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Stayed here for 5 nights during our tour of Peru. This is a great hotel with a quirky interior. Had requested twin beds but were allocated a double, decided to give it a go because they said it was a nice quiet room, but after...More
I would recommend this hotel. The lobby is like a cave and it is very nice, the breakfast is great and the rooms are OK, Very clean though. We ordered room service, the food was delicious.
You are a few steps from koricancha and Plaza...More
We were traveling with a group of 30 - rooms were preassigned. Some in our group were unhappy with their rooms and a switch was made immediately. The rooms were smallish by American standards, but clean and comfortable. They served an awesome continental breakfast buffet...More
Good place to stay. I requested and got a nice quiet room in the back (traffic noise and exhaust fumes may be a problem for rooms facing the street). Good clean hotel, with good service and adequate restaurant and bar. Internet available in rooms and...More
This hotel is quirky. The decor seems to resemble living in a cave! All the walls are plastered irregularly with various niches etc and odd plaster like mouldings of figures and animals. Unlike the other reviewers I had no problems with noise and the sleeplessness...More
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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.