When I arrived at the Pisac Inn I realized that I left my passport along with a large amount of cash in the hotel safe where I last stayed in Cusco. Roxanna, the receptionist called on her personal cell phone and helped to confirm that they hotel in Cusco found my stuff. Next the hotel in Cusco said that they would send a driver with it all to me in Pisac. Roxanna helped me to get a driver at half the cost and made sure that the driver would go straight their to Cusoco and come back. After having that in my rear view mirror, the stay at Pisac Inn was extraordinary. Each day Roxanna and her staff were incredibly helpful to assist us and the food was delicious. Especially loved the patio and plants as well as the cozy fireplace in the restaurant!
Situated on a corner of the plaza, Pisac Inn is perfectly located for exploring this charming town. When you feel like relaxing, you can sit in a comfortable chair in front and watch life around the plaza. Kelly will make you feel at home and the restaurant food is delicious. Seems like many people take a day trip to Pisac from Cusco, but we were so glad we were staying at Pisac Inn. We highly recommend it!
We didn't actually stay here. However, we needed assistance during a day trip and the staff here were amazing in helping us out, even though we weren't guests. We also ate a delicious lunch in their gorgeous courtyard. Wish we had spent the night in Pisac just so we could have stayed here!
This is a gem of a place to stay, relax and enjoy. My only regret is that I did not read all the Trip Advisor reviews beforehand. If I had done so I would have gotten even more out of my wonderful stay at the Pisac Inn. Thank you to all who work there.
A cute, small inn right on the main plaza where the market is. The staff were very friendly and helpful, and the food & cocktails in the restaurant were excellent. The inn has a small balcony on the the second floor with a great view of the plaza. Our room was very small (standard triple room), with no view, but clean. And yes, hot water! You can hear noise from the plaza, but it gets quiet at night and is worth the convenience of location in my opinion. Nonetheless, if you are a light sleeper, bring earplugs. I messaged the front desk staff a few weeks prior with a request for a taxi pickup from the airport, and there the driver was at Cusco’s airport, on time with a sign for Pisac Inn, bearing my name.