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We stayed overnight in Waman hotel after our Inca trail . Overall the hotel was comfortable but the rooms could have been more comfortable. There were few curtains missing from the windows and light from the street can be annoying and also the street noise...More
From the outside the Waman hotel looked promising, but as soon as we got into our room I knew that I was going to be disappointed. The noise from building work both inside and out ended all possibility of an afternoon nap after visiting Machu...More
This hotel is situated at the top of the hill in Aguas Calientes so factor the walk in when you arrive at this location at high altitude 😀. However on the plus side the hotel sent a person to meet us at the train station...More
We stayed here the night before going to Machu Picchu. We had the "family room" which had 2 double beds and a twin (sleeps 4). The room was much larger than we had anticipated. It was clean but very basic. Only 3 beds and 2...More
Great location, awesome breakfast included with stay and very clean accommodations. The bathroom in particular was very big and nice. Beds were comfortable. The one negative is that the walls are a bit thin so you can hear your neighbors. That said, if you are...More
$103 - $152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Nope. Any guide book will help you understand Machu Picchu. You will need to buy a bus ticket and ride up the mountain, but do it when you are ready to go. If you want a guide, there are lots at the entrance, but if you... More
Nope. Any guide book will help you understand Machu Picchu. You will need to buy a bus ticket and ride up the mountain, but do it when you are ready to go. If you want a guide, there are lots at the entrance, but if you have a book, you don't need a guide. Plan on at least 3 hours, and NO FOOD allowed inside, and none is sold inside. When you leave you can buy food. It is strenuous, but worth it!
As stated above for a fellow travelers, Peru has a 220 volts and most of the outlets are two pins flat blades plugs. charging phones is very slow as well as video cameras. When I was in Peru I left my phones and video camera... More
As stated above for a fellow travelers, Peru has a 220 volts and most of the outlets are two pins flat blades plugs. charging phones is very slow as well as video cameras. When I was in Peru I left my phones and video camera charging the entire night plus a back up charger.
Also any hotel has a charger to borrow, just ask.