We stayed here for two nights in between our visit up to Machu Picchu. The stay was okay. They do not clean your room while you're out, so if you need extra towels or anything, you'll need to ask for it at the front desk....More
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We stayed here as part of our Salkantay trek on day four of five. The place is a well run, clean and tidy with polite staff. We were booked into a double room, however this doesn't mean a double bed. In South America this means...More
We stayed here for 1 night, which was fine upon completing the Inca Trail. Hot showers, but it's an early check-out - we extended ours until 4pm to make the most of the town before our train at 6pm for $30US. The room was pretty...More
This was fine for me for 1 night especially after completing the Inca Trail. The 5 am breakfast start is mandatory for early access to Machu Picchu. Room was pretty clean but not perfect - TV remote was sticky (ugh) and toilet leaked. Good location...More
Just stayed here while in route to see Machu Picchu. The place was recommended to us by someone that regularly send groups here. We were well received at checkin. The rooms were clean, ample in size and located overlooking at a small river that was...More
"If you want silence, pick your room carefully. Hint, not on the side with the river."
"If you are necessarily going to stay at this hotel ask for room as far from the river side as possible."
"We had a corner unit (203) and it was nice, but my brother's room (301) was larger and had a better view."