Based on local tax laws, Peruvian citizens (and foreigners staying more than 59 days in Peru) must pay an additional fee of 18%. To be exempt from this 18% additional fee (IVA), a copy of the immigration card and passport must be presented.
Please note both documents are required for fee exemption. Guests who are not able to present both documents will be required to pay the fee.
Foreign business travellers who require a printed invoice, will also be charged the additional 18% regardless of the length of their stay in Peru. This fee is not automatically calculated in the total costs for the reservation.
来自 4 份点评
Far from the city center ”
Comfortable beds, good internet connection, kind staff
Hotel is far from the city cwentre, journey to the center is unpleasant because of heavy traffic and smog. Very poor breakfast, dirty dining room.
Tour Guide Services, Service by Reception, Decent TV
Not a good stay here. Have traveled to Iquitos a fair amount. Was here for a week with my wife who is from Iquitos and our two young children. Kitchen had a stove but no gas. No plates, cups, pots, pans or paper towels. Nothing. Bathroom was filthy. Shower head was ancient and shot water all over. Shower curtain was too small so floor of bathroom was constantly wet. Water would mix with the dust/dirt and form mud. No toilet paper was provided. No hand towel was provided. No soap. No soap holder in the shower so your soap sits in the murky floor. Walls in all rooms were very dirty. Housekeeping only came three times in 6 days. No cleaning was conducted in the time we were there. Food not bad but restaurant staff could care less about anything. First morning they completely ran out of fruit. In Iquitos. Hygiene disaster from foodservice standpoint. My wife was pretty demanding of the staff. They didn't like her and we overheard them saying that she thought she was the duena of the place. Not professional...if you are going to talk a client at least make sure they can't hear you. Speaking of the owner no one knew where he was. The women who worked in reception were the only ones who wanted to help but they had no resources at their disposal to do so. To anyone who is looking to book with this property it is my opinion as someone who has worked 20+ years in hospitality that you could do far better in Iquitos for far less money. Hopefully the management/ownership will decide to invest some money into staff training, cleaning and infrastructure so that in the future Amazon Apart Hotel can deliver on what it does a decent job of marketing...I should note that the guide and driver that they booked for us to do various excursions were fantastic and the guide was like a part of our family by the end of the day.
We were not met at tha airport on time, causing anxiety and harassment by taxi drivers. When the car finally turned up the driver had no sign to identify himself or our name. No one at the hotel spoke English, we were unable to understand or have the menu explained to us. There was no cold water in the room, nor the means to buy it. They did organise a tuk tuk to take us to a restaurant that had some English on the menu. The next morning they could not understand that we had a tour booked and that we needed them to check where the company was. We had to pay a guide to tell them that we needed a transfer to the Port the next morning at 5am. Obviously they do not deal well with non Spanish speakers. The room was tiny, not at all like it looked on the Internet.
A haven in the middle of a busy city”
The staff. Clean. Comfortable beds.
Largely peaceful and comfortable. Only one problem which would be hard to solve, the fumes from busy traffic and cooking smells through the vent in the bathroom . Otherwise a jewel in the middle of Iquitos.