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All reviewseggsinca buildingsun templecoca tearooms are nicely furnishedplenty of warm waterauthentic hotelwooden beamsmachu picchuperuvian experiencewelcoming hotelham and cheesehelpful with directionsawesome staycentral courtyardyogurtlovely courtyard
I hate to be negative about this place, after all, it is a really cute hotel with fantastic customer service, however, I need to warn the future Inca Trail hikers here. There is a disco club right outside the hotel and on the Sunday, Monday...More
This is very conveniently located in Cusco - central enough to walk everywhere but just off the main square and so quiet at night and very safe to walk around. I cannot say enough good things about the staff - they were extremely helpful, always...More
Unaytambo is very centrally located in Cusco - a short walk from the main square and other important tourist sites. The rooms are large and comfortable and all surround the inner courtyard of this former colonial building that is built on impressive inca foundations. Nice...More
The hotel is a located in an historic building with inca walls, the rest of the construction is from the times of the Spanish colonization. Of course we liked that and the location in the very centre of Cusco as well. Just a short walk...More
We had a superior room which only meant that it was bigger than some of the others and could not detect any greater luxuries than the other rooms. The bathroom was tiny but adequate although the towels had seen better days. The bed was quite...More
We had an upstairs room, entered via a large balcony. The room was large and comfortable. I suspect all the rooms are similar. Very nice hotel, good central location and friendly, helpful staff. Would stay there again.
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"Get a front room - large, comfortable and look out on to the fascinating street (noise no great problem)"