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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
We checked in late, but staff were attentive and ready to receive me and my family (5 in total). Included buffet breakfast was more than sufficient for us the next morning. Minor finishes lacking...some
power points not working, door on robe broken, same window covering...More
For Peruvian standards, it was more than ok and had good price/quality ratio. Very close to the Station, to the bus to Machu Picchu and gave us a good breakfast box since we had to depart early for Machu Picchu. Staff was very helpful and...More
Good location - just off the Main Street with many dining options available. Staff was friendly and they served a good breakfast. They have a happy hour with free piscos (I hope I spelled that correctly.)
Our room faced the street and was very loud. If you opened the curtains, there were people in an office building directly looking in. Luckily we stayed less than 24 hours, so it wasn't a huge deal, but might be irritating for others staying longer....More
$104 - $153 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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To follow-up to my response from 10min ago, the reason the voltage difference wasn't an issue for charging our phones/laptops without an adapter is because all laptop/phone chargers nowadays are made with a 100V-240V... More
To follow-up to my response from 10min ago, the reason the voltage difference wasn't an issue for charging our phones/laptops without an adapter is because all laptop/phone chargers nowadays are made with a 100V-240V range.So maybe just make sure your charger plugs say that? Hope this helps :)