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The noisiest hotel I have ever experienced. Although the hotel was reasonably comfortable and the staff helpful, this hotel specialises in tour groups and school parties. On the 2 occasions we stayed here as part of our tour to Machu Pichu, there were very loud...More
The hotel is basic, but clean. As all hotels in this price range it is no the best isolated one and one can hear the noise of early travelers. But i would go again and recommend to go there. Beds are very comfortable.
Decor is a little outdated but hey, decor isn't really something I fuss over about. Rooms were clean, location was great and never had a problem with the hot water. I stayed here twice. However, WiFi drops out the higher up your room - I...More
Although there is no denying that this hotel looks old-fashioned, it is in a good location, the rooms are clean and tidy, they are a good size, and the showers in the rooms are nice and hot too.
The breakfast is very nice and there...More
An aging hotel that has seen better days. Rooms are tired, but clean. Hot water is unpredictable. Street noise is very evident, so take ear plugs and an eyeshade. Breakfast buffet is included, but very limited. First time I've ever been offered chicken wings &...More
$53 - $108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, minimalist breakfast compared to our experiences at other hotels in South America. Scrambled eggs, sometimes with other ingredients so, yes, you can ask for an omelet or fried eggs unless you're in a hurry. One type... More
Yes, minimalist breakfast compared to our experiences at other hotels in South America. Scrambled eggs, sometimes with other ingredients so, yes, you can ask for an omelet or fried eggs unless you're in a hurry. One type of cheese which we didn't find appealing. Maybe 1 or 2 kinds of fruit. A couple choices of bread and cereal. This hotel is a 20 minute walk from the central square so not particularly convenient to the sights.
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"Ask for a room without a well view, unless you are there during a festival, in which case ask for a bright..."