This is a very beautiful hotel which is actually an old colonial building. Thus it only has few rooms and just 2 with a kingsize bed and we stayed in both. The rooms are a nice size, clean and unique décor and personality. The location is great, close to everything. There were only two things we did not like: the noise outside our windows (both kingsize bed rooms are facing the street outside the hotel entrance) and the service at the breakfast area. The breakfast area inside the hotel (one can also eat outside, in the inner courtyard but nobody did as it was freezing out there in the morning) has only 4 tables and there is nobody there attending or making sure that the tables get cleared and they kept running out of everything as they put really small quantities of everything and it is quite unpleasant to go every morning to the reception to inform that there is no more butter, no more ham, no more cheese, no more tissues, no more forks or spoons, etc. It's a pity that they do not take care of this because other that that this hotel could be perfect!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Unaytambo, meaning in Quechua "Ancient Resting Place" a doorway to the history and culture of traditional Cusco, located on one of the city's principal streets next to Qorikancha "The Temple of the Sun" where inca walls remind us of the greatness of our ancestors, chowing the whole world the richness and history of our Imperial City. ... more less
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