Nos hôtes :
Billy and Akaisha, USA, January 2004 : “ Quaint and clean, this 8 room European style inn offers value for the $8 per person per night for a double. Hot water on demand, and a large satisfying breakfast with fresh baked bread included in the price. Peaceful with astounding views from your room or from the interior gardens. A four minute walk into town with internet and restaurants available. Highly Recommended.
Billy and Akaisha, USA, January 2004 : “Nestled on the edge of this remote town sits an oasis. In today's world of constant news and instant messages, it's not easy to find a place that offers the comforts and hospitality of a well run inn. No telephones or TV here to distract from the beauty and peace of this tranquil paradise.
Located in a quiet and traditional town of unparalleled beauty, Le Rendez-Vous is an eight room guesthouse attentively run by owners Sergio and Isabel. A working dream come true, this young couple are confident in their ideas of how a French run bed and breakfast should be. The reasonable nightly price includes a fantastic breakfast. Bread, freshly baked by Isabel, eggs, juice and hot chocolate are graciously served onto your terrace table.
Gated and private, this quaint and clean hostal offers garden and mountain views from each adobe style room. Le Rendez-Vous is just a four minute walk to the charming downtown Vilcabamba. Unmatched for offering value, its immaculate, comfortable rooms with private baths have hot water on demand.
Mornings are filled with bird songs, and a peek out the window will show you mist lifting off the towering mountains. Sway the afternoon away in your personal hammock, listening to nature, while watching the sun cross the sky.
Enjoy Vilcabamba with tranquility and style. Le Rendez-Vous is the perfect place to recharge.
Paul Brokking, Suisse, : “...eine Frau zeigt mir das neue Hostal Le Rendez-Vous. Das hat erst gerade aufgemacht und ist schlicht und einfach perfekt. Ein grosser Garten, supergrosse gemütlich Zimmer, warme Duschen und auf der Verande ne Hängematte. So lässt es sich leben.“
Travelogues From saslisa : “We stayed at the hostel 'rendez-vous'. It was surrounded by mountains and each little apartment had its own hammock and table and chairs outside. In the mornings the owner brought us fresh bread and coffee to our table. It was bliss. For the first time in South America we both were able to totally relax. “