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We stayed here as part of a group tour. A lot of the rooms are internal, and a bit dated, and our first room had a window each side, both of which looked on to a different well. Because other rooms could see into our...More
Perhaps I have reached an age where I like to be delighted by the hotels I stay in. And perhaps I have had some great experiences in my travelling life, but the hotel Puma was really quite grim. The decor tired, and brown, the taps...More
We stayed for 3 nights before doing the inca Trail with Explore! The Adventure Travel Experts, it was clean and beds were comfortable. The shower was hot, and the staff were friendly. Breakfast was continental, cereals, juice, fruit, yoghurt, cheese and cold meats, toast (like...More
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights on a tour with G Adventures and we really liked it here. The hotel is a 15 minute walk from Cusco’s main square and close by to lots of shops, restaurants and markets.
We had two different...More
Stayed in this hotel as part of a tour package, so I did not select it myself and probably wouldn't have done, but El Puma was adequate for our needs prior to and after trekking the Inca Trail. We stayed in two different rooms, both...More
US$52 - US$108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, minimalist breakfast compared to our experiences at other hotels in South America. Scrambled eggs, sometimes with other ingredients so, yes, you can ask for an omelet or fried eggs unless you're in a hurry. One type... More
Yes, minimalist breakfast compared to our experiences at other hotels in South America. Scrambled eggs, sometimes with other ingredients so, yes, you can ask for an omelet or fried eggs unless you're in a hurry. One type of cheese which we didn't find appealing. Maybe 1 or 2 kinds of fruit. A couple choices of bread and cereal. This hotel is a 20 minute walk from the central square so not particularly convenient to the sights.
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"Ask for a room without a well view, unless you are there during a festival, in which case ask for a bright..."