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The Casa Morey is a historical monument in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon. Situated along the riverfront of Iquitos, Peru this boutique hotel offers an ambiance of bygone times in spacious accommodation and personalized serviced. Built by the wealthy rubber baron, Luis Morey in 1913, it has been restored to its Victorian Splendour and Amazonian motifs.
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Calle Loreto 200 at the Plaza Ramon Castilla, Iquitos 01 Peru
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This renovated rubber baron home is a charming place to stay right in downtown Iquitos. The rooms are large and clean with all the modern conveniences. After a trek in the rainforest, this seemed like a luxury. Downstairs, the staff speaks English very well and...More
Building is old Rubber Baron's home. Rooms were huge with very high ceilings, large bathrooms. beautiful old mirror in dining room. wifi was just ok. breakfast was decent. area was quiet, though they were working on the street during the day when we were there....More
Casa Morey is a beautiful hotel located near the city center. It's wonderfully decorated, the reception speaks English well, it's clean and wafe. We really appreciated having this as a home base before/after our Amazon trek.
Quirky, historic 14 room hotel located a few block from all the action – The Malecon and Plaza de Armas. Good value and huge rooms [although sparsely furnished] with A/C, a swimming pool and hot water makes this place top of the list. Try for...More
Whatever romance you may harbor regarding Iquitos Peru, gateway to the Amazon and all that, put it out of your mind. Iquitos is a screaming mad, grossly over-populated, very poor, loud, polluted riverside city with a lot of struggling people who have too little. With...More