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... hot tea the day before. Very good option for adventurous people not plannig to spend to much time in the "landlocked" room.
... their hotel as a home for travellers. They let us use our room until our bus left at 11pm with no extra fee (since no one...
We got a room for 3 people in Casa de Ana, it was simple but we loved it. It was the bests hosts we have ever had,amazing. Ana...

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Leo G wrote a review Jun 2018
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We arrived at 5.30 p.m. with a nightbus, rang the bell at Casa Ana's simple acommodation and no two minutes later, we were let inside. Ana is very nice, we could catch up some sleep, but she only charged us the following night. She organised the trip to laguna 69 the next day, and thus it was so early, she prepared a small breakfast with hot tea the day before.
Very good option for adventurous people not plannig to spend to much time in the "landlocked" room.
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Caroline A wrote a review Dec 2017
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This place is amazing because of the hosts!!! Ana and her husband are just so nice. They really see their hotel as a home for travellers. They let us use our room until our bus left at 11pm with no extra fee (since no one needed the room), they really took the time to explain to us what we could do without trying to sell us anything. The kitchen is well equipped and they have a super nice commun room. Down side is that not all rooms have windows but at this point it doesn't matter (ask if you want a room with a window).
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Date of stay: December 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Fernanda Y wrote a review Oct 2017
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We got a room for 3 people in Casa de Ana, it was simple but we loved it. It was the bests hosts we have ever had,amazing. Ana and her husband took good care of us, giving tips, making our food right when we wake up, picking us food (arroz chaufa is great!!!). I wish all hosts were like this, we felt like home. Amazing!!!!! definetely recomend them :)
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Michiko S wrote a review Jun 2017
Hawaii14 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed for two nights at Case de Ana and everything was perfect.

Case de Ana & location: Their place is very homey. Everything we needed was there. The common areas including the lounge were very clean and a staff was always there to help us. The location was very good, too. The neighborhood is very quiet. It is about 15 minutes away from the main plaza, and a nice walking distance with beautiful views of mountains. I was glad that their place was not on the main road, which would be very noisy.

Room: We stayed at a double room with a private bathroom. The room was very cute and a perfect size. And good hot water! It was very conformable to stay there and we liked our room very much.

Hosts (Ana and Romer): They are the best hosts I've ever met. They were extremely helpful and friendly. We got to their place before 7am. Although we didn't let them know our early arrival, Ana was very welcoming and helped us plan what to do during our stay. Thanks to her suggestions and help, we were able to decide what to do for 3 days immediately, and she even helped us book a tour that we joined on the first day. We booked two tours through her, and both of them were very good. The tours were very functional and punctured (the price was very reasonable, too), so I'd recommend to book a tour through her, if needed. We also got a lunch box from Ana, and it was just perfect. It included two sandwiches, one fruit, one snack and one bottle of water and cost only 7.5 soles! On the last day (check-out day), we left their place for Laguna 69 around 5:45am. Although it was very early morning, they prepared for breakfast and a lunch box for us. They also let us keep our luggage in our room, though we were supposed to check out. We came back to Case de Ana around 5pm and had a few hours before our night bus to Lima. They kindly let us use a shower, which was very helpful, and also stay at our room until we left for a bus terminal. We were very exhausted from a long day hiking, so we were very grateful for their kindness.

We'd definitely stay with them again when we go back to Huaraz. If you go to Huaraz, this is the place to stay!! I highly recommend Case de Ana.
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Teresa A wrote a review Mar 2017
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During a 6-week mountaineering trip in Peru, my husband and I stayed at Casa de Ana on 4 separate occasions, for a total of 17 nights. Casa de Ana was a great base for doing expeditions in the Cordillera Blanca. We looked at a bunch of other accomodations in Huaraz and concluded that Casa de Ana offered the best value for comfortable and clean budget rooms; everything else in town seemed to offer less for higher prices, perhaps because Casa de Ana is a bit of a further walk (but still only 20 min) from the center of town.

