, he was very helpful when needed, and made every effort to see that our early departure went smoothly.
for Business Travelersby Tzvetalin Vassilev
Posted Apr 26, 2012 on Hotels.com
It is a very good, clean hotel.The staff is very friendly and very helpful. However, the more Spanish you know, the better they will understand you. The English that they use/understand is very, very minimal. The Internet is of very reasonable speed/quality for Peru. The hotel is located very close to the historic centre of Arequipa (Plaza de Armas, Monasterio Santa Catalina). There are numerous shops, restaurants, and travel agencies within 5 min. walk. The Post Office, several banks, pharmacies, medical/dental clinics, etc. are close by. I had an enjoyable stay in Arequipa (1 week) and the hotel was part of my satisfaction. Highly recommended, brush up on your Spanish!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Portugal
Hotel Mamatila in Arequipa, great value and staffPosted Oct 19, 2011 on Hotels.com
I booked this hotel for 2 days and had a tour to Colca for 3 days, left all my excess luggage in the hotel and couldn't be any safer. The staff is professional and attentive and does everything to make you stay comfortable. It doesn't mater if you are traveling alone, with friends or our family, this hotel is a great choice, at a very affordable price. The hotel was free wireless with an excellent speed if this maters to you, it doesn't have a restaurant but they will prepare food for you or order from the local restaurants and bring it to you. The only downside is if you are looking for a 5 star hotel with a spa, restaurants and bar, this is probably not a hotel for you. On the contrary to Lima, Arequipa is a very clean city and the hotel follows that philosophy, I strongly recommend this hotel for everyone that wants value for their money, great location and safety.
for Otherby A verified traveler from TAIWAN
cute and cozyPosted Apr 4, 2011
the hotel itself is very cute and cozy, the cleanness does meet my satisfaction. the owner of the hotel is extremely pleasant.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Puerto Rico
I am willing to recommend itPosted Jan 23, 2011
Mamatila was a very nice experience. Very well located in town. It is small hotel with very good service. Personnel was attentive and cordial and willing to help. I am very satisfied and will recommend to anynone going to Arequipa.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
excellent location and great servicePosted Oct 3, 2010
The reception is in a great old house but most rooms are fairly new and relatively simple. The hotel is quiet and very near the main sights. The staff helped us make the most of our visit both by suggesting great walking itineraries and offering us delicious refreshments when we got "home" tired.