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Isla Suasi Hotel
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Reviewed 4 July 2010

We spent 12 days in Peru, and this was our last stop. All we can say is that I wish we had known what we were in for, we would have spent longer. When we got to the island, 13 people were leaving, which left our family of 3, the only inhabitants for the next evening. We
had no idea what we were in for!

Greeted by the Manager of the hotel, Alex Custer, and informed of the amenities, we were so in awe of the majestic setting, that when Alex offered to take us on a "sunset hike", we were eager to accept. As it turns out, Alex was incredibly engaging. He was thoughtful, funny, and full of information about the island.

Even when we had to admit that the altitude had taken a toll on our appetites, he and the amazing chef worked together to get us appetizing dishes. The food was so delicious, and so beautifully presented that we ate in spite of ourselves. I could not believe the beauty of the hotel, the kindness of the staff, and the quality of the food.

Alex went out of his way to show my son the island, showing him sights that he may not have seen. Our son commented - "who needs a TV on this island?". Coming from a 14 year old, I was ecstatic. Our family was totally engaged. This one hotel, our last stop on our tour, was absolutely the highlight of our trip.

I took a sauna, and got a 30 minute massage by Lupe. She was a sweetheart. This was the
most amazing finish to a fabulous experience.

Alex is a new manager, but in our book, he has this place running smoothly, and he keeps a constant eye on the staff - which you can tell has been trained expertly.

We can't say thank you enough to Alex, nor can we express our gratitude for his sharing stories, knowledge of the island, and just his overall kindness. He's one of the BEST managers we have ever encountered. We give a warm thank you to him and his staff!

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled with family
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Reviewed 11 June 2010

After a week of touring Incan sites and cities, we spent three days at Casa Andina on Suasi Island. It was the perfect place to relax. The setting of Lake Titicaca was beautiful and seeing the wild vicuna as we landed was an added bonus. The new manager, Alex, made us feel very welcome and infected us with his enthusiasm for the island and hotel. We climbed to the highest point to see the sunset, took a boat ride around the island, ate lunch outside on the lawn, enjoyed Pisco Sours (the national drink), and lazed in the sun. The hotel is eco-friendly and is powered totally by solar. This makes for a few quirks of which potential travelers should be aware. Electricity is only provided in the rooms for a few hours in the AM and PM. Having a small flashlight with you is helpful. There are no radios, TVs, or outlets (no hair dryers!) in the rooms. There are, however, plugs for charging applicances and excellent wi-fi in the lobby area. At night, fires are lit in woodstoves in the rooms and the smell of eucalyptis is wonderful. A hot water bottle in bed in another luxury. If you're comfortable with going outside your usual "American" amenities, although still having very comfortable accommodations, this is a marvelous place.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled with friends
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Thank VeteranTravelers
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Reviewed 10 June 2010

This hotel is part of a chain but is should not be compared with other hotels as it is unique due to the location and how the hotel is run (solar power). We loved it because it was different and the island is beautiful. It's quiet and a perfect place to relax watching amazing sunsets or just walking around the island.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank UKHoli
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Reviewed 17 May 2010

I was invited to a dream wedding at Suasi Island. I stayed there for 2 nights and 3 days and it was simply awesome. It's located in the middle of paradise. I've seen colors that I thought they didn't exist. Breathtaking landscapes, amazing views to the lake and a previous visit to Uros (a population living in a floating island) and Taquile island. Sunrises, Sunsets, water mirrors, flora, fauna....everything is....speechless.
If you expect a modern building with all facilities to call it a luxury place, definitely it is not. It's an eco-friendly place, with limitations on electricity (it's solar powered, which is turned off by 11pm), no TV....but you can take this stay to re-connect with nature, friends, family, couple...yourself and see how happiness and simplicity can get together.
I cannot comment on value (just marked "average) since it was an invitation, but if you got the money, the time, the spirit (and you are ready to suffer a bit of altitude disease), I would say Suasi Island is a must visit location.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 December 2009

Even though a bit expensive for Peru, the place to stay at to enjoy Titicaca lake at best! Only downside is the coldness of the room once the cheminey fire extinguishes. All the rest ensures a fantastic experience of an extraordinary lake!

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled solo
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Thank sardane
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