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There was nobody at the station to meet us in spite of multiple emails and calls ahead of time. Both times I had called the person who picked up the phone didn't speak any English. Emails had gone unanswered. We managed to find the hotel...More
It is definitely very simple. The stairs were a bit of a challenge for our sore muscles after hiking the Inca Trail, but it was funny more than anything. One of the girls I was traveling got sick and the hotel was super accommodating! I...More
I picked out Rupa Wasi Lodge purely based on online reviews and photos, because the location looked so cool. Although we had to pay well ahead of time to secure the room, it was totally worth it. The owner came and met us at the...More
It was a cute cabin with amazing views to the mountains. The bed was comfy and it had no electronic distractions (no TV, no phone) and the restaurant was fantastic. The service was kind and everything was clean.
We were greeted at the train station by a Rupa Wasi staff member and escorted through the beautiful streets of Aguas Callientes and up the narrow street, stairs to this hidden gem. It was like staying in a tree house! the door to the balcony...More
US$62 - US$106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#5 Romantic Hotel in Aguas Calientes
#6 Family Hotel in Aguas Calientes
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We found the box lunches expensive for what you get. There are locals in a little covered area just outside the entrance to the site, at the start of the trail down, who sell more interesting food at a third of the price... More
We found the box lunches expensive for what you get. There are locals in a little covered area just outside the entrance to the site, at the start of the trail down, who sell more interesting food at a third of the price. Give it a try.