My brother and I stayed in Loreto Boutique Hotel for 2 nights in March.
From the moment we booked, we were contacted by the hotel with information of additional services such as tours and airport transfers. This came very useful as we were arriving to Cusco very early and wanted a quick and easy way to get to the hotel. We ordered hotel transfer (20 soles) and a friendly driver waited for us at the airport even though our flight was delayed. Once we arrived to the hotel, the check in was smooth, we were offered coca leaves tea and given a room with and Inkan wall as requested in our booking. They also help us book our tour to Machu Picchu ($225 for student and $250 per adult which was considerably less than charged by other companies).
As other travellers already stated, this is not a boutique hotel, it's more of a hostel but the location is what counts! You are literally on a main square in Cusco which makes it easy for sightseeing and dining at night.
The room itself was just ok, it felt dump, the heating and hairdryer weren't working but at the same time when we mentioned it to the reception, they provided a portable heater and a new dryer. The cleaniness of the room was just ok so if this is very important for you, stay somewhere else.
Breakfast was basic but good, eggs, toast, fresh juices and fruit. For the day of our trip to Machu Picchu, we were offered packed lunch which was a nice touch.
Overall, I consider this hotel average but staff and location more than make up for it.
It's a great place to stay in Cusco as you're never in you room anyway!
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