Hotelier Arte y Cocina

Hotelier Arte y Cocina

Km 1217.4 Antigua Panamericana Norte Antigua, Mancora Peru
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4.5
#1 of 1 boutique hotel in Mancora
4.5 of 5 bubbles
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4.3 of 5 bubbles
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4.3 of 5 bubbles
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4.2 of 5 bubbles
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A boutique hotel with a difference, Hotellier sits like a landmark on the gorgeous las Politas beach, just two minutes form Mancora. The location was hand selected by Javier, an artist who has lived on this stretch of beach for over 30 years, and features a backdrop of sandstone cliffs and an excellent ocean view of the calm beach protected from the wind. Javier and his team are passionate about ensuring the comfort and enjoyment of their customers, who rave about the friendly, attentive service at Hotelier and the attention to detail in every element of the artistic hotel. All eight suites feature ocean view balconies, split air-conditioners, King-Size beds, pima linens, feather pillows, blackout curtains, hot and cold water, cable TV/DVD and art by Javier himself. The hotel also houses Donde Teresa – a gourmet destination, praised in food magazines – named for Teresa Ocampo. Teresa, frequently called the Julia Child of Peru, is a culinary pioneer who has sold over 300,000 cookbooks and whose legacy is carried on at Donde Teresa. Inspired by tradition, but always contemporary, the meals at Donde Teresa are always a highlight of guests at Hotelier. As a diver, Javier brings the best of the ocean to the table and you can be sure to enjoy the freshest seafood at Donde Teresa. Mancora, and Las Pocitas in particular, is blessed with year round sunny weather, from 70-90F, low humidity and a great sea breeze. Las pocitas is a relaxing beach, great for walks, swimming, snorkeling, horseriding or just lazing around and listening to the waves.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Free breakfast
Beach
Diving
Babysitting
Airport transportation
Car park
Wifi
Pool / beach towels
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Kids' meals
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Horseback riding
Snorkelling
Fishing
Massage
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Room features
Air conditioning
Private beach
Private balcony
Safe
Bottled water
Flatscreen TV
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
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Family rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
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3.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish

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Km 1217.4 Antigua Panamericana Norte Antigua, Mancora Peru
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L M wrote a review Jul 2012
New Jersey
5.0 of 5 bubbles
When my family and I decided to go to Mancora we wanted to stay close to town but not be a part of its noisy nightlife. This hotel suited our needs perfectly. We actually traveled in March of 2011, but tripadvisor doesn't give you any options for that far back in the drop down menu.

LOCATION: Mancora is located about 2.5 hours by cab from Piura, and in our case resulted more convenient and faster to rent a cab to take us there and back than to wait for public transportation, that runs on specific times on certain days. The hotel is about a twenty minute walk from downtown, and on the way you can overlook the sea, some of the fishing boats and the neighboring hotels, all of which have a big wall facing the dirt road.

STAFF: Javier, the owner, the bar/restaurant people and the two maintenance guys (can't remember their names) were extremely helpful, especially when giving directions and tips to avoid certain areas and when to return (safely) to the hotel.
As far as I know, only Javier speaks fluent English, but they all will win your heart with their friendliness and demeanor. They simply cannot do enough to accomodate your needs.

FOOD: Donde Teresa is the small restaurant where all food is served. It would be ludicrous to ask for room service, as all eight (?) rooms are literally one floor up from the eating area and the pool, which is where you will probably spend most of your time if you choose to stay in the premises. Fish could not be any fresher, and Javier will personally give you options on how you'd want yours prepared for the day. Do try his delicious causa and of course cebiche.

BEACH: not much of a beach in the area directly in front of the hotel. When we stayed there El Nino did not help warm up the water, so for the first time ever I experienced cold water in this part of the Pacific and preferred to lounge in the pool instead. It is also a little rocky and murky, but if you walk about half a mile up the other direction you will find better conditions to frolic in the water. Otherwise, you are better off going to Vichayto if pure water pleasure is what you are looking for.

