This hotel staff are very nice especially Lourdes who is works at front desk Her customer service is 5 star hotel quality. She always smiles,welcoming us, treat as very valued customer. I had a severe high attitude sickness after arrived Cusco few hours later. Next morning she suggested see Doctor ...
The water pressure is very bad (don’t have someone accidentally turn on the bathroom facet while you are in the shower). The WiFi is terrible and finally the hotel added a 10% fee on top of room because we booked thru Orbitz.
Pros: great hotel, friendly staff, clean. Rustic yet modern feel, spacious room and large shower. Free filtered water to fill up your water bottles, free coca tea stand right next to front door along with umbrellas free for use. Don't let the exterior (unassuming front door) fool you, the entire ...
Hotel staff met us at train station to take care of our bags-was a real treat since walk to hotel was all uphill. Easy check-in where we were given a damp towel to refresh ourselves. Settled in our room which was an upgrade with couch and table and fireplace. Windows overlooked a raging Urubamba ...
With 57 Orbitz hotels and high ratings in Hotel Staff and Location, it's easy to enjoy a comfortable stay in Machu Picchu. And with attractions like Museo Inka, it's easy to see why you'd want to.Hotels in Machu Picchu
With 57 Orbitz hotels and high ratings in Hotel Staff and Location, it's easy to enjoy a comfortable stay in Machu Picchu. And with attractions like Museo Inka, it's easy to see why you'd want to.Arts and culture in Machu Picchu
Some of Machu Picchu's popular attractions are steeped in culture. Soak it in at Museo Inka and Qorikancha or while enjoying a quiet afternoon.
Entertainment and education abound at Libreria Regesol SA and Biblioteca Asociación Pukllasunchis, where you can catch up on history, fiction and current events.
Universidad Nacional de San Antonio Abad del Cusco draws students and alums alike to its campus and its atmosphere of higher education.Best times to visit Machu Picchu
If you're planning a trip to Machu Picchu, consider visiting in January, March and July. Orbitz offers great deals 365 days a year, but during these months, you'll save the most — 30%, 22% and 19%, respectively.Outdoor adventures in Machu Picchu
Don't forget to leave time to enjoy a little nature while in Machu Picchu. Head to Tikawasi Valley for a refreshing wak or afternoon picnic.Where to eat in Machu Picchu
You have to eat while in Machu Picchu, so why not enjoy it? Grab a snack or order up some serious grub at Museo Inka.What to do in Machu Picchu
Inca Spa is an ideal destination for anyone looking for a little rest, relaxation, and personalized attention. If traveling leaves you feeling tense or tired, a rejuvenating treatment may be what the doctor ordered.Where to shop in Machu Picchu
Centro Comercial Cusco makes it easy to look your best or pick up gifts while in Machu Picchu. Wifiperu Ingenieros offers up its high-tech gadgets for locals and travelers alike.Nightlife in Machu Picchu
When the sun goes down in Machu Picchu, there's always a chance to get a taste of the local scene. Join the fray at The Cross Keys, Mama Africa and El Muki, where you can dance and drink late into the night.Getting to Machu Picchu
Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.
This is by any account one the best. Staffs extremely courteous and very professional.
I looked at a lot of hotels before heading to Cusco. On the map it was perfect, hiking distance to All of the local ruins and walking distance to the a couple other ruins including the 12 sided stone. The staff was awesome in that we got there early (6:30am) and they checked us into our room knowing we just flew in and were exhausted. The rooms are warm and ready for you to knock out. The bed was nice and had thick blankets. Being lazy I hit the mini bar which will not kill the Bank account. I had used it the whole 4 days and it added maybe $30 American dollars to my bill. The local eats are awesome and they will recommend great places to eat. I suggest the 2nd store down from the hotel. I didn’t get a name, an older woman there is very honest and will give you good prices on beer/liquor. Try the Pisco, we asked for tequila and they were a lil offended ;) I would honestly stay here again. The cleaning crew was also very honest, we left money and she didn’t take it. We made sure to leave a note that it was a tip. Bfast is great also, fresh fruit and cooked to order eggs.
I stayed at one of the rooms with the private bathroom. It's fairly basic, but clean. The restaurant was a perfect place to relax and grab a quick bite if you didn't feel like going out. (I loved their Peruvian stew!) There are lots of places to eat within a few blocks and the main square is about five minutes away. Also handy is the Orion grocery store across the street. Bottom line: Don't expect the Hyatt or anything fancy. I really liked the ambiance of this property, and the value is hard (actually impossible) to beat even with the private bathroom.
Excellent service and accommodations this 5 stars hotel is the place to stay in Cuzco!! We enjoyed everything, they’re into the detail thanks to Roger for taking care of us all the time! We’ll definitely recommend this hotel 👍