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Well-situated and with incredibly friendly and helpful staff, we really enjoyed our stay. Breakfasts were excellent and the lobby area is lovely. Because there are constant toings and goings as trekkers and day-trippers arrive and depart from about 4.00am onwards, sleep can be disturbed as...More
This hotel was wonderful, comfortable and very accomodating. It's not the lap of luxury, but you don't really need that. For me, I just wanted a nice, clean, comfortable and relaxing place to stay and I found that here.
hotel was perfectly ok for all our needs it was charming and quaint.
It had character, breakfast was good, service was good.
It had a road outside which was busy but to be honest it didnt bother me.
The hotel was of a good standard...More
Stayed here for 5 nights in June 2010. There is nothing wrong with the hotel, is just a little dull and uninspiring. The one big problem is the design of the rooms and the noise. The corridors are tiled floors and when people drag suitcases...More
We stayed here on June 3, 2010 and then June 9, 2010. First room ground floor end of hall, 2nd room 3rd floor mid hall. Neither my husband nor I had ANY problems with noise internally or from street or otherwise. I was charmed by...More
US$79 - US$500 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#39 Family Hotel in Cusco
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We had a hairdryer in the bathroom next to the washbasin
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Many hotels in Cusco have oxygen tank/mask for their guests. Do you supply oxygen to guests who need it?
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I've recently returned from a tour around Peru including a stay at this hotel. I'm not aware of the hotels providing oxygen as a matter of course and neither did we require it. However the tour buses do reach 'giddy... More
I've recently returned from a tour around Peru including a stay at this hotel. I'm not aware of the hotels providing oxygen as a matter of course and neither did we require it. However the tour buses do reach 'giddy' heights thru the mountains and one of our party did require oxygen on the the bus which was provided when needed. I hasten to add that he was diabetic and was also on the 'heavy side', comparing the effects of the altitude to a hypo attack.