For a small, not too expensive hotel, we were very much satisfied and would go back. I know the owner mentioned his desire to maybe sell it and spend more time with his family in Lima, but hoping it remains under current management.
One last tip: buy snacks and provisions when you go to town. Homemade bread is particularly tasty and cheap. The hotel does not have vending machines and the bar closes early, after dinner is finished, so if you need refreshments or any midnight food, be prepared. You can always have one of the concierges hail you a cab (it is safer that way, thieves can spot a tourist miles away) that will take you to town in a couple of minutes.
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Date of stay: August 2011
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: All rooms have ocean view, so it all depends on how many people you want to cram in your room. My...
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Dana D wrote a review Mar 2017
London, United Kingdom
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at this hotel for 8 nights. It is located in a very quiet area, 5 minutes away by motor taxi from Mancora and about 20 minutes by foot. The hotel has an ocean view but you can't really swim in the sea there because of the many rocks. There is a small swimming pool at the hotel. Our room was spacious. The air conditioning wasn't working during our stay. We mentioned it to Hugo but they didn't repair it. The room was cleaned on a daily basis you just have to remind them to change your towels regularly. They serve a very small continental breakfast every morning. The hotel restaurant is very nice, you can get a meal for around 40 soles. Most of the staff members are friendly.
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Date of stay: March 2017
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Queen J wrote a review Jan 2014
California
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Pros:
Gorgeous balcony views of a private beach
Private beach amenities - longe chairs, restaurant services
Nice restaurant with good food and full bar
Pleasant owners, Paola and Javier, who both speak English
Comfortable beds and hammock
Warm water (hot water is not a necessity in this warm climate)
Gated entry with 24 hr security
Personal privacy and security of belongings
I stayed here twice in June:

1. In the suite with my friend:
- it was pricey, but I don't regret it since we split the cost and the ambience made a great impression for my first visit
- reliable Wi-Fi in an area that has none or very weak signal. (There were a few hours here or there when I could not connect, by this is by far better than almost all other areas in Mancora)
- the room had a mini fridge, and giant jacuzzi tub (we never used it so I don't know if there was enough hot water to fill it)
- the bathroom was tastefully decorated and had a long, marble vanity countertop
- flat screen tv
- beautiful!
- 5 minute Moto-taxi ride to town - far enough removed to offer peace and tranquility (the clubs blast competing reggaetone songs until 3am)
- free typical breakfast included: papaya juice, rolls and jam, coffee, tea, and a small sample of something from the menu, like a tomal or crepe...
- tastefully tiled and decorated eating area and impressive bar
- small pool and spigot for sand rinse-off

2. Upon my return, I stayed in a more economic room for 1/3 the price. As such, the accommodations were not the same, but I felt were a good value for the money:
- same free breakfast and Wi-Fi included
- this room contained a bunk bed and a full bed, still comfortable
- same balcony with hammock, but on the ground floor
- small shower, no vanity, no fridge

For the price, I felt that the ambience of the atmosphere was worth every penny.

The value of seeing the sunrise from the balcony hammock while the only sound in the background was the soothing lull of ocean waves, made this choice far better than any hostel in town at the same price.
I wanted to stay here again in January, but it was booked.
* High season in Peru is December-January during the holidays. I tried to book the first week of November for the last week of December, and it was already full.
*Tourist season is June-August and while prices are higher, none of the lodging is booked, as the internet indicates. You can find a better deal by booking once you're there.
Lima can be difficult, though, and I'd recommend booking a place before you arrive.
My tip: rent an apartment. I've done that 3 times in Lima and have not been disappointed.
Hope this review is helpful. Happy travels!
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Date of stay: June 2013Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Canadian T wrote a review Aug 2011
Ojo Caliente, New Mexico
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Pros:
- Free breakfast
- quaint decor and art
- secure (gates, and night guard)
- good beachfront access
- pool

Cons:
- Overpriced for what we got. Breakfast of buns, jam, coffee and juice took 45 minutes to get to our table, 2 days in a row, and left us...starving. Looked like people around us might have gotten eggs, but we were never offered any. Kids grew really irritable having to wait for the buns to show up, while staff stood around at the bar 5 feet away. S-L-O-W and unresponsive service, even when we asked for something. Several times.
- We had family staying next door at the beautiful Grandmare. We intended to stay out our time at Hotelier as we booked it first, but the service sucked so badly that we decided to move next door. They charged us the full cost of our reservation, mumbling something about low season (ha!) and refused to even give us a break on the overpriced night. Unapologetic about it. No customer service. We left anyway as we got a general bad vibe from the staff.
- No fridge, no phone
- we were on the second floor with a young child. The patio railing was just a bamboo 'X' with two deliciously child-sized holes for them to crawl through/fall out of.
- totally nothing to do at the hotel itself but the small pool and a broken air soccer table.

