I stayed here for a couple nights, worked out to be about $10USD/person per night. They have something going on at their local bar pretty much everynight, things like Karaoke, drinking games, speeddating, etc. I can't comment on them since I never actually checked it out, I was usually out or sleeping at night. This place is secure, they won't let you in without a Pariwana wrist band. Overall, you can't go wrong with staying here. Free internet access, free WIFI zone, drinks to purchase, free bread and butter/jam in the morning. Message me directly if you have any other questions!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pariwana Hostel Cusco lies in a colonial house built in the 16th century. The beauty of our hostel can be compared to any 5-star hotel in the city of Cusco, but with the atmosphere and vibe of our guests and the Pariwana experience.The house has an internal patio surrounded by stone archways in both the first floor and in the balconies of the second floor. Our restaurant and bar-lounge are located in the same salons where Viceroys used to dine with the local nobility. It is said that there is a secret passage between the house and the closest convent. Supposedly, it was built by the last Viceroy, Abascal, as he new his days were counted. Pariwana Cusco is located in the heart of Cuzco’s Historical District: only 2 blocks away from the main plaza (Plaza de Armas). The hostel is surrounded by the typical Cuzco architecture and scenery. It is nearby several restaurants, drugstores and transportation facilities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pariwana Hotel Cusco