Hotel PRISMA is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Cusco, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Nearby landmarks such as Qorikancha (0.2 mi) and Convento de Santo Domingo (0.2 mi) make Hotel PRISMA a great place to stay when visiting Cusco.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, and Hotel PRISMA makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, shops, and baggage storage. In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is paid public parking available nearby.
If you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, consider a visit to Limo, Ceviche Seafood Kitchen, or El Muelle de Tono, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel PRISMA.
Cusco is also home to Museo de los Pueblos de Paucartambo, a popular natural history museum that is not too far from Hotel PRISMA.
Enjoy your stay in Cusco!
We stayed at Hotel Prisma for 3 nights during our Machu Picchu tour, the hotel is located around 10 minutes from the centre of Cusco. The rooms were spacious and clean, breakfast was decent and the staff were friendly. Shower pressure did seem to be better on the ground floor compared to the third.
I had a great couple of nights here. Nice, clean and basic hotel located in good walking distance to city center. Friendly staff always happy to help. Solid breakfast buffet. Nothing luxurious but good value. Really liked my stay here and would book it again.
This hotel was in a good location near busy streets and not too far from the main square of Cusco. There is a breakfast/bar area for meals (breakfast was included). We didn’t order room service but noticed other customers did. The breakfast was the same everyday we were there. It had boiled eggs, Vienna looking sausage, yogurt, cereal, fruit, bread, juice, tea, and coffee. There is an elevator and group seating on every floor. The only problem is that the open concept of the hotel made sound carry. All the bathrooms vented into the open area and this furthered the carrying of sound. The rooms varied from cramped (rooms by the elevator) to spacious outer rooms. They will store your luggage if you’re going on the Inca trail. G adventures was our tour group and this hotel is about 3 blocks from their Cusco office/meeting area.…
I stayed in two different rooms either side of a G Adventures trek. Both rooms were perfectly clean and adequately furnished. One was facing the street and the other facing the rear carpark but noise wasn't a problem. Breakfasts were adequate but I wouldn't have an evening meal here - better quality is available nearby. It's a 5 minute walk to the main square with all the shops and eateries you can ever want. Baggage storage is really handy and they let you use it after you've booked out if you have time to kill the day you leave. Wifi was good enough for me and the staff were helpful and friendly.
I've never given a hotel this low of a rating but it was not clean (trash from the prior room occupant was still in the garbage basket), the hot water didn't work in both of the rooms I was given and the staff is pretty rude. Breakfast was terrible. The only reason for two instead of one star is they did offer overnight laundry service and luggage storage.
The Hotel is simple but clean. The breakfast was disappointing as was the service for the majority of the Staff. The Night Manager was a friendly & helpful fellow though. There is a major issue with the hot water in this building. Consistently, we had to run the water 10 - 15 mins to get anything that wasn't cold water. These accommodations were booked by our Tour Group. The Location was the best part as it was extremely walkable and near all the major tourist stops, shopping, etc.
This hotel has a slightly neglected and tired feel to it. I stayed in itwo different rooms during my stay and neither were up to much. Furnishings in both rooms were slightly shabby, with erratic showers. The staff weren't particularly welcoming or friendlly either. Plenty of better options available in Cusco at a lower price.
This hotel was booked as part of the G Adventures 8 day tour. This was probably the most decent hotel we had. Stayed there 3 nights in total. I had a small room on the way to Machu Picchu and a bigger room for the 2 nights on the way back. As both rooms faced the street, it was a bit noisy at night but managed to sleep fine. The shower was working fine, no issues with the water. Loved the patio area, lots of space and the wifi worked better than in the other hotels.
This hotel is a very basic local hotel. We stayed two nights (one on the way to Machu Picchu and the other on the way back) Here are my pros and cons: Pros Walking distance to tourist areas and square Safe in room Super market within one block Nice water pressure and good hot water supply Clean Cons Staff wasn't very accommodating Beds are small and not very comfortable NOISE - One of our rooms was facing the street. We got no sleep at all. The second stay the room was in the back and it was much quieter, however, the maid started cleaning the room next to ours at 6am. Breakfast was very basic. They would make you 1 egg (only one) if you asked but they didn't advertise this so we didn't discover it until after we filled up on rolls and jam. They have cereal but only have warm milk to have with it. They have a sign on the front desk that says Money Exchange but I tried on 3 separate occasions to exchange $20 US and they told me no. After the third time I told them to take their sign down.…
Stayed here before the Inca trail. I was there with Gadventures. Great location, Lot's of stores and restaurants nearby. Easy walk to the Main square. Sound carries in the hotel very easy so earplugs may be necessary for sleep. Groups are always coming and going. I did like my stay at the start of my tour and the end.