Not recommended for kids, the hungry, or if you change your plans in life.
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Date of stay: August 2011
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from javier1976, Owner at Hotelier Arte y Cocina
Responded 21 Aug 2011
I´m the owner, Javier, and this review is really malicius, this client tried to get 3 more persons in a reserved room for four persons only, as it was high season we tried to help him, because there are no rooms avaliable and the payment is in advance. But as he didn't wanted to pay any extras, he began to bother my employees and finally left for good. If you read the former reviews, they explain with detail the good relations with all our guests. We have no bamboo 'X' and any air soccer table. Some reviews can be a vengeance of unhonest visitors. .
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PlanesTrainsEtc wrote a review Mar 2010
Toronto, Canada
2.0 of 5 bubbles
A bit of good but mostly disappointing.

The people and food were great and the location is close enough to town to sample the nightlife without feeling part of the hustle bustle of a small town with a major highway running through the middle of it.

After reading the reviews here, we were disappointed with the room (which was very spartan) and the pool (with the water not being quite as clear as we are accustomed).

Javier and everyone else here (esp. Cesar) were very nice and helpful but although we had booked for 6 nights, we only stayed for two and moved a bit further down the beach.

A note about the beach - a lot of the sand has washed away all along the beach and there are rock issues almost everywhere except in town and well down the beach from the town in Vichayito. The road into town from the Las Pocitas and VIchayito beach hotels is third-world awful, and if you have back problems, stay close to town.
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Date of stay: March 2010
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from LimaNicodemo, owner at Hotelier Arte y Cocina
Responded 10 Apr 2010
Dear guest: Thank you for your kind comments on the food and service at Hotelier. As to the rooms I would definitely point out that king-size beds with pima linens and feather pillows are uncommon in Las Pocitas. Most guests that cut their stay short in other local hotels, come to us due to the split air conditioning and black-out curtains that permit them to rest properly. Staying in town is certainly close to all the night-life action, but don't plan to sleep. I also dislike the mototaxis, so the farther away from town, the worse-off you are. As to the beach, unfortunately all the Pacific coast, from California to Paracas, has been hit with the worst swells in a generation, and we have lost tons of sand. In any case, the best swimming in Las Pocitas is near the fishing pier 300 yards away from Hotelier.
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Natalia127 wrote a review Jun 2018
Washington DC, District of Columbia
1.0 of 5 bubbles
During our stay, I ate the raw tuna at the restaurant for lunch. A few hours later, I was feeling nauseous and then started throwing up profusely, which lasted for hours. The day I got sick I only ate at Hotelier, so I know I got sick from their food. I had never had food poisoning before in my life and it completely ruined the end of my trip. The problem I have with Hotelier is not that their food gave me food poisoning, it's how the owner's wife, Paola, handled the whole situation.

The night I was sick, Paola came by our room, as if to see how I was doing, but in reality to try to evade any responsibility. She kept saying that I must have been feeling bad from eating black scallops, which can be heavy on the digestive system, even though I told her I only ate one. Even if I had eaten more than one scallop, it was clear that I was not having a difficult digestion; I had food poisoning and my body was trying to empty itself completely. Even though I was obviously feeling very bad and couldn't talk much, she kept talking about how it had to have been the black scallop, which I think was highly insensitive and selfish.

The next day, after I was feeling better, I left the room and ran into two other guests, who I noticed were drinking the same electrolyte fluid as me. I asked them if they had gotten food poisoning and they said yes. They said that they had gone to Paola the day before to tell her that they had gotten sick from eating at the restaurant and Paola denied it completely. At this point I realized that when Paola came to our room to see how I was doing, she already knew that the other two guests had also gotten food poisoning and still tried to make me think that I was having a difficult digestion from a scallop. She was obviously trying to diffuse the incident.

