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We stayed in the same Peruvian chain of hotels in LIma, but this gem in Cuzco was terrific. Clean, spacious, modern rooms, comfortable beds- we had a triple, quiet day and night, fabulous buffet breakfast, ( Peru style, but a little bit of everything), friendly...More
My husband and I stayed at this hotel for a total of five nights in April, 2009, in two different rooms. Both rooms were small but had big clothes closets. The bathrooms were in need of renovation, otherwise the rooms were good. We heard the...More
Really good location for sightseeing. If you want a quiet room, ask for one overlooking the archaeological remains next door - beautiful view and very peaceful. Unfortunately, if you want a double bed they all seem to be on the front which can be a...More
A really unusual hotel only minutes walk from main square. Super entrance only spoilt by smokers. All the rooms are unusual and different [we had 3 during our stay] No carpets and whitewashed walls - but they add to the character! Not a straight wall...More
The lobby is very beautiful! The rooms are nice and good size. Very clean. Very good breakfast. Overall a good and safe place to stay. You should buy a painting by "George Michael" outside of the hotel entrance. Get him to 50 soles or less.
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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.