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Hotel Gran Palma Huancayo
Hotel Gran Palma Huancayo
8.4 Excellent
Parra del Riego 745 Urb. El Tambo - Huancayo, Huancayo, Peru
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0.9 mi from city centre, Huancayo 
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8.4

Situated in Huancayo, Hotel Gran Palma Huancayo offers 3-star accommodation, as well as a sauna. It is ideally located for those wanting to sightsee in the area.

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Cheapest month:June
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Huancayo:$27/night
Cheapest price found:$8/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$10 - $54
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$17 - $65
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Hotel Gran Palma Huancayo
Hotel Gran Palma Huancayo
8.4 Excellent
Parra del Riego 745 Urb. El Tambo - Huancayo, Huancayo, Peru
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0.9 mi from city centre,  

Situated in Huancayo, Hotel Gran Palma Huancayo offers 3-star accommodation, as well as a sauna. It is ideally located for those wanting to sightsee in the area.

$53
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Posada Junco y Capuli

Jirón Julio C. Tello # 414, Huancayo, Peru

8.9 Excellent
$31

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3 stars
Hotel Gran Palma Huancayo
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Hotel Gran Palma Huancayo

Parra del Riego 745 Urb. El Tambo - Huancayo, Huancayo, Peru

8.4 Excellent
$53

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About Huancayo

A bustling metropolis blending modern facades with rich cultural traditions, Huancayo sits in the picturesque Peruvian highlands. Its city center boasts tranquil parks, bustling markets and geological formations, while the surrounding region provides hiking adventures to a glistening blue glacier.

Things to do

Start your Huancayo holiday at the Grand Plaza Constitucion in the city center, then admire the neoclassical architecture and stained-glass windows adorning Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity. Stroll the picturesque pathways lining Identity Park Huanca, where sculptures pay homage to the region’s pre-Inca culture.

Time your visit with Huancayo’s weekly Sunday fair, which dominates 10 city blocks and is lined with hundreds of local vendors selling their wares. You can pick up handmade crafts, such as carved gourds, jewelry and textiles, or sample some of the region’s local specialties.

Nature enthusiasts can explore Torre Torre, a series of gigantic geological formations that can reach up to 30 meters tall. Admire the collection of red-clay structures that were formed after many years of erosion, then witness the bird’s-eye view of Huancayo below.

Looking for an adventure? Take a day trip to Huaytapallana glacier, located at the highest peak in the Andes mountain range of Peru. Marvel at turquoise lakes and climb atop the glacier to capture views of the snow-capped mountains from 5,000 meters above sea level.

Getting around

You can fly into Francisco Carle Airport, then make the hour drive into Huancayo’s city center or travel to Lima via the trans-Andean Ferrocarril Central Andino, one of the world’s highest train routes. In town, the most convenient way to get around is by bus or taxi.

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A bustling metropolis blending modern facades with rich cultural traditions, Huancayo sits in the picturesque Peruvian highlands. Its city center boasts tranquil parks, bustling markets and geological formations, while the surrounding region provides hiking adventures to a glistening blue glacier.

Things to do in Huancayo

Start your Huancayo holiday at the Grand Plaza Constitucion in the city center, then admire the neoclassical architecture and stained-glass windows adorning Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity. Stroll the picturesque pathways lining Identity Park Huanca, where sculptures pay homage to the region’s pre-Inca culture.

Time your visit with Huancayo’s weekly Sunday fair, which dominates 10 city blocks and is lined with hundreds of local vendors selling their wares. You can pick up handmade crafts, such as carved gourds, jewelry and textiles, or sample some of the region’s local specialties.

Nature enthusiasts can explore Torre Torre, a series of gigantic geological formations that can reach up to 30 meters tall. Admire the collection of red-clay structures that were formed after many years of erosion, then witness the bird’s-eye view of Huancayo below.

Looking for an adventure? Take a day trip to Huaytapallana glacier, located at the highest peak in the Andes mountain range of Peru. Marvel at turquoise lakes and climb atop the glacier to capture views of the snow-capped mountains from 5,000 meters above sea level.

Getting around Huancayo

You can fly into Francisco Carle Airport, then make the hour drive into Huancayo’s city center or travel to Lima via the trans-Andean Ferrocarril Central Andino, one of the world’s highest train routes. In town, the most convenient way to get around is by bus or taxi.

  • What are the best hotels in Huancayo?

    48 reviews rated Hostal Los Pinos with an average score of 8.1/10. It may also be worth looking into the Hospedaje Las Lilas, which received a rating of 9.1/10 from 20 reviews. La Azotea could also be a good option, with a score of 8.9/10 from 12 reviews.