Soon after, right before we left to go back to the airport, I went to Paola to tell her that I thought they should stop serving the raw tuna, at least for a while, because it was the only food that I had in common with the other two guests that got sick. I didn't want any kind of compensation, I just wanted to prevent anyone from getting sick like I did. Paola said there was no way that any of us got food poisoning from the hotel food. She even went as far as to say that when guests get sick they always say that they only ate at the hotel and it's not true. I find that incredible. It shows that she's had problems with food poisoning in the past and has ignored customers' claims, which is very concerning. I understood at that point Paola's level of callousness. She really doesn't care if her customers, who keep her business alive, get sick from her food. She will deny all responsibility and make no changes in the restaurant.

For that, I think Hotelier does not deserve anyone's business.
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Date of stay: February 2018
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Jools35 wrote a review Sept 2015
Melbourne, Australia
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed at this hotel for 4 weeks as my daughter's family live in Mancora. Overall this is a good hotel beach at doorstep, swimming pool, good restaurant, only 5 to 10 minute moto into town. The staff are very helpful Cesar, Carla etc.
The Negatives to this place are the Parrots and menagre of bird life in the avery located about 5 metres from my room that begin there squawking at around 6.15am and pretty much continue all day long. If you are a light sleeper i would suggest bringing ear plugs or ask for a room furtherest away from the avery if you enjoy sleeping in. The decor is very dated and could really do with a refresh. I had a room on ground floor and had a severe ant and bug problem as you have to leave the door open for fresh air. There are 2 cats at property which will happily walk into your room so if you have a severe allergy like i do be careful. Lastly the rooms can be quite noisy at nights especially if you have neighbours who sit on balcony at 1am and talk quitely like drunk people do or if the management sit in the Ikea chairs in garden just near the rooms and drink and talk loudly till all hours which was a very regular occurance. I found this quite disrespectful to the people who are paying them to stay at sleep at there property.
Overall for the price this hotel is good value but would i stay here again definitely not i would rather pay a little more and stay at one of the properties close by.
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Date of stay: September 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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KennelEightyFive wrote a review Apr 2014
London, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
I don't think I saw another guest whilst I stayed here. I did stay in low season so that may explain it but if that would bother you I would ask before booking.

The owners brother was on hand to welcome me and negotiate on the package. The rooms were very good. This hotel sells itself on food and I was not disappointing. The food was well above average for the price point.

The hotel cat is very friendly so don't be afraid to let it into your room.

The location is good for Mancora. It's close enough to the night life (10 minutes via motor taxi) but not close enough to interrupt a good nights sleep.

