Hotel Isla Suasi


  • Beautiful boutique-style hotel on a private island
  • Perfectly located to explore the lake, countryside and islands
  • The journey to the hotel is an adventure!
  • Lovely gardens
  • Fine sunset views from a nearby hill
  • Relax in a hammock

Open:  Hotel Isla Suasi is open all year.

Location:  Suasi Island is near the northern shore of Lake Titicaca.

Rooms: The hotel has 23 bright, spacious rooms, all with views of the lake, plus a separate Andean Cottage with two bedrooms, a large bathroom, lounge-diner and private terrace. Some of the bedrooms in the main hotel have woodburning stoves, and all rooms feature Peruvian art.

Activities: Hike or canoe round the island, cruise on Lake Titicaca, visit the floating Uros reed islands and Taquile island, take a sunset walk.

Facilities:  There is a restaurant and bar, and a small Andean spa with a sauna and massage service. The hotel has a billiards table.

Dining:   A buffet breakfast is provided, whilst lunch and dinner are a la carte. 

Children:  Children of all ages are welcome. 

Health: Lake Titicaca is not a malarial area.

Communication:  There is wifi access in the lobby.

Notes: This hotel was previously Casa Andina Suasi Island

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Client Rating for Peru 5/5 from 58 reviews

A perfect end to a brilliant but busy trip. Idyllic location and everything as expected. On our first night there were 2 other couples, second night just 1 other couple. Such a lovely place with lovely helpful staff and I worry that it is not sustainable with so few visitors! Sunset from the top of the island was worth the climb. Also so lucky to view the lunar eclipse from here.

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