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This hotel was fantastic, had all what we needed: room with extra oxygen, spacious, very friendly staff. The breakfast had a great variety and very fresh. The food, in general was top quality. The architecture of the hotel is very special, makes you feel the...More
It was fantastic. And not because the property is quaint and authentic, but because the Staff working at this hotel are BRILLIANT.
I’d like to mention two names that stood out during our stay. Solange, Concierge, who did not only provided the best guidance ever,...More
This is a very beautiful, unique luxury hotel, architecturally designed and décor fitted to blend in with Cusco’s historical city centre. It was built on the site of a former 16th century convent, and some of the restored portions of the original building are now...More
Absolutely beautiful property - a former convent which has Inca ruins beneath it. Would recommend the hotel tour (first hotel where we’ve stayed where a tour was in order!). Really enjoyed our stay before and after our Salkantay trek. Nice rooms, friendly staff, great location...More
The reason why this is one of my favorite hotels ever is that the hotel staff are extremely nice and caring. They really go out of their way to make your entire stay as comfortable and memorable as possible. I travel almost weekly and I...More
Steam room and spa is free, they don't have gym, but they have a lot of different treatments/ massages.
Oxygen is included in the 30usd pack with breakfast, 2 pisco sours per day at the, wifi and bottles of water.
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The rooms are just normally conditioned. When we went, one person in our family had a breathing problem so we called down to reception in the middle of the night, and they said they "switched" it on for us. Definitely bring... More
The rooms are just normally conditioned. When we went, one person in our family had a breathing problem so we called down to reception in the middle of the night, and they said they "switched" it on for us. Definitely bring along some medication etc for altitude sickness just in case.