Mancora is quite expensive and you don't get a lot in return in comparison to other places I've visited so this is why I have given it 2 stars for value.
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Date of stay: May 2013
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
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feather360 wrote a review Jan 2014
Virginia
2.0 of 5 bubbles
After researching prices at a bunch of hotels in Mancora and Pocitas, we selected Hotelier in part because it offered the best price for their "room and food" package, including lunch and dinner along with the double-occupancy room (confirmed in writing via email). We paid 50% in advance, with the remaining due in cash upon arrival. When we arrived, they told us we were wrong and the price only included one meal per day per person (e.g. either 2 lunches, or 1 lunch and 1 dinner). I didn't have the confirmation e-mail with me, so I actually thought maybe I had been confused when we made the reservation, and I agreed to pay the 50% we owed... with the understanding I'd bring the confirmation e-mail the next day when we could go into Mancora to an internet cafe, to confirm what was included in the price. (The internet at the hotel was impossibly slow that day, although not as slow other days.) The next day in Mancora I printed my confirmation e-mail from the hotel, stating that the price included the room for two, plus breakfast and dinner, as I'd understood. However, even when they saw the e-mail, the manager refused to honor it and said I had misinterpreted the email, even though it was very clear. (The e-mail was in Spanish, but I am fluent and my boyfriend is a native speaker and Peruvian.) At the start of a long-awaited beach vacation, we simply didn't have the energy to have a fight, and after a lengthy conversation to try to resolve the issue amicably, decided to drop it since we'd already paid. At a small hotel where everyone would be waiting on us for the next week (at the restaurant, etc.) we didn't want to have a major conflict on our hands. We put it aside and enjoyed the vacation. However, we were surprised and disappointed at the complete lack of willingness to honor what they had put in writing, without any apology or compensation. The "room & food" deal was not a deal at all, since with only one meal per day, the price was similar to what you'd pay ordering off the menu. In addition, we had problems with getting the rooms cleaned. For a 9 day stay, they told us they'd change the sheets and towels every three days. However, I got tired of asking with no results, so despite repeated reminders they only changed the linens once (which get quite dirty due to sand, despite our best efforts to keep them clean.) Aside from these issues, the hotel was lovely and the location ideal right on the beach in quiet Pocitas a 10-minute taxi ride from Mancora. The food was also quite good, although not as great as reported, perhaps because the main chef wasn't there in the off-season. The service in the restaurant was good and very friendly - the low service rating is a reflection of the other issues described above (price and cleanliness). I've been a Peace Corps volunteer and backpacker used to staying in all sorts of places, so I'm not high maintenance - but I expect a place to live up to what it advertises and offer good value for the price, which was not the case - the price is well above the backpacker hostel range, so the service should be as well.
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Date of stay: November 2013
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from javier1976, Propietario at Hotelier Arte y Cocina
Responded 06 Jul 2014
Estimada huésped, Lamentamos que por un error idiómatico, o de tipeo, Usted haya recibido una mala impresión de la honestidad de los servicios de nuestro establecimiento. Para aclarar este malentendido procedemos a detallar las condiciones de su reserva original: Efectivamente, su estancia fue 9 días/ 8 noches en una habitación Matrimonial, con servicio "Room & Food" durante 4 días incluidos, todo ello por un total de S/. 2,000.00. El precio por noche cotizado fue S/. 200.00 con un descuento por larga estancia, al que se le adicionó media comida para dos personas durante los días mencionados, el cual según nuestra página web es S/. 65.00 por persona*. *Cabe destacar que cada comida incluye la entrada o postre + plato de fondo + bebida no alcohólica + té o café. Si Usted calcula lo números expuestos, encontrará que el precio final sobrepasa lo cotizado, ello es porque además le reducimos el precio final para que sea asequible a su ajustado presupuesto. Sobre el cambio de menaje de cama y baño, en una época en que el suministro de agua dulce y/o potable es cada vez más escaso y en una zona árida como es Máncora, profesamos una cultura de ahorro del vital líquido, por eso limitamos el cambio de sábanas y toallas a cada tres días y lo mencionamos a nuestros huéspedes para que, si desean reducir el tiempo de cambio, nos lo soliciten previamente para coordinarlo con el personal a cargo, y sin ningún costo adicional. Además, quisieramos mencionar que la habitación que Usted reservó constaba, y consta, de acceso directo a la playa, cama king size, Tv. con cable, aire acondicionado, friobar, baño privado con agua caliente, shampú y jabón, e internet inalámbrico, y la tarifa brindada fue S/. 200.00, es decir USD 73.00 por noche, con el desayuno incluido. Una tarifa efectivamente un poco más alta que un Bed & Breakfast, pero también con muchos más servicios de los que ofrece un B&B, como sabrá reconocer. Finalmente, le reiteramos nuestras disculpas por todos los problemas e insatisfacciones que encontró en Hotelier durante sus vacaciones, nuestra intención siempre es que los huéspedes se retiren satisfechos y felices de visitar este pequeño paraíso que es Máncora, aunque en pocas, poquísimas excepciones, no suceda así. Muchos éxitos!
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Claudia T wrote a review May 2012
Villahermosa, Mexico
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We saw commentaries of people who stayed there so my husband and I decided making reservations at Hotelier due to competitive prices vs. kind of offered family rooms.

