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Samay Wasi Youth Hostel 2

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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed March 24, 2014

I stayed in dorm 6 (upstairs). The room is lovely and light, has excellent hot water and is clean. San Blas is a nice historic area too with the a 10 minute walk down to plaza de armas and a 15 minute walk back up.

Thank sulphurduck
Harare, Zimbabwe
Reviewed March 19, 2014 via mobile

We stayed there in January first, and we liked it so much we made it our base and stayed there 4 different times during our 6 week trip. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the showers are always hot (unlike most places in Peru). The breakfast is simple and the same as most in Peru (unless you're lucky) -...

Thank YayaUK
Cusco, Peru
Reviewed March 27, 2013

We spent 6 days here before we went off to do the inca trail and it was like home. The staff are the most helpful and friendly, extremely safe and clean. It has amazing views and slightly out of the main hub which was perfect for us. We could not have been more pleased

Thank Rajena G
Reviewed May 6, 2012

After one night at crappy El Tuco, we found the wonderful Tika Wasi, but we had to move from thehotel after 3 nights, since they were fully booked for our last 2 nights. The Tika Wasi staff recommended this neighbouring hotel, and at first we were disappointed with moving from there. BUT... Samay II turned to be a really good...

1Thank varoojan13
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed February 1, 2012

After the Inca Trail we moved to Samay Wasi 2. See my review of SW1 for details and opinion on that hostel. Coming to Samay Wasi 2 was like a dream! We got the room above the reception (Star room). It was extremely spacious, had an extraordinary view, was very clean, had a very nice bed with good pillows, it...

1Thank Mathieu P
Reviewed January 6, 2012

We stayed for the before and after our 4 day trek to Macchu Picchu. The first 2 nights were in the front room, really close to the street and front door. It was a huge room with its own bathroom, but the door bell contantly ringing and the noise of the street was a bit annoying. We asked if we...

Thank Leanna T
Reviewed November 9, 2011

Throughout my stay in Peru, in the various cities, I always opted for private rooms with ensuite, as they were a better option than the dorms and were affordable. Samay Wasi was the first hostel where I was more than happy to bunk down in a dorm. The rooms were clean, the beds comfortable and warm, and the staff were...

Thank evianh2o
Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed October 6, 2011

We spent 2 nights in a private room with bathroom and 3 others nights with shared bathroom. Both rooms were clean and comfortable. A big plus is the kitchen (spacious and clean) and the “living room” which makes you feels at home with sofas, PC, books and TV with DVD. Always free coffee and tee. The stuff is helpful and...

Thank Alcatose
Mancora, Peru
Reviewed September 20, 2011

We stayed for six nights in Samay Wasi 2 and we liked this hostel. When we had a trip we could place our luggage in the luggage storage, breakfast was ok, the staff was overall very friendly and helpfull and with our hola hostel membership we got a 10% discount. The hostel is clean and we really liked the good,...

Thank Vinciendo
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed August 1, 2011

We stayed here for a few nights before and after the inca trail. It was clean and quiet, but the location can be hard to get to. It is a 10 minute uphill walk from the main part of town and taxis and buses won´t go as the streets are too narrow. The free internet was good. The free breakfast...

1Thank RosineB
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Additional Information about Samay Wasi Youth Hostel 2

Address: Calle Siete Angelitos 675 | San Blas, Cusco, Peru
Location: Peru > Cusco Region > Cusco
Number of rooms: 10
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“Get the room above the reception (star room) if you can.”
 of 5 bubbles MathieuP383, Feb 1, 2012 | Read review
“ask for a room out the back, and dont get upset if there is no hot water, just ask nicely for it to be turned on and appreciate their efforts to conserve.”
 of 5 bubbles LeannaT, Jan 6, 2012 | Read review
“Ask for room #9 or the upstairs room.”
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