Who are we?

YOAMADA S.A.C. is a family owned company with the legacy and pride of being the sixth apurimeña generation. Our ancestors go as far as the year 1600 and they were an important part of Peru’s Independence along with Mr. José de San Martín and Simón Bolívar.

We are strategically located in the best area of town of Challhuahuacho. We are far from busy and crowded areas, yet we are close to the main plaza.

The hotel’s design allows us to be directly connected with nature by having big open spaces where you can take a relaxing walk. Also, the little biodiversity we have in this area has moved closer to the hotel. Experience the recluse of a diverse assortment of wildlife.  Abundant and fruitful sounds are touched with tranquility as one can often catch friendly glimpses of  various bird species sure to please any nature enthusiast. 

In the morning we can see vizcachas, cuculis, birds and chihuacos, from the hotel windows. They come and eat from our tankar bush, which is an endangered plant. 

Our facilities, parking and security are excellent along with the wonderful silence you need to really enjoy nature.

We offer large and comfortable rooms for business or pleasure travelers. We also offer great corporate rates to make sure that your stay fits your budget while it being efficient and pleasant.  Our services and sense of security provide a different alternative for the town Challhuahuacho.

MISSION:

Chullpas Hotel’s mission is to provide high quality hospitality services by gaining the trust of our clients while providing them with personalized and friendly service in a serene and comfortable environment.


VISION:
We want to be a model company providing the upmost prestige in hospitality. We give the attention and personalized treatment our clients deserve. Additionally, we want to encourage tourism in this area with the help of our beautiful lakes, our Andean landscape stay and our centuries-old churches built during the Spanish colonization time. We want to show you our culture and provide you with the hospitality that our ancestors left behind.