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Our family of four (mother, father, 21-year-old daughter, 19-year-old son) stayed in a quad for a single night before heading up to Machu Picchu.
The room was OK - comfortable enough, large enough, clean enough, though certainly showing wear and tear.
The staff was very...More
The room was not super clean, the window to the hall was very difficult to close, staff could have been a lot more friendly and helpful, breakfast was so so. It seems like the rooms were added one by one and are not organized -...More
Unfortunately when we arrived they had problems with the water and there was no supply at all. But this was sorted by the evening and we had warm water. The location is the last property at the top of the hill so you have to...More
Hotel is very good for its price range. Room was not small, hot water was really hot and river under the window make a great view and sound (of course if you like noise of water). Staff is friendly, they will pack you a breakfast...More
I stayed here with my mother three nights as we planned to spend two days at Machu Picchu. Our hostesses were so helpful and kind. They took us to and from the train station and helped orient us to the town. The room was clean...More
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You need to get to Ollantaytambo by tour bus and then get a van (35 soles but very dangerous during rain season) or train (Peru Rail or IncaRail, very expensive but the most popular way). In Machu Picchu you cross the bridge... More
You need to get to Ollantaytambo by tour bus and then get a van (35 soles but very dangerous during rain season) or train (Peru Rail or IncaRail, very expensive but the most popular way). In Machu Picchu you cross the bridge and keep walking up the main street to the hostel. Very close, and you can ask people in the way.