This is a three star hotel and clean, quiet and in a great location. All the staff were courteous and pleasant. I stayed two nights. The bed was comfortable. The room overlooked the courtyard. There was air conditioning but I did not use it and opened the windows - enjoyed the fresh air.
The bathroom was small...interesting, it seems the area that used to be the bathroom is now the closet area...small, funny detail. Note the shampoo and soap come out of a dispenser on the wall, and no separate conditioner. The hot water takes an age to start up, and the first morning before catching the train in the wee hours of the morning I thought it was goi g to be a cold shower, but the hot water does eventually come through.
Breakfast is included in the room rate, but does not start until 6am, so the morning I was catching the train to Machu Picchu needed to buy breakfast at the train station....think the hotel should consider having coffee and rolls to go for the early train people.
Also, there were four bottles of water in the room, but no sign there was a cost. The price was reasonable, but a surprise there was a fee.
The hotel is very close to the main plaza and restaurants and shops.
My travel agency, Southern Crossings, booked the hotel in Lima, flights, trains, hotel in Cusco and guides for Cusco and Machu Picchu - all I had to do was turn up.
I did a city tour of Cusco, including the old site overlooking Cusco, the old city, the Cathedral and churches and the San Pedro markets. If you get a chance by the traditional Cusco bread at the markets. Also tried the cheese - okay, but not a huge fan.
My guide for Machu Picchu was fantastic. I am scared of heights and she helped me get to places I never thought I would do. Did both mountains - old and new mountain.
I would stay at this hotel again. It was clean, safe and a great location.
I stayed in room 607, which had a lovely window overlooking the courtyard.
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