Below I've given some more specific ratings for various features of Casa de Ana.

Best features:
* Ana and her husband (5 stars)! My 5-star overall rating is based largely on how kind and accommodating Ana and her husband were. They are both such lovely, gentle people. When we were heading back from each of our mountaineering trips, I would text Ana to reserve a room for the night, and she would try to reserve our favorite room. Another time, she helped us out tremendously by communicating with our porter to make sure we got picked up from the mountains when he did not respond to our satellite text messages. Ana also very helpfully allowed us to store 1-2 bags with her while we were in the mountains. Ana and her husband are very trustworthy and we felt that our things were very safe with them. Each time we returned from one of our trips in the mountains, they welcomed us back like we were family. On our last stay, they even offered to let us shower and use one of their rooms to pack free of charge, if we wanted to catch the afternoon bus. They were also very patient and encouraging of my Spanish, which was quite rusty.

* The rooftop terrace (5 stars). We spent many hours on the terrace, relaxing, writing emails and planning our expeditions. Wifi works even on the roof, which was a major plus for us. I even managed to do an overseas Skype phonecall from the roof. There are 2 tables with chairs, and plenty of space to also wash and hang laundry or dry camping gear between outdoor excursions.

* Security (5 stars). We had a lot of expensive climbing gear and electronics with us, and Casa de Ana felt as safe and secure as you could possibly hope for in Huaraz (short of staying in a 5-star hotel with full-time security guard). It is quite small, so there weren't that many hotel guests going in and out all the time. There are locked cupboards in the front where you can lock up your valuables if you have a luggage lock, and some of the rooms have drawers/cupboards that lock as well. Luggage locks can be purchased cheaply in many shops in Huaraz.

* Noise (5 stars). In the morning there is some noise from the school, but this did not bother us. We were never kept up by noise within the hotel - this is definitely not a party hostel, which was perfect for us.

Location (4 stars):
20 min walk to town. Several cheap local restaurants are just 1-2 blocks away, including a decent Peruvian-owned Italian restaurant. Takes about 20 min to walk to Plaza de Armas. Casa de Ana is on a quiet street in a residential neighborhood, but close to the main street.

Internet (4 stars):
Wifi is free and better than most hostels in Peru. In most other places we stayed in Peru, wifi was very slow and unreliable, and I'd say it was better than average at Casa de Ana but generally not fast enough to stream videos.

The rooms (3 stars but good value for Huaraz):
During our time there, we stayed in 4 different rooms because we kept extending our stay at the last minute and the same room was not always available. Room tip: Our favorite room was Room #1 (double room with shared bathroom), which is closest to the entrance and has a window that looks out onto the street. This was the brightest, most spacious, and warmest room. The rooms are all quite basic but clean, with comfortable beds. From July-Aug, we found all the rooms quite cold and would often sleep wearing our fleeces and hats! Room #1 receives the most sun during the day and is the warmest. At some point during our stay we both came down with colds, and Room #1 was by far the most pleasant to hang out in and recover during the day. Most of the other rooms do not have windows, or only have a small window looking onto a wall. This would be fine for someone just looking for basic, budget accommodation and not planning to spend much time in the room.

Bathrooms (4 stars):
Basic but very clean! We saw them cleaning the bathrooms every day, something that we heard is not necessarily the case in other budget hostels. The hot water worked well (for a 4-5 min shower) in most of the bathrooms. Occasionally, the hot water would mysteriously not work at all in one of the bathrooms, but normally it would work in one of the other shared bathrooms. Unfortunately, for this price we found that you can't really expect much more in Peru!

Breakfast (3 stars):
Free breakfast included in the room rate, which was a convenient plus. Breakfast normally consisted of tea, a few pieces of bread, a small portion of butter and jam, an egg or half an avocado, and fresh papaya juice. The portion was enough for me but not for my husband. There is space in the fridge if you want to buy and store extra food.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Room #1 (double room with shared bathroom) is the brightest, most spacious, and warmest room.
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