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Hotel Galaxia Star Rating 2        
Jr. Juan De La Cruz Romero 638

This unfussy budget hotel is a 5-minute walk from both the Rosas Pampa Stadium and the Museo Regional de Áncash, as well as 7-minute walk from the mountain trekking guides of the Casa de Guias.Low-key rooms offer free Wi-Fi, cable TV and 24-hour hot water. Some feature extra beds.
Hotel El Tumi Star Rating 3        
Jr. San Martín 1121

This unassuming budget hotel is a 7-minute walk from the Plaza De Armas and a 9-minute walk from the Casa de Guias.The subdued rooms and suites feature wood accents and come with cable TV and safes. Suites add living areas, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Andino Club Hotel Star Rating 3        
Jiron Pedro Cochachin 357

This low-key hotel is a 12-minute walk from both Plaza De Armas and Museo Regional de Áncash, as well as 2 km from the football matches at Estadio Rosas Pampa.The unfussy rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, safes and garden views. Upgraded rooms add furnished terraces with Cordillera Blanca views.
Santa Cruz Trek        
Jiron Yungay 274

On a side street 2 blocks from Highway 3, this budget hostel catering to hiking enthusiasts is 2 km from the ornate cathedral overlooking Plaza de Armas.Casual quarters range from private rooms to 8-bed dorms. All feature free Wi-Fi and shared bathrooms with hot water.
Albergue Churup Hostel        
Jr. Amadeo Figueroa # 1257

Occupying a traditional whitewashed house in an unpretentious neighborhood, this warm, cozy hostel is an 8-minute walk from Plaza De Armas Huaraz, the city's main square, 5 km from the Wilcahuain temple ruins and 24 km from Comandante FAP Germán Arias Graziani Airport.Colorful dorms come with shared bathrooms, while bright private rooms add en suite facilities. There are no TVs.
Los Portales Star Rating 3        
Av. Antonio Raymondi 903

In a brightly painted building with an arched facade, this simple hotel is a 7-minute walk from Plaza De Armas (a grand square) and a 9-minute walk from exhibits at Museo Regional de Áncash.Compact rooms have warm decor and offer free Wi-Fi. Additional beds are available on request.
Hatun Wasi Hostel Huaraz Star Rating 2        
Jr. Daniel Villayzan # 268, Independencia

An 11-minute walk from Universidad Nacional Santiago Antunez de Mayolo, this modest hotel in the mountain town of Huaraz is a kilometer from both the central Plaza De Armas and the ancient stone sculptures in Museo Regional de Áncash.Simple, low-key rooms feature en suite bathrooms with 24/7 hot water, cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Select rooms sleep up to 5.
Hotel La Joya Star Rating 3        
Jr. San Martin 1187, Huaraz

A 7-minute walk from the central Plaza de Armas, this laid-back hotel is also 15 km from trekking at Huascarán National Park.The laid-back, warm rooms feature flat-screen TVs and high-speed Internet access, plus tables and chairs. Suites add whirlpool tubs, minifridges, dressing rooms and living areas with plush seating, along with thermostat-controlled heating.
Morales Guest House        
Pasaje Ucanan # 232 Barrio de Jose Olaya

With fantastic mountain and city views from its roof terrace, free breakfast and free Wi-Fi, Morales Guest House is located in Huaraz. Huaraz's main square, banks and restaurants are all a 15-minute walk away. Rooms here are decorated in summery tones and comprise orthopaedic beds with goose down bedspreads.
Peru Bergsport Hostel Star Rating 3        
493 Daniel Villayzan

Santa Cruz Trek special point of meeting for solo travellers and backpackers, for 69 lake full day hiking and Santa Cruz Hiking 4 days, offers comfortable rooms wide ventilated and panoramic mountain view windows, carpeted rooms, with natural lights, easy acces downtown, in a quite neighborhood, form our front desk tours and travel arrangements mainly for Santa Cruz Hiking 4 days, Lake 69 full day Hiking and others to visit relaxing at Cordillera Blanca...
 
 
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Huaraz is a city in Peru's northern Callejón de Huaylas valley. Capital of the Ancash Region, the city sits more than 3,000 meters above sea level, with the snow-capped peaks of the Cordillera Blanca range forming its dramatic eastern skyline. Encompassing much of the Cordillera Blanca is Huarascán National Park, home to Andean condors and jaguars as well as Peru's tallest mountain, Huarascán.