Hotel Franci’s Puno

Tacna 305, Puno

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1 Room / 2 Adults

1 rooms,
2 adults
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The centrally located Hotel Franci’s Puno is ideal for families on the go. Guests can walk to the iconic cultural attractions of Puno including the cathedral and the Main Square Plaza De Armas. Families can also walk to serene Lake Titicaca, where boat tours and fishing excursions depart daily. Rooms at Hotel Franci’s Puno are simple, yet comfortable and accommodate as many as three guests. Every room at the hotel comes complete with flat screen televisions, comfortable bedding, heating and a private bathroom. A complimentary breakfast buffet is served each morning. Several restaurants are within walking distance of the hotel.

Our Editor Loves

  • Prime location
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Budget friendly prices

Family Interests

  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Sailing
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry


Rough around the edges but a great place to stay

by Kath-ann T

The Hotel Staff really make a difference in this Hotel. They recommended a health clinic and even went and picked up dinner for me when I was sick bronchitis.
Everything is with in walking distance. The hotel decor is from the colonial era, but it is clean. No central heating in Puno - staff brought up extra warm blankets when asked.

Hotel was closed!

by NYDCBrook

I arrived at this hotel having an email confirmation of my reservation that I had received two months prior. However, when I got there, it was locked and dark. I was finally let in by this young guy who was as confused as me, and who spoke no English (my Spanish is poor). After a lot of confusion, gestures back and forth, showing him the email, and a phone call on his part, I realized that the hotel was closed because the manager or owner was away! After making his phone call, during which I could tell he was trying to convince the other person that yes, I had a confirmed reservation, he went to put me in a room. In the dark empty hotel with no guests and no staff. As a solo female traveler, this was weird and an overall bad idea. Fortunately it was not peak season so another hotel down the street had availability. I was extremely put off by the unprofessionalism of the person in charge of reservations and/or the manager. If you book this place, double, triple and quadruple check your reservation in advance.