About this listing
Front line riverside apartment, elegantly designed with a contemporary style with panoramic glass front for sweeping uninterrupted views of the river and an abundance of light. Located on the Boulevard, close to restaurants, bars, shops & main plaza.
Brand new elegant, clean and comfortable self contained en suite apartment with kitchen, hot shower and excellent amenities. Finished and furnished to a high standard. There is a communal guests lounge, a roof terrace/BBQ area (both with spectacular river views) and a garden in which iguanas and other wildlife have chosen to make their natural habitat.
Guests have access to the communal lounge, the roof terrace and the garden.
Interaction with guests
There will always be somebody around to help you. There is a local family who live on the complex as well as the British owner and his English speaking Peruvian partner.
You can flag a moto taxi (rickshaw) down any where as there are hundreds. For 2 soles (0.60 US$) you can go any where in the centre and as far away as the airport for 10 soles (3.30 US$).
A car taxi will cost you 20 soles (6.60 US$) to the airport. There is a taxi office around the corner on the 1st block of Calle Pevas.
The local buses (collectivos) are 1 sol (0.30 US$) and can be flagged down on any corner on the bus routes.
To go North (Bella Vista Nanay) you can get on at the corner of block 3 of Calle Nauta/Calle Condomine next to the gas station.
To go South (outside the airport) you can get on at the corner of the start of block 5 of Calle Nauta/Calle Samanez Ocampo, outside the UNAP University.
If you have booked as a single occupant please note that extra guests must be approved and a surcharge may apply.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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After working in construction in England I travelled the world and became fascinated particularly with the jungle regions, I found myself in the jungle town of Iquitos in 1999. I broke my foot playing football with some friendly locals which put an end to my travels. I got involved in a local business and was able to buy a derelict property on the banks of the Amazon on which I created a small community, renting the individual apartments by word of mouth to fellow gringos working in and around Iquitos.
I have now built some high quality new apartments to cater for short term visitors.