The Hotel Las Flores is a family friendly hotel located in the heart of Ica, Peru. Triple rooms can accommodate three guests and features classic decor. Each rooms comes complete with 40-inch flat screen televisions, writing desks, air-conditioning, toiletries and closets. The onsite restaurant has a dining menu, and a complimentary breakfast is served every morning. Families will enjoy cooling off in the spacious outdoor pool. The surrounding neighborhood is full of opportunities for families to immerse themselves in the culture of Peru. The Javier Cabrera Scientific Museum and the Regional Museum of Ica both come highly recommended.
Our Editor Loves
- Family rooms
- Swimming pool
- Shuttle service
- Horse Back Riding
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
by Tom B
Great new boutique hotel
-quiet safe area 20 mins walk from Plaza de Armas
-light airy rooms built around inner atrium/pool
-friendly and helpful staff
-good food in pleasant restaurant next to pool
-in hotel food and drink prices less than anywhere that caters for tourists that you’re likely to go in Ica.
-super rooftop terrace soon to be furnished with rooftop bar and gymnasium
With towels configured as swans on the bed you apreciase how well run this hotel is.
If you find yourself in Ica it’s probably as a base to visit the Ballestra islands etc. This hotel is great for that. Nearby (Huacachina will suit backpackers and party animals better.) having said that, there is a nightclub close to the hotel open till 6am!
With so much to do outside Ica you may spend little or no time exploring Ica itself. Which is a good idea.
It had a creepy motel vibe to it. To be totally honest, I just wish that we had gotten a place somewhere else because the sheets had stains on them, the pool in the middle of the hotel is a weird inconvenience, the wifi sucked, etc.. The staff was nice! But that doesn't redeem the poor quality of the hotel or its amenities. I just really don't get why this place has as good of a rating as it does. We will definitely be staying somewhere else when we return to Ica.