Brit’s Hotel

Jr. Mariscal A. A. Caceres, N 391 - 399, Huaraz, 02000

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Situated in the heart of Huaraz, Brit’s Hotel offers guests with comfortable accommodations near the many attractions available in the city. The mountains are easily accessed from the hotel as well. Families of three can stay in the hotel’s Triple Rooms. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the entire property. For an additional fee, guests can partake of the daily breakfasts. Dining opportunities are available onsite, although there are a variety of restaurants located nearby. Guests of the hotel will love having easy access to shopping, sightseeing, dining and entertainment.

Our Editor Loves

  • Located in heart of Huaraz
  • Clean and comfortable Triple Rooms
  • Easy access to attractions

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Theme Park
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining


Cheap, clean and reasonable

by N1641LDkeithh

Not a lot really to review about this hotel.

I stayed for three nights with my girlfriend, price was very fair, we spent almost all of our time out trekking and going on tours through mountains.

On this basis I can say the bed was fine, the showers were hot, and the staff seemed friendly and breakfast was basic.

No drama at all, so I have no complaints about the place.

Hotel Brit's

by AnAmericanInLima

This backpackers' hostal received a glowing review from Lonely Plantet guide, but we were disappointed all around.

Brit's does have two things going for it: price and security. We paid 80 soles a night for the three of us, which translates to about US $26. We got three twin beds and a tiny room with cable TV and a decent sized bathroom.

Alas, the much-touted hot water was barely lukewarm during our three-day stay. When you are hiking all day, a hot shower is a must at 6 p.m.

Breakfast was not included, so we paid about the equivalent of US$3 a piece for greasy scrambled eggs and the local bread. Strangely, breakfast was not available before 8 a.m. (strangely because climbers and hikers are out of the hotel by 7 a.m. at the lastest), but an exception was made for us. The eggs were so greasy we chose to eat the next day at a restaurant on the Plaza de Armas, which was an inconvenience.

My husband claims that he felt safe leaving his geear at this hotel, and nothing did happen to our cameras or laptop. The staff at the front desk were pleasant , I might add.

A note to people with disabilities (not your average traveler to Huaraz): This six story hotel has no elevator so you must walk several flights to your room.