We arrived at Piura Airport by 11 am. We took a Servitour taxi at the airport exit which cost around USD 90.00 for the whole trip to our family (2 adults and 2 children), and after 2.5 hours trip we got to Mancora.

Hotel was exactly as shown in photographs, simple but cozy. Our room was prepared as expected and entered in. My husband and I were surprised when saw that room was carefully decorated with some rustic details which made it very comfortable. We took the family room which was made of two rooms: principal (king-size bed) and secondary (bunk bed) and a share bathroom; air conditioner only in the principal room. Cleaning of rooms was just enough; however people of the hotel must improve bathroom cleaning especially to eliminate odors typical of the bathroom which are intensified in high-temperature weathers.

View from our room was nice and covered swimming pool and beach. There was a hammock on the terrace where you could lay down hearing the music of the waves. Be careful to put repellent to keep mosquitoes from biting you, especially in the afternoon and at night.

Pool was OK, not very large but ideal for children to play safety. The strength of the hotel is its location facing the beach. Beach is only at 10 steps from swimming pool! No large stairs to get there! I could realize in my walking through the beach that there is the only hotel that had it; most hotels had several stairs to finally reach the beach. Beach towel service is provided by hotel.

Food is good, acceptable price, but do not expect to get served a lot... Breakfast is included at the room price, it was quite simple: a juice, two breads, butter, jam, and tea or coffee. We must order some extras to be filled. Flavors were very good a mix between homemade and chef food.
Town is near to hotel, you need to take the typical local transportation: motorcycle taxis.

In general terms, I consider that Hotelier is a good affordable option.
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Date of stay: May 2012
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Lima, Peru
Hola Cinthia. En la época que Irán, desde enero hasta marzo, habrá mucho calor, preveer esto con bloqueadores e hidratantes. La comida varía mucho en este restaurante, hay aparte del pescado, pollo, carne de res y de cerdo, aparte de ensaladas, frutas y harinas. Es surgida y no tendrán ningún problema. Este hotel, está ubicado muy cerca del centro poblado de Máncora, aproximadamente 4 kilómetros. Disfruten de esta bella Playa, su comida y hagan Turismo en sus playas cercanas
Helen S asked a question Nov 2016
Estimados, las habitaciones cuentan con aire acondicionado?
Answer from javier1976
javier1976
Sí Helen, todas nuestras suites y habitaciones tienen aire acondicionado.
Answer from javier1976
javier1976
Sí, proporcionamos shampú, jabón de tocador y toallas de baño y playa a nuestros huéspedes.
onepau wrote a tip Oct 2017
Belmont-sur-Lausanne, Switzerland
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms face the ocean, but the top two rooms are jacuzzi suites with the best views."
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Hugo_Inga wrote a tip Dec 2016
Lima, Peru
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get rooms with ocean view since the view and sound of the ocean are really relaxing"
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Canadianperu wrote a tip Aug 2014
Calgary, Canada
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"I think its better you walk around the hotels and go bargain hunting, in low season prices go down quiet a bit and you can even haggle a bit about the price"
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travelspud wrote a tip Jul 2014
Dallas, Texas
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Given its location away from the town's center, all rooms should be quiet."
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christ80 wrote a tip Jun 2014
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"front, bottom floor if you like access straight to the beach."
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LOCATION
PeruPiura RegionMancora
NUMBER OF ROOMS
8
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HOTELIER ARTE Y COCINA - Boutique Hotel Reviews (Mancora, Peru)

Frequently Asked Questions about Hotelier Arte y Cocina
Which popular attractions are close to Hotelier Arte y Cocina?
Nearby attractions include Playa Vichayito (4.7 km), Las Pocitas Beach (1.1 km), and Playa Mancora (2.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotelier Arte y Cocina?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Hotelier Arte y Cocina?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotelier Arte y Cocina?
Yes, free parking, a parking garage, and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotelier Arte y Cocina?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Garden Máncora, Pokego, and Yuka-mancora.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotelier Arte y Cocina?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Hotelier Arte y Cocina have airport transportation?
Yes, Hotelier Arte y Cocina offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotelier Arte y Cocina?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and French.
Does Hotelier Arte y Cocina have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.
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